After a two year hiatus, Trainfest was back in West Allis, Wisconsin and we headed up to cover the show for our audience. We stop by the booths of many of the industry’s leading manufacturers, taking breaks in between each visit to take in an operating layout at the show. Climb aboard as we give you a front row seat to the new model railroad products being developed by our favorite manufacturers. Enjoy the show and thank you for watching this Trainfest coverage here on The Steam Channel.
All pricing information was taken from the websites of Trainworld, Hogtrainz, and Scale Trains.
If you’d like to order any of the models shown in this video, visit our friends at Trainworld and Hogtrainz via the links below:
I’d like to thank Shawn Hoppert for the Atlas Master Line photos he let us use for this video!
Below is a time guide to the video:
00: 00 Start
00: 24 Scale Trains
06: 15 Midwest Division of the Train Collectors Association’s O Scale Modular Layout
08: 17 Rapido
12: 15 Santa Fe All The Way HO Modular Layout
14: 19 Lionel Electric Trains
19: 19 Mod-U-Track HO Modular Layout
20: 29 Broadway Limited Imports
25: 35 Midwest Large Scale Modular Rails G Gauge Modular Layout
27: 24 Atlas Model Railroad, INC
29: 44 Standard Gauge Module Association
30: 46 Inter Mountain Railway CO.
32: 22 Overland Western Lines HO Modular Layout
34: 34 Bowser Trains
35: 59 Wisconsin & Michigan Model Railroad Club Iron Range Modular Layout
37: 56 Class One Model Works . com
38: 52 Capital City “N” Gineers N Scale Modular Layout
40: 15 Walthers
43: 20 Athearn
44: 28 Conclusion
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