The Magnificent World of Miniature Trains at Rahmi Koç Museum

Miniatureür of trains in Muhrşem World 'Exhibition' was opened with the participation of Rahmi M. Koç Museum Chairman and founder Rahmi M. Koç.
Magnificent World of Miniature Trains at Rahmi M. Koç Museum

In the selected model of 'The World's Best Editing' on the ONTRAXS 2012 in the Netherlands; locomotives, wagons and railway lines and the historical-ancient texture of the Seljuk Station and its surroundings are in a moving and audible manner. The 1 / 87 scale, which contains realistic sections from Ephesus Antique City and Meryemana House, is waiting for its enthusiasts in the Rahmi M. Koç Museum.

Rahmi M. Koç Museum, 'Great World of Miniature Train' with visitors to the exhibition offers a cross section of 1980 of Turkey ...

Selcuk-Ephesus-Virgin Mary-themed model with its locomotives, wagons and railway lines, in which the historical and ancient texture of the Seljuk Station and its environs are located in a moving and audible manner. train fiction, Turkish model is a first in the history of railway shows.

The project, which was presented to the taste of 300 thousand people in Dortmund Intermodellbau, which is the largest toy and model fair in the world, was selected as ulan The Best Editing Dün in the Netherlands Ontraxs 2012 and exhibited as Inter Special Prestige Invitation UM in Leverkusen.
The UM Magnificent World of Miniature Trains UM exhibition that appeals to visitors of all ages can be visited between 8 November 2012 - 2 June 2013.

Visible, realistic details

Launched in 2010 and completed in the 16 month, the work is 10 and a half meters long. In the project; the most common model in the world where the details can be selected and realism can be captured by the human eye train 1 / 87 HO was used. In the choice of materials, mainly plastic, wood and resin were used, while in most of the buildings, rocks and walls, ceramic plaster was preferred. Car, human figures, wagons and locomotives were modified 1980 the scanned photo archives of Turkey. The trunks of trees were made of electrical wire and the leaves were made of wool and paper particles. Especially in order to reveal the woodworking and to present rich colors, autumn was selected as the season.

The exhibition can be visited from 10.00 to 17.00 on weekdays and from 10.00 to 18.00 on weekends.

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