We have three layouts that we can take to exhibitions and a fourth, a club room layout, is under continuing refurbishment.
Dewhurst is our "O" gauge layout named from some of our members affection for "Last of the Summer Wine". It was conceived as a Great Western/LNWR joint station.
Track and points are a mixture of hand built and proprietary. Tony, JohnB, Mike and Phil added a small extension to the station end. JohnB, Alan and Martin have improved the arrangement of the station throat and have sorted out the wiring that the change entailed. Geoff built a new point for the yard.
Quarry Halt is a small "OO" gauge layout depicting a small halt and yard. Roger carried out a complete refurbishment which included tidying up some point work and adding working signals. Most point and signal controls are mechanical (aren't bicycle spokes wonderful! ) The layout is only 16 inches deep. It is available for exhibitions, contact us on email@example.com
Our OO9 layout is called Tallybont. It is a typical narrow gauge railway and includes two stations, a quarry and an engine shed. John B rewired that some time ago and added the quarry and the backscene.
We have called the clubroom 4mm layout Farrington Road in memory of a well loved member who died a few years ago, it is a popular choice by members. It is a large oval that incorporates a 4 platform station, a branch line, two small goods yards and a 14 road fiddle yard.