Hi, all. Got something I guess I felt like showing you all.
Yesterday, I went on the Sodor Island Forums, and under SiF Productions, something caught my eye. I gave it a look, and immediately I was hooked. And I guess I wanted to show all of you on DA. This is a new model railway YouTube series made by one Halfbakedhex8 he calls "Crossed Lines".
Crossed Lines tells the story of the engines of the Waterdown Railway, a railway in Britain that has retained a lot of independence from the rest of the network, allowing it to keep its fleet of steam engines in service (though it does employ diesel engines as well).
Now, it may seem like some cheap knock-off Thomas The Tank Engine thing, and , while it draws inspiration from that, it is still its own thing as well. It seems to even deal with some weighty themes. It seems to use Modernization and Preservation to talk about the changing times, the deaths of friends and loved ones, and how they effect us as people. That said, however, it still features its share of humour.
If anyone is interested in checking out Crossed Lines, you can find it at both of these locations.
The show only has six episodes as of this journal entry, but it still has quite a few stories to tell. Hope you all give this guy some support, and that you enjoy his stories.