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Warmington

N

BR steam/diesels on a cross country mainline with a branch

Deyton Heights

HO

American 1940s to 50s yard with a run-down atmosphere

Mulldale

O-16.5

British Industrial narrow gauge set in 1950s to 60s

Addison Park

3mm

West London 1950s terminus with a mix of BR and LT stock

Terminus – All Change

OO

Heritage tramway terminus

Under Hockney Skies

N

British steam/diesels in the countryside

Sankei Valley

Z

Japanese modern main line in one of the smallest commercial scales

Cross Ness

OO

UK 1970s era set in South East London

Towcester

OO

BR 1970s cross country line in the south Midlands

Gunnislake

O

Ex LSWR Cornish station line in BR days

Watford Clarendon Road

OO

Fictional terminus in the Watford area with services to Euston 1920s to present day

Klapping

HO

Austrian truncated terminus with overhead electrics and a diesel feeder line set in the 2000s to today


St Elizabeth Street

N

Modern period, DCC controlled with loco depot and working fairground

Leonard

N

UK modern era set from Network South East period to present day

Stodden Hundred Light Railway

O

UR rural railway in 1930s. Set on Cambridgeshire/ Bedfordshire borders


Butler Central

N

Extensive UK mainline in diesel eras set on Cambridgeshire/ Bedfordshire borders

Lambourn

2mm

FS GWR branch terminus set in 1930s

Musbury

N

Branch terminus Set in the Lyme Regis area in the 1960s

Ramsey

OO

BR steam or modern image circa, 2000 Cambridgeshire area.

Hawkesden Road

N

UK branch line through station serving a busy town and its industries

Simply Narrow Gauge

On30

Three dioramas with the railway running through them. Covers a forest, desert canyon and mining town

Green Pond Mine

OO9

Modern day Peak District fluorite mine, narrow gauge steam

Thomas Town

OO

A chance to drive a train for a small payment.  You may see some friends from the Island of Sodor.  The layout is owned by our club member Alan Hobbs who takes it on numerous outings for charities and for use by disadvantaged children.  Today’s proceeds go to charity

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