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Dalton Le Dale

Dimensions: 14ft X 2Ft  + free standing control panel.

Gauge: 16.5mm; gauge  OO; 4MM to 1Ft.

Sector wired for DC can use DCC but not accessory decoders.

This is an established exhibition layout displayed in Northwest England and North Wales.

It is based on a fictional station at the end of a Branch line in the North East of England around the time of the Beeching closures in the 1960s. It is suitable to run Steam locomotives and early diesels.

This layout has now been sold allowing us to build a new modern layoutsee our news page for more details.

Ddraig Gwarel

Dimensions: 7ft X 2ft6ins

Gauge: 9mm; OO9; 4mm to 1ft

Sector wired for DC can use DCC for locomotives but not wired for accessory decoders.

This is an exhibition standard layout.

The layout depicts a fictional quarry narrow gauge railway. The railway came about because of the excellent North Wales slate deposits. The railway has evolved by still operating for the quarry and also runs tourist excursion trains.

Deganwy

Dimensions: 22ft x 6ft

Gauge: 16.5mm; OO; 4mm to 1ft

Sector wired for DC and DCC for locomotives but not wired for accessory decoders.

The layout is as accurate as possible layout depicting the Conwy Estuary town of Deganwy, portraying the intermediate branch line station of Deganwy. It depicts the station on a busy summer Saturday, in the days of excursion trains in the late 1950s.

St Florence Junction

Dimensions: 12ft x 6ft

Gauge: 9mm; N; 4mm to 1ft

Sector wired for DC and DCC locomotives.

The layout is a fictious place somewhere on the GWR mainline in the 1930s. The name comes from the church, built in the 2980s. The branch runs up the hill to St Margarets Village. Work is ongoing completing and improving the layout.

Two Bridges

Dimensions: 12ft x 6ft

Gauge: 16.5mm; OO; 4mm to 1ft

Sector wired for DC can operate DCC locomotives.

This layout is exhibition quality

The layout is a depicts a small town on the GWR, in the period of the Big four. It depicts a town named Two Bridges named after the Town’s two bridges. They cross a deep ravine by road and rail.

Wynthorpe Magna

Dimensions: 40ft x 2ft

Gauge: O; 7mm to 1ft

This club layout was named after two members, who built it some years ago. It is based on a fictional preserved railway, in Central England; in the, then, London Midland region.

The line has only been in preservation for a short time and is still collecting examples of stock from other lines and preservation projects, which may take some years to see. The goods yard is also the home for some road vehicle classics.