My brother Doug's 2-rail O-scale layout.  Mainly, LV, CNJ, and Lehigh, Hudson River.

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Great railroads to model!  RDG, CNJ, LV, LNE, L&HR are among the best of the best.  I know people tend to gravitate towards their regional railroads, but this was my region; growing up at a time when these and other local roads put on an unforgettable daily show.

Nice.  This is in Miami?  What part of the house is the train room?  Kind of looks like a basement but if it's South Florida I would say I'm probably wrong about that.

CNJ #1601 posted:

Echoing the posts by Walter & NECRAILS above, please share more videos and photos!

Will shoot a few more vids out. 

Very, very nice.  Love the CNJ train especially.  A little out of the CNJ era I model, but still wonderful to see.  How large is the layout? 

rail posted:

Well done! Is that a representation of Bethlehem Steel? 

 

Yes it is, still a work in progress.

Very nice layabout and weathering. Lucky guy. I couldn’t get my wife to agree on giving up the garage, so all I have is one room up  here in Broward.  

Most of the Vids I have a too large to attach.  Here's a shorty including a pair of MTH Trainmaster's that I custom painted.

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LV_DPR posted:

Most of the Vids I have a too large to attach.  Here's a shorty including a pair of MTH Trainmaster's that I custom painted.

You can upload longer videos to youtube, or similar sites, and post the link.

VERY cool!!  Bethlehem Steel, Jim Thorpe, Anthracite Roads, 2-Rail  … this is the big layout I always wanted, but will never have.

Kudos to the builders of this layout. I would like to learn more details about it.

(I'm getting two CNJ GPs from 3rd Rail, to go with my large fleet of Atlas CNJ and Lackawanna hoppers. I would so love to run it on your brother's layout. Seriously. lol)

Jim

Ted S posted:

The only thing that would make this better, is to have Mike Bednar narrate it ;-)

Nothing funnier than hearing Mike on the LNE Catty video talking about the crew stopping for lunch “at a little hotel called Hunky Pete’s - they made good holupkies and pierogies”

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Ted S posted:

The only thing that would make this better, is to have Mike Bednar narrate it ;-)

Heard a many a one of his narrations! When he speaks there is no doubt who it is!

Simon

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