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 № 507 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Trains and locomotives of the Deutsche Bahn AG, the national railway company of Germany, can also be found in Chile, namely on the wonderful HO scale model rail layout of Cristóbal Miranda, which has been named “Neupreussen Hbf” (New Prussia Main Station). In this video, Pilentum Television and Cristóbal have focused less on the overall presentation of the H0 gauge layout but more on rail traffic and on typical shunting operations that are common on the busy railway lines in New Prussia’s miniature world.
This is № 450 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This rail transport modeling video is dedicated to those who just want to see a lot of model trains running on a superb model railway layout. There are also those beloved miniature vehicles, known as the Faller Car System.
This is № 437 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This HO scale layout depicts the old railway station of Scherpenheuvel-Zichem, a city located in the province of Flemish Brabant in Belgium, and was built by the Belgian Modelspoorclub De Kempen.
This is № 428 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Today we are going to enjoy some Swiss trains. One of the most beautiful narrow-gauge model railway layouts is located inside the model railroad museum, called “Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg”, in Switzerland.
This is № 035 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This model railway is constructed in HO scale. There are trucks and cars known from the Faller car system, typical German landscapes and model trains with more than 3.50 meters in length. In total, more than 300 meters of railway tracks are in use. The entire model railway layout based on a digital control system made by Märklin.