I believe Fasttrack switches and Atlas track were used.
More info here: http://www.spur-z-atelier.de/messestand-und-anlage/#moffat-tunnel
Thank you Kev!
Yes, I did find Ivan on shapeways and I am currently working on the USATC. Very nice, and with a bit of sanding (on the chassis)...
Nice modules! Detail photos available?
Larry’s forumname is eXact Modellbau.
Check also this earlier thread on the Pennzee’s:...
The website is Larry’s, a German genius. He’s on this forum once in a while, mainly working on German early era locos and wagons. @CNE1899 you...
Hi, some more cents here:
- consider bringing the elevation not in the left hand corner, but somewhere in the middle... A range of mountains that...
Anyone familiar with the likes of this 0-6-0 steam loco?
It's a War Dept loc from 1943, remained in Holland after the war, was used for a...
Hi all, like the collective research that's being done here... (y)
For track plans and info, check David K Smith's website:...
Try Anyrail. There is a tryout version. And it is available swedish, too :-)
Take a look at the NEM as well, if you like (NEM = norms for European modelrailroads):...
A nice and doable method seems to be presented here:
And even if you are not planning a waterarea on your layout, this happy Swede is just...
The 3 mm works just fine on this test setup, and the tension feels about right. However I have not put them to the reality test since my old...
Hi, I did a little test and took step by step pictures. Might be helpful, take a look:
This is a lovely micro layout:
Or use these as templates:
Nice video, Jürgen. Love the oil (?) storage location and the corona garage. I see Marty parked Doc's Delorean in the parking lot!
..or etched…. ?
I agree with Robert, there's two things that keep this kit from being an absolute topmodel: the roof parts and the windows...
Love what you did...