Great Electric Train Show layouts 2022

Great Electric Train Show layouts 2022

Witham – a Western Region junction station

Martin Reynolds

Witham is a fictious ‘OO’ gauge layout set in the geographical area of Witham in Somerset during the summer period of the late 1950s and early 1960s, seeing the twilight of the steam era and the dawn of the new diesel era. 

Martin Reynolds

The Yard – an industrial shunting layout

MARTIN COOMBS

With multi-scale operation, radio controlled road vehicles and radio controlled crane this layout is set to impress at the Great Electric Train Show.

MARTIN COOMBS

Quorn Magna and Swithland Sidings

MIKE WILD

One of the latest Hornby Magazine layouts is making a second appearance at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show on the Hornby Magazine stand.

MIKE WILD

Allerby – 1980s Cumbria in ‘O’ gauge

Steve Thompson

Allerby is a brand-new 40ft x 17ft ‘O’ gauge layout which is making its public debut at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show. Find out more here.

Steve Thompson

Whiteacres – modern image ‘OO’

Terry Robinson

This is Stafford Railway Circle’s impressive multi-level privatisation era 4mm fine scale layout. See it at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show on October 8/9.

Terry Robinson

Penphyl Halt – G scale indoors

Martin Shenton

Martin Shenton is displaying his busy G scale indoor layout at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show offering a taste of larger scale modelling.

Martin Shenton

Fen Lane – East Anglia in transition

Peter Milne

Thetford and District Model Railway Society is showcasing its attractive Fenland ‘OO’ gauge layout, Fen Lane, at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show.

Peter Milne

Gravesdown South ‘OO’ gauge layout

MIKE WILD

Built as a display layout for an increasing collection of ‘OO’ gauge rolling stock, this BR blue era layout is now a bustling scene.

MIKE WILD

Greenford Broadway – ‘OO’ gauge Underground

Tony Dean

This compact ‘OO’ gauge layout models the London Underground system between 1948 and 1962. See it at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show.

Tony Dean

Collingwood – the South coastway in ‘OO’

MIKE WILD

Simon Paley has modelled the current railway scene on the West Coastway line in ‘OO’ featuring detailed signalling systems and lineside equipment.

MIKE WILD

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