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Z scale or Z gauge is one of the smallest commercially available model railway scale, introduced by Marklin in 1972. In the U.S. these model trains are called micro trains. This miniature world in 1:220 scale was built by a German model railway club.
The model train layout is presenting the city of Lubeck in Northern Germany at the turn of the century. Although the tracks have a gauge of just 6.50 mm there are many details. The whole layout is controlled digitally by Selectrix Digital. Please, enjoy this piece of art.
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Let's discover the world of model trains. Pilentum Television is one of the leading video networks for toy trains, model railroading and railway modelling. Pilentum presents the largest model railroad layouts and the finest model railway displays. Actually, there are more than 280 videos about rail transport modelling on YouTube and Dailymotion.
Furthermore, there a reports and documentaries about the great model railway exhibitions known from railfan and railroad magazines. Pilentum's movies include steam locomotives, high-speed trains, cab rides, electric locomotives as well as diesel locos, for example, in HO scale or H0 gauge and also in N Scale or in 00 gauge.