This is № 566 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, Martin Kaselis presents his tiny world of T gauge model trains. The special feature of his model railway layout is not only the small scale, but also the highly technical drive system of the model trains, which is based on electromagnetic induction.
This is № 560 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. One of Germany’s most popular tourist attractions is an incredibly realistic miniature airport. Any passionate aviation geek will love this model airport, named Knuffingen International Airport, which is located at the fantastic Miniatur Wunderland. Words can’t do it justice, so check out Pilentum’s video and become a plane spotter.
This is № 559 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. The beautiful model railroad exhibition Mini World Lyon also features rail traffic between the border of France and Switzerland. In this border region, small narrow-gauge trains are mainly used to transport passengers and freight between small towns and villages in the Alps. The landscape design on the model train layout in 1/87 scale is overwhelming because narrow-gauge railways have to climb high mountains and pass through deep valleys.
This is № 558 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In every country there are artists and masters in the field of model railroading who have the ability to depict nature, trains, buildings, landscapes and rail traffic as realistically as possible in the model. In Germany, there was a model maker who was known throughout Europe. His name was Bernhard Stein, and this video presents one of his largest model railroad layouts in HO scale.
This is № 556 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Did you know that France consistently tops the list as the world’s most visited destination? France is not only one of the most visited travel destinations, but also one of the most beautiful themes for model railroading. French landscapes and French lifestyle inspired Jan van Remmerden to build a very realistic looking model railroad layout in O scale.
This is № 555 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Richard Kříž, a railway enthusiast from the Czech Republic, presents his tiny world of the smallest model trains in this video. His T gauge layout has a footprint of 2.0 x 0.5 meters only. He built everything else by hand.