This section is devoted to my fellow garden railway enthusiasts here in Denmark. We hope to show some of the garden  railway's and associated activities here in Denmark.
     Hopefully this section will increase in size as time goes with more people getting involved, and those who are involved sending me details and pics of their own creations. Layout drawings would be appreciated.
I built my first garden railway in 1987 with Peco SM32 track. Brian Jensen who lived in the same town started building his a few years later. It was also based on 32mm track, but was later converted to 45mm “G” scale track. It was quite extensive and became our main steam up track for many years.
Danish Garden Railways
     Since that time, a few more people have joined our little club ( now known as MDK 45 ), which has meant that  a few more garden railways have been built. We have had the pleasure of visiting garden railways belonging to Anders Bjerre, Jesper Bo Nielsen, Søren Sørensen, Poul Betak,  Knud & Søren Sørensen , Kaare Maul, and last but not least the extensive Gauge 1 track built by Aksel & David Clement.
L&B "Lyn" passing Frede Nielsen's "Superior" on the Gauge 1 track belonging to Aksel & David Clement.
Above :-  The steam raising area at Brian Jensens garden railway. Sept. 2001.

Right :- Jesper's Accucraft Shay loco on his own railway, making a good plume of steam in the damp air, as it passes the lawn.
 
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