Miniatur Wunderland Weekly Report

29.05.06 at 13:56 hrs


Weekly Report No 291, CW 21

From Monday, 22.05.2006 to Sunday, 28.05.2006
The "picture of the hour" delivered some exciting fotos this week but we also want to have a more detailled look at the various craftsmen and thus solve some speculations.
Fire-protection training in our parking lot

F I R E !!!


Training with a water-filled fire extuingisher

Training with a water-filled fire extuingisher!


Fire-protection training in our parking lot

So much for water- and CO2- fire extuingishers


Fire-protection training in our parking lot

The correct handling of a fire blanket...


Fire-protection training in our parking lot

The training was staged in collaboration with the Hamburg firefighters.


Fire-protection training in our parking lot

This is also part of the daily life in the Miniatur Wunderland.:


The ships - database

Also ready this week: the ships - database


The balcony in the Swiss section.

To the right is the balcony which only lacks the railing.


Lampholders for room lights

On other construction sites more and more details are nearing completion: the lampholders for the last quarter of the ceiling.


Hole for track connection

The hole for the staging area had been sealed again and a smaller hole had been drilled for the track connection.


Building a station for the Swiss section

With an area of 14.5 m², this is the largest staion in the Swiss section...


Building a station for the Swiss section

... and this one will be visible.


Building a station for the Swiss section


Staging area waiting to be wired

Meanwhile this staging area waits to be wired and connected to "the rest of the world".


Implementing a staging area

Now it becomes evident what the long hole in the wall was meant for: The first swiss staging area was slipped through it underneath the old alps section (Austria) ...


Implementing a staging area

... and sits here waiting for it's final installation and connection.


Fire training with a CO² extuingisher

... and now the fire is out thanks to a CO² fire extuingisher in the right hands :-)



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