Jump to content
MichiK

9th modellrailway show MVG-Museum Munich

Recommended Posts

MichiK
Posted (edited)

Hi! Just a few pictures from the show last weekend. The show took place in the tram and bus museum, which is located in one of the sheds of Munich's main tram workshop:

 

IMG_3913.thumb.JPG.70ad2c642aa04b356f640e4c47560890.JPG

 

 

Saxonian narrow gauge in 0e:

 

IMG_3839.thumb.JPG.8b48377d449a3eb691f647dae42d3c95.JPG

 

 

Also in 0e-gauge, Morrowland where interested children were taught the ancient and venerable art of shunting:

 

IMG_3855.thumb.JPG.8f82dbf8b03eecabd2438f97ae2efea7.JPG

 

 

Landsberg station in ~1910 (H0):

 

IMG_3884.thumb.JPG.b8f16a6c8c7891cc9f1547a4a264976e.JPG

 

 

Also H0:

 

IMG_3852.thumb.JPG.9e5a1681ba1f163f747707f8a74219af.JPG

Edited by MichiK
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
MichiK

Nordhalben station. This is part of the big N-gauge arrangement you can see in the first photo.

 

IMG_3903.thumb.JPG.e0649a7b7fa9db0d95087d555379dcab.JPG

 

 

There was next to nothing in terms of Japanese railways, but, nonetheless, ...

 

...a ten-car Hayabusa on a big n-trak arrangement (my son spotted it instantly from 20yards distance!):

 

IMG_3859.thumb.JPG.86d3108a82dad1603ed701b71766da37.JPG

 

 

And Agomura (of course!):

 

IMG_3953.thumb.JPG.3714bd44bb55a5a2bfe87b182a549d9a.JPG

 

IMG_3954.thumb.JPG.2ecaae37dbd0a0901be058dcfbc3d0ef.JPG

 

 

Enjoy!
Michi

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
cteno4

Michi,

 

great you got them done for the show. nice display! kudos to you!

 

jeff

Share this post


Link to post
martin67

Hi and konban wa,

 

I've been there, too, on Saturday. Initially, I planned to join with my layout "Valditaro" again, but for some reason I was not included in the planning of the show. This gave me the possibility to take lots of time for the whole exhibition, without being around my layout all the time.

 

For the 10th anniversary in 2020 I'll be there again as a part of the show.

 

Cheers,

 

Martin

 

Share this post


Link to post
MichiK
Posted (edited)

Thanks, Jeff, and I'm happy to have produced something reasonably presentable (just) in time!

 

Martin,

I went to the show only sunday afternoon - the Fürstenfelder Modellbautage took place at the same time, and I spent the whole saturday there (both occasions as a "mere" visitor). Let's see when the two shows are scheduled next year. Maybe I attend the model train show as an exhibitor then?

Edited by MichiK

Share this post


Link to post
martin67

You've got a layout? Would love to see it, is it linked somewhere in the forum?

 

Had to learn and repeat Japanese on Sunday, as my new course started Monday. So, no trains, unfortunately...

 

Martin

Share this post


Link to post
MichiK

Oh, not much of it, Martin, but technically it definitely is a layout!

It's the microlayout "Agomura" on the last two of my photos.

Share this post


Link to post
martin67

This was yours? I saw it and liked it a lot, yet I have to check the photos I took last weekend. Until this morning I was working on a trip report to Verona Model Expo 2019, where I went the week before. This is a "must" for an Italian railway modeller like me :-)

 

http://lima-modeltrain-collectors.xobor.de/t402f67-March-nd-rd-Model-Expo-Verona.html

 

Tonight I will start with the Munich pictures and maybe add some to this thread.

 

Martin

Share this post


Link to post
MichiK

Thank you, Martin!

 

Your Verona pictures are greate. It seems that Italian modellers take a lot of care to properly paint and weather their buildings. Quite impressive!

Share this post


Link to post

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×