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Located at the previous Rosenbahn there is a railway terminus at the end of the shuttle track. A kind of combination of a station and locomotive shed is made ​​with this building. It is intended that the platform outside the building extends into the entire building. The building is made ​​entirely of an own design. First, a base is made ​​of cardboard, a construction of wood bars is glued together. In this construction cardboard walls with windows are fitted. On the outside of the walls, strips of veneer are glued with a dilute wood glue. All painting and weathering took place with acrylic paints. Lighting inside the building is made with the latest small LED types of lamps.

After the Rosenbahn track was demolished to make place for a new Rosenbahn build in Modules the Railway Terminus is been used for a large diorama. The moment the diorama was finished it is moved to the club. Rosenbahn is member of Modelspoor Club Bergen op Zoom, located in a monumental building in the city center and the diorama stands now already for about 2.1/2 year in the shop window and is seen by many people. Every evening the diorama is illuminated till midnight.

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