It’s a Happy Haunted Halloween Video Log for the On30 Thunder Mesa Mining Company! Today we delve deep into the most terrifying topic in model railroading: Track Maintenance! See how the trains are kept running on the TMMC with a special focus on the use of NO-OX to improve conductivity. I don’t own the music sampled. Grim Grinning Ghosts © Disney, performed by Chris Calabrese and the Swingtips.
Just some quiet ambiance here. Early evening at Saguaro Siding on the Thunder Mesa Mining Co., listening to the night sounds and watching the lanterns flicker.
Come along as we pay a visit to the outlaw hide out of Hanging Rock in this end of the month video update. There’s a little bit of scenery work, some structure building, rock carving and other shenanigans. It’s a quick and dirty update from the TMMC! Music for this video is performed by the O’Neil Brother’s Group.
Take a trip down below to the wondrous world of Rainbow Caverns as I outline how I did some of the special lighting effects in this month’s video log.
Work continues bringing Rainbow Caverns to life on the On30 Thunder Mesa Mining Company layout. Here’s a quick look inside at a couple of completed scenes showing the effects so far. Much more to come!
Time for another Thunder Mesa Video Log! Climb aboard as we take a first-ever excursion over the newly completed mainline and get a preview of what’s to come!
Track laying and wiring through new sections of the railroad has been completed and here’s a quick sneak-peek at the first train running through Coyote Canyon. There’s no scenery here yet and the bridges are temporary, but soon this will be home to a dramatic gorge over 100 scale feet deep. Sampled music is from the original Disneyland television show, copyright © Disney.
Come see what’s new on the On30 Thunder Mesa Mining Company, a model railroad inspired by Disney’s Big Thunder Mountain and Nature’s Wonderland.