In this post I’ll be taking a look at the Rhine intermodal port facilities of Swiss logistics company Ultra-Brag.
Destiny by Andreina Schoeberlein – Own work, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0, View Image
Ultra-Brag have three tri-modal (road/river/rail) facilities in the Swiss city of Basel. These are located in:
the Kleinhüningen neighbourhood of Basel; the Birsfelden municipal area to the east of Basel; and the port of Auhafen in Muttenz, a little further east.
The relatively compact nature of these sites means they could be built as modules/cameos, as shelf-layouts or even included as part of a larger static layout. Read on to find out more…
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Trams In Basel, Switzerland
I’m always on the lookout for prototype photographs that capture railway activity from a slightly different perspective, particularly if it might work well as a viewpoint in a slightly unconventional module or cameo.
While browsing the
https://www.bahnbilder.de/ website I came across the photographs of Gisela, Matthias and Jonas Frey.
View From The Courtyard Of The Basel Art Museum by Matthias Frey – Own work, Used With Permission, View Image
They have an interest in both architecture and railways and as a result they have taken some really interesting and inspirational photographs…
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Here’s the second part of what will become a series of posts about modelable European intermodal facilities.
Rheinhafen-Dreiländereck…Basel – Panoramio by Pierre Likissas – Own work, CC BY 3.0, View Image
For this post I’m looking at an intermodal facility in Basel, Switzerland; an important European rail hub and Switzerland’s only port city…
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