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A train heads over the substantial railway bridge(s) as one of the cargo barges sails underneath at Kayreuth.

 

A fictional location set in North Rhine Westfalen in Germany.

2mm N Gauge 1.148 scale, around the year 2000 period.

Kayreuth is a A freelance model railway modelled on the North Rhine Westphalia area of Germany.

 

1:160 Scale, Continental N Gauge .

Seen at Angmering Moel Railway Show 2017.

RD12012. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

RD12013. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

RD12014. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

RD12015. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

RD12016. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

RD12011. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

RD12017. Over the weekend of 12th/13th September, 2015 the Railway Enthusiasts' Club of Farnborough ran their annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Leisure Centre in Woking. If you didn't go, you missed a jolly good show!

 

One of the most impressive layouts was this sizeable 'N' Gauge offering called Kayreuth. It depicts the Hauptbahnhof (main station) of a large imaginary German town in Nordrhein-Westfalen and it kept me captivated for hours!

 

Sunday, 13th September, 2015. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

Dit jaar weer naar Rail geweest. De modelbanen leken nu meer verdeeld over de hallen en zo ontstond er meer afwisseling tussen de modelbanen en verkoopkraampjes. Om eerlijk te zijn vond ik Rail dit jaar iets tegenvallen. Veel banen zijn al bij eerdere edities te zien geweest, er zaten schitterende banen tussen, maar niet alles kon mij bekoren. En ook het aantal banen leek minder dan voorgaande jaren. Toch ben ik samen met mijn vader zeven uur onder de pannen geweest. Veel gezien, gesnuffeld en gefotografeerd.

 

This year I went to Rail again. The layouts seemed to be more divided over the three halls. This resulted in a bigger variation between layouts and sales stalls. To be honest I, found Rail a bit disappointing this year. Many layouts have been shown in previous editions, there were beautiful layouts, but not everything appealed to me. And also the number of layouts seemed less than previous years. Still, I spend seven hours with my father at Rail. Seen a lot, photographed a lot and spend some time trying to find models for my N-gauge layout.

London Festival of Railway Modelling, Alexandra Palace, London, UK... 24mar2012

A fictional large town in the Ruhr area of Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany. It is a dormatory town by the River Lippe and Wesel Datteln canal close to heavily industrialised towns and cities. There is a 4 track mainline and 3 branch lines. [Ian Hogben]