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Notch 6 Episode 113: Behind the scenes at Mr. Muffins Trains with Steve Nelson

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Release Date: 03/02/2018

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In this episode we'll look at all the exciting new traditional trains filling the pages of the Lionel 2020 volume 1 catalog.

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An in-depth look at the scale product featured in the Lionel 2020 Volume 1 catalog.

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The MTH 2020 Volume 1 Catalog Show show art The MTH 2020 Volume 1 Catalog Show

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In this episode we explore all the details of the MTH 2020 Volume 1 catalog with MTH's Andy Edleman. You can view the full catalog at MTHTrains.com

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Our 2019 Interview With Lionel President Howard Hitchcock show art Our 2019 Interview With Lionel President Howard Hitchcock

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Our annual interview with Lionel President Howard Hitchcock. We look behind the scenes at Lionel and revisit projects from 2018 and look ahead and the remainder of 2019 and into 2020.

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The Lionel 2019 Volume II Catalog Show show art The Lionel 2019 Volume II Catalog Show

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The Lionel 2019 Volume II catalog show is here! We talk Big Boys, EM-1s, diesels of all shapes and sizes and so much more. Ryan Kunkle from Lionel give you and inside track to all the details from the latest Lionel offerings.

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The MTH 2019 Volume 2 Catalog Show show art The MTH 2019 Volume 2 Catalog Show

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Join MTH Vice President of Marketing Andy Edelman and host Derek Thomas as they deep dive into the 2019 MTH Volume 2 Catalog. We'll discuss the recently announced Union Pacific George H. Bush funeral train, unique holiday offerings, and all the brand new road names and returns of classic favorites that grace the pages of this catalog.

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Jack Jack "Hotwater" Wheelihan Part 2

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In this episode of Notch 6, Jack "Hotwater" Wheelihan returns with some incredible tales from his days firing Southern Pacific 4449, Union Pacific 844, and Union Pacific 3985. We'll cover everything from what happens when your pilot engineer "forgets" to alert you to an upcoming crossover, to how hot does it really get in a tunnel when you're in the cab of one of the largest operating steam locomotive in North America. You don't want to miss this episode!

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Notch 6 Episode 128A: Lionel 2019 Volume 1 catalog - Scale products plus LionChief+ 2.0 technology show art Notch 6 Episode 128A: Lionel 2019 Volume 1 catalog - Scale products plus LionChief+ 2.0 technology

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In part one of our Lionel 2019 Volume 1 catalog show, Ryan Kunkle joins us to break down the new scale offerings in the catalog. This will include everything you see in the new catalog at Lionel.com as well as some EXCLUSIVE details about a forthcoming George Bush 4141 set which will be formally announced in later 2019. We'll also have a deep look at the new LionChief+ 2.0 technology which aims to further enhance the command control O gauge market. It's a full episode with details you won't want to miss!

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In this episode Steve Nelson, Owner of Mr. Muffins Trains, stops by to visit. We'll hear about his early experiences that led to opening a hobby store in a time where colleagues told him what a poor idea it was. We'll also explore collecting Atlas O wooden reefers, what customer service means in the hobby industry today, and he'll share some tips he's learned while building three large O gauge layouts.