Oct 16, 2007
Fantastic theme, great implementation!
WOW!!! Now that was impressive! Well done!
Love the look of it!
Fantasy Fantastic Fun
I’d like to see the production how-to !!!
Great effects. Even the signs blow in the ‘wind’
I found some z scale while lurking around Youtube. This video has some Euro and US z-scale starting 4 minutes in.
In the last weeks there was a privat meeting of the US Z Liners in a smal town in the Fichtelgebirge.
Peter Simon show his modules in 2 room.
Also where there a RHB Layout an some fair modules. On a wonderfull sunday we travel to the Fichtelgebirge
and here is the video (only sunday)
Great modules and great video. Do you have any information about the signals on some of the modules?
Hello Svein-Martin, thanks for the praise. You can find information about the technology behind the signals on my homepage. Sadly only in German. https://www.z220bahner.de/Spur-Z-Basteleien
That last scene at night, awesome!
all the modules are from Peter Simon,
look at the HP and ask him ;-)
So here is another video with the Big Boy and Challenger. Unfortunately, the cell phone that was used to film is a bit older, you can see it too. Hence the quality is not that good.
I came across some Z Scale on youtube..
Wow, that's some nice modeling with lots of details, and all the lighting everywhere is awesome!
Lazing on a sunday afternoon…. came across these two nice YT clips of a shorty layout. I don’t care too much for shorties to be honest but on this little layout they seem quite nice.
Here is a video of layout.
However, bevor you listen the it you should be familiar with the track plan:
The video is divided into two parts. It provides typical train operations.
There are 6 trains on the layout, located at begin of the video at following places:
V200 with freigth train at Wintersdorf freight track
Express train carriages at Wintersdorf platform track, the engine BR18 is still in the depot
BR03 with local train at Wintersdorf platform track
BR50 with freight train parked in the lower reversing loop
V100 with push-pull train in the dead end track of the reversing loop
BR38 with a slow train in the right loop of the main line
The slow train is the main actor of the video. You will follow its journey through the entire layout. In part 1 it switches from the main line to the branch line, reaches Rodach and disappears in the tunnel to the hidden reverse loop. The other trains start one after the other to the main line, until four of them are turning their loops automatically. This is end of part 1.
While the four trains continue running on the main line, the push-pull train arrives at Rodach. Also the slow train arrives Rodach and continues to travel to Wintersdorf. After arrival the engine BR38 is disconnects. The BR24 leaves the depot through the turntable, couples to the train and takes over service.