Addictive: Watching Model Train Travel In Endless Spiral

March 13, 2014


This is a video of a 141-car model train traveling in an infinite spiral and loop. I like that couch. I think my parents had the same couch when I was a kid. OR DID THEY? Dum dum dum! Now that I think about it I think ours was different. You know how much cereal I lost in the cracks of that thing? Enough to stock a grocery store. Speaking of the GS (I call the grocery store the GS for short), anybody want to take me after work today? They're having a special on crab legs that is NOT TO BE MISSED. "Wow!" Right? If my life got any more exciting Hollywood would be kicking down the door to buy the movie rights.

Keep going for the video and pretend you're a little person riding that train to nowhere.

Thanks to SC, who agrees no model train is complete without its operator wearing a conductor's hat.

  • Colorless82

    eek no sound is better. why would they film it for 7 minutes.. i could only watch 30 seconds.

  • Matty Spinny

    sounds like Christmas =)

  • Mr. Popo


  • Kompani

    You've got to put a cat in the middle, please.

  • KLanD
  • NutSpark

    A) the spiral isn't infinite B) could have gone for infinite train if they joined the end to the beginning C) a second spiral going opposite direction would have made it hella cool

  • Littletroubleshooter

    Man that is some ugly ass furniture.

  • FearlessFarris

    Aren't all loops infinite?

  • afgssd

    *mind blown

  • That's quite the collection of Disney VHS tapes.

  • Fercho

    lol! No Disney reference needed here. It (and maybe anything else) may end up like: "Disney Princesses disguised as Train Operators" and sh*t. You know...

  • asdfadfs

    huh, I own that couch, and that tv stand cabinet thing

  • Adam

    And those trains?

  • asdfadfs

    unfortunately no. also I have a rug and he doesn't...unless thats carpet not cement in which case its the wrong color, its hard to tell from the video(so i know this wasn't filmed in my house by my sleepwalking train collecting alterego)

  • Frédéric Purenne

    I like trains!

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