For some reason, the thought of modeling intermodal operations really appeals to me, but... the sheer size of intermodal port operations is staggering. I mean really, who wants to dedicate the space for a static ship model that's nearly a 1000' scale feet long, right? Just about everywhere I turn, I'm reading that "prototype intermodal modeling" is going to be very rare because of the size, and that's why nobody makes ships that big, etc... Wrong..... It turns out that we've been misled, bamboozled, snookered, kept in the dark, etc. Mind you, it may not be as practical for HO folks to do intermodal, but what about N-scalers? Can you dedicate a mere 22 x 4 inches to your intermodal freighter? Sure you can... Or, if you have a hankerin, you can just buy the REAL THING... You don't even have to model the cranes with this baby! 3 Million Euros and you can be an intermodal shipping tycoon! Click on the "ships for sale" link for more potential small container ships to bust the myth.