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Railway Correspondance and Travel Soc
Interesting talks approximatly monthly at Saltaire Methodist Church http://www.rcts.org.uk/

A DVD from Vidpics

Layouts from the 2008 exhibition

Bradford MRC layouts were Victoria Road and Thomas

Bilbeck woods (00) Richard Pratt

Bilton Grange Model Railway Club, Harrogate.
The Layout came about as a solution to run any type of Stock at any time to suit all tastes of our club members! Go On have a look and see which we are running today!

Boggart's Leap (009) Brian Howarth

This layout represents a railway built to give pleasure rides with stations at the garden centre and at the tea rooms.

3ft (0.9m) x 2ft (0.6m) oval

Church Warsop EM (4mm=1ft finescale) Tony Gee

The layout is set in the mid 1920’s, when the change of ownership from the GCR to the LNER had just taken place. Some locomotives and rolling stock still remain in GCR livery.

Front view–Scenic Section 8’x 1’3” Total Size 11’9”x 1’6”

East Gate Wharf 0-16.5 7=1ft; Ray Clasper Wakefield MRC

A freelance layout based on the narrow gauge lines of North Wales largely based on the Tal-y-llyn .

14ft (4.25m)x 2ft (0.6m) end to end) Click plan to enlarge

Falls Junction 0n30 American (1/4"=1ft) David Hewitt Keighley

The layout depicts a purely fictional station on  thriving narrow gauge, American railroad.
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Haslingden N; Independent Railway modellers Ass

The layout depicts Haslingden station and the surrounding area from bridge street the road over the tunnel at the right to the Hud Hey over bridge at the left.

Size 10ft by 2ft
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Holmbury Junction N; (Gordon Holmes)

A fictitious layout of a once thriving steam era location representing railway practice now viewed in the 90's regional railways.

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Hubberholme EM; 4mm=1ft; David Seymour Skipton

Hubberholme was originally served by a singe branch which was used by both the LNER and the LMS.

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Lostock Quay (3mm TT); Terry Tracy Leyland MRC

Lostock Quay is a fictionanl 3mm railway serving a run down quay, a small oil depot and a loading plant.

15ft by 1ft 6"
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Outwell Village 00 4mm scale (Alan Price and Neil Rushby);

The model depicts the largest intermediate depot on the Wisbeach and Upwell tramway as it was vaguely post 2nd world war.

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Ride on train (7in gauge) Brian Howarth

Size 50ft (15m) x 3ft (0.9m) end to end

Seabury Town O gauge 7mm=1ft (Mike Renwick)

A well known O gauge layout with many workin novelties.

Trollenburge Heights G scale (Keighley Model Railway Club)

The branch rises to higher levels by transferring the mountains of the Trollenburge ridge. The layout is for entertainment and is unusual in its style

20ft by 16ft
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Upsan Downs O Gauge; George Woolnough, Ruthin

Deep in the heart of the Southern Railway territory you will find the market town of Upsan Downs.

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Upper Benllech; 4mm (M57 MRG)

Valley Tramways; 4mm/00 - W. J.Helliwell

Portrays a portion of edge of Northern town scene circa 1920-1950 showing trams and narrows streets. 

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