A model railway exhibition at Bad Krozingen, Germany 5th & 6th March 2016

While we have been having fun this month at Biggleswade some of our colleagues from a little further afield have been enjoying themselves as well. TCS member Karl Isele writes “Mainly this exhibition was a layout put together from HO model railway modules. A friend of mine and I had a corner where we showed some tinplate gauge 0 stuff. We grabbed all the electric-outline locomotives we had, no steam locos. There are both old and new. The older ones were made by HAG, Keiser, Distler, Resal (mostly Swiss manufacturers). New machines came from Hehr, Mundhenke, Hübner, ETS (some replicas of Märklin models, but also models Märklin did not make). Sometimes the trains are not correct in an historic sense, e.g. two electric locos pulled a Rheingold express (which should be pulled by steam locos as the Rhine route was not yet electrified at the time of these models). Anyway, the visitors and us had great fun".

Some photos of the event below, all by Karl Isele. Click on an image to enlarge, you may need to click again to get largest display