Take a spectacular video tour of Railroads On Parade. This amazing 5000 square-foot model railroad extravaganza, in scenic Pottersville, New York, is housed in a handsome reproduction of an art deco train station. It features more than fifty electronically controlled trains operating on five separate exhibits.
Lionel and American Flyer - two names that are riveted in the memories of anyone who grew up in the late 40s and 50s. TM's new DVD takes you back to those happy times right after WWII when toy trains topped every kid's wish list.
TM's DVD covers both Lionel's new FasTrack and Lionel's traditional O-gauge track. Everything you need to know - from building the table, wiring the track, installing accessories, installing a block system, through creating the mountain - is covered in easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions.
These are not your daddy's layouts. These are layouts where everything is in scale - the trains, buildings, people, scenery, everything - except the track. It's a little higher than it should be. That's why they're called "Hi-Rail" layouts.
Brothers Armando and Dan Vargas created two magnificent Hi-Rail layouts. Highlights include a six-foot tall replica of El Capitan in Yosemite, scratch-built models of Grauman's Chinese Theater, Capitol Records and the most detailed model of Grand Central Terminal you'll ever see.
Exquisite scale scenery, museum quality structures, some weathered so expertly you will think we shot in real-life. And when you see the scale trains beautifully filmed against the finely detailed backgrounds, you will be sure we shot in real life.