Miniatur Wunderland Guestbook

schrieb am 26.04.2009 um 06:06 Uhr
I’ve been a model railroader most of my life (72), and have built many layouts for myself and many others. Thus, I can categorically state that Miniature Wonderland is far beyond anything previously constructed in the world. It is truly an amazing effort. The designers, builders, the financial supporters are all to be commended for this remarkable work of art and craftsmanship.

Someday soon I hope to visit in person.

Don Bozman


schrieb am 26.04.2009 um 00:21 Uhr
Coming to see your layout in July this year and looking forward to see it. Belong to a train club which they heard about me going to this.

schrieb am 25.04.2009 um 20:35 Uhr
The most wanderful place of world railroading. Good work Miniatur-Wunderland. Go ahead.

Carlos Luzio
La Paz, Blovia
South Amerika

schrieb am 25.04.2009 um 04:25 Uhr
I didn\'t get to visit the Miniatur Wunderland but I saw it on youtube. my goodness does it look amazing. I would love to see it and enjoy the work that was put in to keeping it running and how creative the people were who built the Wunderland.

schrieb am 24.04.2009 um 03:47 Uhr
I am anxiouse to take the tour.............

schrieb am 23.04.2009 um 18:08 Uhr
Incredible detail! Hopefully will spur the growth of railroad modeling amongst today\'s youth.

schrieb am 22.04.2009 um 08:22 Uhr
<strong>Great site!</strong>

schrieb am 21.04.2009 um 01:49 Uhr
Love the model Railroad!! Do have DVD\'s that working the USA.
My wife works for Siemens!

schrieb am 20.04.2009 um 17:07 Uhr
Great display....real to life like I\'ve never seen before

schrieb am 20.04.2009 um 14:44 Uhr
I took my 6-year old son on a long-weekend holiday to Hamburg, mainly to see your Miniatur Wunderland. Flights and hotel bills made this an expensive visit - but it was definitely worth every penny! What a fanatastic set of layouts!!! There is so much to discover, My son usually gets fed up watching with model railways after an hour, but at Miniatur Wunderland it was almost difficult to get him out again after 5 hours! Of course, I also enjoyed all the fantastic detail, the many 1:87 people sitting on trains and being observable in all sort of situations, and the great sense of humour!

I do hope that Great Britain is going to be one of the future areas to be modelled. There is a lot of rolling stock available, lots of buildings in both resin and kit, and a lot of stereotypes to laugh about.

One small mistake I noticed: on the English language \"Travel Guide\" the description of Kiruna reads: \"A Finnish ore mine...\" Ouch! Kiruna is in Sweden, as you surely know.

Thanks a lot for the wonderful weekend. We\'ll come again.

schrieb am 18.04.2009 um 18:03 Uhr
What a wounderful layout you have. How long has it been in existance? I was stationed in Germany in 1980 - 1982 and fell in love with the euopean railways and got into modle railroading ever sence. Your wounderland layout is truely amazing and I will continue to follow your progress in the comming years. Thanks Lee

schrieb am 18.04.2009 um 10:29 Uhr
Guys, This is the coolest place ever. Me and My little brother are building Model train sets right now. We are building Three layouts over the course of ten years or more. The First one, Lleuva Arbõl, is a rainforest logging rail-way in Venezuela, with (Fiddleyard) Connections to Ciduad de Guatamala- With our own logging (IMAGINARY)company, Guatamala logging-USA and with other fiddleyard connections to Ciduad de Mejico, with our other company Mejico fruta pinta Blouqe- co. Our second layout, Brûler Mountain,is set in Alaska, in a skiing and holiday resort in the Alaska Range(MOVING STATION LOOP LINES)With non usable lines connecting to Bethel, Anchorage, Valdez , Toronto and New Beverhide, with New beverhide being tottally made up. It will be set at night by using Hornby scale lighting. Our last layout is set in England, an industrial village in the countryside, called Cedarwood-Upon-Beverhide. The main features are a Quarry, a tunnel station, a moving building site:eg.Cranes and diggers,Etc and also a working steel yard:eg sparks and steel on conveyer belts getting ready to be melted down. If we succeed with these layouts we may do more layouts like Ireland (Name- Shamrock bay) Isles Of Scilly (Doggon and Doggen, Candon Place)and Finally Australia (Name- Waston-Hinham) Thanks and your layouts inspired us to make these.

David and Rob

schrieb am 18.04.2009 um 02:44 Uhr
Hello from the States,

Saw your Railroad on a Tracks Ahead Show here a couple of years ago in the States. Will someday come to see you. Today 17 April 2009 is James Last (HAnsi) birthday, he is 80. We are Fans of his.
Cheers Dave

schrieb am 16.04.2009 um 19:51 Uhr
Fantastic!

schrieb am 14.04.2009 um 16:25 Uhr
Absolutly amazing...I had the pleasure of living in Ansbach, Germany for three years.. I\'ve always wanted to go back, but never had the chance. Your web-site is outstanding... thank you.

schrieb am 14.04.2009 um 06:37 Uhr
The format of your GPS coordinates to copy and paste into Google Maps etc. is:-

E 009° 59’ 22\" N 53° 32’ 28\"

schrieb am 13.04.2009 um 03:27 Uhr
Hi, I am interested in Museums world wide, I am trying to start a historical HO train Museum depicting my local area, including a lot of Timber Mill\'s, and old Bush train lines.

schrieb am 11.04.2009 um 06:14 Uhr
WOW! Out of this world; this labor of love of many creative railroad enthusiast\'s minds at work or shall we shall PLAY?

It was so interesting to hearing all about this; I\'ll pass this along to many others, and especially my former railroad state co-workers!

Thanks for sharing this internationally. A JOB WELL DONE !! :)

hugs/kisses to all the many volunteers for their endless hours creating this for us all.


schrieb am 11.04.2009 um 02:23 Uhr
This is remarkable...~~~!!!!!!!!! I sure wish I could be the lucky one to come and see your display.....Unbelievable~~~ fabulous!! thanks for sharing this on the internet!!! I have a brother who made one down his basement, but, nothing like this. Wonderful work...Sondra

schrieb am 09.04.2009 um 06:56 Uhr
A friend directed me to U-tube and I was amazed at the video shown although the quality was rather poor.

I have been a railway enthuast all my life (I am 77)and own a 7.25\" guage,all Electric loco, which I run on The 5 Km Castledare miniature railway in Perth W.Australia.

Can you help me to download a good quality movie, or purchase a DVD which shows the complete railway?

Thanking you in advance,

Yours sincerly

Colin Cave.