■ Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany

After the Second World War, the world separated into East and West. So, also Germany was divided into West Germany and East Germany. Therefore in West Germany, typical types of locomotives and trains were developed by the German Federal Railways (Deutsche Bundesbahn). And, also in East Germany special designs and types of locomotives and trains were developed by the state railway of East Germany (Deutsche Reichsbahn). In this video, Pilentum presents a model railroad layout, where steam trains and diesel trains of the old state railway of the GDR are running. Noteworthy are the powerful diesel locomotives that were originally delivered from the Soviet Union to East Germany for freight traffic. And, there are the famous bilevel passenger cars, also known as double-decker train cars, which are still used in passenger traffic today.

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Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany

Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany
Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany
Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany
Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany Model Trains and Model Railroading in former East Germany

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