On a model railway layout a staging yard or a fiddle yard is a collection of model railway tracks that are invisible to a viewer and this yard allows trains to be stored. Often these tracks at the fiddle yard are required to allow most model railways to be operated in a realistic manner, because model trains can be rearranged by lifting them off the track and replacing them. Pilentum Television is presenting in this movie a cab ride on a beautiful 1 gauge or 1 scale model railway layout.
It's hard enough to build a model railway layout in H0. It's even more difficult to build a model train layout in 1 Gauge. But in this film, Pilentum Television presents one of the finest and largest model railroad layouts in 1 scale.
This is a fantastic model train layout: The model railway about the "Golden Pass Panoramic Train" in H0m gauge. In reality, there is the "Golden Pass Railway Line" between Lucerne and Montreux in Switzerland. It is one of the most famous railway journeys in the world. Because this railroad is so beautiful, a model building club from the Netherlands was creating the whole layout as a module system for model trains in narrow gauge mode.
1928, a German engineer was building this model train layout in O scale. He wanted to take this model railway layout to be exhibited at fairgrounds. Remember, at that time there was no possibility to buy trains, locomotives or rails. So everything on this model railroad layout was created by hand. The whole layout was always increased. There were added more steam locomotives, more tracks and more buildings. Until 1975, this model train setup was exhibited at the Berlin Christmas Market (West Berlin). Then it was sold to an amusement park. In this amusement park this film recordings were made (narrow-gauge film). Today, this model railway still exists and it is the oldest model railroad in O gauge in Europe. Sorry about the poor film quality, but it was filmed with an amateur camera from the 1970's.
It's a beautiful model train layout in HO scale made by the model train club Groep BCN from Holland. The model railway layout is presenting not only the Dutch landscape, but also the Dutch locomotives. The train modules are based on digital command control (DCC).
In Switzerland there are beautiful railway lines. And, a model train club from Holland was modelling this amazing railroad in narrow gauge HO scale. Pilentum was filming this model railroad layout driving along the track with a camera car.
At the model railway exhibition, called Intermodellbau Dortmund, the company Rautenhaus Digital was presenting this beautiful demonstration layout of a model railway in N gauge with full digital command control. A small but a fine model railway layout. Since 1993 Rautenhaus deals with model railroad technology, especially in the field of developing and manufacturing components for digital model train control systems.
This is a beautiful model railway layout in this film. But in reality, this model train layout in HO scale consists of seven model train modules. These modules are a piece of a large model railroad layout in H0 scale. Pilentum was filming every single model railroading module from different camera angles. In the film, there are many famous locomotives of the German Federal Railways, amazing steam locomotives with digital sound and steam effects and many beautiful scenes that happen in everyday life. A special attraction is the roundhouse, but also the marshalling yard.
In 1957 Krupp delivered two steam locomotives on the German Federal Railroad, which were provided with type numbers 10 001 and 10 002. While the locomotive 10 001 was initially operated by coal fire, locomotive 10 002 worked with oil firing. In the film, a model railway loco is seen.
This is a beautiful model railway. The special feature of this model train layout is that it was built by a 14-year-old boy. The model railway offers on a few square meters an impressive array of small scenes and details. You notice that the builder has worked with heart and soul. The model railway based on the 3-wire AC system by Marklin. There are 400 figures, 200 trees, 70 model cars and 45 meters of track. Currently there are 25 train cars and 10 locomotives.
The model railway layout or model train layout is a replica of a small railway station in the 1950ies. This exhibition layout and model railroad layout was built in very realisic and original way. The tracks and the landscape profile are built on Styrodur. Behind the model railway is a staging yard. As background panoramic images were used, which were installed on the rear wall of the railway system. Model builder is a German model railway club. It is difficult to tell the difference between the exhibition layout and the original landscape.
This model train club is called Association for the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Railway History and was founded in 1962. The association has built a lot of model trains, modular layouts and model railroad layouts. Their layouts were always a replica of the Berlin Underground and the Berlin railway history. The model railroad club operates a suburban railway system, two-track and single-track module layouts. This film presents the large two-track modular model railroad layout in HO with tram, roundhouse, bridges, stations, tunnels, etc.
It's a Marklin Model Train Layout built by German railway enthusiasts in HO scale. The layout was created as a portable model railway layout system with four modules, each 1.6 m length x 1.6 m width. There are German locomotives and a landscape from the the 1950ies.
Do you say LEGO Train, LEGO model railroad or LEGO railway? Anyway, it's a big LEGO city, which was presented at a German model building exhibition or modelling fair. There are more than 30 square meters with more than 1.6 million LEGO bricks. It's a small town with railway stations, airport, castle, football stadium, harbor, etc.
A gorgeous model railway layout was built by Willi Rutz from Switzerland. Sometimes this model railroad layout is named as the Furka Pass or Oberalp Mountain Pass Train or as Model Train Station Gletsch in H0m Scale. HOm means narrow gauge or narrow gauge railway. The model railway presents the famous narrow gauge railway system along the Furka Oberalp Mountain in Switzerland. The model train layout is a detailed replica of the Gletsch Station. All buildings, roads and railway tracks were created by hand. Train controlling is based on Zimo radio control panels; furthermore there are products and locomotives of HAPO, BEMO, Shinohara, Sommerfeld, STL, Motreno, Fulgurex and Ferro Suisse.
It's a model train layout in N scale or N gauge, presented by the members of a German model railroading club. The members are always building their model railroad as a modular system, also known as FREMO module layout. It's a fine model railway layout.
It's a cute model train layout in HO Scale. It's only a small railway track on which a funny steam locomotive is driving on.
Some video footage of Germany's big exhibition about live steam and real steam model trains and model railroad layouts.
Model trains and model railroading, for example, in HO scale or in N scale, are very fine. But there is another world with much bigger locomotives that is not less beautiful. We are talking about the 5 inch track and 7¼ inch gauge. In this video, Pilentum presents the world's largest indoor live steam or real steam model railroad meeting. At that model railroad exhibit, there are steamships, steam engines, steam model engineering, steam-powered road vehicles and steam locomotives. on the world's largest indoor 5 inch layout, with a total track length of almost 6 kilometers, there are the finest live steam and real steam model trains. And, there are really big model locos. Enjoy watching this unique atmosphere and listening to these noises.
This N Scale or N Gauge model train layout is based on Fleischmann trains, locomotives and tracks. It's a model railway built as modular layout by a Dutch model train club. The members of this model railroad club only concentrate on the model railway system of Fleischmann. On the model railroad layout, there are many buildings from Holland, for example, the automatic drawbridge or a beautiful replica from Leiden Centraal railway station in the Netherlands.
This model railroad layout was made by Dutch model railroaders. They presented their railroad layout at the great model railway exhibition Eurospoor in Utrecht, Netherlands. The model railway layout presentes several Dutch landscapes and was constructed as modular model railroad. There are trains and locomotives in HO scale made by Marklin, Roco and Fleischmann.
This beautiful model railway layout was built in HO scale or H0 gauge and presents the Dutch city Zevenbergen in the period 1920-1950. Zevenbergen became famous because of its sugar factory. The whole model train layout is constructed as a modular railroad system. The harvest of sugar beet is presenting on the whole model railroad. Sugar beets are harvested in the fields and then moved by rail through the village to the big sugar factory. A special of the model railway might be the detailed implementation of a swing bridge over the river. There are also a small port with ships, a Dutch Shepherd industrial locomotive and locomotives from Roco, Lima, Fleischmann and Piko. The model trains are digitally controlled via Intellibox software.
For many years the members of the Dutch model railroad club were building their model train layout in HO scale. The layout is completely digitally controlled via RocRail software. The model railway is based on Dutch trains and presenting different eras of the Dutch railway history. On the middle module there is a city with central station, passenger and freight trains. On the right module there is a small harbor and a fiddle yard as well as a reconstruction of the railway bridge in Rotterdam. On the left module a copy of Valkenburg rail station is presented. In addition, there are bus and tram lines. It's a beautiful model train layout in H0 scale.
This model railroad layout in N Scale or N Gauge was built from a Dutch model railroad club. It is a modular model train layout with bridges, several railway stations and a lot of railway tracks. There are Dutch locomotives, particularly electric locomotives and diesel locomotives and passenger cars and freight trains.
This model railroad layout was built as a modular railway layout by a Dutch model train club. That railroad club does exist for more than 55 years and operates only Marklin model trains. The layout in HO scale, its trains and locomotives are controlled by Marklin decoder and Viessmann decoder in digital mode.
This model train layout is built in HO scale. It is based on trains and locomotives made by Marklin. The railroad layout was presented at the great model railway exhibition Eurospoor in Utrecht, Netherlands. Therefore, the railroad display was constructed as a modular railway layout.
This model railway layout is designed as a modular system in N scale. It was built by a railway club from France. The members of that railway club have focused entirely on the N scale. On this modular model train system, there are the TGV and other French locomotives and trains.
This model railroad layout was built by the Beneluxspoor Group from Belgium. There are several sections or in various dioramas in HO scale. Each model railroad display presents a different scenery, such as Germany or Great Britain. The disadvantage is, however, that any model train of the layout is driving through the several landscapes, for example, a German passenger train is crossing a small English town. This does not reflect reality. But it is still a pretty nice model railroad.
In this video, Pilentum presents the beautiful LGB model railroad layout which was built by the members of the Dutch railway club, NZH Hobbyclub Modelspoor Modelbouw in Haarlem, Netherlands. The model train layout was presented at the great model railway exhibition Eurospoor in Utrecht, Netherlands. There are special scale models, locomotives and trains driving on that model railway layout in G scale.
In this video, Pilentum presents the modular model railroad layout made by the members of a Dutch railway club. There are steam locomotives in 1 scale made by Marklin and KM1. The steam locos are equipped with sound decoders and with steam generators.
The smallest scale in model railroading might be Z scale. And, in this video an amazing model railroad layout constructed in Z scale is presented. Unfortunately, the locomotives and trains are so small that Pilentum unfortunately could not film in detail.
This model railroad layout is called "Braggels Baenke" and it was built by the members of the Dutch model railroad club Modelspoor Vereniging Midden Limburg. The construction is made like a diorama presenting the atmosphere of the early times when steam trains and steam locomotives were used in the Netherlands. On this railroad display, steam locomotives drive along a river, transport goods to the terminal or pick them up.