This end to fiddle yard layout portrays the terminus of a fictional branch line from Brighton to the nearby village of Rottingdean. The time period is the early years of the Southern Railway and the roling stock is mainly from the former London, Brighton & South Coast Railway.
This is also a fictional layout, set in Dorset, and is also Southern Railway. It protrays a branch line terminus and intermediate station and the emphasis is on realistic operation.
This is a scenic layout in the style of Hornby Dublo 3 rail. With three circuits and a shuttle there is plenty of action on this layout.
Wyke River is a fictitious small town somewhere in Colorado, USA, close to the Rocky Mountains that can be seen in the background. It’s main industry is the Wyke River Wood Box Co that manufactures crates from planks of fir that come from a nearby saw mill. On the outskirts of the town is a small silver mine from which the ore is transported to a smelter in side tipping wagons.