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Many members of the society have layouts of their own, either under construction, or completed. Some of these are exhibited, others just built for the pleasure of doing so. We are always glad to publish any information about these layouts.

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  • Overlord - OO

    Overlord - OO - Chris Mead

    The inspiration for this exhibit came from a book describing the part played by the port of Southampton in the D-Day Landings of 1944 (codename "Overlord" - hence the title). It also provided an opportunity to combine the interests of railway, military and nautical modelling.

    The layouts is a large OO layout depicting a dockside 'somewhere in the south of England' un the immediate aftermath of D Day

     

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  • Rose Grove - P4

    Rose Grove - 4mm Scale, P4 - Steve Ridgeway & Trevor Edwards

    With this layout, under construction, it is hoped to re-create the railway scene at Rose Grove in 1959.  Rose Grove, at the western edge of Burnley, Lancashire was built by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway in 1898/9 to replace a small two-road station on that site.  What was built became one of the more important centres on the L&Y.  The station had a large island platform with two bays, a double track junction, 6-road engine shed, and large up and down grids (goods marshalling yards) of 15 and 20 roads respectively.

     

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  • Sidmouth - P4

    Sidmouth - P4 - Richard Harper

    Sidmouth was served by an 8 mile long branch, which was opened in 18— by the London and South Western Railway and closed in 1967 by Dr Beeching. Trains started at Sidmouth Junction on the West of England main line and consisted of branch stock, through coaches from Waterloo and in the summer, excursions, including some from Cleethorpes.

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  • Phil & Brian Parker - Flockburgh, + others

    Phil & Brian Parker - Flockburgh, Hellingley Hospital & Melbridge Dock

    Flockburgh - 3mm

    Set in the later days of steam, Flockburgh represents the end of a small branch line on the border between England and Scotland. The layout is built as a test bed for 3mm scale stock.

    Hellingly Hospital - OO

    Hospital layout.  Unusual railway line set in East Sussex for the asylum.

    Melbridge Dock - OO

    Dock layout featured in Railway Modeller and exhibited at many shows

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  • Grafton - P4

     

    Grafton - P4

    Midland & South Western Junction Railway set in 1910.

    Featured in MRJ and exhibited at many shows.

     

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  • Traidenham Yard - OO gauge
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