Modern O Gauge Remote Control Part 2 Lionel TMCC & LEGACY Advanced DVD
Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2020-02-25 19:34:45.
In part 2 from 2017 or 2018, there are more instructional details on using the lionel TMCC & legacy control systems, such as upgrading the command base on your desktop computer for example. Plus there are also segments on using the LCS sensor track, LCS Wi-Fi, the cab-1L, the 2012 ZW-L, and the ready to run lionchief sets. Bob Philips also mentioned part 1 with some clips as a recap. There are plenty of trains on the TM studio layout: such as the Pennsylvania Pacific in maroon red, A Fairbanks Morse trainmaster, the Pennsylvania GG1, the Rio Grande F units, A union Pacific freight, the Pennsylvania centipede, the post-war celebration series version of the Texas special, the Ac7000 diesel in Texas special colors, the Canadian Pacific F units, the dark military green subway, the blue and yellow Santa Fe F units, CSX heritage unit 8451 in chessie system colors, A blue and yellow Santa fe U-Boat, the Pennsylvania B6 0-6-0, A Baltimore and Ohio 2-8-8-4, the chessie system SD40-2, the MTH I love toy trains set, A Chesapeake and Ohio NW2, the Pennsylvania turbine, the prized possessed 773 hudson from 1950, the new york central F unit, and the legacy version of pere marquette 1225 which is located 2.5 hours apart from the i love toy trains store and the steam railroading institute. On this video, the newer model of 1225 is using the recorded whistle from nickel plate road 765. On one segment, 1225 is on a freight, while in another segment later on in the video, the Berkshire is carrying the standard O scale polar express. When will TM ever visit the 1225 in Owosso? Only time will tell. Besides those engines, there is also segments on the old school 022 switches, and the SC-1 & SC-2 for the old school TMCC, as well as using the TMCC for the vintage accessories. Some of the scenes were later used in Railscenes 1.0. For the lionchief segment, there is a union Pacific alco RS3, & the starter set version of the polar express. In the closing credits, producer Tom McComas talks about the toy train revue website and it's own YouTube channel. Also in the credits, the producer's son Jeff McComas worked for an assistant producer.
Overall, this is a very good sequel for layout builders and operators everywhere for Lionel fans alike.
Additional remarks by Steamboy:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Yes.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Excellent Value!
Recommend to others? Definitely.