Stoney Creek Southern Railroad in On30
Visit WWII-era northeastern Tennessee on Lee Bishop’s Stoney Creek Southern Railroad. The freelanced layout is based on a mythical version of history and has ties to the area’s history. It runs East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad motive power, hauling commuters from Elizabethton to Buladeen and supplying various goods to the towns of Winner, Hunter, and Sadie. Lee is a history buff and enjoys mixing his love of history with his love of modeling, adding many historically appropriate details on the small narrow gauge layout. Lee runs 4-6-0 Baldwins on the layout, which is based in 1943.
Camas Prairie Railroad in HO
The Camas Prairie Railroad operated in northern Idaho and was jointly owned by the Union Pacific and Northern Pacific Railroads. This freelanced version of it was built in HO scale by the Lewis-Clark Model Railroad Club of Lewiston, Idaho. The layout is loosely based from the 1950s to the 1970s and runs a variety of steam and diesel power. Diesel fans will get to see a few newer locomotives that we ran during our visit, as the club is not strict about the era. The layout’s hub is in Lewiston, Idaho, and the line runs east through Cottonwood and up into the Craig Mountains.
Upgrade and Weather a Bulkhead Flatcar
We share a project associated with the January 2018 issue of our digital magazine in this movie, which is upgrading and weathering a bulkhead flatcar. We add wooden “boards” over the plastic, molded boards on a flatcar and weather the car to make it worthy of showing off on any layout. This is an easy project that any modeler should be able to complete.
The movie contains video of both layouts along with a narrated story. Blu-ray + DVD orders will processed and shipped out within 10 days of ordering. All US orders include free shipping. International orders will be subject to shipping costs. Our DVD and Blu-rays are region free and are in NTSC format.