The 2020 Great Electric Train Show layout line-up is continuing to expand with two new exhibits for the October 10/11 event in Milton Keynes being revealed this month.
Bradford Model Railway Club's Reevy Road West reflects BR passenger and freight operations in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Set in the period 1974-1984, the layout features Digital Command Control (DCC) operation using the NCE PowerPro system.
Portsea is set on BR's Southern Region in the 1950s and 1960s and features third-rail Southern Electric and steam operation, based on the railway infrastructure in and around Portsmouth on the South Coast.
The Hornby Magazine team is preparing for the 2020 Great Electric Train Show which will take place on the weekend of October 10/11 at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.
Hornby Magazine's Twelve Trees Junction models BR's Southern Region in the transition from steam to diesel and electric traction during the 1960s.
Wimborne represents a once-busy BR Southern Region junction in 'OO' finescale.
Furnace 5 is a small contemporary 'OO' gauge exhibition layout loosely based on the steel industry of South Wales.
Milton Keynes is the central point between London and Birmingham, located just off the M1 via Junction 13 from the south (A5) and Junction 14 (A421) from the north and east, and connected to the two cities by rail via the West Coast Main Line.
If you’re travelling to the 2019 Great Electric Train Show by train this weekend, a free bus service will be operating every 30 minutes throughout the day between Milton Keynes Central railway station (bus stop Z6) and the venue - Marshall Arena, Stadium MK. Train services to/from Milton Keynes Central are operated by London Northwestern Railway, Virgin Trains and Southern Railway.