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Offline Fallerfreak  
#1 Posted : 28 November 2012 23:18:42(UTC)
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I thought maybe it was a better idea to post photos of real Faller houses as a separate topic

So here we go again:
Villa B-271
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#2 Posted : 28 November 2012 23:22:44(UTC)
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Then the Church B-235. Inside is a beautiful mosaic window
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#3 Posted : 28 November 2012 23:27:58(UTC)
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And so a view of Gutenbach with the Faller factory that shows some similarity to the Faller item B-901.
You can see the B-235 in the background. Villa B-271 is on the hillside to the right hidden by the trees unfortunatley
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Offline kweekalot  
#4 Posted : 29 November 2012 10:17:00(UTC)
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Hi Fallerfreak,

This is great !
Thanks again for sharing. ThumpUp
Must we use your User name, or can you give us your first name ??

Marco
Offline Ian555  
#5 Posted : 29 November 2012 11:13:57(UTC)
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Hi Fallerfreak,

Thanks. ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline hennabm  
#6 Posted : 29 November 2012 13:00:25(UTC)
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Hi Fallerfreak

Thanks for starting this new thread.

Do you have any more photos of 87:1 Faller buildings?

Mike
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Offline steventrain  
#7 Posted : 29 November 2012 18:17:01(UTC)
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Excellent, Fallerfreak.
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#8 Posted : 29 November 2012 19:33:18(UTC)
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Hi !

Yes there are some more pictures....Smile

About 40 km north of Freiburg, Germany, in the Rhine valley is a small town called Lahr where the Faller B-929 is located. Unfortunatley it was so many houses nearby, that it was hard to find a good place for an overwiev, but here are some pictures ThumpUp
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#9 Posted : 29 November 2012 20:47:29(UTC)
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This picture should have been with the other pictures from Gutenbach. Outside the Faller factory there was an AMS Trailer 4872. The drawing in the Faller catalouge always had this cover too.Smile
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Offline petestra  
#10 Posted : 29 November 2012 20:55:59(UTC)
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Hi ,
As a long time Faller Love lover too I must thank you for this topic! It is very original.
I was laughing a bit to myself that it would be quite funny if all of Gutenbachs'
buildings had Faller Catalog numbers on them instead of addresses. LOL
PeterThumpUp
Offline Markus Schild  
#11 Posted : 29 November 2012 20:58:18(UTC)
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Hi,

thank you for these pictures.
Do you know a prototype for the post-office B-211? A picture of the box can be found here: http://modelljernbane.in...ett_for_modelljernbane_1 .
Thank you.

Regards

Markus
Offline Fallerfreak  
#12 Posted : 29 November 2012 23:52:17(UTC)
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Quote:
Must we use your User name, or can you give us your first name ??


I thought you liked my username kweekalot.....Wink

Quote:
it would be quite funny if all of Gutenbachs'
buildings had Faller Catalog numbers on them instead of addresses.


That would have been great! You should contact ¨Die Burgmeister¨in Gutenbach with this suggestion! Laugh

Quote:
Do you know a prototype for the post-office B-211?


No, unfortunatley not! Confused
Offline Fallerfreak  
#13 Posted : 02 December 2012 22:37:23(UTC)
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In the Rhine valley near Heidelberg is a small town called Weinheim. There you'll find the Faller item B-928 ¨Volksbank. Only difference from the original is that there has been built an entrance in glass, that was not there in 1966 when this model first appears in the Faller catalouge.
Many years later Faller re-issued this model as ¨Hotel Prague ¨in their TT-assortment
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Offline Claude6205  
#14 Posted : 02 December 2012 23:15:06(UTC)
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Hi Faller freak,

Have the owners of these buildings sold a licence to Faller ?Cool

I have got a couple of Artitec buildings still stored flat (new) in box... Would some of our Dutch fellows help ?Drool
Clever idea, Tks Faller freak.
Claude.
Offline Fallerfreak  
#15 Posted : 03 December 2012 17:32:27(UTC)
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Quote:
Have the owners of these buildings sold a licence to Faller ?


I don't think so....Smile
Offline JohnjeanB  
#16 Posted : 03 December 2012 20:12:19(UTC)
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Hi Fallertfreak
Thanks for giving life to historic Faller models. I whish for more if you have it.
Cheers
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Offline Mark5  
#17 Posted : 04 December 2012 09:27:22(UTC)
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Wonderful to see these!!

Thanks so much for posting this "Fallerfreak" and welcome to the Forum!

The only thing that could sweeten the deal of seeing these photos is to know the exact location and the date the buildings were constructed.
... do you have location for all of these listed here?

This would make a great coffee book, really good photos of the buildings and the models with history of both of them written up beside.

Thinking mostly of Villa B-271... I see now you mention that it is in Gutenbach as well.
No idea on the dates of constuction?

This is a classic model that I still have from my train set in the 70s.
But I think my Dad actually built the kit in the 60s

- Mark
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Offline Western Pacific  
#18 Posted : 04 December 2012 20:10:33(UTC)
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In late August and early September I spent some weeks in Alsace, but I also made trips across the border and one place I visited was Freiburg im Breisgau. This tower is in that city:



Link to Faller's catalogue picture

The model is still available and it's number is 130922.

Another model which I believe has a real building as its prototype is house on a tower top. This house has earlier been available as a different model, but the only difference is the base of the tower. It is based on building being part of the city wall of one of the towns on the Romatische Strasse that goes between Würzburg and Füssen near the Austrian border, but I cannot recall if it was Rotenburg ob der Tauber, Dinkelsbühl or any of the other towns on the stretch between Würzburg and Augsburg. Perhaps somebody who has visited the town can help out.
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Offline Mats P  
#19 Posted : 04 December 2012 21:43:17(UTC)
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The other tower is located in Dinkelsbühl, Bäuerlinsturm . This tower is one of the buildings in the B-931 set. When you were in Freiburg/Breisgau did you happen to see the B214/215 Gas station? I´ve heard that it is/was located in Freiburg/Breisgau. Maybe Fallerfreak can give us the correct info about it. Confused

/Mats

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Offline Fallerfreak  
#20 Posted : 05 December 2012 19:36:28(UTC)
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Unfortunatley I have no idea about where the B-214 /215 can be found.....

But let's take a trip to Dinkelbuhl, situated just south-east of the Autobahnkreuz A6 / A7 in the south of Germany. here you find, as Mats mentioned, one of the 4 houses in the set B-931; B-935. The painting is not the same as when Faller made the model 1966, but otherwise it's very close to the real house

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Offline Mats P  
#21 Posted : 15 December 2012 18:27:36(UTC)
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Back to the B-271, I found this on Fallers Facebook: Villa Im Tessin. You will find six new pics of the original house.
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#22 Posted : 15 December 2012 22:17:06(UTC)
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Very interesting pictures! Good work Mats!ThumpUp
Offline kweekalot  
#23 Posted : 15 December 2012 22:21:21(UTC)
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Thanks for the fantastic photo's of the original Tessin Villa !! ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp

I don't think there was ever a 1:1 prototype of Cafe Petrolstation B 214 - 215 / 4914.

Marco

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Offline Fallerfreak  
#24 Posted : 15 December 2012 23:14:29(UTC)
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Let's continue our trip to the famous town Rothenburg -an- der-Tauber. This medieval town is full of wonderful old half-timbered houses, and one of the most beautiful is Nusch Weinstube, Faller B-933. In the background you can also see a part of the old town gate, that has some resemblance to the Faller city gate B-921, but it's a bit too tall compared to the Faller model. I you walk through the gate and look at the tower from the other side, you'll get a better view
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#25 Posted : 15 December 2012 23:21:46(UTC)
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Here's the B-921

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Offline kweekalot  
#26 Posted : 15 December 2012 23:57:40(UTC)
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Hi Fallerfreak,

I enjoy all your posts here on the forum.
Your photos and stories of the 1:1 prototypes are amazing and so great !!
Thank you for sharing those with us !! ThumpUp

Marco

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Offline Fallerfreak  
#27 Posted : 16 December 2012 10:56:38(UTC)
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You're welcome Marco....


I don't understand why the photo of B-921 did not appear here like the others? It has the .jpg added.....???
Offline Mark5  
#28 Posted : 16 December 2012 11:41:40(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Fallerfreak Go to Quoted Post
You're welcome Marco....


I don't understand why the photo of B-921 did not appear here like the others? It has the .jpg added.....???

Pretty sure it shows up that way because you exceeded the size limitation.
Not sure what that is at the moment. Must be posted somewhere though.
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#29 Posted : 16 December 2012 15:52:02(UTC)
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Now it's there!Woot
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#30 Posted : 22 December 2012 22:31:41(UTC)
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The last stop on this trip through Faller Country in Germany is Nurnberg in Bavaria. Here, right in the middle of the old city center, you find the famous Durer House, Faller B-932. The house is very old, see info in one of the pictures. Albrecht Durer was a famous German artist who was born in this house.

Maybe there will be furher pictures of some other Faller houses on future trips to Germany. But this was all for now, and I would like to wish all Faller friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! In 2013 The Faller AMS will celebrate it's 50'th birthday as it was introduced on the Nurnberg Toy Fair in february 1963. So this seems to be logical place for the last picture in this series!

/Fallerfreak
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Offline kweekalot  
#31 Posted : 22 December 2012 22:44:21(UTC)
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Hi Fallerfreak,
Another good one !! ThumpUp
I like this old house.
Pity that it is the last one for now....

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for you too !!

Marco
Offline Ian555  
#32 Posted : 23 December 2012 08:11:39(UTC)
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Hi Fallerfreak,

Thanks for the photo's. ThumpUp

Merry Christmas.

Ian.

Offline ariete  
#33 Posted : 09 February 2013 21:58:13(UTC)
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ThumpUp The photo's are fantastic, you are very dedicated to take these photos. One day I hope to visit this village and look at the Faller Factory. I have heard it has a small retail shop in the complex, but not much else in the way of a museum or any chance to visit the factory facilities, is this correct?
Originally Posted by: Fallerfreak Go to Quoted Post
And so a view of Gutenbach with the Faller factory that shows some similarity to the Faller item B-901.
You can see the B-235 in the background. Villa B-271 is on the hillside to the right hidden by the trees unfortunatley


Offline Fallerfreak  
#34 Posted : 10 February 2013 12:24:18(UTC)
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Hi ariete

These pictures were shot in 2001, it's now almost 12 years ago. They have a museum but it contains mostly a display of their current production.
You can also buy some stuff at a small retail shop. We did not get a chance to see anything inside the factory back then, maybe that's changed nowadays?

But anyway it's well worth the effort to see Gutenbach, and the surroundings. The Donau starts in the mountains just a few kilometers north of Gutenbach for instance....And there is a small village, Triberg, where they make cockoo-clocks nearby

And don't forget...today's the exact day for Faller AMS 50 years! Cheers!ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp
Offline Mark5  
#35 Posted : 11 February 2013 09:33:59(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Fallerfreak Go to Quoted Post
The last stop on this trip through Faller Country in Germany is Nurnberg in Bavaria. Here, right in the middle of the old city center, you find the famous Durer House, Faller B-932. The house is very old, see info in one of the pictures. Albrecht Durer was a famous German artist who was born in this house.
/Fallerfreak


BTW Thanks for posting this. Are you sure you don't work for Faller? Wink
This post inspired me to pick up Faller B-932 from Ebay.de. Arrived a couple weeks ago!

If you find anymore photos of real Faller prototypes/real life buildings please do post.

BTW we could start another thread with real life buildings of other brands; Vollmer, Kibri, etc.

Peace,
Mark

PS Congrats to Faller AMS fans. 50 years is a lifetime. And still running.
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Offline Fallerfreak  
#36 Posted : 12 February 2013 13:48:22(UTC)
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Quote:
If you find anymore photos of real Faller prototypes/real life buildings please do post.


There might be some more trips to Germany in the coming years.......Cool

Unfortunatley I don't work for FallerLaugh If I had, I'd start producing AMS cars again.....Flapper
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Offline perz  
#37 Posted : 24 February 2013 22:15:13(UTC)
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Another Faller model in real life: 130388 Hexenlochmühle. It is located about 4 km south of Gütenbach.

Hexenlochmuhle

Hexenlochmuhle

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Offline Fallerfreak  
#38 Posted : 24 February 2013 22:32:36(UTC)
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Nice!
Next time I visit Schwarzwald I sure will visit Hexenloch!ThumpUp
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#39 Posted : 24 February 2013 23:44:45(UTC)
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And here is another one: 130389 biggest cuckoo clock in the world. Located in Schonach, 12 km north of Gütenbach.

Worls biggest cuckoo clock

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Offline kweekalot  
#40 Posted : 25 February 2013 09:38:57(UTC)
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Hi Perz,

Thanks for sharing this great pictures !! ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp

Marco
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#41 Posted : 25 February 2013 13:32:43(UTC)
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Scrolling through all those pictures was great! Thanks for sharing! Seeing actual protoypes to familiar models is a real treat! ThumpUp

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Offline hennabm  
#42 Posted : 25 February 2013 15:36:30(UTC)
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Another surviving 87:1 model is the Bad Durkheim Wein Stube. I think it was at one one time the biggest barrel in the world.

It is situated near Neustadt an Der Weinstrasse.

Mike

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Offline perz  
#43 Posted : 25 February 2013 19:02:05(UTC)
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And here is another real-life version of a Faller model: The 120122 signal tower "Konstanz". The signal tower was originally placed in Konstanz at the Bodensee, but was later moved to Blumberg-Zollhaus at the south-east corner of the Black Forest. Blumberg-Zollhaus is the terminal station for the famous Wutachtalbahn, also called Sauschwäntzlebahn.

signal tower

signal tower signal tower

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Offline Fallerfreak  
#44 Posted : 25 February 2013 19:21:59(UTC)
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Thanks! ThumpUp
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#45 Posted : 25 February 2013 19:26:03(UTC)
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Great Perz,

This 120122 signal tower "Konstanz" translates into a direct eBay search ! ThumpUp

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Offline perz  
#46 Posted : 25 February 2013 20:31:53(UTC)
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This one is not officially said to be the same, but the similarities are striking, although there are some noticeable differences also: 194420 District court. It is the "new town hall" in Freiburg.

Freiburg Rathausplatz

Freiburg Rathausplatz

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Offline perz  
#47 Posted : 25 February 2013 20:40:49(UTC)
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And of course we have the Berlin Alexanderplatz TV tower, Faller 130966:

TV tower

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Offline NZMarklinist  
#48 Posted : 26 February 2013 10:49:06(UTC)
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Very good Perz, well done, thanks for sharing ThumpUp Smile
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Offline modell-railway-fan  
#49 Posted : 06 March 2013 08:46:43(UTC)
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Hello alltogether,

I`m a new member in this forum and this is my first post.

I want to show you two more Faller houses in real life:


Seen in New Jersey (New York) last year:

UserPostedImage

UserPostedImage


This orignal building is located in switzerland:

UserPostedImage

I you want to have a little more information, have a look at my

german homepage:

http://www.modelleisenba...63-faller-ranchhaus-261/

http://www.modelleisenba...ler-bahnhof-fluelen-111/

Best Regards from Germany

Wolfgang - nodawo
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#50 Posted : 06 March 2013 10:20:51(UTC)
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Welcome to the forum Wolfgang.

This is a great thread you guys have got going here, I certainly recognise some of the buildings. I think I might even have the model of the house that Wolfgang refers to!

I think it might be this one (picture is from/on Wolfgang's website)

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