Rossiter Rise portrays a fictitious through station somewhere in the suburbs of North West London in the mid-late 1950s. It includes platforms serving LMR suburban services, LMR branch line trains and a bay platform for London Underground shuttle services.
On the banks of a lazy river sits Loctern Quay, where a narrow gauge railway can be found threading through the streets of the village. Although the quayside has fallen into disuse the railway struggles on, its little goods trains still serving the community and its small businesses.
This popular 4mm layout consists of a fictitious Museum of Transport situated in the regenerated former dockland of an English town. Railway exhibits are housed in a purpose-built Railway Gallery while 4mm scale electric tramcars operate on a double track around part of the layout.
We are the OO Live Steam Club. We see our role as supporting Hornby’s Live Steam ‘OO’ gauge products from the early 2000s and showing owners and potential owners how to get the best out of their Hornby live steam locomotives. See us at the 2021 Great Electric Train Show on October 2/3.
Humphrey Road Sidings is a departure for us as we normally model overseas railways. The layout depicts a small Southern Railway goods yard in ‘OO’ gauge. It doesn’t model a prototypically place, it is set in a generic location ‘somewhere in SR territory’.
This rural Great Western Railway branch line models a characterful through station in 7mm scale using the latest ready-to-run locomotives and rolling stock from Dapol and Heljan as well as kit built wagons. Presented by Mike Hickling and Dan Evason this wonderful models brings back the peace and tranquility of the 1930s.
Dragonby's visit to the Great Electric Train Show will be its 189th public outing since this 'N' gauge layout made its debut at Acton Mainline in the 1990s with Croydon Model Railway Society. The 2021 Great Electric Train Show will be amongst its last events before retirement with current owner Geoff Buttler.
Malcolm Briggs' stunning North Cornwall Brewery will be making its exhibition debut at the 2021 Great Electric Train Show following its print debut in HM163 (December 2020). Marvel at its scratch built buildings, track set into the block paved ground and stunning attention to detail at the show.
Alisdair Macdonald set out to recreate the most southerly branch terminus in Scotland in his characterful 'OO' gauge exhibition layout. Set in the 1960s, it captures the final years of this line before its closure. See it at the 2021 Great Electric Train Show.
The Hornby Magazine team is debuting its brand-new 'OO' gauge model of the Great Central Railway at the 2021 Great Electric Train Show. Measuring 16ft x 8ft it features a typical GCR station named Quorn Magna on one side and a representation of Swithland Sidings on the otther.
An undoubted highlight of the 2021 Great Electric Train Show is the only planned exhibition appearance after Chester Cathedral's Making Tracks event for Pete Waterman's stunning 64ft long model of the West Coast Main Line in 'OO' gauge.