Model Train Video: Model Train Disaster

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Please note that this model train video should not be viewed by children. This is a graphic representation of what can happen to a model train layout.

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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!

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  1. MikeFozzy
    5 years ago

    A nicely put together video with ample use of imagination. Certainly worthy of more showings than some of the Thomas the Tank Engine television series as in some ways far more convincing.

    Very well done.


  2. Derek
    5 years ago

    that was so cool !!!!!!!!!!


  3. mark loppe
    5 years ago

    very real looking,great job…love it.keep em coming……


  4. Terry L Hacker
    5 years ago

    Nice video! Either the railway dispatcher or the commuter train engineer are going to be on the unemployment line tomorrow morning, or maybe both of them will. The commuter train should have had a red signal, telling it to stop until the steam train was in the clear. Good response time by the firemen! They were even environmently doing the right thing, towing each other along, saving fuel and taxpayer’s dollars, too.


  5. Kenny Brent
    5 years ago

    That’s a great video and nice layout! Sure enjoyed it!


  6. norm
    5 years ago

    I don’t think I could have done any better with the special effects so can’t complain. The Fire Dept’s response time was realistic and they stole the stage making the vid more about them then the actual train accident. I thought the vid whimsical and entertaining. it made me smile. “good job” to the producer.


  7. dave
    5 years ago

    Thank you Mike , did try to put something to-gether that was a little different


  8. dave
    5 years ago

    Thank you all for your kind comments. If it has put a smile on the faces of a few , it has been worthwile


  9. William L. Lindsey
    5 years ago

    Very good Dave! Nice video. I’d say you should have ruptured the boiler on the steamer and had some steam rising too. Very inventive and ingenius.
    Someone on that railroad just got fired. Dispatcher? Engineer? Section hand? That was a costly mistake. Again, I enjoyed it and good job.


  10. William Trefsgar
    5 years ago

    Very clever. I like the tip about saving on fuel. Now we know what the meaning of a towable vehicle means.


  11. Richard Moses
    5 years ago

    Interesting. Nice shooting of the layout. Thanks.


  12. phil
    5 years ago

    that good , thanks


  13. Jeff Myers
    5 years ago

    THE HORROR! THE HORROR!

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