Great Electric Train Show layouts 2022
Fenny Stratford – a Midland station in ‘OO’ gauge
This Midland Region through station is located a stones throw from the Marshall Arena venue of the Great Electric Train Show.Dave Court
Spirit of Swindon – the Western Region in ‘N’
This ‘N’ gauge layout models the famous Great Western Railway works town in the early hydraulic era.Neil Mason
Oakenshaw – a Midland ‘OO’ gauge layout
Oakenshaw is a fictitious West Yorkshire mill town set in the 1960s in the final years of steam.Guy Craddock
Lob Ghyll – the Yorkshire Dale in ‘OO’
Lob Ghyll is the latest ‘OO’ gauge layout to be built by Tom Couling and is set in the Yorkshire Dales during the BR steam era.Tom Couling.
East Dock – an Eastern dockside layout
East Dock is built to 4mm scale with ‘EM’ gauge track by long time Abingdon and District MRC member Alan Goode. It is exhibited by the club in his memory.Abingdon and District MRC
Fawcett Street – a ‘OO’ shunting layout
This is a shunting layout designed to provide as much operating interest as possible in a small space.Steve Rogers
Gare de Brindille – French narrow gauge
The First World War is the setting for this compact ‘SM32’ French narrow gauge railway.Graham Minshall
Halland – a ‘OO’ branch terminus
This multi-length steam era layout is presented in its longest 17ft format for the 2022 Great Electric Train Show.John Gay.
Loughborough Midland – the 2000s in ‘OO’ gauge
The Midland Main Line in the early 2000s is the setting for this busy ‘OO’ gauge layout presented by Ivanhoe MRC.Paul Warden.
Grub Lane – an ‘O’ gauge shed
Minimum space modelling in ‘O’ gauge can still be rewarding, as Grub Lane shows.Kelvin Barnes