The Markenburg module platforms are based on platforms such as those made and used nowadays in the Netherlands. Dutch platforms often differ from each other, rather than being exactly equal. But even from a picture it is clearly to see if any platform is Dutch or not. Because of the details, such as the tile shape, platform equipment and materials for the platform walls. Of course you can find those typical Dutch elements in the Markenburg module platforms.
Some of the distinctive features of contemporary Dutch platforms are the concrete elements from which the platform edge is built, and 30x30 cm concrete paving stones which are the platforms floor. Also it is possible to further approach reality by choosing platforms with guide tiles and possibly even shelters. The width from the Markenburg module platforms is based on the geometry of rail Peco code 55. But can be used in combination with other rail systems equally well.
With this segment, A-type platform parts can be connected to D-type platform parts.
For more information about Markenburg module platforms we also recommend downloading the elucidation. This is free, to be found under "Attachments" on this page. This elucidation provides, among other things, the possibilities of connecting platforms and typing/coding of the different segments.