This is № 546 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. The Miniature Wonderland is the largest permanent model railway exhibition in the world. It is one of Germany’s famous tourist attractions. On more than 1,600 square meters a unique masterpiece of HO scale models has been created in approximately 1,050,000 working hours. Miniature cars and model ships move through the landscapes, and even aeroplanes take off every minute at the magnificent model airport. The Miniature Wonderland offers so many attractions, that you cannot discover anywhere else in the world.
This is № 494 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover the beautiful model railway layout built by Renaud Yver in 1/87 scale. The rail model is called “Luzy” and it is a reproduction of an imaginary railway line in the South East of France in the 1960s. There are many SNCF steam locomotives and old train compositions.
This is № 486 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In a basement room, a club has installed several modules in a row to form a medium-sized club layout. A total of 30 railway modules are currently available. In addition, numerous train sets are available. The landscape was inspired by the history of mining, mine railways and the steel industry.
This is № 464 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In the north of the Netherlands, near the town of Leek, there is a beautiful model railway layout built by the Dutch model train club, called Modelspoorgroep Nienoord. The miniature world has been built in HO scale.
This is № 462 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This French model railway layout has been built by Alexandre Forquet. The model train layout includes a terminus, a depot for steam locos and diesel locomotives and a station set in a small village.
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.