The Kaeserberg Railway Foundation and its Model Railway Layout in HO scale
There is a fantastic model railway layout in Switzerland. It was built by the Kaeserberg Railway Foundation. The model railroad was built in 1:87 scale - both with normal track sections and with narrow track or gauge railways sections. These pictures were made with the very wide-angled Yi 4K camera to illustrate the enormous dimensions of the whole model train layout. The railroad system extends over three levels: On the lowest, first level there is a large shadow station, in which more than 300 trains and train combinations are stored. From there, the model trains are going the climb a 3.4 meter high track spiral to the main middle-level. On the second, middle level there are a big railway station as well as a goods and marshalling yard with container terminal and tank storage. Opposite the main station, there is a little village with two railway lines. While the one railway line runs over the large lattice bridge, the other railway line passes through the village. In total there are trains of the Swiss Federal Railroad as well as of the Rhaetian Railway. Please, enjoy the cab ride and the wide-angled field of view video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6QUjCYdZ0E. Note, the following pictures are saved in full view mode with 2,560 x 1,440 pixel. Click on the picture to enlarge them in a new window.