These well-researched shows will feature some of the hobby's best-known names, along with the hard workers and innovators who keep the exciting hobby of model railroading moving ahead. Your hosts have extensive news media experience, more than 80 years combined experience in the hobby across a variety of scales and gauges, and have been published in major model railroad publications. Created By: Trevor Marshall Copyright (c) 2011 by Jim Martin and Trevor Mashall Produced By: The Model Railway Show team
The Model Railway Show 0052 - April 01, 2013
Episode 52, featuring Robert Simmons and Lance Mindheim.
The Model Railway Show 0051 - March 15, 2013
Episode 51, featuring Scott Perry and Lynn Mitchell.
The Model Railway Show 0050 - February 15, 2013
Episode 50, featuring Joel Priest and Greg Amer.
The Model Railway Show 0049 - February 01, 2013
Episode 49, featuring Dave Frary and Gordon Gravett.
The Model Railway Show 0048 - January 15, 2013
Episode 48, featuring Andy Reichert and Brooks Stover.
The Model Railway Show 0047 - January 01, 2013
Episode 47, featuring James McNab and Brooks Stover.
I came to this party a little late
... just before they stopped recording, in fact. But I liked what I heard enough to go back and listen to every show they'd ever done. I completely understand wanting to do other things, but I'm selfishly sorry they're not still going. VERY well produced, and none of the "let's blather while we wait for somebody to dial in" that's too common in hobby podcasts.
I eagerly await each new episode every two weeks. If I had any complaint at all, it would be that the shows are too short and too far between! Lots of inspiring content that has gotten me back to the workbench. Also very well recorded and produced so the show simply sounds great.
In a time in which the philosophy of good enough has infected virtually every aspect of our hobby, and with technology that allows, indeed encourages everyone to "publish", whether they have anything to say or not, this show is a breath of fresh air. I've listened to the rambling bull session style of podcast and found it wanting in the extreme. The professionalism and concern for the craft of podcasting shines through in these shows like a ray of sunshine through the clouds.