An exact scale model of a branch line booking hall. The prototype stood on the Spree Forest Railway, a metre-gauge line built between 1898 and 1904. The little train, as it was known, symbolized technical progress. Eventually, it too fell victim to the lure of the automobile s mobility, and the last stretch of track was closed in 1970. The fascinating story of the Spree Forest Railway is told in Die Spreewaldbahn , published in German by Transpress-Verlag .
When using track with built-in trackbed, compensate for the extra height with the base.
Authentic historical model
190 x 110 x 120 mm