“Krumme Fohre” – shelf switching on 210 x 45 cm

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..that´s all – really! “Krumme Fohre” a little big layout

No space – no model railroading? If you think so, there is good news for you! Even a gauge 0 layout (1:43,5 or 1:45 if you want) fits into tiny space. And 210 x 45 cm (6,9 x 1,5 ft for our friends from oversea) is really tiny, isn´t it? 0,94 squaremeters of model railroad will probably find a place in a small living room as well. You don´t have to build a new house nor to kick your kids out to generate space for a model railroad. What about time and money? Ok…it depends. Certainly it´s possible to spend a lot of your salary and most of your free time for model railroading. If you want…and if there are no other hobbies like family or traveling you may do so. If not, try a compact layout or micro layout, how the late king of compact railroading, Carl Arendt, named it. For sure your roommates will thank you…

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…ok, you´ve seen it already…but not in colour…

You are not yet convinced that compact railroading is best for you? Ok, I will try my very best…First have a look on some more impressions of “Krumme Fohre”.

Hmm…only two points and four tracks. Obviously “Krumme Fohre” is not a busy big city terminus. Short trains, some Diesels and a handful of grotty freight cars – enough rolling stock to have a lot of fun. What you perhaps have recognized already – “Krumme Fohre” is designed after Ian Wright´s famous “Inglenook layout“. That means, there is a lot of work for the switchman. If you want to learn more about “Krumme Fohre”, please stay tuned…

See you…at “Krumme Fohre”!
Alex

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