Lets Talk Trains

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Freight, Passenger, Trolleys, Light Rail, Museums, as long as it is rail/train related, we talk about it!

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Listeners of the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains suggested we visit the Taltree Arboretum and Garden's Railroad Garden in Valparaiso. So for this week's show, we check it out. We will learn from the professional gardeners and model railroaders about their railroad garden. We hope to learn more about the building of the garden, it's operation and what Taltree's visitors think about the layout. Join the conversation about model trains and gardening, the two most participated hobbies in the world.
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Bob Cox and Chris Guenzler will be taking trains from along the BNSF mainline in La Plata from the Lookout Point

Join Bob and Elizabeth and their guest Dave Kroeger as they discuss Iowa Railroads past and present. The call in number is 646-716-7106 or join the chat room at http://www.railradio.com/lttchat

The Amazing Chris Guenzler will; be back again to talk about more of the trips he has taken

Nick Ozorak from "At The Railyard" will be hosting this week's episode. Nick will be providing v-scale news answering your questions about Virtual Railroading! To join in the conversation, during the live show, call us at (646)-716-7106 or... more

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Be sure to join us this week as Kansas City Nathan will be hosting with Special Guests, Mark Loewe, who will be discussing the software ATCS_Monitor. Please join us!

Bob and Elizabeth Alkire will be hosting the show. For the first part of the show, we will take our regular callers. After that, we will replay Richard's final live Let's Talk Trains show. This was the show that was attempted by Nathan but was... more

This week's show will be hosted by Nick Ozorak, creator of the Virtual Railroading series "At The Railyard". Nick will be joined by other members of the Virtual Railroading community to talk about the benefits of modeling in V-Scale (Virtual... more

Thanks to Ace Holman, landline Morse is back! He developed a system using slow modems to upload Morse signals onto modern telephone lines in order for Morse operators in USA and Canada to communicate with each other via the... more

Nathan of Kansas City is hosting this week's show. After recently returning from a trip to Ontario and Quebec, Canada, and a visit to ExpoRail--Canada's Railway Museum. We are also remembering our good friend, Richard Hamilton, who... more
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