The last years were not good for LGB trains enthusiasts; as you know after the collapse of 2007 the situation become dramatic: the owner (Richter family) were sent away, the historic factory in
Despite this situation, LGB trains (both model and accessories, new and used) are still available in shops and on the web, the enthusiasts community, in Germany and all over the world is still alive and nobody want forget this great rail model brand.
This blog (unofficial) is simply devoted to actuality and history of LGB, trying to collect information, news and resources, hoping that old and new modeller could enjoy it. For all people that owned a Stainz or a huge collection of G scale models, for people running trains in their garden on simply on the floor with R1 curves…
In "Last news" page you can easily find the news about LGB trains without surfing in the posts. In “LGB trains” page there is an abstract about LGB and G Scale. Check “Download” section for resources you need and look at “Label” on the left side for reading what you like.
As you can see, my English is not perfect…because is not my language! So, be patient! I know the greatest community of LGB enthusiasts in German speaking but I can’t speak and write it…and I hope English language is ideal for a more large understanding of the blog content.
Last but not least: this blog is unofficial, I'm simply a fan of LGB trains. I collect news and info on LGB official site (http://www.lgb.de/), on LGB fans forum around the world, visiting fairs and talking with other LGB fans and collectors. If you need to contact me for any reason, please leave a comment in this page; feel free to suggest me arguments to talk about in the forum.