Rod’s fantastic train layout

I got this in, from Rod.

Unfortunately, he hasn’t written much about it – but the video speaks for itself!

“Check out my new layout



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17 Responses to Rod’s fantastic train layout

  1. mile says:

    this railway model ive been working on for some time and im till not finished.

  2. Paul Johnston (Ireland) says:

    Just totally mega, very well done, & I love the Mountain’s, very realistic,

  3. Paco Gayon says:

    Fantastic, congratulations.

  4. Bob says:

    Rod, the only suggestion I would make would be to reduce the brightness of the signals. They shine across the tracks as if they were street lamps. You have done a great job and I know you will enjoy operating it…..Regards

  5. brad says:

    should i shim the my n guage track so it is towards the inside of my layout on curves ,Also i have an o guage layout and wnat to put it in the garden outside I will bring it in during the winter any ideas on this

  6. truckman1999 says:

    Well Rod your the master,looks like i’m going back tothe drawing board.

  7. Sheila says:

    Great videography! Wonderful action. Well done layout.

  8. Austin Wilson says:

    Awesome layout, funny, I have the same DCC engines and the old steam engine as well on my layout. Thanks for sharing the video.

  9. Roland says:

    Great start, I cannot wait to see each stage of completion.

  10. Perry says:

    Nicely done. Glad to see tht I’m not the only one to mix North American and UK

  11. farmer71rr says:

    really great, thanks

  12. paul Otway says:

    The sound is awesome! All you need is smoke and steam.

  13. Emory says:

    As soon as we move into the new place. i’ll be back up and running.

  14. Stuart P says:

    Absolutly love the sound effects of the trains, and the lighting system is superb, this will be really great when it’s finished, great to see, thanks

    Stuart P

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  16. Norman Backman says:

    I can see the layout is in its very early stages, but gasped when I saw the train- late on- pass over a huge rail gap right in front of the camera!! Also spotted many other large gaps. None the less well done so far. Good basic scenery. Great video and sounds, how about a bit of commentary next time when you update us. Look forward to it.

  17. Marc F Povondra says:

    Thanks for the great ideas. I’m moving into a new housen and will have a room all to myself. Now I can have a great lay out similar to yours and still have room for for my office/man cave.

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