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Features: Wainthrop Bridge, 'EM', 1920s

Published 24 September 2019, 10:45

Simon Howard’s atmospheric pre-grouping era ‘EM’ gauge layout, Wainthrop Bridge, represents the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway in the 1920s.

It features a terminus station and goods yard with a backdrop of stone built mills and warehouses. All of the stock is kit built to suit the era with a storage yard at one end feeding the terminus station with a selection of trains. Control is analogue throughout.

All images: Tony Wright

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