Miniatur Wunderland Weekly Report

15.05.06 at 14:05 hrs


Weekly Report No 289, KW 19

From Monday, 08.05.2006 to Sunday, 14.05.2006
Last Thursday the event took place and so we now can reveal the secret of pictures 3 to 6 in report 287:
Official stage approval by Atze Schröder

The stage found it's final location and the expert gave a "Thumbs up!" when he officially started the action.


Christening party of the Brook Bridge

And there was another big event:


Christening party of the Brook Bridge

Under blue skies the missing two statues St. Ansgar and Barbarossa for the Brooktor bridge were handed over to the public on May 8, 2006.


The technical side of the pushbutton action

Ups, I nearly forgot:
The effort behind the new pushbutton - action is revealed to the viewer when he takes a look underneath the model!


Under construction: staging area for Switzerland

What else happened this week? Oh yes, the staging area slowly looks like one.


Delivery of turnouts and flextrack

Moreover, a large lot of Peco H0m-track arrived from Weinert Modellbau.


Delivery of turnouts and flextrack

Nearly 190 turnouts and 650 pcs. of flextrack including accessories...


Delivery of turnouts and flextrack

...are a good basis for the Swiss branchlines.


Building the Atze Schröder stage

Hmm, what? You are still missing something in this report? Oh well, it might have to do with this object....


Fotos of Atze's stage in the workshop

That's the real thing on the pictures...


Atze Schröder's stage in the Wunderland

And the Wunderland inhabitants experienced it like this...


Atze Schröder's stage in the Wunderland


Atze Schröder's stage in the Wunderland


Atze Schröder's stage in the Wunderland


Atze in Wunderland

nd now for all those who still didn't recognize (somebody out there?) the new object:


Atze in Wunderland

here is the person who "premiered" this new pushbutton action - Atze Schröder


Atze in Wunderland

Atze clearly had a "Thumbs up" for this pushbutton - action since some pieces of his new program are performed on our mini stage! ;-)



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