Accurascale is joining the line-up of sponsors for Pete Waterman and the Railnuts team’s development of Making Tracks 3 (HM193), the group’s latest West Coast Main Line themed ‘OO’ gauge layout, which is set to be displayed at Chester Cathedral this summer.
This year’s specially created 64ft long layout will model a replica of Milton Keynes station in full, including 18ft long platforms and bi-directional running lines.
“It’s very important with rising costs to have trade support”, says Pete Waterman, adding: “It shows us that the trade cares about what we’re trying to achieve. Accurascale might be a new name in the model railway world, but they have achieved so much success in the past few years, so we are delighted to have them on board to help with Making Tracks 3.”
Accurascale Managing Director Stephen McCarron backed the layout, saying: “It is an honour and a privilege to help raise money for such a worthy cause, bring an ambitious project to thousands of people who can be inspired by the efforts of the Making Tracks team, and it is particularly exciting to see our own models at work on this astounding layout. Once we were able to get involved, we jumped at the chance and we can’t wait to see it in its completed state this summer.”
Making Tracks 3 will be on display at Chester Cathedral from July 26 to September 2 2023.
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