Z-scale (1:220) is the smallest commercially
available model railway scale with a track gauge of only 6.5 mm.
The Z-scale was invented and introduced in 1972 by the famous West German model
train manufacturer, Märklin.
A small town somewhere in the Alpine region
in Southern Germany. In Zweibären the time has stopped in mid-1970's
and the town is still living the Golden Era of rail transportation. A popular
tourist destination, especially among train spotters.
A website that tells the
story of the city of Zweibären and the
railways in the region. Practical z-scale
model railway information and related
resources are included too.