This is № 565 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover Arnold’s beautiful 1/32 scale model railroad layout filmed by the DJI Osmo Pocket Camera. Arnold is a fanatic model railway enthusiast living in The Hague, Netherlands. He loves running and watching his gauge 1 steam locomotives and diesel locomotives over the almost 12.5 meter x 5.5 meter model rail layout.
This is № 545 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Rail traffic experts notice it immediately: Trains running on the left side, high mountains in the background and a very unique construction of the overhead lines. Yes, we are in Switzerland! Or, to be more accurate: We are in the brand new miniature world of Switzerland, called Smilestones.
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 № 541 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Pit Karges built a model train layout in HO scale (1/87) of a famous Luxembourgian railway line. In Luxembourg, this railroad line is called the “North Line” or “Linn Lëtzebuerg - Ettelbréck - Elwen - Belsch Grenz” (“Ligne Luxembourg - Ettelbruck - Troisvierges - Frontière Belge). The Luxembourgian miniature world consists of an electrified, double-track main line. In addition, there is a switch between both tracks to allow track changes. Furthermore, there are first-class modelled trees and bushes, a level crossing and a large cornfield. Finally, the rolling stock has been weathered. All in all, Pit Karges has hidden so many details on his train layout that you have to look twice or three times to explore everything.
This is № 536 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Dutch railway modeller Thom Raven recreated the old central station of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The shape of the model railroad layout is remarkable: It is actually a kind of a model railway shelf layout consisting of four sections that additionally includes a highly detailed city edge layout.
This is № 530 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we are visiting Marcel Segal’s model railroad workshop. At the moment, he is designing a very large modular model train layout, which will later measure 12 x 3 meters.