In our latest track car cam video, we take a ride on Luke Lemmens’ HO-scale Soo Line 2nd Subdivision circa 1979. The starting point is just outside Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
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Exploring the Model Railroad Design of Elk Meadow
Continuing our journey along the main line of the C&S Railway, we head north up the Elk Mountain Timber Company Railway into the region of the Elk Meadow range, where we pass through some of this model railroad design’s most spectacular scenic features. We’ll travel higher and higher into the Rocky Mountains and traverse such…Watch Now >>
Model Railroad Backdrop Painting Through Stippling
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Using Model Railroad Scenery to Disappear Roads
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Detailed Model Railroad Yard Design at Floresta Junction
At the northwest corner of our expansive model railroad scene we find Floresta Junction, a large staging yard for the C&S and D&RGW railways. In the yards of Floresta, trains travelling both the Colorado & Southern and Denver and Rio Grande Western railways drop shipments and are turned around and reloaded for return journeys, but…Watch Now >>
What fun! I enjoy seeing a work-in-progress. Not afraid to let us see the ceiling and the multiple support systems. And the teaser of ending in the helix-can’t wait for part 2. And great music as well. Thanks, Luke.
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I am curious about what camera you used. The video was great.
Yes. Luke is a great modeler.
The camera is a Sony RM-LVR1.
That was one amazing set up must have taken years to build do you have any information on how big it is.
Is it set up in a shed absolutely fantastic
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Yes. Luke has a beautiful home layout. It’s multi-level and takes up most of his lower level!
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