Jay Ritch: A lot of track hanging from the ceiling. Very impressive how you built it.
charles ranalli: two words come to mind
UNIQUE & AWESOME
ModelerManMike: Very cool, thanks for taking the time to put this up. Very interesting!
Hope I can catch some external views of this layout on your channel.
David Nugent: awesome job with the layout bet dusting it isnt fun but no matter I gotta
build me one now
Allen B: WOW !!!!
i want an acrylic layout like that!
MaxMia0102: Sweet!!! Nice job really nice job!!
Paul Minard: And considering it's just wasted space in most homes & apartments; I know,
I have one (HO scale) myself. Great fun.
Rct3andCP: How many trains can be operated at a time on this layout?
Dave M: Amazing layout! I want it in my house. The wife would say otherwise though!
spuckula: Clearly, you are a bachelor! Or you have found the greatest wife in the
world. Mine would stick a spoon in my eye socket if I drilled into the
ceiling for something like this. You deserve an award of some sort for
building the absolute best train running scenario I have ever seen. Good
luck selling your house, though....
RMLectronics East Yorks: Fabulos! One serious train buff! I was trying to count the copper fittings
but lost count eventually. Thanks for sharing.
Mark Alan: Extremely impressive, but I hope you never plan on selling that house!!!
Joel Da Beast: what hapens if there is a derailer
Garandshooter44: AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GI love o gauge
but not this much!!! Awsome job man I really love this video. I showed it
to my freind Bill who has the best outdoor rail way in Pennsylvania and he
said he was so envious!
SteamUP: Man you Win ! 4 most toys
TheElectronMan: Absolutely amazing! I have had a love for trains since I was 5 years old
and my grandmother bought me a Lionel set for Xmas in 1966. I remember
saving my money to buy more track and then I would spend endless hours
making layouts running track under beds and sofa's. There was a Myers
restaurant with an overhead track back in the early 70's that every time I
was asked where I wanted to eat it was Myers just for the trains. I only
wish I had the time and money to do something like this.
TheFatAssCat: I love that you bothered to install floating buildings as well
dltodd1966: fabulous! Absolutely well-done!
bguitarmn: Wow! What can I say, I've always known that you are a brilliant genius!
MrDangerwarning101: I'm currenlty working on an overhead layout but many times I have
considered moving to a table layout. Your layout has inspired me to keep
forging ahead. Great work and a very creative design.
Arthur Vasey: Just like riding a roller coaster - but minus all the bumps and dips!
Dobbs Zig: Love the see through concept of the mounts. Nice job. I love your passion
for model trains. I
rjkopp: Kinda neat, one way to do O guage. I'm curious though are you going to add
more scenery? and if so how? Also I cringe at the thought of a derailment
from that height! And O scale engines are big bucks!
Lance Weber: WOW !!! I love it !!! great video... keep up the good work and the video's
bdowner60: Came to You-tube to see ideas for wall mounted & ceiling mounted trains ,
did not leave disappointed !!!
William Porter: Excellent! That is sure a lot of Lucite and copper - very innovative.
wclaurence: Holy Crap! I have watched alot of train videos on YouTube, and this is
definitely the most interesting and creative layout that I have seen.
"One-of-a-kind" is right. This is awesome. I like the trains, too. And,
by-the-way, nice house. Love to see the snow outside.
strafrag1: Just brilliant! Bravo.
I Don't Polojize: I'm going to try to do the same thing but in N Gage
fpvhampshireuk: That's really the strangest thing I've seen someone do to a
Steve Ward: I love it. My wife would kill me...but I think this is cool. Do the mounts
light up in the dark? A derailment would get very costly. Locomotives are
not meant to handle a 10-15 foot fall. I been building G scale outside for
6 months and there is alot of hard work in that, but I can just imagine the
concerns you get, building one in the air. And talk about neck strain. Very
well done. Trains are a lot of fun!!
TheKyridgerunner: WoW is all i can say.!!!
lucerog1374: Really neat set up.is that rod our tube? I really want to put mine up.
Johnnie Goode: Outstanding!
RellyOhBoy: Derailments must be catastrophic....
Matthew Tunstall: nice train ride. makes me feel i am the engineer!! cheers
Matthew Makens: Your ceiling layout is AWESOME, I would love to see it seeing as we are
Millenniumforce: Please adopt me!!!!
drumkid330: ghuth nethn deutch hjten h
Sam'sTrains: lets hope it doesnt ever de-rail ;)
Harry K.: I've thought about doing this on my layout. Now I know it's possible....
CabinetsByGreg: Start up plans were drawn up on a napkin over a few beers...
GandZscale: This is an exceptional layout. Thanks for the tour and posting.
morristownfdfan4: What train was the camera hooked up to
Matt Terry: Amazing....simply....a-mazing!....Truely, I want to learn how to create my
O Scale layout with as much heart as you have! Thanks for sharing, I will
never forget this one-of-a-kind layout!