A test layout for railway automation. Built on A1 foamboard, this 2mm layout will be automated using the Java Model Railway Interface (JMRI) which is available as a free download.Read More
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Maxwell is of nowhere in particular. During operation, you will see steam and diesel locomotives, from around the 60's era. Special trains running will include the Blue Pullman, a special locomotive hauled Pullman, and a Brighton Belle,Read More
Wats Lane is imagined to be a preserved railway in the south of England. Formerly it was an interchange between a quarry line and a short branch line, which also served the small local community.Read More
Stickey End is an imaginary small branch terminus in the south of England. Originally built by a Victorian industrialist to serve his private estate, it was mainly used in the steam era by Londoners escaping into the countryside.Read More
The layout title ‘Meinrheinszene’ is translated as ‘My Rhine Scene’. The location is fictitious but is inspired by the Rhine valley main line, particularly through the Rhine Gorge region between Koblenz and Rudesheim. The scale is 2mm.Read More