Layouts Under Construction

These layouts are currently under construction using two mm, three mm, four mm and seven mm scales.

2019 Exhibition

Annual Exhibition – 2019 Sponsored by Kent Garden Railways Layouts Exhibited Knuddelstein Station – N Gauge – Philip Ford – Voted BEST IN SHOW by Visitors See  more photographs below. Stoneycroft Junction – OO Gauge – Tony Rutherford Stoneycroft Junction is a mainline based station with 4 platforms, between the Midlands...

Read More

Godred’s Gap

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

Signalling Simplified

Signalling Simplified This is an OO Gauge demonstrator layout that will be used to investigate and demonstrate semaphore signalling practices. The layout is a single track with a passing loop and a two car DMU will shuttle back and forth, operating the signals as it traverses the track. PVC ducting...

Read More


An 009 Gauge layout which was first shown at an early stage of construction at the Croydon MRS Exhibition in 2018.

Read More

Limited Edition Wagons

The Society is delighted to make available some custom seven plank wagons. There are two versions available, both in N Gauge. This is the unweathered version complete with a coal load. It is available to non-members at a cost of £10.50 plus £2.00 postage and packing. If you would prefer...

Read More


Croydon Pullman Peter took the opportunity to video this long pullman train travelling down the club’s test track. R850 Lord Nelson Last year, Hornby introduced the Lord Nelson to their catalogue. Back in 2012, some CMRS members saw the real thing, running on the Watercress line. This short video...

Read More


This is an O Gauge layout that is intended for display at exhibitions. 3D printing and advanced electronics will feature in this Dockland tableau.

Read More

Past Events

December 2018 Servo Controller Workshop Thhis workshop went very well – all participants’ boards passed the key test which was to move the servo when the button was pressed. We used a breadboard power supply to deliver the 5 volts needed by the integrated circuit. This worked far better than...

Read More
Close Menu