Ipswich Model Railway Exhibition 2019 Layouts
A ‘0’-16.5 narrow gauge layout of an East Anglian maltings set in the 1950’s era. A mixture of narrow and standard gauge lines with barges arriving with coal and barley for the maltings.
An N gauge layout with fully functional yard with Goods, Coal & Brewery sidings. After a journey around the layout, the trucks are then shunted back into their respective sidings. Click the pic to see a video of the layout in action.
A narrow gauge line that might have been. Set in the early 1950s with a mix of steam and diesel motive power. Whilst road competition is yet to bite you can already see signs of cost cutting on the railway.
A fictional P4 gauge 35 mile cross country route from Colchester to Stowmarket serving mainly agricultural community and villages. It survived until Dr. Beeching wielded the axe in 1967.