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.
This is № 504 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. It is time to discover model trains from North America, namely from Canada. Therefore, we discover one of the largest model railway layouts in O scale, built by the Model Railroad Club of Toronto. All aboard! Let’s discover the famous Central Ontario Railway during a cab ride video layout tour.
This is № 503 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Sometimes it is unbelievable what masterpieces of art are created in model railroading. If model railroad layouts look like a work of art, then these miniature worlds definitely need to be presented on Pilentum Television. However, have you ever heard of the Maeklong Railway Market in Thailand or the Ga Long Bien Railway Station in Vietnam? In this video, we discover an Asian model train diorama that features scratch building, weathering and lovely details. Overloaded trucks, funny transport vehicles, loving details and the rickety streetcar perfectly complete the Asian diorama.
This is № 500 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. At the great model railway exhibition named On TraXS 2022 in the Netherlands, Samuel de Zutter and Valentijn van der Haegen presented their detailed On30 model train diorama that takes the viewer to Cuba. You have to look twice or three times closely to discover the many small details on the model railway layout. Of course, it should not go unmentioned that Samuel and Valentijn are true experts in scratch building, i.e. they do not use prefabricated parts or kits. They are experts of building scale models from scratch, i.e. from raw materials, rather than building it from a commercial kit, kitbashing or buying it pre-assembled. Therefore, the small their O scale diorama, which has been given the name “Cubana”, is a testimony to a lot of tinkering and creativity.
This is № 492 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. Rail transport modeling in Germany is closely associated with those steam locomotives and diesel locos of the former state railroad (German Federal Railway) from the 1960's. Therefore, there are many model railroading enthusiasts who recreate that romantic era. The rail diorama we see in this video follows this railway modelling philosophy and depicts a small station in Germany where a lot of freight traffic is handled.
This is № 484 of Pilentum's model railroad videos. In addition to the extremely realistic model trains of modern times, there are also old tinplate toy trains. In this short video, we see the model railroad layout that was assembled by Scott Long. He prefers standard gauge but has some o gauge. The trains are reproductions of Lionel Prewar standard gauge trains made by MTH Electric Trains.