This is № 547 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. The two model railway enthusiast Jens Petermann and Jochen Klinger wanted to show the special feature of the different gauge of the Pressnitz Valley Railway on their model railway layout. Therefore, they rebuilt the station of the community of Steinbach on two 1.25 x 0.6 meter railway modules in order to depict the historical railroad operations.
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 № 540 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover a small but very beautiful model railroad layout in HO scale built by Alan Jockmans. The focus of the filigree and detailed built miniature world is on a relaxing landscape with a simple track layout.
This is № 539 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. A true master of model making and scratch building is Samuel de Zutter from Belgium. His latest O scale train layout, called “Old England”, depicts a narrow-gauge railway located somewhere in an English village.
This is № 537 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. For many of us, Italian trains and railways always give a feeling of being on vacation in Italy. The Dutch model railroader Maurice Kleverwal probably felt the same way when he was thinking about which theme he should realize in a model railroad diorama.
This is № 535 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover the fabulous model train layout built in HO scale by Gerrit Schoenmaker. The model railway reflects the 1950’s and 1960’s when Boston and Maine Railroad was important for freight traffic for the local industry and for passenger train service in the region. The model railroad called “Cold Water Junction”, designed to teach viewers about U.S. railroad history, was presented during the prominent exhibition “Modeltrein Expo On traXS” at the National Railway Museum of the Netherlands in Utrecht.