Some people think it is impossible to operate a small layout in an interesting way.
Looking at trains going round and round will get boring fast even for a child, even faster for an adult with higher expectations who wouldn't like to stay passive.
Here I'll show how you can make interesting operations on a small layout - with a few tricks.
Many model railroaders can't imagine building a city terminal in a very small space (ca. 125cm x 62cm).
Here I show how to design such a city terminus purely for passenger traffic - and how to operate it.
Every modeller hits problems for which there is no "official" solution at times. He ponders and develops and puts away solutions of his own - and sometimes he finds a practical solution which might be interesting for his hobby colleagues too.
On the market are many good constructed and very useable building models for the railroad modeller from plastic, wood and even from cardboard.
But they have a few drawbacks: