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Features: Shelvington, 'P4', 1970s

Published 4 July 2019, 12:59

Shelvington is set deep within BR Southern Region third-rail territory in the mid-1970s, close to Guildford in Surrey. An imaginary location, the station is served by a plethora of Electric Multiple Units (EMUs), Diesel Electric Multiple Units (DEMUs) and the occasional loco-hauled/propelled service too. Modelled to 'P4' standards, Lee Polson and Matt Farrell's stunning layout captures the feel of a busy commuter belt station on the former Southern Region in the 1970s.

All images: Chris Nevard

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