The Worlds Largest Model RR Layout in the World

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  1. syscom3

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    Good god almighty, I need to go here and see this in person!

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    OMG! I wanna work there!!!!!
     
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    man that was AWESOME!!!
    spectacular find my friend
     
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    :shock: Imagine having the money and space to do something similar! :shock:
     
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    That's freaking incredible!
     
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    That is really something. While watching I noted there was no airport....
    but that's coming !! I don't suppose that was there when I was in Hamburg
    in 1960. Would have been worth a day's liberty to see that.

    Charles
     
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    All I can say is WWWOOOWWW!

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    We need to get one of our forum regulars that resides in Germany to go and see it and take more pics.
     
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    Hi
    About all I can say also is WoooooooooW

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    Woa!

    What an incredible setup!

    My Uncle had a house built around his American Flyer collection (A.C. Gilbert - S gauge) and layout, complete with a downtown park sporting a Marklin Z gauge layout. That was an incredible sight for a youngster, the downside to that was "no touching!!" :lol:

    Great find Syscom, thanks!
     
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    Thats freakin COOL!!!!!!
     
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    Oh my frikkin gosh! That's frikkin awesome!
     
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    Absolutely bl**dy incredible!!!
     
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    Man would I love to Godzilla that! [KIDDING]. That was quite amazing, might be another reason to travel to Germany one day, that would be quite a day well spent.
     
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    :lol: I wonder if they have a Japanese section of the tracks....might be something to put a three-foot tall Godzilla in there!
     
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    Hi Charles,

    >I don't suppose that was there when I was in Hamburg
    in 1960. Would have been worth a day's liberty to see that.

    It's only a couple of years old now. However, the Museum for Hamburgian History has had a large railroad layout in 1:32 scale since 1949, so if you ever return to 1960, it might be worth a visit ;)

    Pictures: Modelleisenbahn Hamburg e.V. - Bilder

    It's not a generic layout but a real one ...

    Regards,

    Henning (HoHun)
     
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    :shock: Holy crap, nice find syscom. He, I think I know what I want for Christmas next year:D .
     
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