Dydley is a fictitious junction location somewhere south west of Birmingham on the Welsh borders and represents a London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) route with Great Western Railway (GWR) branch, nominally set in the 1930s.
Porth Eithin is set on a harbour-side location in Cornwall, on BR's Western Region during the 1950s and 1960s.
Loosely based on the former Great Northern location in Leicester during the 1960s, Abingdon and District Model Railway Club's extensive 26ft x 10ft 6in layout represents a busy terminus during the 1960s with plenty of passenger, parcels and freight traffic.
Set in the West Midlands during the 1970s, Barry Platt's 'OO' gauge digital sound layout is full of BR blue nostalgia and features a wide variety of locomotive-hauled freight and passenger trains.
Much Murkle represents a rural Great Western Railway (GWR) terminus at the end of an eight-mile single-track branch line.
Rannoch takes inspiration from the remote location on the West Highland Line in Scotland, set in the post-2005 privatisation era.
Kingsbury is set on the Great Western Railway (GWR) in the Bristol area around nationalisation in 1947-1950.
Tedburn St Mary is a fictional location set in Devon during 1945-1948 at the end of a Great Western Railway branch line.
Hornby Magazine's 'OO' gauge BR Southern Region layout Twelve Trees Junction returns to the Great Electric Train Show in its new format with continuous run storage yard.