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Tom Barbalet hosts the first live internet radio show devoted to the model rail hobby

Model Rail Radio Tom Barbalet

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Tom Barbalet hosts the first live internet radio show devoted to the model rail hobby

    Model Rail Radio #187: Schooled! [August 1, 2020]

    Model Rail Radio #187: Schooled! [August 1, 2020]

    Joe Collins introduces his model railroading interests in south New Jersey. Dave Falkenburg is working on a new kind of camera car for remote layout operations. Jeff Shockley provides a Delmarva update - thankfully the club has good savings for the new normal. Roger Chrysler has been introducing the hobby to his grandson and has discovered specialist YouTube content relating to JMRI and signaling. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#187

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    Model Rail Radio #186: Rapid Digression [July 25, 2020]

    Model Rail Radio #186: Rapid Digression [July 25, 2020]

    Martin Coombs provides the new normal in England. Tom asks about the scale of a structure that Martin is building and Tom knows. Gordy Robinson talks very candidly about some of the problems he's encountered with NMRAx and sadly this is mainly non-technical in nature. What's in the future for Gordy? Lawrence Eggering has picked up a couple of new clients and has been working on weathering projects. Mike O'Dorney is being buzzed which digresses into a discussion of WW2 aircraft and YouTube channels Tom and Mike both enjoy. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#186

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    Model Rail Radio #185: Larry is Still in the Building [July 18, 2020]

    Model Rail Radio #185: Larry is Still in the Building [July 18, 2020]

    Ralph DeBlasi's new normal is distinctly different due to an extension of tax season. Ralph's Horizon Modules have fixed his workspace. Lawrence Eggering is still very much alive and he's been working on some new installations. Tom enjoyed seeing Neil Erickson's hobby space through NMRAx. Philip Taylor is essential so his new normal hasn't changed however he's now exploring what can be done for his NRMA region. Philip and Tom talk about NMRAx. Jim Gifford has returned home after six month exclusion. He outlines what can be recovered. Seth Gartner has been working outside but has missed out on the basement recently. Tom asks what features make a memorable scene for Seth and they discuss the many modeling forms of corn. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#185

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    Model Rail Radio #184: Top Brass [July 11, 2020]

    Model Rail Radio #184: Top Brass [July 11, 2020]

    Mike Slater has been working on old projects that he's been finally fixing for friends. Mike talks brass in his collection. Tom wants to know more about virtual Trainfest. What will change in Clark Kooning's presentation through the new normal video clinics. Tom asks about how to provide more joy in the virtual experience in the hobby. Chris Adams was part of the 24-hour NRMAx. What would a layout tour in a box look like? What technical equipment is needed for a layout tour to be filmed? They discuss the social aspect of the hobby and how to maintain it through the new normal. Chris identifies what the new normal has meant for him. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#184

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    Model Rail Radio #183: In Support of Soldering [June 27, 2020]

    Model Rail Radio #183: In Support of Soldering [June 27, 2020]

    Hunter Hughson introduces his interests in the Penn Central and his paper manufacturing modeling. He talks about the movement into a high quality home layout. Simon Hill has been working on a gantry crane and talks about exploring painting and weathering with the assistance of Martin Coombs. Simon and Tom explore soldering as a must-have skill. Martin seconds the discussion on soldering. What's been going on with Martin's garden layout? Ralph Watson has retired, moved and joined some local clubs including a model train club based in a mall. Roger Chrysler has some feedback on virtual clinics. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#183

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    Model Rail Radio #182: Virtual Joy [June 13, 2020]

    Model Rail Radio #182: Virtual Joy [June 13, 2020]

    Lawrence Eggering has been working on a grade crossing with Arduino sensors. Tom asks Lawrence about working on the same layout for twenty four years. Lawrence provides some new information about the origin of his layout. Tom talks about his experience observing a quilting event of his wife's in contrast to the model rail remote events. Mike Slater announces the reposition of Trainfest to a virtual event for this year at least. Clark Kooning has some thoughts on the future of clinics. http://www.modelrailradio.com/archive.html#182

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