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Excellent.
I wondered if people are aware of this cable based, but also available on the net, American show...

'The Train Show' with Rich Einhorn - "All Aboard!" Makes me smile as a 'Brit.' But seriously it covers loads of different aspects of railway modelling in all sorts of scales in 1/2 hour programmes - free!

Take a look...

http://www.thetrainshow.com/

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Jules
 

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See I am good for some things!

Rich is great and I know what you mean about being into lego...or "lay-goh" as it is pronounced. Just being quirky!

Has anyone got to the tornado model yet as I thought that was just sheer over the top brilliance!!

I also enjoyed the 'instant' layout that Rich did with an oval and siding, a few 'rocks' and some scatter!!! It even prompted reaction from the boss - "well I don't reckon much of that!"

The huge 'Live' steam episode is also good, especially the bit about track repairs! I'll never complain about fishplates again.

The New York show was also interesting. Country walks collecting pine cones with the kids will take on a whole new meaning!

..oh and yes. I've seen them all at least once! And no, I don't get out much!

Take care all
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Just a thought...

After just watching the 'Lay-goh' episode with the enormous and very impressive layout, and reading the posts above, I have come to a conclusion -

Am I the only one that thinks this show needs it's own section of forum for posting comments etc. as I don't know of anything comparable over the net that relates to our brilliant hobby?

I am completely blown away by the construction of the models as complete one off's in Lego (no more sarcasm, now!) and apparantly these poor people can't even buy the bricks in bulk on their own - they have to buy multitudes of kits! How tough is that!? And we think Bachmann, Graham Farish etc don't listen to us!!

If you haven't seen this episode - then don't smile quietly at the thought of Lego until you have!

Find the episode here...
http://www.circlerstudios.com/videos/tts_rfd22.wmv

Best Wishes,
Jules
 
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