Encontre seu próximo podcast favorito

Torne'se membro hoje e leia gratuitamente por 30 dias.
Model Rail Radio #129: Forty Pounds of Static Grass [February 4, 2017]: Neale Brodie introduces his model rail interests. Martin Coombs and Ken Jackson provide a description of the layout Neale DDC-ized. Ken provides a series of updates including an extension to his full-sized narrow gauge layout. Martin has been keeping the kids interested with live steam and railway modeling. Simon Hill is planning a cement works of a trans-Atlantic proportions. Ralph Watson bought his friend's train and borrowed a piece of a friend's layout. Ben Rechel provides an update with some discussion added by Mike Slater. Dave Barraza went to Springfield and the burden is on his shoulders. Bill Lawson introduces his model railroading hobby with a great discussion about a line once owned by Henry Ford with some footnotes from Mike Slater and Matt Goodman. Matt Goodman has a timeframe and Mike Deverell can give some advice. Mike Deverell has been finishing more and more of his layout. Stuart Baker welcomes on

Model Rail Radio #129: Forty Pounds of Static Grass [February 4, 2017]: Neale Brodie introduces his model rail interests. Martin Coombs and Ken Jackson provide a description of the layout Neale DDC-ized. Ken provides a series of updates including an extension to his full-sized narrow gauge layout. Martin has been keeping the kids interested with live steam and railway modeling. Simon Hill is planning a cement works of a trans-Atlantic proportions. Ralph Watson bought his friend's train and borrowed a piece of a friend's layout. Ben Rechel provides an update with some discussion added by Mike Slater. Dave Barraza went to Springfield and the burden is on his shoulders. Bill Lawson introduces his model railroading hobby with a great discussion about a line once owned by Henry Ford with some footnotes from Mike Slater and Matt Goodman. Matt Goodman has a timeframe and Mike Deverell can give some advice. Mike Deverell has been finishing more and more of his layout. Stuart Baker welcomes on

A partir deModel Rail Radio


Model Rail Radio #129: Forty Pounds of Static Grass [February 4, 2017]: Neale Brodie introduces his model rail interests. Martin Coombs and Ken Jackson provide a description of the layout Neale DDC-ized. Ken provides a series of updates including an extension to his full-sized narrow gauge layout. Martin has been keeping the kids interested with live steam and railway modeling. Simon Hill is planning a cement works of a trans-Atlantic proportions. Ralph Watson bought his friend's train and borrowed a piece of a friend's layout. Ben Rechel provides an update with some discussion added by Mike Slater. Dave Barraza went to Springfield and the burden is on his shoulders. Bill Lawson introduces his model railroading hobby with a great discussion about a line once owned by Henry Ford with some footnotes from Mike Slater and Matt Goodman. Matt Goodman has a timeframe and Mike Deverell can give some advice. Mike Deverell has been finishing more and more of his layout. Stuart Baker welcomes on

A partir deModel Rail Radio

avaliações:
Comprimento:
139 minutos
Lançado em:
Feb 4, 2017
Formato:
Episódio de podcast

Descrição

Neale Brodie introduces his model rail interests. Martin Coombs and Ken Jackson provide a description of the layout Neale DDC-ized. Ken provides a series of updates including an extension to his full-sized narrow gauge layout. Martin has been keeping the kids interested with live steam and railway modeling. Simon Hill is planning a cement works of a trans-Atlantic proportions. Ralph Watson bought his friend's train and borrowed a piece of a friend's layout. Ben Rechel provides an update with some discussion added by Mike Slater. Dave Barraza went to Springfield and the burden is on his shoulders. Bill Lawson introduces his model railroading hobby with a great discussion about a line once owned by Henry Ford with some footnotes from Mike Slater and Matt Goodman. Matt Goodman has a timeframe and Mike Deverell can give some advice. Mike Deverell has been finishing more and more of his layout. Stuart Baker welcomes on Balazs Racz to provide an update on OpenLCB/LCC including load testing on Anthony Park's layout close to Tom. David Rees beat the industry for Christmas, talks about consisting and a few additional features. Paul Best has been going through a design phase over five levels. Ralph Renzetti has been dabbling in a post apocalyptic prototype very near and dear to Tom. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#129
Lançado em:
Feb 4, 2017
Formato:
Episódio de podcast