Another Christmas model railroad

And there was me thinking there was a shortage of Christmas Cheer.

Jeremy sent this after my grumble yesterday:

“Hello, been a subscriber for a while now. This is my very modest, very beginner Christmas railway. Thanks for the great tips and tricks!” – Jeremy

Thanks to Jeremy.

Have a wonderful Christmas everyone.

Best

Al

Not even tempted a little bit?

10 Responses to Another Christmas model railroad

  1. Finally, a three-rail setup, even though it’s FasTrack! So what if Jeremy’s a beginner? It’s a nice Christmas scene.
    That three-rail stuff is crazy-expensive, so he’s obviously committed. It’s the perfect size for youngsters with tiny fingers, and us old pensioners too with questionable eyesight.
    Also nice to see Alastair isn’t discriminating against three-rail ‘O’ gauge, with his usual emphasis on HO, N and Z.
    Hang in there, Jeremy, there’s a few of us ‘O’ and O27 guys around. Great video, too short.

  2. What a cheering layout ! Cheers one up no end in these dismal days. Well done sir !

    Dennis

  3. Lionel– simply the best.

  4. Well done Jeremy,

  5. great layout keep it up hope mine will look like this one day some grat hints thanks

  6. Very good considering it is 3 rail tinplate

  7. Reminds me of Christmas in Chicago many years ago when my dad would set up the old Lionel train set on mom’s dinning room table. My brother and I were always so excited to see the trains run and the various lights on the layout. We ate in the kitchen during the holidays back then – a sacrifice we never complained about.

  8. Nice;reminds me of Christmas when I was a kid. In the fifties. Thank you for sharing with us.

  9. SUPERB JEREMY. BEEN A BIT HARD GETTING INTO THE SPIRIT THIS YEAR, THIS WAS WELCOME. FATHER AND I PUT A LAYOUT UP MANY YEARS BEFORE HIS PASSING. I REMEMBER SAYING THE SAME WORDS I HEARD HERE…COME ON DADDY…REMINDS ME OF THE GOOD DAYS GONE BYE…KEEP IT UP…

  10. Thanks for the comments. Very much a beginner and this is just a temporary setup. A more permanent build will happen in the years to come. There’s two O gauge trains there, a Santa Fe and a Pennsylvania. Don’t have enough track yet to have them both running. The kids love it and of course I do too.

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