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Realistic HO scale layout design representing Østerport station with tracks to Frihavn station in Copenhagen, Denmark.


Scale & Size
Scale: H0 (1/87)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 350cm x 350cm; 138" x 138"; 11.5′ x 11.5′
Area: 12.25m2; 14.65yd2
Time & Theme
Epoch/Era: III / Transition
Theme: Authentic
Location: Denmark
Scene: Plain
Tracks & Route
Trackage: Marklin C-track
Type: Closed Route
Line: Double, with Junction/​Meeting Station(s), with Fiddle Yard(s)
Min. radius: 438mm; 17.2" (R2)
Max. grade: 3.4%
Turnout angles: 12.1°
Features & Control
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Power supply: DCC
Turnouts: Electric
Uncoupling: Manual


The layout represents Østerport station in Epoch III (a.k.a. Transition era) before the depot burned down in the late 60’s. The rolling stock at that time is mainly steam locomotives and wine red/maroon diesels and coaches.

The track plan is made as a scaled down version of the prototype, minus S-trains and the nearby ferry station.

The layout is designed in SCARM by Frankie Christians (who is a Danish engine driver), by use of Märklin C-tracks with R2/R3/R4 curves and large radius turnouts and crossings.

Read more about the prototype in the Østerport Station article in Wikipedia.

Project: Layout   
Author: Frankie Christians   
Designed with: SCARM
Posted on: 23 Aug 2019
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