Here's a neat video from Joey Ricard on the basics of model railroad photography. Joey and I both share a similar philosophy -- you don't need fancy, expensive gear to get great photos of your model railroad.
I just received a link to a neat documentary video about the Maine 2 Footers and their history at Edaville. You can find it on the Videos menu, or click the thumbnail to view the video.
Here's a great video from Joey Ricard at Trackside Scenery about making weeds and vines. If you haven't already, you need to subscribe to his Youtube channel!
[embedplusvideo height="265" width="474" editlink="http://bit.ly/MhbNY8" standard="http://www.youtube.com/v/8-K7i5cRYJ4?fs=1" vars="ytid=8-K7i5cRYJ4&width=474&height=265&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=" id="ep4653" /] Today, I converted C&S Forney #6 to dead rail operation using a Deltang Rx60-1 receiver. I completely removed the Bachmann electronics to make room for a two-cell LiPo pack and other required electronics. The receiver itself is about 10mm X 15mm X 2mm, but the batteries, charge … Continue reading C&S Forney #6 Is Now Dead Rail!