Interesting Links to Garden Railways, Getting Started and Miniature Worlds

  • German Wonderland: Man's skill and imagination at work.

    This is well worth a 4-5 minutes viewing.
    Remember the two brothers, in Germany, who had a wonderful model railway that was something to see?
    This is an update for their German Wonderland.
    There have been little clips about this place for the past few years. It was started by two brothers as a place to show their hobby, it started growing by leaps & bounds.
    Soon they were joined by other 'Model Railroad Clubs' and other craftsmen. Some were electricians, model makers Carpenters, computer programmers.
    Their wives would stop by to see what they were doing and usually bring them a lunch.
    One thing led to another. Three of the ladies had worked at a bakery, several visitors would ask if they had a snack bar. The idea was planted; some of the carpenters came and built a nice restaurant area for the bakery and a kitchen too. If the fresh, Coffee smell didn't get you, then the bakery definitely would. This was about 5 years ago. One of the Breweries came and furnished all of the tables and chairs, serving counter and, etc. Their latest finished area is the airport. Planes look like they are flying and landing.  Remember this is all a model!
  • Ever see a train lay new track over the removed existing track?This is what is happening from Chicago to St. Louis for the high speed rail. The road bed was raised 13 inches to accommodate the new high speed rail line between St. Louis, MO and Chicago, IL. There are only two of these track laying machines in the world, one here and one in Europe.
  • Sponsor and Member Kevin King's Pamak Hobbies specialise in large scale (G scale) trains.
  • Sponsor and Member Rod Williamson's G Scale Hobbies for design and installation of G gauge railways.
  • There is now a listing in Wikipedia for Garden Railway, with lots of links to further related articles.


Page Last Updated: 16 May 2017