In my productions, I like to focus on model trains that have never been made before by other custom structure builders.
A custom building scale model train and railroad scenery and model trail layouts is a spectacular addition to any location as it adds a unique element to any space. If you want to discuss his more, I welcome you to contact me via phone or email and we can talk about what you have in mind for your design.
I can offer you almost anything that you like about the world of custom scale structures, from the best detail to the perfect scaling that we can offer you, you are guaranteed a one of a kind piece that will make a fantastic impression and design factor to your home or business.
Attention all scale model enthusiasts
Hi my name is Jiri Pecha and I have been building scale models, model train scenery and model train layouts for most of my life. My experience as a model train builder has given me a unique perspective and a wealth of information that I am about to share with you. And my reason for sharing this information is quite simple… I want you and your loved ones to enjoy your model train purchases to the fullest extent possible. Read More
Handcrafted Bridge at Remagen 1:160 scale
Two railroad lines bridge was constructed between 1916 and 1919 with a walkway. 325-meter-long steel Ludendorff Bridge had highest point of the arch 28.5 meters above the water. 156 meters long arch span was with arms each 85 meters long.
Custom made buildings and bridges
Two tracks bridge with stone buildings is hand crafted from styrene
and balsa. The Bridge with buildings is long 54 inches.
Highest point of arch Bridge is 8 inches. Highest point of
buildings is 5 1/2 inches. Wide 9 inches. Scale 1/160.
Casle from movie Where Eagles Dare
Jiri Pecha's works have been referred to as “museum
pieces” because of the extensive time he takes when
researching a geographical location, assuring the
authenticity and accuracy of detail, before actually
engaging in the production process. One look at one his
recent works, such as “Where Eagles Dare,” and his attention
to historical facts, as well as the detailed art work