This is № 501 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. There are many model trains on the stunning model railway layout built by the Northern Virginia Model Railroaders (NVMR). Therefore, in this video we discover as many scenes, buildings, bridges and trains as possible. The video includes three slide shows, numerous cab ride videos, special footage with passing steam locomotives, and offers many views of this impressive HO scale layout.
This is № 496 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video we discover one of these large, but lovingly built and weathered model train layouts that was built by the Northern Virginia Model Railroaders (NVMR). More than a hundred members use and maintain this large permanent HO scale layout.
This is № 491 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. This beautiful Märklin model railway layout was built by Josef Brandl and his colleagues Dieter Schubert and Wolfgang Spenger. In this video we take a cab ride through the miniature landscape of Austria.
This is № 490 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. From Russia with love comes this magical model train layout, which is called Show Model of the Golden Ring of Russia. This superb model railway exhibition is integrated in the fantastic model railroad museum that opened almost two years ago in the city of Yaroslavl. The model railroad in Yaroslavl, Russia, is one of the most modern, innovative and beautiful exhibitions for model railroading and railway modelling in the world.
This is № 487 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we focus on British railway modelling and we discover “Weston Interchange”, a 00 gauge modern image model railway layout. Track work is all code 75 by Peco. Pointwork is operated by MP5 slow action point motors. Also featuring working colour light signals. On the layout, there are a Bachmann class 158 GWR, a Bachmann class 153 FGW, a Dapol class 68 and a RealTrack class 143 in ATW. All locomotives and trains are sound fitted.
This is № 485 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Jürgen Preis used various kits from the manufacturers Auhagen, Faller, Kibri, etc. to build bridges, industrial plants, railway buildings and houses. He learned to weather buildings, vehicles and locomotives. Each kit was aged, patinated and weathered with additional paints, giving the model railway an even more realistic appearance. The model rail layout was built in less than three years.