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Hello,

A friend just sent me a link to this brilliant website that has complete trackplans for dozens of European stations and networks. For the SBB and ÖBB there is even a clickable country map for each part of the network and then links to station plans and schematics of routes. Perfect if you want to recreate a particular station you saw on holiday but don't have a track plan of! Dates of plans vary, for some locations you can see how things have changed over time...

http://www.sporenplan.nl/index.html
(click on 'Sporenplannen ', in Dutch with limited German and English menus too)
by Sven Zeegers

Highly recommended - enjoy!

Goedel
 

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QUOTE (Doug @ 27 May 2007, 15:07) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>What is the point of the poll though? We can turn on a feature where topics can be evaluated by other members, but we left it off as we felt that this practice is counter productive.

Interesting site.
Sorry I didn't know this! Since this bit of the forum is all about info I just wondered if it was actually useful to other people because sometimes I think that my interests are quite marginal. I also though it was a good excuse to learn how to set a poll...perhaps it will attract extra views because people like voting so much...

I'm going to try Milano Centrale first...


Goedel
 

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There are others that share your interests, perhaps not the majority, but that should not prevent you from sharing what you find to be of value.


80% of the visitors to this forum are from the UK, but the rest are spread all over the world and have varied model railway interests.
 

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QUOTE (goedel @ 27 May 2007, 15:22) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>sometimes I think that my interests are quite marginal.
Goedel

Not at all - although most of my stock leans towards thing German I have collected quite a few OHE's with advertising logo's (as well as a "Croc") so I certainly have enough locomotives to diversify !

I have seen many fine Z, N & HOm Swiss based layouts but very few in HO. Personally, I enjoy seeing almost anything as long as it runs on rails & enjoy reading your posts.
 

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What a good site- lots of interesting things to plan around. (don't even think it dbc50!)

Regards

John
 
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