The original of the windmill in Malmoeland must be assigned to the group of Dutch mills and and could not have been chosen any better for use on a model train layout. The octogonal shape is important for the entire architectural form. The timber construction perfectly matches the overlapping timber plates and the masoned base bulding. As a high tower type windmill the model also has large wings to provide much resistance to the wind and thus to generate more engergy. The roof forms a beautiful onion-type shape towards the top. The wooden gallery with its diagonal wooden supports dominates the appearance. The wings are turned into the wind wiht the sterts. The architectural apperance can hardly be topped particularly in the play of the colours together with other thatched buildings. In the correct scale - the mill is 35 cm high - the wings rotate realistically powered by an electric motor (38284).