Warley Model Railway Club
Railway modelling in most scales and gauges
Warley Model Railway Club, Unit 1F Pearsall Drive, Oldbury, West Midlands, B69 2RA
Registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) Charity No: 1153792
Felsen is an imaginary town in the German Mosel valley somewhere between Koblenz and Trier.
The area is predominantly wine growing and the small town plays a part in this industry.
The double track main line, set in the late 1950’s and early/mid 1960’s, carries trains on German domestic services and some international through workings to and from France and Luxembourg. Most trains are steam operated but diesels are starting to appear as substitutes for steam locomotives on some mainline trains and in the form of railcars on local services.
The layout is 3.5 metres (11feet 6 ins.) long x 2.6 metres (8 feet) wide.
Operation is by DCC (Digital Command and Control).
Felsen featured in the December 2009 issue of Continental Modeller.
Contact John Smith
Felsen: HO (1:87) Scale
by John Smith
|Gallery-The Early Years|
|Gallery - After Harry Mitchell|
|Gallery - Pearsall Drive|