Three more layouts revealed for the 2023 Great Electric Train Show modelling railways from Scotland, the East Riding and Kent.
THE LAYOUT line-up for the 2023 Great Electric Train Show continues to grow with the addition of three new and diverse layouts modelling railway lines from Scotland to Kent.
Above: Tulloch Bridge is a compact ‘OO’ gauge Scottish Region scene modelling the EWS era in the Highlands. See it at the 2023 Great Electric Train Show.
The new additions are Martin Stewart’s superb and compact Scottish Region ‘OO’ gauge layout Tulloch Bridge, Hull Miniature Railway Society's model based on Hull’s Lockwood Street station in ‘N’ gauge (feature coming soon on Key Model World) and Staple and Ash modelling the East Kent Railway in ‘OO’ gauge and displayed by Noel Young.
The three new additions bring the layout line-up total to 18 out of the 30 booked for the event which includes the biggest ever ‘OO’ gauge portable layout through the combining of Pete Waterman’s Making Tracks 1, 2 and 3 West Coast Main Line layouts. More layouts will be announced in the September and October issues with the full line-up announced to date available to view online. Discount advance tickets for the 2023 show are also available to purchase from the website with advance tickets allowing early entry from 9.30am each day.
Above: Lockwood Street is one of several ‘N’ gauge layouts which will be attending the 2023 Great Electric Train Show.
Above: Staple and Ash models the East Kent Railway in ‘OO’ gauge and is exhibited in memory of Jez Leming by Noel Young.
The 2023 show takes place at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes on October 14/15 with the event including a free shuttle bus from Milton Keynes Central railway station each day, disabled access to all areas of the show and more.