Steve Cox's modern-era 'OO' gauge DCC-controlled layout represents Western Region operations, taking inspiration from the likes of Reading and Cheltenham.
This year we welcome Simon Howard to the Great Electric Train Show, as he demonstrates all things digital! If you have a query regarding decoder installation, control systems or digital sound, Simon's the person to talk to.
Ever wondered how to achieve perfect grass cover on your layout? Green Scenes will be showcasing static grass techniques, demonstrating how to apply it effectively for a realistic appearance.
If you're thinking of building your own track, visit the 'OO' Gauge Association stand where they will be demonstrating track construction techniques, with plenty of hints and tips along the way.
Fancy getting yourself scanned and miniaturised for the layout? Alan Buttler is back with his popular 3D-scanning demonstration.
Looking for realistic trees? Visit Jacqui on the Ceynix Trees stand to see how she creates her miniature masterpieces - in all shapes and sizes!
If you love technology, visit the DCC Automation stand at the Great Electric Train Show for regular demonstrations of the latest digital products available, including automatic layout control software and much more.
Batcombe represents a fictional South Coast resort on BR's Southern Region at Poole Harbour in Dorset, during the 1950s.
Set in the late 1960s/early 1970s, Newhaven Harbour represents a BR Southern Region station in third-rail territory on the South Coast.
Owned and operated by Justin and Nigel Adams, Wyken Yard is a compact 'O' gauge shunting layout, set on BR's London Midland Region in the 1960s.