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    Modeler and DCC expert Steve Barkley uses a piece of test track as a programming track for programming his locomotives. He has two wires soldered to the two rails and connects the two wires to the programming output on the command station. The first wire is connected and screwed down to the connector, and he

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    Josh Clark has a quick video on cleaning locomotive wheels. If you notice your locomotives and trains aren’t running the smoothest you could try cleaning the track. He also recommends cleaning locomotive wheels on occasion. This could be every once in awhile depending on how often they are run. His method is quick an easy,

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    Learn how to create highly detailed and realistic deciduous trees specifically for the foreground of your layout with Model Railroad Academy Editor Ron Marsh on Friday, November 16th at 11 AM CT. In the last MRA GOLD LIVE, Ron discussed various materials that can be used to make both pine and deciduous tree models for

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    Lous Sassi’s Western Hoosic Division model railroad runs between Adam’s, Massachusetts and Bennington, Vermont and is based in the 1950’s. It’s an imaginary mine Lou invented that is operated by the Austin and Maine with an interchange for the runner. The HO layout has some of the best scenery anyone will see anywhere. Lou and

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  • 2:34

    Modeler and DCC expert Steve Barkley uses a piece of test track as a programming track for programming his locomotives. He has two wires soldered to the two rails and connects the two wires to the programming output on the command station. The first wire is connected and screwed down to the connector, and he

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  • 2:46

    Josh Clark has a quick video on cleaning locomotive wheels. If you notice your locomotives and trains aren’t running the smoothest you could try cleaning the track. He also recommends cleaning locomotive wheels on occasion. This could be every once in awhile depending on how often they are run. His method is quick an easy,

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    Learn how to create highly detailed and realistic deciduous trees specifically for the foreground of your layout with Model Railroad Academy Editor Ron Marsh on Friday, November 16th at 11 AM CT. In the last MRA GOLD LIVE, Ron discussed various materials that can be used to make both pine and deciduous tree models for

    Read more »

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  • 2:03

    Lous Sassi’s Western Hoosic Division model railroad runs between Adam’s, Massachusetts and Bennington, Vermont and is based in the 1950’s. It’s an imaginary mine Lou invented that is operated by the Austin and Maine with an interchange for the runner. The HO layout has some of the best scenery anyone will see anywhere. Lou and

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  • 2:34

    Modeler and DCC expert Steve Barkley uses a piece of test track as a programming track for programming his locomotives. He has two wires soldered to the two rails and connects the two wires to the programming output on the command station. The first wire is connected and screwed down to the connector, and he

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 2:46

    Josh Clark has a quick video on cleaning locomotive wheels. If you notice your locomotives and trains aren’t running the smoothest you could try cleaning the track. He also recommends cleaning locomotive wheels on occasion. This could be every once in awhile depending on how often they are run. His method is quick an easy,

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
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    Learn how to create highly detailed and realistic deciduous trees specifically for the foreground of your layout with Model Railroad Academy Editor Ron Marsh on Friday, November 16th at 11 AM CT. In the last MRA GOLD LIVE, Ron discussed various materials that can be used to make both pine and deciduous tree models for

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 2:03

    Lous Sassi’s Western Hoosic Division model railroad runs between Adam’s, Massachusetts and Bennington, Vermont and is based in the 1950’s. It’s an imaginary mine Lou invented that is operated by the Austin and Maine with an interchange for the runner. The HO layout has some of the best scenery anyone will see anywhere. Lou and

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  • 2:34

    Modeler and DCC expert Steve Barkley uses a piece of test track as a programming track for programming his locomotives. He has two wires soldered to the two rails and connects the two wires to the programming output on the command station. The first wire is connected and screwed down to the connector, and he

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 2:46

    Josh Clark has a quick video on cleaning locomotive wheels. If you notice your locomotives and trains aren’t running the smoothest you could try cleaning the track. He also recommends cleaning locomotive wheels on occasion. This could be every once in awhile depending on how often they are run. His method is quick an easy,

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 0:00

    Learn how to create highly detailed and realistic deciduous trees specifically for the foreground of your layout with Model Railroad Academy Editor Ron Marsh on Friday, November 16th at 11 AM CT. In the last MRA GOLD LIVE, Ron discussed various materials that can be used to make both pine and deciduous tree models for

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 2:03

    Lous Sassi’s Western Hoosic Division model railroad runs between Adam’s, Massachusetts and Bennington, Vermont and is based in the 1950’s. It’s an imaginary mine Lou invented that is operated by the Austin and Maine with an interchange for the runner. The HO layout has some of the best scenery anyone will see anywhere. Lou and

    Read more »

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