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    Eden Road TMD


    Eden Road TMD

    Eden Road TMD is a representation of a Traction Maintenance Depot set loosely between 2000’s and present day to allow a range of motive power to be used. The depot is operated by Direct Rail Services (DRS) to service their fleet of locomotives. 

     

    Visiting traction from other UK operators such as GBRF, West Coast Railways, Freightliner, Colas and DB Cargo can also be seen along with some coaching stock stabled. The layout contains a twin road locomotive shed, a smaller shed, refuelling point, a train wash and some storage sidings for basic maintenance. 

    A fenced compound is used for storage of FNA nuclear flask carriers between movements. 

     

    The layout requires a minimum space of 14 feet x 6 feet including operating space and barriers, but more space is always appreciated.

     

    Eden Road TMD can be transported by car, expenses limited to cover fuel costs & travel costs as i prefer to generally pay for my own accommodation.

     

    More photos and information can be found at www.edenroadtmd.com or on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram - @edenroadtmd 

     

    Owner - Ryan Gray, email edenroadtmd at hotmail dot com

     

    I am based in Fife, but willing to travel to most of the UK and Ireland. 

     

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