This is № 527 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Once upon a time, there was an enormous steel bridge in Saxony, Germany, built in 1904 and used by the Saxon Narrow Gauge Railways. Jochen Klinger and Jens Petermann were so fascinated by the history of this bridge that they decided to rebuilt the bridge in 1/87 scale.
This is № 526 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. A famous model builder and book author in Germany is Dr. Franz Rittig. His model railroad layouts are always characterized by two features: On the one hand, he always focuses on the railroad history of Mecklenburg, and on the other hand, his model railway layouts are constructed in museum quality with loving details. As a historian, he has built this model train diorama, which depicts the post-war German Reich Railways.
This is № 525 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In Chile, Cristóbal Miranda built a superb model railroad layout in HO scale. His beautiful model train layout is called “Neupreussen Main Station” and measures about 2.60 x 1.95 meters. Because “Neupreussen Main Station” is supposed to be located in the border area between Germany and Austria, we see model locomotives and model trains of different railway companies. These model trains are made by the manufacturers Piko and Roco.
This is № 524 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, the model railroad club MTD Treinenclub from Edegem, Belgium, presents its superb model railway layout in HO scale. It is small L-shaped layout for shunting operations on a footprint of about 1.90 m x 0.90 m.
This is № 518 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Due to the main railway line, overhead lines, marshalling yard, fiddle yard, weathering on buildings and rolling stock, as well as an ingenious miniature car system based on Magnorail, Vincent Scholtze and Frodo Weidema have designed a superb model railroad layout in N scale on which steam locomotives, diesel locomotives and electric locomotives from Arnold and Hobbytrain run.
This is № 514 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. The absolutely amazing model railroad layout “Le Bassin”, created by model builders Wieger Pasman and Floris Dilz in HO scale, depicts the Liège steel industry in Belgium. In the 1980’s the steel industry was to change completely because many parts of the steelworks were shut down. A mystical atmosphere emerged and the steelworks seemed like a patchwork of active and abandoned industrial buildings. This atmosphere fascinated model railway enthusiasts Wieger Pasman and Floris Dilz so much that they decided to build a model rail layout illustrating the industrial buildings in the inner cities of Seraing and Ougrée.