This is № 542 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover the military section of a German model railroad club. The members have modelled former barracks and loading stations for tanks and other military equipment in HO scale (1/87).
This is № 541 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Pit Karges built a model train layout in HO scale (1/87) of a famous Luxembourgian railway line. In Luxembourg, this railroad line is called the “North Line” or “Linn Lëtzebuerg - Ettelbréck - Elwen - Belsch Grenz” (“Ligne Luxembourg - Ettelbruck - Troisvierges - Frontière Belge). The Luxembourgian miniature world consists of an electrified, double-track main line. In addition, there is a switch between both tracks to allow track changes. Furthermore, there are first-class modelled trees and bushes, a level crossing and a large cornfield. Finally, the rolling stock has been weathered. All in all, Pit Karges has hidden so many details on his train layout that you have to look twice or three times to explore everything.
This is № 540 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover a small but very beautiful model railroad layout in HO scale built by Alan Jockmans. The focus of the filigree and detailed built miniature world is on a relaxing landscape with a simple track layout.
This is № 539 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. A true master of model making and scratch building is Samuel de Zutter from Belgium. His latest O scale train layout, called “Old England”, depicts a narrow-gauge railway located somewhere in an English village.
This is № 538 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This is Arnold’s Märklin model railway layout in 1 gauge (1/32 scale). In his house, near The Hague in the Netherlands, Arnold has completely converted a large room into a miniature world for his model trains. The 1 gauge layout has a size of 12.5 x 5.5 meters.
This is № 537 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. For many of us, Italian trains and railways always give a feeling of being on vacation in Italy. The Dutch model railroader Maurice Kleverwal probably felt the same way when he was thinking about which theme he should realize in a model railroad diorama.