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 № 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 № 502 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this cab ride video, we discover both the Swiss model railway layout and the Italian model railroad layout at the world’s largest model train exhibition, called “Miniatur Wunderland” in Hamburg, Germany. The camera train meets oncoming model trains and finally arrives at the large central station of the city of Rome, called “Stazione Ferroviaria Roma Termini”
This is № 477 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. We discover a work of art in the field of model railroading or railway modelling. In this video, we enjoy one of the finest Swiss model railway layouts. This Swiss model railroad was constructed by the British model maker Brian Rodham.
This is № 458 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this model railway video, we can enjoy a superb narrow gauge layout as well as great locos and trains of the former “Furka Oberalp Railway” in Switzerland, which today operates as the “Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn”.
This is № 449 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Probably one of the most precise model railway layouts in the world is located in the Kaeserberg rail museum in Switzerland. Inside this Swiss miniature world, there are two kilometres of tracks in HO scale.