The Society has a number of layouts which can be booked out for exhibitions, ranging in scale and gauge from N through to G gauge.
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Layouts marked ** are available for exhibitions. Please contact the club for more details.
Trockel Quarry - G **
12ftx 6ft (requires 14ft x 6ft operating space)
A freelance narrow gauge shunting layout with a tramway feeding both featured industries. Stone and timber is the main traffic of this layout. The timber mill has an operating circular saw and the stone works has operating loaders.
Unnamed OO9 (under reconstruction)
This sleepy village is sometimes woken by the sound of blasting from the nearby mines, the only other loud noises come from the cattle market near the station.
A lot of the buildings are based on prototypes in Rothwell, Northamptonshire. Indeed a number of them are recognisable, such as the old Rothwell Fire Station.
Mile End - OO **
20ft x 2ft (requires 20ft x 4ft operating space)
London Underground based, this layout can be set in two time periods covering the 80's and 2000's.
EFE stock is utilised in the 80s era and it's S stock replacements can be seen for the 2000's. Road vehicles are changed to suit.
Hammerford - OO **
9ft x 18in (requires 9ft x 4ft operating space)
Hammerford is a small halt on a junction. Serving two local industries, the layout is based primarily in the late 60's to late 70's
Hammerford West - OO (under construction) **
6ft x 3ft
Built primarily as an extension to Hammerford, but can operate independantly, this busy layout boasts plenty of scratchbuilt models, including a rendition of the Society headquarters complete with 5" gauge miniature railway.
Unnamed O Gauge (under construction)
A quiet small town terminus. This rural location has limited goods activity but enjoys a good amount of shunting movements.
Underground Ernie and Friends - OO-ish **
5ft x 4ft
Thomas the tank engine and friends join with their Underground cousins to entertain the children in this interactive layout.
Coffee Table - OO **
3ft x 3ft
A simple round and round layout, which was designed to show that you can create a layout even in the smallest of areas.
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Harrison Quay - OO - Tony Thompson **
6ft x 2ft (8ft x 2ft including yard)
Quayside activity with plenty of shunting. This road/rail/sea transfer point sees many vehicles enter and exit including changes in shipping.
Wiston Pond - OO - Kevin Emsley **
3ft x 18in (7ft x 18in including yard)
A quiet terminal station where locomotives can be refuelled, and small goods trains service the town.
Toweeks - N - Kevin Emsley **
3ft x 1ft
Built to show what can be accomplished in a small amount of time, this layout gets it's name from the time taken to build. Two weeks!
Lathaichean sa Ghrein - N - Francis Rossi **
5ft x 2ft
Scottish theme solar powered layout. Designed for portability and for audience participation. Drive it yourself.
Birch Creek - N - Francis Rossi **
6ft x 3ft
American action in the smaller scale. Based on scenic elements of Illinois and Minnesota, this small layout boasts trains can belie its size.
Batts Corner - OO - Francis Rossi **
8ft x 1ft (requires 8ft x 4ft operating space)
A small layout with plenty of cameos and things to see, not just the trains.
Valley - OO - Will Welby (Under construction)
Based on Valley in Wales, this end to end layout will have many elements from the prototype, including flypasts of Hawk fast jet aircraft from RAF Valley.