Current H0 track:
|Number:||The first real track, Fleischmann Modell|
|Construction date:||Version 1 started December 2005, finished January 2006|
|Updates:|| Version 1.1
Version 2.0 & 2.1
Version 3.0 & 3.1
Version 3.2 & 3.3
|Measurements:||Table: 2.60 meters wide by 2.80 meters deep|
|Architecture:||Analog, DC powered, electrical|
|Transformers:|| Fleischmann 6730 trafo,
7,5VA (inner track)
Fleischmann 6735 trafo, 7,5VA (upper tracks)
Fleischmann 6755 trafo, 17VA+14VA (outer tracks+switches)
|Design & railplans:||M.L.C. Spoorendonk|
|Construction:||J.P.A. van den Baar & M.L.C. Spoorendonk|
|Paintwork:||J.P.A. van den Baar|
|Electronics & advise:||M. te Hofste|
|Electrical installation:||M.L.C. Spoorendonk|
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4.0 (turntable added and addtional industry tracks,
Version 3.3 (turning loop added to the causeway, see image)
Version 3.2 (unloading ramp added for hopper cars, see image)
Version 3.1 (Sik parking and industry track changed, see image)
Version 3.0 (30 cm boards added on bottom and right side, see image)
Version 2.2 (outer pass added for ICE-3 parking, see image)
Version 2.1 (changed middle parking lane, see image)
Version 2.0 (new construction of lower levels including 6 new parking lanes, see image)
Version 1.1 (parking zone changed, see image)
Version 1.0 (first release, see image)
1.0 (old test-track)
Piko track 2.0 (current test-track)
Full plan (top view):
Upper level (parking, the 8 and turning loop):
The full eight has a 560
meter distance in scale.
The parking-lanes + causeway is 250 meters long from stops to exchange.
A turning loop is created by splitting the causeway and connecting this to the eight.
Upramp and spiral down
The industry tracks also
has a turntable and unloading dock.
The lower parking area has 3 tracks.
The Piko test track board is 1.9 meters wide by 1.1 meters deep.