This set of video links cover recent club programs. Videos of Layout Tours are shown Below.
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   NCMRC Modelers Series
This month the club was lucky enough to be visited by George Bogatiuk from SoundTraxx, who discussed with us features and controls on their Tsunami2 line of sound decoders...in both Steam and Diesel. Want to learn about available sounds, advanced consisting, braking and notching features? This video is for you! .
   presented April, 2022.

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   NCMRC Modelers Series 1.
In this inaugural episode we learn tip, tricks, and techniques from one of the premier modelers in the Northern Colorado Model Railroad Club - Rick Bacon. Rick teaches us what he has learned along the way in modeling with Styrene..
   presented February, 2022

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  Richard Frazier talks to the NCMRC about the insides of the model railroad industry.
   presented November 19, 2021

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  Bill Beranek explains the processes involved in his track planning services.
   presented October 28, 2021

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  For the June 2021 program Chuck Bay shows how he set up the benchwork in his basement for the new layout in his new house, sharing a few tricks and methods..
  presented June 24, 2021

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  For the May program Nickolay Burke takes us on a journey on how to design our Model Railroad layouts with digital drafting tools, such as Auto-CAD, with a tour of the software and how best to create benchwork with this software..
  presented May 27, 2021

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   This month's presentation takes us on the journey of wiring. Bill Kepner gives us his experiences wiring up his layout and potential things that you may want to do as well. Another great series for starting off in model railroading.
  presented April 22, 2021

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  Craig Linn introduces NCMRC members to the world of Narrow Gauge modeling, specifically HOn3.
 He explores what grabs people to Narrow Gauge, product offerings, and Do's and Don'ts that he has learned over
 the building of his HOn3 D&RGW 3rd Division. Enjoy!
  presented March 25, 2021

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  NCMRC Presentation: Bill Kepner on Modeling a Short Line,
  presented January 28, 2021

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  NCMRC December 2020 program: Kirk Orndorff and John Crisanti, plus presentation of awards.

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  Program on rationale for selecting N scale modelling, by John Deery
 presented October 22, 2020,

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  Darwin VanderPol's presentation on designing model railyards.
  given September 22, 2020

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  A presentation of pictures from Northern Colorado Rails, given at the club virtual meeting on July 23, 2020

  vRB    A virtual program on August 27,2002 by Rodney Black, covering the use of mini-computer module Raspberry Pi in connection with varous automated layout operations and the public software by JMRI.


Following are videos of club layout tours.

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   John Deery opens up his layout for a virtual tour of his French Broad River Valley Railroad. John takes us through his journey so far with topics on design, construction, and modifications..
  presented June 17, 2021

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  For the May virtual layout tour Bill Kepner takes us on a journey through his N-Scale empire, the Southern Pennsylvania Railroad. In this presentation you will hear about Bill's design philosophy for this region in PA
and why he modeled this area.   presented May 13, 2021

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  NCMRC February 2021 Layout Tour: The Spaghetti and Western RR by Charlie Mankus

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  NCMRC Layout Tour, January 14, 2021: The Wahsatch And Union Pacific by John Rimmasch

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  NCMRC Layout Tour on October 8, 2020: Maine Central Rockland Branch by Rich Gibson

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  A virtual tour of Wally Muscott's Ka-Ton-Sha Bay layout on August 13,2020,
showing many of his outstanding scenes and structures.

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  Great Layouts of the NCMRC: 1 Don Benz’s Twin Gulch Division of the Santa Fe is a spectacular room-sized, HO scale layout that depicts an imaginary division of the ATSF, set in the American Southwest in the last half of the 20th century. The landscaping is vibrant in color and majestic in scope.

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  Great Layouts of the NCMRC: 2 Take a journey on Gene Fusco's Penn Central Northfield Subdivision in G Scale. Gene walks us through his outdoor layout with an 1100’ main line, a “small” switching yard, and several industries, all designed for prototype operations. He details fabricating bridges and cars with 3D printing, running radio controlled, battery-driven locos on “Dead Rail,” and much more!



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