This beautiful narrow gauge 009 scale Ashurst is set in an imaginary village nestled alongside a narrow estuary on the Sussex coast. The light railway transports the handmade bricks to the awaiting coastal ships.
The layout is loosely based around one of the stations at Great Yarmouth in the 50’s - 60’s era. It is a terminus station with engine shed and carriage/transfer sidings.
A unique model, where four layouts merge into one with Triang and Hornby models from 1950 to 1996. Each small layout has trains, rolling stock and buildings appropriate to the time period
Set in the sidings of Colmans between 1958 and 1964, N gauge Carrow Lane is a based on the outskirts of Norwich on the Ely to Norwich route. The line has a wealth of traffic from mixed freight to express passenger workings
Set in the East End of London (1955-1968). A secondary line having a local passenger and freight service, but which on occasion also accommodates diverted main line traffic.
Scole (near Diss) is an imagined micro shunting puzzle layout (based on a real line) built to a scale of 7mm/ft and shows what can be achieved in this scale in a very small space.
Long Melford Junction
Based on Long Melford (not an exact OO gauge replica), depicting the station as was in the late 1950s. Trains run from Sudbury through to either Cambridge or Bury St Edmunds via the operational junction.
N gauge layout Sutherland is set in a fictitious location somewhere to the South-West of Kansas City. The line is owned by the Union Pacific, but the Santa Fe has running powers.
War & Peace
War and Peace Rolvenden is a faithful OO gauge representation of Rolvenden’s station yard on the Kent and East Sussex Railway, as it was in the 1940s.