Please leave feedback! This is the next installment of the series. In this “episode”, I talk about paint removal and other modifications. I also talk about the different phases of f40s. Which do you want to see me make, 229 or 406? Or both? Thanks for watching!
Using the rusty rail painter
Next video will be up either tonight or tomorrow. Ebay listings: BNSF DASH9 UP B40-8 Caltrain F40PH
Using just spray paint and a track cleaner I will show you how to weather your track track in just a few minutes.
Quick video on how I make my CSX engine cabs white instead of painting them.
Painting the trackwork on my CNJ Bronx Terminal HO scale model railroad – note the use of protective equipment 🙂
Finally have all the track painted and weathered. This video shows the results and some details on how it was done. We also answer two good viewer comment questions. Enjoy!
Joe’s Model Trains Co. has developed a mini paint roller specifically designed to paint model railroad track. It comes in two sizes…one for Z / N / HO scales and one for larger track like O / S scales. Each size is adjustable and includes rollers and extra disks to easily paint all sizes of rail.
Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 12 As in title , a tour of the layout , and a running session ,, with a visitor again also on http://modelrailwaylayout…
Model Scenery Made Easy Excerpt from Woodland Scenics “Model Scenery Made Easy” DVD – demonstration on how to apply ballast to your track and create gravel roads. Learn more at
Bill Heiden’s Milwaukee Road Railroad See a preview of Bill Heiden’s Milwaukee Road model railroad – one of the layouts on tour at the NMRA National convention in Grand Rapids the end of July. Bill’s layout is one of the Grand Rails layouts that has a video in the July issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Bachmann Commander HO DCC Model Railroader Senior Editor Dana Kawala shows how to set up, wire, and operate this model train set from Bachmann. It features Bachmann EZ track, an EZ Command DCC system, two HO scale locomotives with DCC decoders, and a three-car Santa Fe freight train. Watch more model railroad videos at