In recent years, Google has made its mission to take Street View to the ends of the earth, from exotic locales to busy metropolitan street corners to the sleepy suburbs. Recently, it’s decided to take things up a notch — or should we say, down a notch. Google has launched a set of Street View images for the world’s largest model railway, the Miniatur Wonderland in Hamburg, Germany. This isn’t the kind of mini railway system you’d find in your living room, either. Miniatur Wunderland is 13,000 kilometers of track, a thousand trains, 335,000 lights, and 200,000 figurines. The whole thing takes up about 14,000 square feet, and now you can see it all on Google Street View.
**For more on this project, check out the charming video below.**