This is № 543 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video we learn that you can build a model railroad layout even on a small footprint. Robert Strachan, a model railway enthusiast from the United Kingdom, has built his model train diorama on an area of 5 feet 8 inches by 13 inches, approximately 180 cm x 30 cm. The model rail layout is a shelf layout respectively a small shunting model railroad layout or switching model railway layout.
This is № 487 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we focus on British railway modelling and we discover “Weston Interchange”, a 00 gauge modern image model railway layout. Track work is all code 75 by Peco. Pointwork is operated by MP5 slow action point motors. Also featuring working colour light signals. On the layout, there are a Bachmann class 158 GWR, a Bachmann class 153 FGW, a Dapol class 68 and a RealTrack class 143 in ATW. All locomotives and trains are sound fitted.
This is № 478 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video we discover a superb British model railway layout built by Joel Nicholl. Joel’s model train layout features colour light signals, controlled by a set of switches, as well as working point motors. The rolling stock consist of diesel multiple units (DMU) and electric multiple units (EMU).
This is № 439 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This British model railway layout is based on the North Yorkshire market town of Knaresborough and has been constructed by Pete Goss.
This is № 435 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This is a micro model railway layout depicting the fictional town of Langley in 1949.
This is № 050 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This model railroad display was the largest DCC controlled model railroad layout in HO scale throughout Germany. There are 125 trains, freight cars, passenger cars and locomotives made by different manufacturers, for example, Marklin, Fleischmann and Roco. In addition, there are a big fun park, a large central station, a great port facility and many details.