Das Miniatur Wunderland, or Miniature Wonderland, in Hamburg, Germany is now on Google Maps. It’s also featured on a neat YouTube video above.
I love places like this. The closest thing to me would be Victoria’s Miniature World, which amazingly I’ve never visited. There was also the Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad, which I missed when I visited Osoyoos because it closes on statutory holidays.
However, Miniature Wonderland has now made its proverbial mark on the map with Google Street View directly at miniature street level. One of the views you can find is of this tiny central German town.
Or check out the view inside Hamburg’s central train station, Hamburg Hauptbahnhopf.
And the railfan salivation continues throughout the exhibit.
You can check out the Google Maps Street Views of this magnificent miniature exhibit your self. Still not convinced? Watch the official video of Das Minatur Wunderland.
Well, that’s another item for my geek bucket list then. It just better be open when I do arrive; otherwise, I’ll be one brooding railfan loitering around Hamburg.
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- Google Maps: Street View overview of Das Miniatur Wunderland