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Steiner Modellwerke has added Bavarian whistle and bell signs to its program.

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Finally, a look at the signals and parts at tracks and vehicles from Oppermann Modellbau.

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At the International 0 + 1 Gauge Days in Giessen, Andreas Schuster from Atelier AnSchu had his latest creation on offer. This is a stock winch in gauge 1, applicable in workshop and for mounting on locomotives. A kit made of nickel silver, very detailed and - above all - immediately available.

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Weinert's offering for 1 gauge is modest this year.

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Jaffa's Moba-Shop has provided spur1info with the new catalog in advance, which contains new figures and accessories for gauge 1.

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Wema Bahnatelier has added to its assortment a craftsman and two figures handling the wheelbarrow that was already delivered.

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According to a press release, model train accessories manufacturer Busch is owned since the beginning of 2021 by MEG Modelleisenbahn-Gesellschaft GmbH, which already owns digital and O gauge manufacturer Lenz Elektronik and Silhouette, a manufacturer of trees and landscaping accessories.

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Anyone who offers figures for 1 gauge must think of scenes and situations. The concrete mixer set from Wema is suitable for small construction sites from the time before today's cube house design.

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Birds and cats roam everywhere, but are hardly available in 1:32 scale. Klingenhöfer now closes this supply gap. Other animals for dioramas and layouts are also included in the program.

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Jaffa's Moba-Shop has expanded its range of products with more figure sets. Some fit very well to the new market stands.

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Hardly had MiniArt released a kit of musical instruments than the Ukrainian manufacturers added two pianos. More kits are flooding the market.

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The German accessory manufacturer Bergswerk offers four new water-based premium clear coats which seal model surfaces highly transparent and non-slip and protect them from UV light.

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Shop showcases of scale 1:32 buildings are often decorated with photos because the decoration is laborious or corresponding goods are not available. A kit with musical instruments for a stylish music shop of epochs I to IV will be available soon.

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A reader gave us an address for high-quality models of metalworking machines. They are delivered ready to use and are highly detailed.

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The Steiner Modellwerke have redesigned the inclined coaling elevator. The lorries will be produced once again.

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Sometimes you wonder why certain accessories are not available for gauge 1. Wema is tirelessly producing new ideas from the practical experience of creating a layout.

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Accessories for gauge 1 are usually quite large. Kits can be mounted without magnifying glass and the secure grip of a four year old. The pallet kit discussed here is ideal for fun at the end of the working day - and the result is very close to the original.

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3D-printed figures in natural poses and fine accessories - the 1:32 range is growing. Inspiring close-ups of samples.

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Lasered roof tiles come in many shapes. If you have very high demands on model making, lay them one by one. Here is a source for high-quality roof tiles.

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Beli-Beco presented its extensive range of lamps and illumination for model railway scales in Nuremberg. A novelty for gauge 1 was included.

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MiniArt is constantly expanding its range of kits in 1:35 scale with civilian motifs.

Many of them can also be used together with 1:32 scale.

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Still has made the Gras-Master even stronger and announces for the first time accessories for gauge 1.

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Until the 1970s, there were manually operated gantry cranes in German railway stations for reloading heavy goods from open freight cars to carriages and trucks - and vice versa. For those who don't necessarily need real action on a Gauge 1 diorama or at the loading track, Jürgen Hans offers an attractive alternative to functional models.

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If 1-gauge models are to be oiled, repaired or for other reasons not to stand on their wheels, you will need a foam locomotive cradle. It shouldn't be expensive.

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A cohesive train appearance as with the prototype is a matter of nerves of steel with four-axle passenger cars on gauge 1. Even the fine motor skills of a surgeon won't get you far. But there are now practicable tools to solve these problems cleverly and to ensure an automatic connection of the cars.