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At present we have seven layouts in various stages of completeness housed in our clubrooms ranging from 2mm (N) gauge to 7mm (O) gauge:

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  • 7mm Group
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    • Kimble - O Gauge

      Since Mallory Road was rejuvenated the ‘O’ gauge group has grown considerably and some have built larger engines not suitable for a small industrial layout. Also many members were interested in being able to ‘watch the trains go by’ and so the idea of a continuous run layout was born. With the kind agreement of the other sections of the Club a layout measuring approximately 32 feet by 16 feet (sorry my age restricts me to this type of measurement!) has been planned.

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    • Mallory Road - O gauge

      To look at our layout now you wouldn't believe that it was once up for sale because of lack of interest. In its original form it appears in the Gauge "O" Guild small layout booklet (volume 2) under the name of Deepwell. But now after a lot of hard work by the members (everyone's done something) we now have a smashing little layout that might even join the exhibition circuit.

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  • 4mm Fine Scale Group
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    • Clarendon - Scalefour

      Having completed our EM layout Walford Town, we began thinking about our next project. Many of the group were already modelling P4, and there was a general consensus that the new club layout should be to these standards. In contrast to Walford Town, a steam era layout was preferred, and a period of circa 1908 had general support. However, there the agreement ended. The great diversity of interest amongst the members was such that no one railway company was of interest to more than one or two of us.

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    • Walford Town - EM gauge

      Walford Town is an EM gauge ayout that has been shown in Model Railway Journal (No. 70) and Railway Modeller along with touring much of the country at various exhibitions.

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  • 4mm OO Gauge Group
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    • Duxbury - OO gauge

      Duxbury is the OO gauge club layout of the L&WMRS. As such, it designed to keep a large number of operators busy whilst providing a continuous circuit for members who wish to test locomotives and rolling stock.

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    • Toddington - OO Gauge - Juniors

      The Junior Layout is of Toddington Station on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway as it is now. The railway operates trains hauled by a range of preserved steam and diesel locomotives between Toddington and Cheltenham Race Course stations. The choice of a railway as it is now provides the Juniors with opportunities to visit the railway, to research it in detail and to get a feel for the life of the railway.

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  • 2mm Group
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    • Meacham - N gauge

      Meacham is based on a ficticious small town in Derbyshire. It consists of a through station, a branch line, a goods yard and a factory siding. It has been designed and built by the N gauge members of the Leamington & Warwick MRS over the last ten years.

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    • Kineton 2mm finescale

      Kineton - a village in south Warwickshire, close to the club house and until the early 1960's served by a station on the Stratford and Midland Junction Railway (SMJ).

      At the start of 2015 the 2mm group of the society embarked on a new project to model various stations on the line starting with Kineton.

      We are currently researching the project and have been mounting exhibitions and talks locally to collect any information and recollections about the SMJ in this part of the county.

      You can contact the team working on the project by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

        

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Sat Jan 13
Kineton on Tour!
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Kineton on Tour!

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