Last visit to Ally Pally – I guess that next week I shall be blogging about N Gauge Southeast. It’s been a busy few days working through the final details!
Another favourite from the show was Eccleston (P4). In some ways a fairly standard urban branch line terminus, but the Lancashire and Yorkshire prototype is not a common one, and the modelling is all very well done. It’s amazing that this layout was started 36 years ago. I wish that I could be as focussed in my interests!
And the chimney is removeable for transport….
Burtisland 1883 (P4) is continues to expand, and the era chosen means that just about all the stock is scratch built. The layout is a close to scale representation of Fife before the Tay bridge was completed.
Looking forward to welcoming Lightermans Yard (2mm FS) to NGSE next weekend!
New Kensal Green (OO) is a fictional ex-GWR steam shed in the London area.
Another layout coming to NGSE is Little Ashton (N), a modern locomotive depot.
Clearwater Harbour (On30)
Three stations, Llwyn Grug (N), Troutbeck Bridge (OO) and Arlingham (EM).
And that’s all for this year, folks!
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