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Basin Street: '00' (4mm/ft) - 16.5mm gauge)

Owner: G Wilson & N Porter, Size: 16ft by 3ft, Two layouts in one, the upper level depicts an Ex L.M.S. goods depot comprising a bonded warehouse and a mineral yard. The lower layout is modelled as a L.N.E.R. canal basin with exchange sidings. The layout is set shortly after Nationalisation in 1948. Availability: Due to debut at the Hull Model Railway Show 2014

 

Botanic Gardens: 'P4' (4mm/ft - 18.83mm gauge)

Owner: Hull MRS, Size: 30ft by 13ft, A North Eastern Railway suburban layout based on the station of the same name in west Hull circa 1921/22. Available: Late 2016

 

Braithwell: '00' (4mm/ft - 16.5mm gauge)

Owner: Hull MRS, Size: 18ft by 9ft. Based on the ex GCR lines, just inside North East Wales, designed to cover up to three periods, late 50s Steam, mid 60s steam/diesel and late 60s green/blue diesels. Availability: Due to debut at the Hull Model Railway Show 2015.

 

Cullingden: '00' fine scale (4mm/ft - 16.5mm gauge)

Owner: Hull MRS, Size; 24ft by 10ft, The layout represents a midland terminus somewhere west of Bradford in West Yorkshire during October 1961. The track plan typifies the complicated approach to such termini during that period. Availability: Due to debut at the Hull Model Railway Show in 2016.

 

Lady Cross: '00' (4mm/ft - 16.5mm gauge)

Owner: Hull MRS, Size: 20ft by 12ft A 1960s BR Southern Region Steam era based in the area of the New Forrest, depicting a local station. Availability: Late 2014.

 

Llyn Madoc: 'EM' (4mm/ft - 18.2mm gauge)

Owner: Steve Farrow, Size: 16ft by 7ft 'U' shaped. A might have been passing station on the secondary line from Chester to Ruabon based in the summer of 1939. Availability: Due to debut at the Hull Model Railway Show in 2015.

 

Market Lindum: '00' (4mm/ft - 16.5mm gauge)

Owner: Andrew Hartshorne, Size: 24ft by 8ft. Market Lindum is a passing loop on the Midland Railway's fictitious Horncastle to Boston line, situated where the Lincolnshire Wolds become the Fens. It is the junction for a minor branch to Skegness, and also has private sidings for the nearby RAF base and a large market garden. Set in the hot summer of 1959, expect to see various elderly MR, GC and GN locos, together with a few new diesels. (A renovation of a former HMRS club layout.) Availability: due to debut at the Hull Show 2015.

 

 

 

 

Page updated 10th October 2014

 

 

 

 

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