The aim of this page is to showcase some of the Model Railways in our collection, some can be seen in our office window in Przemyśl. Most of the models represent German railways, including models from the former East Germany (DDR). Model Railways is a hobby for all ages and is highly recommended.
The first selection of photos are of Mitropa Dining Cars followed by various models in our collection
A Piko model of a Mitropa dining car produced in the early 1950’s. This model is in mint condition
A Fleischmann 5081 H0 dining car 798 Mitropa of the DRG. These cars would have been seen at Medyka during the occupation of Poland by Nazi Germany, on Krakow Lemberg (Lwow) services
A H0 Schicht DR Mitropa Restaurant car on a presentation stand from the VEB Waggonbau Görlitz,in DDR times. The factory was opened in 1894 as the Görlitz Rolling Stock Corporation and still produces rolling stock to this day. The Town of Görlitz is on the Polish border.
The same model on the test track showing it’s working lights
A H0 DR Mitropa Dining car from VEB Modellbahnwagen Dresden under the Schicht brand.These Cars were built by VEB Waggonbau Görlitz. They were international cars and operated to many European Cities both East and West
The international version showing it’s lighting working. Not bad for a model thats over 30 years old
A H0 DR Mitropa Sleeping car from Schicht on a presentation stand from the VEB Waggonbau Görlitz,This example sadly does not have lights fitted.
HO model of the 1953 NWF BS300 “SchiStra” (rail/road) Bus in our collection .
A H0Schicht model of DR 2nd Class coach. Although the model had rust on the wheels from storage, the lighting worked as soon as it was put on a test track
A H0 Schicht model of a PKP coach. These coaches were made by VEB Waggonbau Görlitz, These coaches still work in Poland to this day
A Brawa H0 model of the E 95 class of Electric Locomotive. These Locomotives were built in 1927/8 for the Silesian mountain railways (Polish since 1945) for both freight and passenger use. They were sent to the Soviet Union in 1946 as War reparations, but returned to the DR in 1952. They survived in service until 1970. One example is preserved in Germany. The letter V on the loco denotes the front end and the letter H the rear end. This model is fitted with DCC Sound
DR Class 232 “Ludmilla” A brawa H0 model fitted with sound
A H0 Roco E 18. These Locomotives were first introduced in 1935 by the German Reichsbahn and stayed in service until the 1970’s. This model is fitted with DCC Sound
KPEV T12 BR 74 in H0. This is part of a Berlin S Bahn set produced in the late 1980’s by Roco in Austria
Fleischmann 4172 DC H0 streamlined Steam locomotive BR 03 1074 of the DRG, These locomotives would have seen service in Poland during the Nazi occupation. Click on the Video below to see the model running.This model dates from the mid 1980’s
Our layout builder Musia hard at work on a Vero model of a typical communist era apartment block in H0. This model was produced by Vero in the former DDR
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