Impressions of Modellbau Bodensee 2008

Beside models of ships, boats, cars and airplanes this show was also presenting several model railroad layouts. Ok, most of them were not Z scale, but also the large scales have character...

A tank loco model of a DB class 86 in scale 1.

At the same layout these two large steamer are awaiting their next assignment.

A mining diarama lyaout was showing a lot of details.

This G scale layout was proving an interesting view into the loco shed.

The Modellbahn Neupetershain in LGB had also a garden model railroad.

A large live steam model of the turbine loco T18 002 at the Dampffreunde Friedrichshafen.

The Team 750 ran this scratch build diesel car on their modular H0e layout. They ran schedules with a fast clock.

Another combined passenger and freight train is approaching the fotographer.

A Dutch layout showed this bridge. The bridge was able to open and close. Layout of N-Spoor Nijmegen.

Now we are watching the only Z scale layout at the fair. You could run nearly your entire Z scale collection simultaniously! More than 8 indipendent circles are installed.

Winter at the layout of MEC St. Valentin, Austria.

Finally the train arrives, the ski tourists will soon enter the warm cars.

A rural station at the former GDR.

A lonesome IFA truck rolls through the village.

Bemo was presenting their products at this nice layout.

A quite compact layout in N-scale, consisting of only two completely installed segment boxes was making appetite on a trip to Norway.

A skandinavian ensemble at the layout of Layout EBF Kahlgrund.

Despite (or even due to) the simplicity of the track plan this layout is atmosophericly dense!

Countryside in Western Germany in the 1960s at the Beuth layout.

A small engine shop was also part of this layout.



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