A Victorian waterworks site modelled by Chris Seago in 009 scale.
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This layout was inspired by the Derbyshire hills and villages and fits on to a table top. It was built for local shows specially to show what can be acheived scenically in 009 scale in a 1mt x .75mt space
A 2 ft diameter 009 scale "pizza" layout by C Seago of a milling area and small passenger station. The windmill and steam mill have animated features.
An engineering works on the fictitious Ruritantian Railways modelled by J. Corsi in O-16.5 scale.
La Garita Hills is a 0n30 scale American outline layout set in Colorado in the late 1940's. I assumes that a spur line was constructed from Moffat on the Denver Rio Grand Railroad after the successful mining of gold in the late nineteenth century. The railroad handles brewery and livestock traffic, and tourists are now making the area popular. The scenic area is 3.6 metres long by 1 metre deep, and a turntable fiddle yard adds another 1.2 metres.
A selection of photos taken of individual models of locomotives and rolling stock owned by Group members.
Stewart Greens 009 Southwold Railway layout of the area around the Halesworth engine shed, just east of the town, where the line turned away from the standard gauge and headed for the coast.
Stewart Greens small scale (Nn3) scenes of the major civil engineering structure on the Southwold Railway over the River Blyth and his pizza style Challenge layout portraying The Heronry.
Stewart Greens first Southwold layout. He has modelled the whole of the end of the line from the Golf Course footbridge to Station Road including the allotments, station and coal yard, Station Hotel and home knit factory. The scenic area is twelve foot long running into a fiddle yard with sector plate.
(Fiction): The Glenister Valley Railway was built on the track bed of a standard gauge line in Lincolnshire. The standard gauge was closed in 1958 and later that same year the Earl of Lincolnshire bought the track bed and reconstructed a 2ft 3" narrow gauge gauge line. Running for 19 miles to the small terminus of Glenister, the line is run using second hand stock from Britain and abroad, much of this stock still running in their original companies liveries until such time as new stock can be purchased.
The layout features the terminus, canal and timber yard as in the mid 1960's, and is 8 ft long x 21" wide using two boards.