Dhiraj Bansal: You inspired me to build a similar layout for my son's room. He is 3 and
just loves watching the train go round and round. I am now working to add
landscaping elements/scenery to it. I got a few buildings, bridges, a
platform etc. to add some 3-D elements to it. But I am really interested in
adding some wall backgrounds like you did. Where did you order them from?
They are just awesome!! Please let me know.
har99ley: Nice job......look up making rock or mountains out of styro foam lite
weight and with a little stippling you can paint to look like real
stone.......congrats.....never too old for TRAINS.....almost 60!!!!!
1974mortarman: having owned a train set as a child, I use to love setting it up and
tearing it down to reset it up in another way. Throughout the years I have
often thought about it and since moving to Wyoming just recently after my
military service, we live right next to a railroad and trains go by about
every 30 mins (they are really silent to be honest). Well my 2 year old
loves it! So I am currently in a build of a similar layout in our living
room. I was thinking about using plexi glass as you'll be able to see
through, just an idea. But thanks for the video, is exactly what I was
hoping to see.
David Ammerlaan: nice! think its called a "shelf layout"
Jenna Lyn Stana: how did you finish the back side of the corners since their was a gap? did
you just make a filler piece?
gacj2010: You did a great job...its wonderful and not taking up space ,,,,,wonderful
...I love your love of beast and child
Todd Bergland: This is cool. Dropped in on a random link, but this is awesome to see.
Robert Cooney: I have been " playin " trains since I was 5 years old and next Thursday I
turn 62..... Never ever stop playing with the trains.... and... I am just
up the street from You, I live in Cottonwood Heights! Bob Cooney
Tim Belcher: I really like what you did. I'm 57 and love trains. My parents brought
me my first train when I was 10, It gets in your blood
Matt Redman: Good work!
75Bird455: Good Job, looks great! Most importantly, you seem to enjoy it! Now re-do it
all and double track it!
David Desjardins: Not nerdy buddy. It's good to have something to get excited about.
David Linfante: Really a sweet layout. love the finished look of the corners. one
pizzeria in my town has a ceiling train that for some time, only went back
and forth on a short track then it finally was completed to go around the
entire dining area.
tenoregermania: Well, we don't stop playing because we get old, we get old because we stop
playing. You did a super job.
joeviking61: Very cool
gacj2010: You are blest
andrew bryant: awesome Brutha! building same type of idea in basement in NYC.
unfortunately don't have great ceiling cause had same idea as you did by
putting a backdrop behind trains but working on something. Looks sharp.
Tom Plugge: love it man!!
Jared Moore: cool train what scale is it G, O,HO
sam rominski: very cool
47mulligan: Fantastic! Your enthusiasm is wonderful too. It will be fun for you to
share with your assistant engineers. I love my trains too, got an
027Lionel steamer when I was 9, it got me hooked. Thanks for sharing with
Jim Massey: Brian, Seriously nice project!!! I really like the way it finished out
with the crown molding...just awesome!!!
Ryan Guilford: definitely not nerdy or little kid thing. Looks great man. Good job
MermanJesse: Also, if you have a Hobby Lobby near by, you can go to their website on
your phone before you check out, and they will take 40% off with a coupon
code that you show the cashier. This is how I got my trains started. A
$120 set came to around $70
tincanboat: great job. the crown molding really looks great. love the back grounds what
a difference. you know if like trains you just need a floor or table to set
the track up on. anything else is just gravy. I'm thinking of putting a
ceiling train in my living room after seeing yours I ve decided.
Jeff Phillips: Very nice! What background material did you use? I couldn't hear the guy.
strate8: I understand about the kid thing, I would say most of us model railroader
are kids at heart so you're in good company. Your "shelf train" is way
awesome and you have done a fantastic job.
John Paris: good job man
Peter Felmore: Looks great and I can see you are very proud of it. Good job.
Peter Felmore, Cape Town ,South Africa.
Anapode Solar: Really nice looking job, the crown molding makes it look great.
Chris Colt: That's sweet!
Simon Rankin: we have a pub in Adelaide Australia that runs a train around like yours
,while you eat you can watch it go around...
Rogelio Figueroa: Way cool.
strafrag1: Well done! It's a great hobby.
Ashis Mukerjea: Very well done. Crown Moulding makes it more appealing to eyes.
Retro719: Awesome and inspiring bro.I was wondering how to do one, thanks for
Roger Peterson: I almost stopped watching, because a shelf with metal brackets just didn't
appeal to me. However, the crown molding & corners painted to match the
trim redeemed the video!
Anthony Graves: Nice job man! Fun. That's what it's all about...
yesterday8265: Looks real good,you did a nice job on this project
Poncho Yates: Cool!
James Lowe: Man, that is way cool. You are going to be the hero of your kids, nephews
and nieces, and every used to be kid you know.
Q Bizzy: This is an awesome idea! Going to print out a picture for each wall to
teach my children, North, East, South and West. Thanks for sharing!
domeslacker: what kind of dog is that?
3DJavi: Oh man ! great video I like it
I'll try to make a shelf for my son
Ken Aberson: Go slower please. So it is more realistic through the scenery. Go dcc w/
sound if you haven't already. But its really cool.
machia0705: Real good...Gave me an idea for my office. Thanks.
john hemple: very very nice job now to convince the wife lol
Glenn Gordon: Nice job on the installation! I have a shelf train layout as well.
Grand Ledge Railway
Andrew G: Awesome! I think this is where my dad got the idea to build his own!
Grand Ledge Railway
warpo007: Nice, but those brackets aren't very classy.
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
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