In this video, we discover one of these model rail layouts in TT scale that depicts the East German Railways. The layout was specially constructed for exhibitions and consists of two sections visible to the audience. Both sections are arranged as a double shelf layout.
This is № 509 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Model builders Yannick De Vynck and Dirk Colman presented a historically accurate replica of the Belgian railway line 12 at Heide station in the Belgian municipality of Kalmthout in the province of Antwerp. The model railway layout in HO scale was designed to represent the beginning of the 20th century, when steam locomotives and steam trains still were in service.
This is № 504 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. It is time to discover model trains from North America, namely from Canada. Therefore, we discover one of the largest model railway layouts in O scale, built by the Model Railroad Club of Toronto. All aboard! Let’s discover the famous Central Ontario Railway during a cab ride video layout tour.
This is № 495 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In model railroading there is a special type of scale models, which is represented far too rarely. There are far too few model railroad layouts depicting trams, trolleys, streetcars and light rail. Therefore, in this video we will look at a miniature world dedicated exclusively to public transport in N scale.
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 № 449 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Probably one of the most precise model railway layouts in the world is located in the Kaeserberg rail museum in Switzerland. Inside this Swiss miniature world, there are two kilometres of tracks in HO scale.