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Features - 2019 Layouts
Addison Park is an imaginary location situated in West London very close to Kensington.
After six years of success with the fictitious layout Llandovnodd, we decided to model the next fictitious village up the coast called Avyn-a-Llyin.
Bee Road represents a fictitious West Midlands (London Midland Region) terminus set in the early 1960s.
Bournemouth West models the southern terminus of the Somerset and Dorset Railway which closed in 1965. The layout is built to ‘OO’ gauge and is based in the 1959-1962 period.
Bradwell Point represents a fictitious nuclear flask unloading facility in the North of England, which serves a local nuclear power station.
Branksdowne Junction is a British ‘N’ scale layout depicting a fictitious location in North West England in the modern era.
Canute Road Quay is a quayside layout located somewhere around the Canute Road area within Southampton Docks. It is operated primarily by the Southern Railway and is set between 1946 to 1949.
Caradon Junction is based on Coombe Junction on the Liskeard to Looe branch in Cornwall.
On a frosty morning in December 1992 a visit was made to the brickworks at Cherry Orchard, near Rochford, Essex.
Crossley Scrap is a micro layout inspired by the real location of Crossley and Evans' yard in Shipley, West Yorkshire.