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Offline Alsterstreek  
#1 Posted : 02 July 2014 01:09:32(UTC)
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I feel that Z scale is neglected. Thus, I dug out pix from various compact Z scale layouts for inspiration. I start with a multi-level layout under construction which is measuring 82 x 50 cm, which is meant to fit into an IKEA bookcase.

Source (unfortunately no more pix):

http://www.railroad24.de...senbahn/forum.php?id=872
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#2 Posted : 02 July 2014 01:11:22(UTC)
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Then, there is this one with a long winding mainline.

Source (and more pix): http://www.railroad24.de...bilder/bilder.php?id=803
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#3 Posted : 02 July 2014 01:13:06(UTC)
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Winter theme. Source (with more pix):

http://www.railroad24.de...ilder/bilder.php?id=6840
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#4 Posted : 02 July 2014 01:16:43(UTC)
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And I conclude the presentation of my research results with the work of a gentleman who is into modules. These are about the German Nahe valley. All buildings are custom made based on actual prototypes. Source (with more pix):

http://www.railroad24.de...ilder/bilder.php?id=6605
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Offline BrandonVA  
#5 Posted : 02 July 2014 21:19:36(UTC)
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Ak,

They're all great. Don't get so inspired to slip down a couple of scales, even if M made more US RR liveries in Z...
That last one gives me some ideas for my mine.

-Brandon
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#6 Posted : 03 July 2014 23:06:23(UTC)
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Hard to believe, but according to the information available, the pix show standard 3'x3' Z-Bend model train modules in 1/220 scale. A "vertical approach"...
Blink

Source: http://hotwirefoamfactor.../modeling_frederickl.htm
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Offline Wal  
#7 Posted : 04 July 2014 06:22:09(UTC)
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Must be some serious Helixes going on underneath, otherwise separate tracks. 'Cause the little z locos don't go uphill all that well. I keep mine to max 1%. Thanks for posting these layouts. They are giving me ideas for expansion. I wonder where they get all the models or are they scratch built? Cheers, Wal
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#8 Posted : 04 July 2014 14:03:28(UTC)
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Hard to believe, but according to the information available, the pix show standard 3'x3' Z-Bend model train modules in 1/220 scale. A "vertical approach"...


Wow!

Blink Blink Blink

Unbelievable!

Offline Alsterstreek  
#9 Posted : 08 September 2014 18:36:29(UTC)
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The highly unusual "Vier Jahreszeiten in Z" (Four Seasons in Z scale) for - you might have guessed - running four trains:
http://www.kirnbachtaele...stellung51-sinsheim.html
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#10 Posted : 08 September 2014 18:45:52(UTC)
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Vitrinenanlage Liependorf, a detailed Z scale layout in a vitrine:
http://www.kirnbachtaele...stellung52-sinsheim.html
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#11 Posted : 09 September 2014 10:42:03(UTC)
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The highly unusual "Vier Jahreszeiten in Z" (Four Seasons in Z scale) for - you might have guessed - running four trains:
http://www.kirnbachtaele...stellung51-sinsheim.html


I like that one, interesting approach.

Reminds me of a layout I have seen on the exhibition circuit here in the UK, that had a 4 seasons in OO. basically the timetable that ran moved all the stock to the fiddle yards off the end of the layout and then the sceniced portion was rolled 90 degrees like a barrel to get to the new season scenery, and the ran the timetable again. From memory the scenic portion was a couple of feet wide, maybe 2'6".

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#12 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:10:58(UTC)
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US-themed "Val Ease Central" consists of three suitcase-based modules.

Source: http://www.val-ease-central.com/Main.html
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#13 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:14:36(UTC)
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Val Ease East
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#14 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:16:21(UTC)
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Val Ease Central
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#15 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:18:19(UTC)
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Val Ease West
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#16 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:25:17(UTC)
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Track plan of the ensemble.
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#17 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:30:05(UTC)
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And finally a frontal view of all three suitcase modules combined.
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#18 Posted : 31 January 2015 17:00:58(UTC)
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"Donner Pass" - US themed layout inspired by the prototype in California on a 155 x 32 picture frame - by Guenther Garn, Elchingen, Germany.

Itinerary: From the return loop and attached Roseville shadow station the mainline climbs up and exits tunnel 4, crosses Cascade Creek and reaches Norden station. There tracks split at the covered turntable where helpers are turned. All turnouts are covered, too. Track 1 follows the first transcontinental line into tunnel 6, while track 2 with a passing siding leads to the new tunnel 41. Both tunnel portals actually conceal the upper return loop.

Track plan attached.

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#19 Posted : 31 January 2015 17:10:47(UTC)
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And two photos of "Donner Pass".
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#20 Posted : 04 February 2015 16:02:47(UTC)
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A historic photo of Norden station at Donner Pass with the covered turntable on the left side.
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#21 Posted : 06 February 2015 14:24:51(UTC)
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Z gauge pike (28 x 20 in.) for running two trains with the help of a hidden passing track in a TV set by Guenther Garn, Germany. Train control via TV set buttons.

:-)
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#22 Posted : 08 February 2015 13:37:57(UTC)
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Not much info on this one except for being a double track Z scale pizza layout with a dramatic winter scenery.
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#23 Posted : 08 February 2015 13:40:35(UTC)
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Detail of the latter...
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#24 Posted : 08 February 2015 13:57:53(UTC)
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Detail of the latter...


Ah, I wonder if that is the model of Neu Schwanstein (sp?) Castle that Marklin offered in a start set a few years back.
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Offline waorb  
#25 Posted : 09 February 2015 13:26:00(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post

Ah, I wonder if that is the model of Neu Schwanstein (sp?) Castle that Marklin offered in a start set a few years back.


Hello Alan!

The Z version of the castle it's bigger than that... Cool

https://www.marklin-users.net/forum/yaf_postsm134790_81781--neuschwanstein--S3-6.aspx#post134790

Cheers,

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#26 Posted : 09 February 2015 16:49:03(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post

Ah, I wonder if that is the model of Neu Schwanstein (sp?) Castle that Marklin offered in a start set a few years back.


Hello Alan!

The Z version of the castle it's bigger than that... Cool

https://www.marklin-users.net/forum/yaf_postsm134790_81781--neuschwanstein--S3-6.aspx#post134790

Cheers,

Walter


Ah, OK, still the castle in the picture above looks like it is supposed to represent it.
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#27 Posted : 10 February 2015 02:41:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post

Ah, I wonder if that is the model of Neu Schwanstein (sp?) Castle that Marklin offered in a start set a few years back.




Looks like the good ole Noch 43950 Castle Lichtenstein UserPostedImage

No, I don't have any in stock and it has been discontinued going on 6 years now. Wish Noch would bring it back for z scale. :(
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#28 Posted : 10 February 2015 13:43:56(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post

Ah, I wonder if that is the model of Neu Schwanstein (sp?) Castle that Marklin offered in a start set a few years back.




Looks like the good ole Noch 43950 Castle Lichtenstein UserPostedImage

No, I don't have any in stock and it has been discontinued going on 6 years now. Wish Noch would bring it back for z scale. :(


Ah, nice looking castle.

Thanks.

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#29 Posted : 18 February 2015 11:47:57(UTC)
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Long Island RR by John Bartolotto
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#30 Posted : 18 February 2015 11:49:36(UTC)
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The backdrop by LARC.
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#31 Posted : 18 February 2015 11:53:09(UTC)
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If I was ever to switch to Z scale
(no further info found) ...
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#32 Posted : 18 February 2015 12:08:06(UTC)
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Hello Ak!

Very inspirating!!! Cool

Really nice layout. Imagine that in a coffee table.

Thanks for showing.

Cheers,

Walter


Edit:
Here some more information about...

Google Search

And more photos:

Trainboard - Layout for sale
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#33 Posted : 18 February 2015 20:55:41(UTC)
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Further photo detected by Walter(1/2).
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#34 Posted : 18 February 2015 20:57:18(UTC)
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Further photo detected by Walter (2/2).
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#35 Posted : 18 February 2015 23:27:05(UTC)
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Tried to document the schematic track plan. Seems to be a very long five-level (labeled levels 0 to 4 on the attached) continuous loop on a 4 x 4 ft surface. Level 0 - and partially level 1- is following the course of the meandering river while the higher levels are crossing the gorges on high bridges and trestles at angles and traversing the central mountain ridge via cuts or tunnels. Indeed fascinating.
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#36 Posted : 19 February 2015 02:36:10(UTC)
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Tried to document the schematic track plan. Seems to be a very long five-level (labeled levels 0 to 4 on the attached) continuous loop on a 4 x 4 ft surface. Level 0 - and partially level 1- is following the course of the meandering river while the higher levels are crossing the gorges on high bridges and trestles at angles and traversing the central mountain ridge via cuts or tunnels. Indeed fascinating.


Nice documentation!!!

Should be spared to, who knows, be constructed... Cool

Thanks!

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#37 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:09:26(UTC)
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Western Pacific Railroad Museum Z gauge layout. The surface area of this walk-around design seems to be 4 x 8 ft with rounded corners. The layout consists of four different sections separated by viewblocks. Thus, a running train seems to traverse different landscapes with city terminal and Sierra at the ends and hill country and desert sections in-between.

Photos taken in 2008; source: http://www.zcentralstati...lroad-museum-layout-6009

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#38 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:12:03(UTC)
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City terminal (1/2)
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#39 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:13:37(UTC)
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City terminal (2/2)
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#40 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:14:57(UTC)
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Hill country
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#41 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:16:37(UTC)
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Sierra logging
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#42 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:18:21(UTC)
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Canyon (1/2)
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#43 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:19:55(UTC)
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#44 Posted : 19 February 2015 12:21:33(UTC)
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And last but not least: the desert.
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#45 Posted : 21 February 2015 17:28:10(UTC)
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#46 Posted : 21 February 2015 17:36:46(UTC)
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Let the music play...

(2006 Ottawa Rail Fair Show)
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#47 Posted : 22 February 2015 14:39:36(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Western Pacific Railroad Museum Z gauge layout. The surface area of this walk-around design seems to be 4 x 8 ft with rounded corners. The layout consists of four different sections separated by viewblocks. Thus, a running train seems to traverse different landscapes with city terminal and Sierra at the ends and hill country and desert sections in-between.


More photos of the 2008 NTS in Anaheim from another source:
http://www.tomgtomg.com/..._5/Site_5/Photos.html#96

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#48 Posted : 29 March 2015 19:19:20(UTC)
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Red Rock Railroad:

http://www.zettzeit.ch/Lonesome.html
http://www.redrockrail.com/LonesomeD.htm
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#49 Posted : 29 March 2015 20:40:26(UTC)
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Under construction: 1,41 m x 0,66 m; 16,5 m of track laid.

Source: http://www.stummiforum.de/viewtopic.php?t=89488
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#50 Posted : 15 May 2015 15:09:23(UTC)
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Layout in a silverware box presented at Bay Area Z Cooperative at June 2007 Meet.
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