This is № 551 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In this video, scenic masters Marcel Ackle from Switzerland and Claude Fandel from Luxembourg present their very beautiful 1/35 scale model diorama depicting field railways. It is a three-dimensional work of art. You don’t know where to look first because the model train diorama is so detailed.
This is № 539 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. A true master of model making and scratch building is Samuel de Zutter from Belgium. His latest O scale train layout, called “Old England”, depicts a narrow-gauge railway located somewhere in an English village.
This is № 534 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Kim Marsh, who lives in Australia, has an extraordinary talent for creating intricate miniature models. At the National Railway Museum in the Netherlands in March 2023 Kim Marsh presented his latest and very Queensland based model train diorama that is called “Sandy Hollow”. With fascinating attention to detail, the master craftsman combined a variety of materials and utilised complex techniques to design and shape this micro model.
This is № 529 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In France, there is a rail transport modeling club, called “Club de Modélisme Multi-Discipline Escadrille Saint Michel”, that has focused on narrow gauge field railways of East Germany.
This is № 510 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. At the On TraXS 2022 model train show, Jan van Remmerden presented his latest O scale layout called “Montereau”. Once again he picks up the French flair and has built a market place on a footprint of only one square meter, where a narrow-gauge branch line has a terminus.
This is № 508 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. At the model railway exhibition “Modeltrein Expo On TraXS 2022”, Evan Daes and his team presented a beautiful model railroad shunting layout in O scale that depicts the “Arbutus Corridor”, an industrial railway line on the outskirts of Vancouver on Canada’s West Coast. The O scale layout is eight meters long and it is actually a kind of a train shunting puzzle, also often called railroad switching puzzle or railway shunting puzzle.