This is № 511 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Sometimes model rail layouts are designed according to historical patterns. Usually the focus is on long-forgotten railway lines or on old locomotive sheds (“abandoned premises”), which are exactly modelled on the basis of old postcards and books. The members of the model railroading club “Modelspoorclub Het Spoor” from Sint-Niklaas in Belgium have taken up this challenge and constructed a high-precision replica of the Belgian railway line 127 and Braives railway station.
This is № 505 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, we discover a Spanish N scale model railroad layout built by Adrian from Barcelona, Spain. Adrian’s model train layout is only 2.50 m x 0.50 m, but still offers plenty of space for shunting and running model trains. The scenery is set on the Iberian Peninsula. Most of the time, locomotives and trains of the Spanish National Railway Network RENFE (“Red Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Españoles”) are in use.
This is № 483 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. If you like the big American steam locomotives, you will enjoy this model railroad video very much. This video is a memorial to the superb 3-rail O gauge railroad that was built by Norm Charbonneau more than 20 years ago. They were such beautiful moving pictures of steam locomotives and model trains that it would be a shame if this footage remained unseen.
This is № 481 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. If you’ve been around model railroading in O scale for a time, you’ve likely heard of Norm Charbonneau and his superbly detailed model railroad layout which was called “Greenbrook”. When you watch this video, then you will realize that it is a modeling masterpiece in O gauge. 100 percent of this layout has weathering effects ranging from a dusting of soot to a heavy cloak of grime.