This is № 488 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Steam locomotives, diesel locomotives, and electric locomotives have plenty of room on this beautiful Marklin model railroad layout to simulate the typical operations of the German Federal Railroad. The centerpiece of the HO scale model railroad layout is a double-track main line with a branch line leading to Lindental Station.
This is № 485 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Jürgen Preis used various kits from the manufacturers Auhagen, Faller, Kibri, etc. to build bridges, industrial plants, railway buildings and houses. He learned to weather buildings, vehicles and locomotives. Each kit was aged, patinated and weathered with additional paints, giving the model railway an even more realistic appearance. The model rail layout was built in less than three years.
This is № 470 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video Pilentum Television presents a German model railway layout, which contains so many beautiful details that you can’t believe your eyes.
This is № 466 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Where can you find a German model railway layout with prototypical trains, working catenary and correct railway signals and signs? You will find that on Cristóbal Miranda’s superb HO scale layout in Santiago de Chile.
This is № 465 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this rail transport modeling video, we discover the very large model railway layout of the German city of Stuttgart. This miniature world built in N scale is the life’s work of Wolfgang Frey.
This is № 461 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Enjoy a model train cab ride as an engine driver on a very large model railway layout built on Märklin rails. While using Pilentum’s train camera, we travel through a German model landscape. From the locomotive’s view, we see many other trains, for example freight trains, passenger trains and high-speed trains. The layout has been built as a so-called dog bone layout made for a very long circuit.