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Features: Bee Road, 'OO', 1960s

Published 5 September 2019, 09:28

Bee Road is set in the West Midlands during the 1960s transition from steam to diesel. Owned by Gerard Pearson, the layout represents the terminus of a fictional branch off the Nuneaton to Coventry line. At 13ft x 2ft, the location features an island platform station, goods yard and engineers' yard together with a canal scene and river, all within an overall industrial setting. Bee Road featured in HM109 (August 2016).

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Fenny Stratford, 'OO' 1960s
Exton Quay, 'OO', 1930s