Redditor DrewCIL’s dad took three years to hand build this amazing barbeque smoker which not only looks like a steam train engine, it uses its vented steam to blow its whistle. He must have to placate his neighbors with free chicken.
We’ve seen through the point of view of a model train. Now let’s check out what it’s like to be under a real train going at 75mph, courtesy of YouTuber BNSFME and his GoPro camera. Skip to 0:50 if you can’t stand the anticipation.
A brand new EDI locomotive engine was being unloaded by crane when something went horribly wrong and the strap lifting it broke. If you thought dropping your iPhone was bad, imagine a 137-ton locomotive.
A fascinating reverence comes through for steam locomotives in Julien Lasseur and Rustic’s short film which showcases the zeal for this mode of transport from Cleveland’s Charlie Sedgley and the Midwest Railway Preservation Society.
A couple of ABB RoboticsIRB 140 robots equipped with LEGO model railroad tracks strut their stuff during a demonstration of their agility and accuracy, precisely placing and rerouting trains without a single derailment.
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.
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.