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James Risner put together 241 model train cars powered by nine model train engines to create this mesmerizing – and noisy! – spiral. Forget about Soft Kitty; this should be Sheldon’s goodnight lullaby.
We’ve seen plenty of cool time-lapse videos, but we’ve never seen anything quite as hypnotic as this video by photographer Darwinfish105 captured while riding on Tokyo’s Yurikamome train line, then mirrored to create a tunnel effect.
A huge estate in Oregon is up for sale. How huge? The property has a 4,908 sq ft house and 19.67 acres of land. You won’t have to worry much about getting around all that territory though because it includes your very own personal train.
A recent string of railway crossing accidents in the UK gave Top Gear an excuse to create a tongue-in-cheek advisory, highlighted by a train ramming into a car. Humor aside, you really don’t want to be in that situation folks.
Take a first-person ride on a model railroad, courtesy of a GoPro camera strapped to the engine of this scale train set. Ryan Crets’ grandpa Bill spent about 15 years building this multi-room miniature world. Enable giants here.
If you think your city’s trains are crowded, take a look at this video taken on Beijing’s Subway Line 13 at rush hour. The sheer number of people make getting out of the train a real challenge. They should get the TARDIS train.
We’re not exactly sure what’s gone wrong with this Russian train, but the imposing flames and soot bellowing forth from the smoke stacks on top make it look like it’s passengers are destined for Hades.
The trains in Mumbai, India have a reputation for being overcrowded, but these kids make riding on the outside of the train far more dangerous than it already is. Needless to say, don’t try this, EVER.