Wow, doesn’t time fly?
Back in January I wrote a post about how I built a light-weight and relatively cheap T-Trak module using Gatorboard. Since then almost three months have passed but in that time I’ve finally decided what to model and have actually made a start.
So what did I chose to build on my first module?
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The Stadtbahn is the main overground east-west railway in the city of Berlin, Germany. This entirely elevated, four track route carries an interesting array of S-Bahn (the Berlin metro), regional and express passenger trains (from Germany and further afield) through the city centre.
By JuergenG – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons
The interesting architecture and variety of trains that use the line would make for some very interesting modules.
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It’s that time of year when all the major manufacturers start releasing the details of the new products they will be bringing to market.
I spend an imaginary fortune looking through all the catalogues thinking about what I’d like to buy but there is one product from Lemke Hobbytrain that I really might have to purchase and that’s the BR 481 of the Berlin S-Bahn.
By Wikimedia-User Jivee Blau (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons
The BR 481 is ‘the’ train of the Berlin S-Bahn, the high-frequency transportation system in and around the city of Berlin.
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