Modellbahn Köln
35th International exhibition for model railways and accessories
15.–18. NOVEMBER 2018 COLOGNE
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At the International Model Railway Exhibition the focus is on practical experience. Come to the free forum and can learn about new products and complex solutions regarding current model railway topics. Short lectures packed with interesting content await you. The modelling forum offers a wide variety of topics presented by competent...
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The inventor and presenter of the popular TV series "Eisenbahn-Romantik", Hagen von Ortloff is coming to Int. Modell Railways Exhibition Cologne. On Thurstday, Friday and Saturday, 15./16./17. Nov. 2018 from 12.15 pm onwards he will be present at the stand of publisher Verlagsgruppe Bahn for an autograph session.
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Gauge IIm: Cross-border light railway "Romantic Europe" IIm or "G" is the gauge used by the Gartenbahner Südwest club. As the name suggests, model railways in this gauge can usually be found out in the open, or more specifically, in gardens. The theme of their layout is the good old days...
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Gauge I: Grömlitz Station and Kringsstadt Main Station This circular layout presents a main and branch line with the attractive four-track Grömlitz Station and three-track main line station Kringsstadt, each measuring around 13 metres in length. In the foreground is the impressive 3 metre long double-track Hohenzollern Bridge. Parallel to...
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Gauge 0: Vivat Viaduct model railway The layout is an oval, so fiddle yards are not necessary. Long trains can run around the track and be seen from all sides. The railway depicts a single branch line in era II-IV. The line was enlivened by creating three viaducts: one in...
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Gauge H0: Main line in era IV The layout depicts a single-track main line in era IV, with a marshalling hump at the centre of attention. This is supplied with incoming trains from a fiddle yard. The wagons are rolled over the hump and then sorted into connecting trains. These...
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Gauge TT: Railway layout "Am Saaleck" This layout in gauge TT, scale 1:120, represents the German Reichsbahn era IV. It depicts an actual existing landscape, route 600 Halle/Saale to Erfurt, which includes Bad Kösen and Grossheringen, and the Saale valley with the two castles Rudelsburg and Burg Saaleck. The layout...
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Gauge N: Interactive narrow and standard gauges The module layout consists in total of over 140 modules in scale 1:160. The single and double tracks are over 120 metres long. The layout boasts 4 stations with trains in prototypical length. The layout includes a bridge with mixed-gauge 3-line track. The...
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Gauge Z: Several layouts in gauge Z at IMA Cologne 2018 Nostalgic railway This layout is being presented for the first time although it was built in 1985.   In those days accessories for scale Z were very rare and with just a transformer and 3 trains in automatic mode the model had...
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The funfair layout has about 100,000 SMDs in various colours and also several dozen running light boards. The whole effect is an unparalleled sea of twinkling lights. The fairground rides are fitted with motors and function just like the real thing. Numerous little details and quirky scenes mean there is...
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In 2013 the Cologne-Bonn railway club had the spontaneous idea of building a child-friendly module layout on the basis of a wooden railway. The railway should demonstrate the functions of a real railway, but in a suitable way for children. A first model railway table was constructed as a prototype...
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Small is beautiful: This model railway sits on the loading surface of a Piaggio Ape. The layout is equipped with 20 attractions, which can be activated by children at the touch of a button. There is a railway, a cyclist, an ambulance rushing to an accident and many more highlights...
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Information Railway Modelling

  • Application model railway layouts in all gauges