Model Train Layout Comes Alive

model train set

Model railroaders spend hour after hour making their model train layouts look more realistic. It becomes an obsession… Buildings, locomotives and cars get weathered and then weathered again for that perfect aged look.

There are so many different techniques to weather structures and along your model railroading journey you will continue to learn new and improved techniques.

Adding rust to roof sheets, water marks to walls, creating bush fires and smoke or having the perfect looking river, pond or lake are all part of the journey.

And the ultimate compliment is when a stranger comments on how realistic your layout looks…

…And that’s why you are going to love this video… Turn up your speakers, click play and when the video finishes please comment below. I can’t wait to read what you have to say. Enjoy!

YouTube Preview Image

BREAKING NEWS – the above video has been selected  as a top 50 semi-finalist in the YouTube/Ridley Scott “Your Film Festival” contest.

If you enjoyed the video then please go here  and vote for this film to win. Voting stops on the 13th July 2012.

*edit*  This amazing video was filmed on the LMRA Model Railroad Associations, Gulf & Denver Railroad Authority, Layout in Fort Worth Texas. The layout has been over 20 years in the making and this video really pays tribute to the hard work by their members.

Below is a slide show of that very layout.

YouTube Preview Image

FREE Member News Letter & Discounts

Receive Exclusive Member Discounts & The Best News Tips & Secrets

100% Secure. Cancel the email news letter at any time with 1 click
Be Sociable, Share!
The following two tabs change content below.

Dan Morgan

Dan Morgan fell in love with model trains at the age of six when he visited an NMRA Convention in Seattle with his father. Forty two years later, his passion remains just as strong. After achieving a successful career in architecture, Dan’s particular interest is within layouts and buildings. With a wealth of knowledge on the subject, Dan loves nothing more than sharing this with others and is delighted in the forum of members who are brought together over the hobby they have in common. Dan lives with his wife Helen in Washington. As a professional painter, Helen has learnt through Dan about Model Trains and they now enjoy working on projects together. The only member of the family who isn’t allowed to join in is their over-enthusiastic Labrador called William who has been strictly banned from the workshop! You can find Dan on Google here!

Tags: , , , ,

Leave A Reply (161 comments So Far)

  1. Ed Madigan
    5 years ago

    This was TOO COOL…….

  2. Juergen
    5 years ago

    Holy crap!!!
    George Lucas’ Starwars is nothing compared to this. This video must have been a lot of work creating all the animations.

    Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed it a lot and it gave me some inspirations.

  3. Hugh
    5 years ago

    Amazing! But how real is it? It can’t be real. Can it?

  4. james
    5 years ago

    brilliant video
    and a great sound track
    what is the name of the music
    again what great video

  5. Bill
    5 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful. Magnificent. How the heck did they… never mind. Just watch and enjoy.

  6. Cary Hewitt
    5 years ago

    All I can say is : WOW!!!!

  7. peter morgan
    5 years ago

    just one word. BRILLIANT.

  8. Francois
    5 years ago

    This is just so horrendously fantastically done !!! :-)))
    I could have never dreamed of something like this when I built MY model railroads….. oh….. some 40+ years ago 🙂

    Awesomely creative ! Well done !

  9. steve
    5 years ago

    this was so cool

  10. brent keairns
    5 years ago

    there are many subjects one can use time. putting one’s abilities and thoughts into a layout
    is the essence of the finished product. rough, fine art, hidden adventures in tunnels and those
    tracks that one may wonder—is it right ? Electronics, grain of wheat or LED is the light of any layout. Steam-diesel or or that wooden thomas the tank may raise an eye brow. 2011 what
    are we planning with so many innovations. Dreams are really productive with a plan.

  11. Barry Palmer
    5 years ago

    That was very nicely done, obviously a lot of work. Re-enforces the old saying “Be careful what you wish for”.
    Barry Palmer

  12. jim kelly
    5 years ago

    what a great little film .my God that was fantastic,I cant pres it enough..well looking forward to the next well done mate!!!!!

  13. Nevo
    5 years ago

    This is the kind of inspiration that makes you want to get better at this hobby. This was outstanding. A standing ovation and aplaud.

  14. k
    5 years ago

    Great Video. Nice layout also!

  15. Keith Berg
    5 years ago

    Totally amazing! Very entertaining, very good! Hope you have figured out how to make money doing this.

  16. Norbertas
    5 years ago

    Fantastic animation, a real pleasure to watch, makes you wish you could make even a small animation on a layout

  17. dylan
    5 years ago

    outstanding video would have taken hours or days to make

  18. Ron
    5 years ago

    Great…BUT ….I want to do this…on my layout..tooooo

  19. james
    5 years ago

    that is neat

  20. Yalcin Yanikoglu
    5 years ago

    SO beautiful. Thank you. Made me so happy. Tequila Mockingbird. Hahahaha…. Bravo.

  21. Nikki
    5 years ago

    That was very COOL!!!! Well done. MN, USA

  22. Chris Jordan(201)
    5 years ago

    That was an interesting piece of programming and since I cannot get in my loft to play trains anymore must be whats going on up there. Haha if the truth were only known. All in all a very clever piece of work if a little far fetched for train buffs.

  23. Roger Morris
    5 years ago

    Awesome vidio

  24. dave
    5 years ago

    That is something, now how do we do that??

  25. Dan O.
    5 years ago

    Fantastic…unbelieveable… Hollywood production?!!!

  26. Conrad
    5 years ago

    Wow, What a great job, the modeling, video and music. I can’t imagine the hours that went into this.

  27. Joe
    5 years ago

    Fantastic. And upto the Time Stop point was exactly how I see my model railway when I am at the controls. Thank you most enjoyable.

    5 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant, loved it. Gives me some good ideas.

  29. Paul
    5 years ago

    That was really spectacular. I can not imagine the amount of work that went into creating such a detailed mixture of animation and modeling. I enjoyed it very much.

    Just wonderful.

  30. Frankles Graham
    5 years ago

    The animation is beyond stunning, but apart from being very clever, it is also very funny; very inventive. I enjoyed the lighting too, especially the very late afternoon sunshine; very effective. My layout is full of the finest detail. I’ve always striven for that and visitors always remark on how much more interesting it looks because of that. We all know that the addition of figures – lots of them – gives an animated look. There are little stories going on all over the place.
    The one thing I don’t do, although it’s very nice in its own way, is the smoke. It always leaves a deposit and, heaven knows, it’s hard enough to keep a layout clean!
    A remarkable and very enjoyable video.

  31. Michael Maass
    5 years ago

    This is great. I agree, someone had a little extra time and money on their hands. Maybe they can come over to my house and help me with my layout…. LOL. Great Movie!

  32. Nancy
    5 years ago

    OMG this is Great! That’s how I want to portray my layout. I am so into realism I think I get caught up in the effects as opposed to getting tha layout actually done.

  33. thad h. carter
    5 years ago

    I’m still working on running 2 trains at once. Thad Carter

  34. Stan Cedarleaf
    5 years ago

    Totally amazing!!!!…. Fabulous. Just fabulous…. What an awesome accomplishment.

  35. Steve
    5 years ago

    Wow, great video. The animation was unbelievable.

  36. Jeffrey Myers
    5 years ago

    Nice story. But it’s not about model railroading. How do we know how much of the visuals were actual models, and how much were computer generated and enhanced?

  37. Michael Little
    5 years ago

    Very entertaining. Nicely done.

  38. Dick Schrieber
    5 years ago

    Well; I to like animation, and this is a very interesting display of talent in this direction. Only the hobby seams to drift toward video rather then modeling. Which is fine as it takes one to another level in modeling. It brings in the realism of movement which in a lot of layouts, is missing. there are many very interesting scenes on a layout but it is stagnant, movement is needed to bring it –Over the Top!
    I like the making of the models along with the machining of the engines. But the rest is stagnant. Still, people in a hesitation mode. Like a living snap shot.

  39. pat
    5 years ago

    totally awesome and the best realistic display I’ve EVER seen!

  40. jimbringardner
    5 years ago

    wow,very,very good,well done.

  41. Paul
    5 years ago

    Quite a vedeo. Really excellent. Can’t say enough about it

  42. Lawrence
    5 years ago

    Two thumbs up.

  43. Paul R.
    5 years ago

    Interesting. Wonder how they did it.

  44. David Budka
    5 years ago

    That was terrific. It expresses well what most model railroaders attempt to achieve. They are attempting to recreate things they have seen or remember. Thank you.

  45. Mark
    5 years ago

    Wow!! (my only comment other than wow is where are the eyes?) I made this comment before I saw other reviews. There is a huge amount of talent here on display

  46. snrubbj
    5 years ago

    Dumbfounded, how, beautiful, more.

  47. Johnstuf
    5 years ago

    Absolutely Fantastic!!! That is an amazing piece of workmanship.

    Thanks for sharing.

  48. Will Farr
    5 years ago

    Totally awesome and inspiring. Can’t thank you enough, but THANKS anyway.
    Will Farr

  49. Dan E.
    5 years ago

    That was some awesome video editing! Great Clockstoppers action.

  50. Richard
    5 years ago

    I always enjoy looking at layouts for do’s and do’nts ………..had to watch this one more than once.

  51. Don
    5 years ago

    That was phenominal. To bring a train layout alive is great. The best part was when the little boy had someone to share it with. That realy mde the movie. Thank you for your creation.

  52. rockiesrob
    5 years ago

    Wow, someone has a really great sense of humor and some awsome computer skills.
    Finally, Steve, something worthwhile on your site. Kept me hooked.

  53. Erik van der Meer
    5 years ago

    Was this done by an ‘amateur’?? I think in that case there will be jobs for that person at animation studio’s!

    The Netherlands

  54. Cindy May
    5 years ago

    very nice and amazing! Great job

  55. Terry
    5 years ago

    AMAZING!!!! You weren’t kidding when it said layout comes to life. Props to whoever did this!!
    Enjoyed it a lot!!! Really put a smile on my face and a longing for simpler times and less stress.
    Thanks for posting and sharing!!!

  56. Brian
    5 years ago

    Amazing vid. Enjoyed it a lot.

  57. Mike
    5 years ago

    Great video
    great sound track
    1 -10 —– 10plus

  58. Ron Whittingham
    5 years ago

    very nice and realistic,how did you get the animation?Vry cool. GREAT JOB !!!

  59. Steve Dehart
    5 years ago

    This is the best MRR video I have ever seen, no I have to start over. LOL Any way to see it in full screen? Thanks

  60. Bill
    5 years ago

    Awesome! Lots of chuckles. So many puns. Great job!

  61. P Doig
    5 years ago

    Great video work

  62. gregg
    5 years ago


  63. Larry B.
    5 years ago

    I can’t say more than has already been said.

  64. Preston
    5 years ago

    Fantastic, was wondering how they made the birds fly, once the time stopped I figured out the whole video was animated, great job.

  65. John
    5 years ago

    Really great. Of course you had to have a really realistic layout to start with in order to pull it off. Congradulations!!

  66. Randy Huggins
    5 years ago

    The ultimate train layout! Great video and a nice story to go with it!

  67. Don Leech
    5 years ago

    I cannot imagine how the animation was done. It is a nice little story with excellent editing and a sensitive expression of emotion. How long did it take?

  68. Steve
    5 years ago

    I’m speechless!

  69. ohitsyoubob
    5 years ago

    Thank you for sharing. . .I once had a dream like this as a kid. It took me back so many years. Thank you again.

  70. Lee Clark
    5 years ago

    The sentiment and story is spot on but what makes this all plausible is the quality of modelling.

  71. Rod
    5 years ago

    That is really cool. Two thumbs up. Thanks


  72. dave
    5 years ago

    careful what you wish for!aside from that that is what you wish for when you set-up these diarama’ was also an excellent portrayal.

  73. David Gilcrest
    5 years ago

    Very interesting . I enjoyed it

  74. allen
    5 years ago

    great would be better if a bit longer

  75. Don Ballard
    5 years ago

    cool beans!!! Great video!

  76. doc
    5 years ago

    way cool

  77. Ken DeFilippo
    5 years ago

    I thoroughly enjoyed watching the video of the young boy who finds a “magic watch” in his box of Cracker Jax! When he was crossing the street, a 1957 Chevy passes by. This was the exact car, and color, that my mother owned when I was a boy growing up in Newark! For that moment, I was very moved as it brought back many memories. I thought it sweet, and romantic, that the boy came across a girl who was wearing the same watch……..none of us will know of the mysterious adventures both of them will encounter. (Note: I did not see any mention of the owner of the train layout or, the creator of the video. Comments from others?)


  78. Brian Gladish
    5 years ago

    A nice play on the Twilight Zone episode, “A Kind of a Stopwatch”: This one, however, has a happy ending!

    Quite an inspiring video that must have taken a lot of imagination and work.

  79. Matt
    5 years ago

    This is awesome. Great ideas and superb detailing.

    Love it

  80. Kevin Chapman
    5 years ago

    Absolutely incredible what a way to go how is it done even birds in flight a real touch of realism

  81. Tom Oliver
    5 years ago

    I am totally stunned, amazed, awestruct! Wow! I want one of those watches! An absolutely fantastic piece of work – but HOW did you do it? Thanks for the dreams.

  82. j sherman
    5 years ago


  83. Robert
    5 years ago

    WOW!!! GREAT clip

  84. Christopher Blackwell
    5 years ago

    That is the second time I have been directed to that video in two days The animation is extremely fine and fluid. Yes the lay out is well done and make a great background for the animation. Interesting how well they tell the story just through the animation . Reminds me of the old silent movies.

  85. Herb Roberson
    5 years ago

    Wow, outstanding! WAY cool!!!

  86. Amelia
    5 years ago

    That was the best ever. Love the music and the little boy and all the trouble he gets into. Great job on the video. The effects were wonderful and the music went with the things that the little boy did.

  87. Hank
    5 years ago

    Absolutely Fantasic……

  88. Tom Strangeway
    5 years ago

    What an awesome video. fantastic idea for animation.

  89. Gary
    5 years ago

    I’m speechless!!!

  90. Les Ellen
    5 years ago

    Unbelievable! Don’t know if I should have seen this!. I have so far to go to get to this standard – but I will enjoy trying, it will just take time.

  91. Hugh
    5 years ago

    Far out !!!

  92. Hugh
    5 years ago

    Hello everyone this is Hugh’s wife who has ordered, yes ordered me to come and look at this email video. Now I shall comment.

    WARNING: Dont try these stunts at home!

    Definitely Beyond The Black Stump!!!!!

  93. James Stevens
    5 years ago

    Dan, That was just amazing and if anyone else has said it they were right. If there was a Film Award for this catagorie it would surly take First Place in every division. I am going to be sure to show this to all my friends when they come over to see how I am coming with my model.

    Again, Two Giant Thumbs Up!!!!!!!!

    Sincerly, Jim S.

  94. Mac Hall
    5 years ago

    just great, really enjoyed it. I guess when I run my layout ,I imagine it is alive too.

  95. larry evans
    5 years ago

    A fine presentation; to say the least!

  96. Brian
    5 years ago

    There is much more to this excellent work than meets the eye or ear.

    Every company that is named is an actual post production company based in Texas (most of them are in Dallas although the scenery looks more like Austin). The Logos are accurate too.

  97. mark
    5 years ago

    Supercalifrgileisticexpeealidoshes !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I am not poetic enough to begin to describe the depth of my awe inspired feelings,or the superb technical quality of this vid !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thank you ever so much for your efforts on our behalf. BRAVO !!! BRAVO !!!! BRAVO !!! APPLUASE , APLUASE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank yoU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  98. edward a atkinson
    5 years ago

    Just one word for this….supercalifragilisticexpialidotious!!! (don’t know if the spelling is right)

  99. Rick Lind
    5 years ago

    Excellent film, makes you want to be a little boy again. Great job scenery, looks real.

  100. Tony H.
    5 years ago

    Absolutely awesome.could not imagine the amount of work which went into creating this video or the amount of time it took to put the idea together.Then one has got to consider the engineering in order to get the movement of the figures.Obviously the creator must be very advanced in computer as well as in model making.This is a master peace and full congratulation to the maker. Tony H.

    5 years ago


  102. Pat
    5 years ago

    WOW! Holy Crap! Well done! Standing ovations! Loved it! What happened??? Did the girl start life again??? What happens after we leave the layout room??? 😮

  103. Belfast Boy
    5 years ago

    That was quite charming. Looked like a labour of love.

  104. Andrew Skilling
    5 years ago

    What can you say great

  105. chris cornell
    5 years ago

    Is nothing sacred?

  106. Al
    5 years ago

    Amazing Video! Can’t be real 🙂

  107. Barry
    5 years ago

    Very good modeling. I love to model and make scenes, especially animated scenes. So, please, teach me how to make the people move and the bird fly.

  108. Laurie
    5 years ago

    I am amazed at the creativity.

  109. chris cornell
    5 years ago

    Plasticville purse snatcher? This is the end. What’s next? Zombees, Deloreans being pushed by
    steam engines or flying? Harry Potter zooming on a broomstick? Wake up and recognize what you are really seeing!

  110. Dan
    5 years ago

    Wow! Great job! I had to laugh when I think of my wife’s reaction while I was measuring out a roll of toilet paper. She thought I was nuts! When she saw the outhouse that I made in HO scale, she got a kick out of it.

  111. Gene Seymour
    5 years ago

    Excellent is about all that I can say. It is hard to believe that someone can make such a video.

  112. laurence beischer.
    5 years ago

    A cleverly annimated little story. However, there needs to be much more awareness of producers of any type of film format as to the safety factors involved in their stories.This not only applies to
    this particular film, but to all films showing children in hazardous situations,(ie.) life jackets in water scenarios and in this case, playing around, or even being near railway tracks is a risky
    past-time and not to be taken so frivilously. When I was a youngster, I met two kids while I was
    in hospital recovering from an operation, and both those boys had lost either toes or a limb due to
    playing around train yards. As fate would have it, I consequently, as an adult, came to work with both these guys over a period of years. Strange or what?
    My message is to preach safety, anywhere children are involved, even on film!
    Congrats on a technical job well done with an excellent layout of urban scenery.

    L.B., Toronto, Canada

  113. 1locoaf
    5 years ago

    Fantastic, Technology has come to Model Railroad. Bring train layouts to life. Wow this was magical .

  114. Sam Marasco
    5 years ago

    I am a TCA member. I wish your video had shown more of the running trains/ town/industrial complex BUT it was great! The ballast and the sand between the ballast on parallel tracks. The amazing animation, and the ‘stop action’ watch were great ideas. Terrific video, amazing lay-out (as much as I got to see).

  115. martyn gregory
    5 years ago

    Great Little Clip it’s a pitty that we can’t get our people and the like moving on our lay-out but such is liife but still a Very Intreging Idea !!!

  116. Tom
    5 years ago

    Absolutely Awsome! The best I have ever seen with a model rr layout. Professional quality for sure!

  117. Miller
    5 years ago

    Stunning! (-:

  118. carl
    5 years ago

    very nice. reminds me of an old Twilight Zone eposde. The layout is spectacular.

  119. Kim
    5 years ago

    AWESOME!!! My son wanted more trains, but he’s only three and didn’t get it. Again, AWESOME!

  120. David
    5 years ago

    Very cleaver! But I don’t want to see little people runnning around my lay out. I would have doubts about my mental health.

  121. dave
    5 years ago

    That is a hard one to follow…great bit of editing

  122. unc
    5 years ago

    that was super! very imaginative!

  123. Bob Bulach
    5 years ago

    I really enjoyed this trip into “Fantasy Land”; very creative and well done.

  124. William Veitch
    5 years ago

    Animation was truly amazing!!! Something to consider in the future.

  125. Jason
    5 years ago

    For those of you who might be interested, there is a small behind-the-scenes article here:

  126. james brooks
    5 years ago

    Thought I had seen the greatest model railroad video’s, not true. This knocks the socks off them all. I think eyes on the figures in this video will complete this outstanding video.

  127. Dan Morgan
    5 years ago

    Thanks Jason, that is an interesting behind the scenes story and well worth reading.

  128. mike
    5 years ago

    This was amazing,congratulations on a fantastic video

  129. Mitch
    5 years ago

    Great! A lot of time and effort must have gone into this.

  130. Brady Martin
    5 years ago

    that was just fantastic

    5 years ago

    Fantastic do more for us to enjoy your great work oscar winning work

  132. Ron
    5 years ago

    Great video, For the train hobby fans the scenary is great, very detailed and represent the town living around train activity.

    Thanks for sharing this video

  133. Chris Murano
    5 years ago

    Delightfully done! Masterful mix of train video and stop-frame animation. NICE WORK!

  134. Professor
    5 years ago

    Great animation; super detailing

  135. Barry
    5 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant. I want to go fish in that river

  136. Barry Palmer
    5 years ago

    The video of the boy stopping time was very good and must have taken a lot of time and talent but very impressive. Regarding some of the other subjects for beginners, if they’re like me I have trouble following written instructions but if someone can show me how to do something I pick it up very fast. I find tutorial videos very easy to follow tools and would like to see more of them. It’s always good to see there are different ways to do the same thing and often times they’re easier than the way I’ve always done them. Keep up the good work!!!
    Barry Palmer

  137. murray anderson
    5 years ago

    Awsome nicelly done good to watch whens the next one?

  138. Richard Moses
    5 years ago

    Beautiful. Absolutely smashing. I love it. And I hope the two youngsters do well in the rest of their life.

  139. Richard Moses
    5 years ago

    Perhaps you could do a video of what an engineer sees from the cab of one, or more, of the locomotives on your layout. I think that would be a very good layout tour to show.

  140. luke
    5 years ago

    that is SO cool i wish train sets had there own world like that

  141. Bill Kral
    5 years ago

    Hi that’s quite a nifty video with all the moving live figures. I don’t know how that was done but it must have taken some time.It looks like the people were made of clay and then photographed in different positions in sequence and the scale was probably larger than HO. The time of the video location looks like the the 50s somewhwere out west in a small town near a mainline of an American RR. It would be just fantastic to have everything moving on a real model layout.Bill in Victoria BC

  142. Joe
    5 years ago

    It was very enjoyable and different.

  143. Ralph
    5 years ago

    That was “” brilliant “” thank you for sharing.

  144. bill Hajek
    5 years ago

    What an interesting and amazing story how was it done and scenery too! Amazing

  145. david
    5 years ago

    what a film,it was so enjoyable,i liked it a lot,good luck for the future.

  146. Bob Olson
    5 years ago

    That was way cool. Glad I watched. Way beyond my skills, but very entertaining and lots of great ideas.

  147. Gary
    5 years ago

    Wow ! That is simply awesome. Fantastic story line and great special effects, cool sound track. This is one video to definately bookmark and share with others. Who said model railways were boring ! Only if I could get the little people to finish off my layout…
    Cheers for the great video, well enjoyed.

  148. Herb Witmyer
    5 years ago

    This may be the start of a new kind of model train video. To take a trip through a model train layout and have everything that would move, move. I would think that many layout creators would love to see their layouts come to life.I have a layout video that I watch but nothing like this would be.

  149. Tom Kimball
    5 years ago

    Enjoyed the video. Much love involved, as well as the video itself. Need more like that. It is an inspiration to see other model trains working and great layouts. Lots to put into my own layout. Thanks

  150. Ray Malover
    5 years ago

    Absolutely terrific animation – the kicker is that the story line and the sound track are also great!!!!
    Thank You

  151. Dave
    5 years ago

    That was fantastic

  152. Rick Mace
    5 years ago

    Pretty Amazing reminds me a Twilight Zone episode.

  153. Vince
    5 years ago

    I have been doing model railroading for 40yrs. I never seen anything like this fantastic piece of work. WOW a great piece of art work.

  154. Pete Frigola
    5 years ago

    Just unbelievable. Great animation and fantastic scenery.

  155. Jason
    5 years ago

    To anyone who might be interested if you come across this post some time later — we’ve been selected as a top 50 semi-finalist in the YouTube/Ridley Scott “Your Film Festival” contest.

    If we win, we will have a chance to expand the original idea and you’ll get to see the longer version a lot of you have been craving!

    Go here to vote daily until July 13th, 2012! Thanks for all your kind comments!

  156. Deuce Harmon
    5 years ago

    The video was “GREAT” To bad we could make it a litle closer to what we say. LOL Keep up the good work.

  157. Don
    5 years ago

    Awesome! Props to the person/persons who created this. Must have taken months, and lots of patience, to make this so realistic. Enjoyed watching several times. Would like to see more.

  158. Patrick Mulligan
    5 years ago

    Have seen it before, Watched the video again, saw things I had missed before! LOV the vid, cool music. Standing ovation! 5 stars!
    BUT, BUT, BUT! What happens when time starts again??? Does it not start again, because he stopped time, then broke his watch? Does it start again because she’s got a watch, even though she didn’t stop it??? A sequel video please!!!

  159. bob
    5 years ago

    Not what I was expecting…it’s trick photography stuff, but the layout itself is awesome, extremely good work for reality and expression. My hat’s off to whoever done the work, it’s excellent.

  160. Milton White
    5 years ago

    As a complete novice, found the video entrancing. My tip for other viewers wanting more, Use a digital camera to snap the things you like for future reference instead of commiting to memory. Memory is something i am short of.

  161. John
    5 years ago

    Amazing, very cleaver and well done.

Free Newsletter

Simply enter your information below to get INSTANT ACCESS today:

Your privacy is SAFE with us and will never be sold, rented, or released to anyone - EVER!

model trains for beginners