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My TT Scale (1:120) Modul Layout - from epoch IV DB and other


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shiniji
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Hello Guys,

 

After all these years, I would also like to show you my TT-scale Modul Layout. In 2010 I had already built a TT layout, which unfortunately contained more and more errors over the years, which is why I started planning a new layout in 2018.

 

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In the first stage there are 16 modules, 4 for the station, 4 track modules and 8 arc modules, which have an inner radius of 1000. The straight modules have a length of 120cm x 60cm/80cm (railway station). the arc modules are adjusted to the radius and divided as 45°.

Will be built with the Tillig TT track (flex tracks and EW3 and EW2). after 4 months I was able to do my rounds on the main tracks 😄

 

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I graveled the tracks with Koemo gravel, a 1:1 mixture of the 2 types.

 

 

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The landscaping is done simply and easily. The basis are Styrodur plates which are glued on in steps. As always, I used construction foam to apply mass that I can shape. Here comes the toilet paper again which is fixed with a mixture of wood glue and water. Then Felsspachtel from Noch.

 

 

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to be continued soon

 

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Then everything was colored 🙂 It was important to me to have the kits and the grass fibers as natural as possible, i.e. color and several layers of grass fibers.

 

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The switches in the station are all controlled by ESU servos. Here I even have a special feature, a switch had to be separated on the switch tongue.

 

 

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The last part for today 🙂

 

after a good 7 months I was able to exhibit the modules for the first time, as you can see a lot has happened in the 7 months. A lot is really possible in TT and there are really a lot of locomotives, wagons and trains. Only the accessories leave a lot to be desired, but you will find something there too 🙂

Here are a few decent pictures from the end of 2019.

 

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Because I also have a far too large collection in TT (I already owned TT as a child and have been collecting since then), at some point I also had to build a fiddle yard, which is being designed. The plan is to visually separate this in the middle with a background. Track length here is up to 7m which allows up to 3 trains per track.

 

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Let's continue tomorrow 🙂 this is the status from the beginning of 2020 😉

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Good evening 🙂

 

it goes on, but only with a small error.
The river under the bridge, which I poured out with Noch Realistic Water, self-destructed as the water separated.... 😕 then I ripped the whole thing out and did it again with Woodland Realistic Water - this time it's great become.

 

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and with a DB BR051 and Frieght Train 🙂

 

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In the meantime, the wood ordered for the Fiddle Yard has arrived, so construction began straight away. As soon as the modules were in place, track laying began. In total there are now around 115 meters of track and 52 points.

 

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A tram line was also built in the city and the siding for a small industrial area was created. 🙂

 

 

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Besides that, of course, I tinkered again and completed the level crossing. The Crosses were created as a 3D print and equipped with SMD LEDs. Buildings also continued to be built.

 

 

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This was the Stand from July 2020

That was a lot of photos again (sorry if it's too many 😕 ). Next up are pictures of the rolling stock 😉

Patrick

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Here a Few Pics from the Rolling Stock. By the Way: the station is a H0 model by Faller (but rather 1:100 instead of 1:87). The townhouses in the background are from Pola/faller in N, but again these are slightly larger than 1:160 so it fits TT too. The Munich Frauenkirche is a 1:300 paper model... In combination, it fits together harmoniously. 😄

 

DB BR144 in ocean blue/beige from Tillig with "Silberling" and "Umbauwagen"

 

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DB BR103 117-8 with red locomotive frame

 

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Siemens BR192 001-6 "Smartron"

 

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A few models of the Deutsche Reichsbahn:

BR 131 from Piko

 

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Tillig BR212 001-2 with test painting

 

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BR01.5 and "Mod-Wagen"

 

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and BR83 from Piko with "Reko´s"

 

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and the Train Station in Overview with City 🙂

 

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disturbman
23 hours ago, shiniji said:

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Uh... Berlin S-Bahns! 😍

Saw there was even a model of the BR 483...

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