During my holidays in France I visited an exhibition about the former meter gauge railway from Clermond-Ferrand to the mountaintop of the Puy de Dôme. Since the hill was too steep they choose to use an unusual system Hanscotte, to enlarge the adhesion of the locomotive. The locomotive and wagons got four horizontal wheels. The wheels from the locomotive were driven using a complicated system; all wheels had breaks, so the locomotive was always on the front of the train.
Sander en Hans Louvet are building this layout in scale S (1:64). We will try to make some pictures during construction and put these on the site of the Modelspoorteam. Via this site you can follow the progress of the layout.