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The upper Ruhr valley of the 1920s: a rural idyll, which is crossed by the railroad. The action on the outstanding system designed by Dr. Rainer Woska plays around Bestwig Train Station. With tremendous meticulousness the builder has transferred the flair of the time and its railway-specific features in the scale of 1:87. But he had not only almost all vehicle models build yourself or revise consuming, but all tracks and switches build yourself - fine rail profiles, which he nailed to the real wood sleepers. And that reminds at a plant, which extends over two large basement rooms, comprising a total of five stations, and even with a short narrow gauge line of the long-vanished Kleinbahn Stone Light-Medebach. For all these ingredients a fascinating model railway journey produced in the Roaring Twenties!