The Roundhouse Podcast

079: Mighty Trains

Teddy Wilson, host of the TV Series “Mighty Trains,” talks about the adventures he takes on the show, what was most memorable from Season 1, and what to expect in Season 2!

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4 thoughts on “079: Mighty Trains

  1. andrew Dietrick

    My favorite Railroad Shows oh I got so many I can List but my Favorite show has to Be Mighty trains it has become my Fave show since I got season 1 on youtube and its amazing to see the White pass and Yukon Railroad its fantastic to see the WP&Y it kinda of reminds me of when the East Broad Top Railroad was running

  2. Nicholas Chillianis

    The Ghan derives its name from Afghan cameleers, who first arrived in Australia in 1860. They worked the Outback.

    The modern Ghan locomotive bears a logo on its nose of a cameleer atop his beast of burden.

  3. Daniel

    My favourite show is Great Scenic Railway Journeys, I first watched the show when I was little and sick, and I enjoyed it alot, and I am still watching the show on their channel

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