by Friedhelm Weidelich

Part 2 on the subject of loading scrap metal in epoch III to the present day is about a scrap metal dealer with photos from 1971 and 2012. 1971, typical for a local freight train, a DB steam locomotive shunted here, which was otherwise rarely seen ahead of freight trains.

41 years later, the same two-axle shunting locomotive was still in service at the scrap yard. Interesting was however also the collection of small locomotives, which would make wonderful gauge 1 models.

36 photos offer inspiration from the prototype.

by Friedhelm Weidelich

Agder Modell Teknikk from Norway keeps going and announces two new NSB locomotives in 2020 for gauge 1.

by Friedhelm Weidelich

Spur1-igARTig has again completed 1/32 scale models of two structures that once stood on the Kocher Valley Railway Waldenburg - Forchtenberg and which were moved to the Hohenlohe Open Air Museum in Schwäbisch-Hall, Germany.

by Friedhelm Weidelich

On 19 August 2019, MSC Gülsüm, the world's largest container ship, docked in Bremerhaven, Germany, at the end of its maiden voyage and was given a warm welcome. With a (fool format) focal length of 840 mm, the 400 metre long ship did not quite fit into the picture.

What does this have to do with Gauge 1? You will know in a moment.