Piet Brijs - Model railroad tour part nine

The small village

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The sideline goes from Neuffen back to Bonn. After Bonn the train enters a tunnel. Climbs a spiral (helix), leaves the tunnel and reaches the highest level of the lay-out. Passes a small village (the highest point of the tracks), a busy farm and ends in Baden Baden.






Picture 1

The brancheline from Baden to Bonn passes this village.

The white church in the village is one of my very first buildings, it maybe 40 years old. Perhaps not state of the art, but I'm used to it.
It is still in the Faller collection!
The trains don't stop anymore in the village (special services excepted).
Updated picture

Date: 04-05-2007



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village (updated picture, 04-05-2007)

Picture 2 (renewed picture)

Kittel passing the little village.
In the garden of the houses are roses, dahlias and sunflowers.
For a more detailed look at the flowers see picture 6.


Date: 23-04-2008



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The Kittel (23-04-2008)




Picture 3

Nice place to live in the village New picture, enhanced scenery

Date: 29-04-2007



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Village (29-04-2007)


Picture 4

Between Baden Baden and the little village is a busy farm.
Milking cows is a daily business

Date: 09-05-2007



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Farm between Baden Baden and the little village(06-05-2007)



Picture 5


Bavarian D IIX passing the village.

Date: 06-10-2004



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BR (Class) XII (06-10-2004)


Picture 6


In the garden of the house are roses, dahlias and sunflowers.



Date: 23-04-2008



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Sunflowers, roses 
and dahlias (23-04-2008)

Picture 7


Life on a farm.



Date: 23-04-2008



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Life on a farm(23-04-2008)

Picture 8


The BR64 passes the small village.



Date: 16-07-2008



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BR 64

Picture 9


Replaced some very old spruce trees on my lay-out. The new ones are very tall (19,5 cm max.) and look very good.

The passing BR64 looks tiny under the trees, as it should.



Date: 20-10-2008



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BR 64

Picture 10


Another picture of the work on the farm



Date: 28-16-2009



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Farm

Picture 11


On top of the tunnel entrance, see tour page 1 is a small park where you can sit, relax and watch trains go by.



Date: 18-11-2010



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18-11-2010, A place to relax

Picture 12


Changed the environment of the farm.
Added a cow with a moving head and a moving wood cutter. If you want to see the cow and the wood cutter move, have a look at the movies page.



Date: 02-05-2011



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02-05-2011, farm

Picture 13


A Dutch DAF truck (1959 model) passing the village.



Date: 02-01-2014



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02-01-2014, DAF truck





Picture 14 and 15


A new farm on the lay-out. The cows are on their way to the "alm".













Date: 06-11-2017



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06-11-2017, new farm

06-11-2017, new farm
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Picture 16


A view to the village from another angle













Date: 26-07-2019



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Picture 17 and 18


Old T-Ford, bridal couple and photographer in front of the old village church (br>











Date: 07-04-2020



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Picture 19 and 20


Updated scenery











Date: 22-09-2020



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Picture 21


Updated scenery











Date: 28-11-2020



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