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Model Rail Radio #77: Delicious BBQ [July 20, 2013]: Terry Gaskin introduces his interests in three-rail O scale. Mike Slater chimes in on some traction midwest O scale and he's been depot measuring with the Rindt family. Ralph DeBlasi has been visited by model rail riffraff royalty. Dave Falkenburg introduces a regional NMRA show in San Francisco (now confirmed Janet Pomeroy Center, September 22). James Rindt lays down the law on modern children - they aren't dumb and they can be amazing model railroaders - and also what it takes to make a kit. Fritz Milhaupt talks about Grand Rapids' rail history in a layout he's planning. Marty and Bruce Wilson rap about World War One model railroading. Tom gives Marty a few methods of how to avoid being filmed. Jim Gifford provides a long anticipated update on the South Australian crew. Lawrence Eggering has some important information for people looking to add some new sound to old noisy locos. Hoffy provides an update. (Editorial note: I recommend

Model Rail Radio #77: Delicious BBQ [July 20, 2013]: Terry Gaskin introduces his interests in three-rail O scale. Mike Slater chimes in on some traction midwest O scale and he's been depot measuring with the Rindt family. Ralph DeBlasi has been visited by model rail riffraff royalty. Dave Falkenburg introduces a regional NMRA show in San Francisco (now confirmed Janet Pomeroy Center, September 22). James Rindt lays down the law on modern children - they aren't dumb and they can be amazing model railroaders - and also what it takes to make a kit. Fritz Milhaupt talks about Grand Rapids' rail history in a layout he's planning. Marty and Bruce Wilson rap about World War One model railroading. Tom gives Marty a few methods of how to avoid being filmed. Jim Gifford provides a long anticipated update on the South Australian crew. Lawrence Eggering has some important information for people looking to add some new sound to old noisy locos. Hoffy provides an update. (Editorial note: I recommend

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Model Rail Radio #77: Delicious BBQ [July 20, 2013]: Terry Gaskin introduces his interests in three-rail O scale. Mike Slater chimes in on some traction midwest O scale and he's been depot measuring with the Rindt family. Ralph DeBlasi has been visited by model rail riffraff royalty. Dave Falkenburg introduces a regional NMRA show in San Francisco (now confirmed Janet Pomeroy Center, September 22). James Rindt lays down the law on modern children - they aren't dumb and they can be amazing model railroaders - and also what it takes to make a kit. Fritz Milhaupt talks about Grand Rapids' rail history in a layout he's planning. Marty and Bruce Wilson rap about World War One model railroading. Tom gives Marty a few methods of how to avoid being filmed. Jim Gifford provides a long anticipated update on the South Australian crew. Lawrence Eggering has some important information for people looking to add some new sound to old noisy locos. Hoffy provides an update. (Editorial note: I recommend

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283 minutes
Released:
Jul 27, 2013
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Terry Gaskin introduces his interests in three-rail O scale. Mike Slater chimes in on some traction midwest O scale and he's been depot measuring with the Rindt family. Ralph DeBlasi has been visited by model rail riffraff royalty. Dave Falkenburg introduces a regional NMRA show in San Francisco (now confirmed Janet Pomeroy Center, September 22). James Rindt lays down the law on modern children - they aren't dumb and they can be amazing model railroaders - and also what it takes to make a kit. Fritz Milhaupt talks about Grand Rapids' rail history in a layout he's planning. Marty and Bruce Wilson rap about World War One model railroading. Tom gives Marty a few methods of how to avoid being filmed. Jim Gifford provides a long anticipated update on the South Australian crew. Lawrence Eggering has some important information for people looking to add some new sound to old noisy locos. Hoffy provides an update. (Editorial note: I recommend you check out Hoffy's layout web cams. You may catch Hoffy working on his layout.) Chip Anderson gives an update on his club's recent shows: the highs and the lows. Peter Stempel has been to Korea and he wants to build a contest shelf layout (these two things may not be directly connected). Toni Ryan has been visiting a clam train from the 1880s. This is a live internet radio show recorded at 4.30pm Pacific on Saturday every-other-week. For more information, http://www.modelrailradio.com/
Released:
Jul 27, 2013
Format:
Podcast Episode