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In the past several months, I’ve become more involved with YouTube, and I’ve discovered countless channel with great content and videos. Since this will be broken up into multiple posts, I thought I’d start with my “YouTube Friends”. That is, channels of friends or channels that I’ve become friends with the owner.
R’s Trains and North Country Trains are thought of “sibling channels” by followers and with good reason. Corey is also a D&H fanatic, a modeler in O gauge and HO scale, and railfans the capitol region.
I’ve been following Kerry’s channel for years, only recently becoming more involved. We’ve helped each other track trains remotely multiple times. RLP features high quality railfanning videos from across New York, New Jersey, and the Northeastern US, not to mention elsewhere.
A great model railroader and fan of HO scale steam, Carter and I have become friends despite living quite far away. Check out his real steam recreation videos, they’re top notch!
One of the few local railfans with a YouTube channel, Josh has branched into local history tours by drone as well.
From across the “pond” in Vermont, Island Line has great videos covering railroads in northern VT, as well as over here on the CP.
O gaugers George and Wally found my channel back when I had about 30 subscribers. They had faith in my channel and had me on one of their weekly “Fast Friday” live streams, and really helped my YouTube channel grow. Their motto: “We talk about everything… but mostly trains.”
In the next installment, I’ll take a look at some of my favorite railfan and railroad documentary channels. As always, don’t forget to check out some of the channels. -Harrison
This article first appeared on northcountrytrains.wordpress.com
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