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 № 515 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. The most beautiful inspirations for rail transport modeling, model railroads and model railways are often provided by Switzerland. Therefore, Rob de Vleeschhouwer and Wim Wijnhoud have modelled the railway infrastructure between the Swiss and German border. The model railway layout is called “Court du Bouton” and depicts the rail traffic of trains used by the German state railroads (DB) and the Swiss state railways (SBB).
This is № 508 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. At the model railway exhibition “Modeltrein Expo On TraXS 2022”, Evan Daes and his team presented a beautiful model railroad shunting layout in O scale that depicts the “Arbutus Corridor”, an industrial railway line on the outskirts of Vancouver on Canada’s West Coast. The O scale layout is eight meters long and it is actually a kind of a train shunting puzzle, also often called railroad switching puzzle or railway shunting puzzle.
This is № 455 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. The model railway layout in this video is reminiscent of the railway traffic of the Deutsche Reichsbahn in East Germany. This East German themed layout is called “Rossnitz Railway Station” and was built by Dennis van Wijk.
This is № 454 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. One special feature of Pilentum Television’s rail transport modeling videos are cab ride films. From the engine driver’s view, a model railroad layout looks like a real world.