Great Electric Train Show Layouts 2023

The 2023 Great Electric Train Show takes place on October 14/15 at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes. Sponsored by Accurascale and West Hill Wagon Works, the 2023 show plays host to more than 30 layouts, over 45 traders and one of the biggest ever portable 'OO' gauge layouts with the combination of Pete Waterman's Making Tracks layouts from 2021, 2022 and 2023 to create a giant 152ft x 14ft super layout modelling the West Coast Main Line. You don't want to miss this!



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Great Electric Train Show Layouts 2023

Twelvemill Bridge

Debuting at the 2023 Great Electric Train Show is Key Model World and Hornby Magazine’s latest project layout: Twelvemill Bridge.

Ranelagh Bridge

Malcolm Bentley set out to recreate his 1970s spotting days in West London by modelling the famous Ranelagh Bridge stabling point outside London Paddington station.

Polcombe Regis

Polcombe Regis a rural Southern Region terminus set in the 1960s and modelled in ‘N’ gauge.


Tamcester is a large town somewhere between London and Birmingham, served on a loop off the West Coast Main Line and modelled in ‘N’ gauge.

Thorne Yard

Thorne Yard is set in the 1980s, somewhere in the Midlands or central Scotland and models a departmental yard and run-round facility.

White Meadow Quarry

This compact ‘N’ gauge layout models a busy main line station with a quarry behind. See it at the 2023 Great Electric Train Show.

Five Elms MPD

Set between 1964 and 1967, Five Elms MPD captures the end of British Railways steam in the South and is modelled in ‘OO’ gauge.

St John’s

This Great Western Railway branch line terminus is set by the seaside and modelled in ‘OO’ gauge.

New Dalby

New Dalby models a Network Rail test facility based on the Railway Technical Centre in Derby. It is modelled in ‘N’ gauge.

Tulloch Bridge – Scotland in the 2000s

Tulloch Bridge is set on the picturesque West Highland Line in Scotland, a few stations South of Fort William.  The operational periods cover 2004 and 2012 in ‘OO’ gauge.

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