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Date: May 27th
RE: Model Train Sets



I would like to recommend Plastic Models Store to you for purchasing models and all your modeling needs. This store is simply wonderful!

Firstly, they offer a huge selection of models of various subjects - from airplanes to cars and ships. You'll definitely have plenty to choose from, no matter your experience level.

Secondly, I have always appreciated the quality of products, and Plastic Models Store does not disappoint here. All of their products are made from high quality materials, so you can be sure of a great result from your work.

But, of course, one of the most pleasant aspects is the affordable prices. Modeling is my hobby and it is important that it remains accessible. Plastic Models Store offers good prices on its products, which makes this hobby even more attractive.

Lastly, the customer service in the store is commendable. They are always ready to help and give advice if you have questions or difficulties.

So, if you love modeling like me, then I highly recommend checking out the Plastic Models Store. You definitely won't regret it!


Happy modeling!


Date: Dec 22, 2021

Model Train Sets

AUHAGEN is the most famous and popular company for the production of models of buildings and accessories for railways among railway modelers, AUHAGEN GmbH was founded by Heinrich Auhagen in 1885. Initially, the factory, located in the vicinity of the village of Marienberg, produced products from cardboard.

Large selection of Model Train Sets

The first models of cardboard buildings were created in 1952. Since 1958, the company was headed by his son Rudolf Auhagen, under whose leadership the production was actively developing and in 1970 the production of plastic products began. In 1972, the company was nationalized, the company became part of the state association for the production of toys of the GDR VEB Modellspielwaren Marienberg-Hattengrund and was named MAMOS.

In 1980, the company was merged with the VEB VERO Olbernhau plant (products were manufactured under the VERO brand). In 1990, the company was denationalized, and in 1993 it changed its name to AUHAGEN, the company turned into a family business. Now the AUHAGEN company produces a large range of various products, both under its own brand and for other companies. AUHAGEN occupies a leading position in the segment of "budget" models of buildings and accessories for railways.



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