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  1. Chris

    Little Lawley

    Huge thanks to Jack at modelsigns4u for the above station sign. Welcome to Little Lawley, an 00 gauge layout based on Lawley Village Station on the Telford Steam Railway. The layout will be 72 cm x 20 cm and - having been hugely inspired by City Goods - is designed to fit in one of the Really Useful wrapping paper boxes. The track layout is a simple tuning fork, with a small station that fits one coach and the loco on the main line, whilst the siding will play host to whatever is left there. The layout will not be an exact replica - it is heavily compromised in terms of size for starters - but is designed to capture the essence of the prototype. Handily, the prototype has a ready made scenic break as the station is approached by exiting Heath Hill tunnel, the tunnel mouth being a perfect way for trains to leave the scene.
  2. Chris

    Alexandra Sidings

    Welcome to Alexandra Sidings. An overall shot of Alexandra Sidings. A 'Google Earth' style overview. The mess rooms, fuel point, and the start of what is hopefully going to be an old mill building. The over bridge scenic break, mess room, un-powered front siding (used for showing other locos/wagons and masking the exit) and small factory buildings.