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Knuffingen Airport

Knuffingen Airport

(2:54) Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany is the world's largest model railway, and very impressive it is too. But now they've added an airport, with incoming and outgoing flights!

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Guest: (2420 days ago)
Brilliant. Great work
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Brilliant. Great work
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Guest: cinematographer (2418 days ago)
lovely camera work
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lovely camera work
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Guest: Mmm (2420 days ago)
Why, when the planes and vehicles are so well done did they get a 7-year-old to paint the clouds in the background?
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Why, when the planes and vehicles are so well done did they get a 7-year-old to paint the clouds in the background?
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Guest: (2418 days ago)
The real airlines already have miniature leg room too.
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The real airlines already have miniature leg room too.
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Guest: (2418 days ago)
Latest comment: The real airlines already have miniature leg room too.
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Latest comment: The real airlines already have miniature leg room too.
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TheBob TheBob (2420 days ago)
In another part of the display they have them turning off model nuclear reactors
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In another part of the display they have them turning off model nuclear reactors
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Guest: Guest (2420 days ago)
OMFG this is boring
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OMFG this is boring
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Guest: (2420 days ago)
Well try the other hand instead
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Well try the other hand instead
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Guest: (2419 days ago)
Ha Ha Ha ha !!!
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Ha Ha Ha ha !!!
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Guest: (2420 days ago)
Brilliant. I want one.
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Brilliant. I want one.
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