Great Electric Train Show layouts 2022

Great Electric Train Show layouts 2022

Howbrooke – ‘OO’ gauge modern image

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The modern railway in 2019-2020 is the subject for Richard Smith’s rapidly built ‘OO’ gauge layout Howbrooke.

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Making Tracks II – Pete Waterman’s 2022 ‘OO’ gauge layout

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This year Pete Waterman and the Railnuts group have built a brand-new ‘OO’ gauge West Coast Main Line layout. See it one final time at the Great Electric Train Show.

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Roxby Town – modern day ‘N’ gauge

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Geoff Buttler’s Roxby Town models the current railway scene in ‘N’ gauge and you can see it at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show.

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Fairlie Syniad Da – the Ffestiniog in ‘OO9’

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Hornby Magazine’s recently completed ‘OO9’ narrow gauge layout is making its second public appearance at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show. Find it on the magazine stand!

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Bottom Works Sidings - Woodhead in the 1970s

Bottom Works Sidings is set in the heart of the South Yorkshire coalfield, just south of Barnsley, on a cold January morning in 1973, and recreates a small set of exchange sidings that function as a secondary entrance into a steelworks. See it at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show.

Ambleton Vale - an 'N' gauge country terminus

Ambleton Vale is an 'N' gauge model railway set in the rolling countryside somewhere in central England around 1965.

Sydney Gardens - Bath's famous railway in 'OO'

Sydney Gardens is a faithful representation of the stretch of the Great Western Railway main line on the approaches to Bath, built by a group of like-minded modeller’s who live locally to the area. See it at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show.

Dawlish Warren - Devon in 'N' gauge

This layout is Chris Morris' model of Dawlish Warren station as it was during the 1960s together with a short section of sea wall. Built in 'N' gauge you can see it at the 2022 Great Electric Train Show on October 8/9 in Milton Keynes.

Farbine Road - the West Midlands in 'OO' gauge

Farbine Road Wagon Repair Depot is a fictional depot loosely set in the West Midlands area. It is a compact layout which models the 1970s and 1980s BR blue period built by Neil Woodbine and Sue Farmer.

Beckwick - a Southern electric terminus in 'OO'

Beckwick Town is a fictitious location situated in Southern England, some forty miles from London. It is modelled in 'OO' gauge by the Beckenham and West Wickham Model Railway Club.

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