World’s Smallest Working Model Train Set

Posted By Ben Goulding, 26 October, 2009 | permalink

Small Model Train Set

Here is the world’s smallest working model train set, which measures 1/8th of an inch by 1/4 of an inch.

Model train enthusiast, David Smith created the 1-35200 scale train set, which features a five-carriage train traveling around an oval route, with a ride through a tunnel, using just a craft knife and a very steady hand.

Powered by a standard two-inch-long rotating motor head and carved out of mouldable plastic, the model train cost Mr Smith just over £6 to make. Accompanied with a powerful telescope and it’s the perfect gift for Christmas.


(Youtube Link)

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Asswass October 26, 2009

That’s amazin, the train is almost invisible.

Extreme John October 28, 2009

Oh wow that is mega tiny I didn’t think it was going to be in someone’s hand when I saw this pop up in my feed reader.

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