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 № 523 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In Budapest, the capital of Hungary, there is a small model railway shop that has built a pretty nice model rail layout in HO scale for the presentation of new model trains and scale models. But very often the model railroad layout is used for playing with steam locomotives and enjoying railway operating sessions.
This is № 517 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Marcin Turko and the Polish model railroading group “Polska Makieta Modułowa H0” have built an extremely realistic reproduction of the railway traffic of the Polish State Railways (PKP). The HO scale layout represents the time of the 1960’s and 1970’s, when steam locomotives and rail buses of the “Polskie Koleje Państwowe” (Polish State Railways) were still in use.
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 № 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 № 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.