|Layout Name||Featured Image||Website||Scale / Gauge||Era||Size||Type||Layout Owner||Forthcoming exhibitions booked|
|OO||British Rail Blue||5ft long||Shunting puzzle||Peter West||Weston Super Mare Train Show Sept 2017|
|4mm:ft 'OO'||2000's||11ft by 5ft (15ft x 8ft including operator spare)||Continuous Run||Simon Paley||Festival of British Railway Modelling - Doncaster - 10th & 11th February 2018|
Overlord 2 2017 English.doc 239.5KB
overlord plan 1 & 2 show info #3.pdf 143.31KB 252 downloads
Photos courtesy of Chris Nevard
|4mm/'OO'||1944||40ft||End to end wartime dockside layout||Chris Mead||Peterborough Oct 14-15 2017|
[attachment=840533:IMG_1540.JPG][attachment=840534:IMG_1541.JPG]Campbell Riverside is a small freelance depot/serving point facility, for the refuelling and light maintenance of locomotives. The layout is operated by DCC with some of the locomotives fitted with sound.
It is not set in any particular timescale or era, but is imagined to be somewhere in Canada near the US border, which helps explain the varied mix of locos seen on Campbell Riverside.
|HO||1980's||8' x 1'||Depot||John Izzard||
First Bangor MRC 26th & 27th May 2017
Belfast Ulster MRC 26th & 27th August 2017
South Dublin MRC 28th- 30th October 2017
Oak Lane TMD.docx 320.79KB
||OO gauge||1995 - Present day||10ft by 2ft||.||Greg Marshall||Croydon - 7th/8th Oct 2017|
The railway layout we have built is principally goods based scene on a fictional rural East Yorkshire branch line, with some light passenger traffic, and is set in the late 1950’s so that both steam and diesel operation can be undertaken.
The railway emerges from a tunnel under the ruins of Batterdale Castle, complete with hunt scene, the railway continues into the valley and rural town where there is thriving loco shed providing much local employment, beyond the road bridge, which is under repair there is an industrial siding serving a food mill, both Grain and Milk traffic are seen regularly.
On the opposite side of the main line, the goods yard serves the local community, with coal, general goods, food, etc. and once livestock and horses from the local race stables and breeding yards, but this traffic is now infrequent.
A recent addition is the raised embankment with local passenger station and coal drop which have been under construction for 2+ years,
There is a hidden fiddle yard with 12 roads feeding both up and down main lines and also two sidings supporting the raised embankment.
Controls are DCC, using the Model Electronics Rail Group (MERG) second generation system. Turnout operation is also controlled digitally utilising MERG CBUS and servo motors for the mechanical actuation. Operation is possible using mobile phones with the Android JMRI ‘Engine Driver’ App. Other planned future control developments are a mimic panel with indicating occupation, and computer automation via JMRI.
04, 08 Shunters
Future developments include
• Additional optional front scenic section with a Fuller road vehicle operating this section is full width and 2’6” deep, giving a total dimension of 9’6 wide by 6’ deep.
• Audience interactive scenery, e.g. servo operated dock crane. and buildings with ‘Real Smoke….’
Jacob & Andy Batters, March 2017
|n Gauge||1950-60||9’ 6” by 3’ 6”||DCC, Goods based scene on a fictional rural East Yorkshire branch line||Andy & Jacob Baters||Selby, North Yorkshire September 2017|
Batterdale Layout.pdf 112.04KB
Batterdale track plan screenshots.docx 1.3MB 195 downloads
The railway layout we have built is principally goods based scenic on a fictional rural East Yorkshire branch line, with some light passenger traffic, and is set in the mid 1950’s so that both steam and diesel operation can be undertaken.
Batterdale is an ‘N’ gauge layout of approx. 9’ 6” by 3’ 6” constructed by smaller modular baseboards, this is designed for future expansion and for easy of transport.
There is also an additional optional front scenic section with a Fuller road vehicle operating this section is full width and 2’6” wide, giving a total dimension of 9’6 wide by 6’ deep.
Controls are DCC, using the Model Electronics Rail Group (MERG) second generation system. Turnout operation is also controlled digitally utilising MERG CBUS and servo motors for the mechanical actuation. Other planned future developments are a mimic panel, and computer control via JMRI and audience interactive scenery.
Other recent additions are the Loco shed, raised embankment with local passenger station and coal drop which have been under construction for 2+ years, and buildings with ‘Real Smoke….’
Jacob & Andy Batters, Feb 2017
|n||1950 -60||9' 6" x 3' 6"||Steam / diesel||Andy & Jacob Batters||
RMWeb Topic - http://www.rmweb.co....crayingham-009/
Facebook - fb.me/Scrayingham009
|4mm/009||Preservation/Current||6' x 5'||L-Shape - Terminus to Fiddle Yard||James Griffiths||Narrow Gauge North, 11th March 2017|
Seven Ash is a 9 feet X 7 feet (including operator space) oo finescale DCC operated layout with a loco roster of over 50 Westerns, Warships, Hymeks and NBL type 2s along with Brush type 2s & Type 4s, it shows the pretops world of the late 1960s-early1970s Western region Old Oak Common turntable and fuelling point. It comes in a van (Own) and has 2 operators, lighting rig and is freestanding. for more information e-mail Steve (email@example.com)
|oo||1960s-1970s||9foot x 7 foot||Diesel depot||Steve Pike||Micklover Model club @ Derby roundhouse May 4-5 2017, Taunton rail ex 2017 & Yate model show Feb 2018|
|4mm/00||1960's||15ft x 2ft6in||End to end||Frank Collins||Warley woods, Stafford 2018, Telford 2017|
|7mm / O gauge||1950-1960||10.46m x 6.14m||Steam/diesel period||Hillingdon Railway Modellers||
|4MM 00 Gauge||1985 - 1990||12ft x 1ft (13ft x 5ft inc Operator space)||Scottish Diesel Depot||Mark Miller||
Solihull MRC Exhibition 12th November 2016
Lichfield MRC Exhibition 16th September 2017
|009||1960's||6' x 3'6"||L shaped fiddle yard to terminus||Darren Hedges||Non booked at this time|
|OO, 16.5mm gauge.||1968-71||14ft x 2ft||Fiddle yard to Terminus||Martyn Wild||
Normanton & Pontefract MRS MRE 2017
Other verbal invites TBA.
|00||2014||9ft x 3ft||self contained||Harry Denford||Sevenoaks 2016|
|7mm O gauge||1976-1981||10m x 3.5m||continuous run||Graham Clark||DEMU showcase 2016|
|00||1950's BR(W)||18Ft x 8Ft (5.49 Metres x 2.44Metres)||Roundy Roundy||Plymouth & SE Cornwall MRC||None|
|4mm/OO||1960's||13ft x 2ft||MPD||Spencer Anderson||Perth 2016, Warley 2016, Wakefield 2017|
West Shed can be exhibited as a BR Blue Diesel Depot or a MR / BR Steam Depot both with DCC Sound and is just 7ft x 1ft and operated from the front Left Corner.
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|4mm / 00||BR Blue / BR Steam||7ft x 1ft||Depot||Andy Peters||
Trent Valley, Litchfield 17th Sep,
Hinkley 22nd Oct.
Pawson's Prize Winning Pickles is a small industrial yard set in the 1920's to the 1950's. The traffic consists of raw materials inwards - wood, acetic acid, vegatables, glass jars etc, and finished product outwards - pickles in cases. The track layout is difficult to work as the head shunt will only hold one wagon and a loco, but the runaround will hold three and a loco! So shunting moves require a lot of thought - and "to-ing and fro-ing" to get a wagon where it is wanted.
The layout is 6'6" long and 15" wide, has supporting trestles and its own lighting rig. It fits in my hatchback for transport. It is operated from the front and is designed to allow the public to have a go. It requires two operators to allow for breaks and is available for exhibition.
|7mm||1920-1950||6'6" x 15"||o gauge shunting layout||Kevin Smith||Goathland 2016|
|0 Gauge||1970's||12m x 1.5m||Analogue modern image British outline||Bill Connelly||Monmouth 2017|
A short Promo video
|1/32 Gauge 1||Non Specific||2 metres x 2 metres||Funicular Railway||Gary Norman||
SDRM annual shows 2016,2017,2018
Great Electric train show Gaydon 8/9 oct 2016.
Lincoln MRC exhibition 2017
|non||HO 3.5MM||1960'S||14' X18"||AMERICAN SWITCHING LAYOUT||Ray O'neill||
2016 Alley pally, Derby, Hartlepool
2017 Stafford, Newcastle, Normanton, Trainwest
||OO||Modern Image||7ft X 2ft||Shunting layout||Christopher Addoo||
Wessex Show Sherborne 22nd and 23rd February
Fordingbridge model railway show
16th April 2016
|http://www.hillingdo...odellers.co.uk/||7mm / O gauge||1955 - 1963||10.46m x 6.14m||LNWR/LMS/BR steam/diesel transition||Hillingdon Railway Modellers||
Chatham - June 2016
Telford - September 2017
Warley (NEC) - November 2017