January 2017 TSMRR Free Edition

Trackside Model Railroading Digital Magazine

January 2017 Free Edition

The two layout features this January are:
Larry Kennedy's
Great Northern in Stevens Pass
Chris Jacobs'
West Coast Lumber Company

Trackside Model Railroading HO scale
HO Scale

Trackside Model Railroading HO scale
HO Scale

Scrap Load for Your Gondola
Scrap Load for Your Gondola

Layouts in the January 2017 Issue

Great Northern in Stevens Pass in HO
Larry Kennedy models the electric and steam lines of the Great Northern Railway route from Wenatchee in central Washington State west through the Cascade Mountains and over Stevens Pass. The large HO scale layout is based in 1950 and is exquisitely modeled. Larry’s love for building scenery and structures shows in the quality of his work. You will enjoy wide, picturesque scenes of this layout with both photographs and video. We also include an article about the layout in our feature. Larry’s layout was featured in the NMRA Portland Daylight Express tour in 2015.

West Coast Lumber Company in HO
Chris Jacobs models the West Coast Lumber Company in HO scale on his small garage layout. Chris enjoys modeling detailed scenes and has managed to fit many storytelling mini scenes on the layout. The lumber company operates in the small town of Cascade Junction, based in the Pacific Northwest in the 1950s. It has recently acquired new equipment from a former logging operation in the area and is moving much of that equipment into town by rail. Chris runs both steam and diesel locomotives on the layout. The West Coast Lumber Company feature also includes photos, video, and an article.

Build a Construction Garbage Load for a Gondola Car
Use household materials to build a covered construction scrap load. You will need a variety of readily-available materials to complete this project. It is simple enough for newer modelers to complete and should not cost you anything. We make the load easily removable so that you can include it in your operating sessions. It can be completed in any scale.

HO Scale Great Northern in Stevens Pass
Trackside Model Railroading Larry Kennedy models the electric and steam lines of the Great Northern Railway route from Wenatchee in central Washington State west through the Cascade Mountains and over Stevens Pass.
HO Scale West Coast Lumber Company
Trackside Model Railroading Chris Jacobs models the West Coast Lumber Company in HO scale on his small garage layout.

January 2017 Magazine on DVD and Blu-ray
For those who would like to view the magazine on their televisions, you can now purchase the magazine on DVD or Blu-ray. The DVD and Blu-ray will contain the entire magazine with a video of both layouts that includes photos and video with a narration of the articles. There will also be the option to view the magazine page by page (which can be paused if you wish). The DVD and Blu-ray will play the same way, but the Blu-ray video picture is tack sharp with higher quality and has a smoother playback due to a higher frame rate. There is a good chance you already have a Blu-ray player if you have a big flat screen TV and you've bought a top set player in the last 7 years. We recommend double checking your player before ordering.
All Premium Digital Subscribers who have access to January 2017 and those who have already purchased this month’s magazine will receive an additional $2.00 off (When logged in during ordering).
All US orders will include free shipping. International orders will be subject to shipping costs. Our DVDs and Blu-rays are region free and are in NTSC format.

Trackside Model Railroading on DVD or Blu-ray featuring the followings: Larry Kennedy models the electric and steam lines of the Great Northern Railway route from Wenatchee in central Washington State west through the Cascade Mountains and over Stevens Pass. Second features Chris Jacobs highly detailed garage layout, West Coast Lumber Company in HO scale.
January 2017 on Blu-ray or DVD

Countries that use PAL Format.

Most overseas PAL Blu-ray players will also convert our NTSC for the USA to PAL for the worldwide format. You can always request a PAL formatted disc by contacting us before ordering just to be safe. This is required for DVDs as all top set DVD players will not convert the picture as they do not have a processor in them for converting the video. We can easily create a PAL disc for you because all our content is captured at 60fps making it easy to convert it to your countries 25fps smooth playback.

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