Model Railroad Hobbyist Creates Working Model Train Set Small Enough To Be A Model In A Model Train Set

Imagine a model train set, with a model building of a model train hobbyist at work — on a working model model-train set in that little model building. David Smith created a 1:35,200-scale train set (no wider in total width of the set, than your pinky fingernail).

World’s Smallest Working Model Train Set Unveiled

The preview screen shows how small it is, by holding a ball-point pen next to it. It cost about 6 British Pounds (or USD $9.84) to make, and is fully working, with a little car that makes a journey around an elliptical track complete with mountain pass and painted backdrop.

This detailed photo gallery shows a few steps of the process the hobbyist went through to create the eensy set.

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