Barrowmore Model Railway Group's outstanding 'P4' layout, Mostyn, is the largest exhibit set to appear at this year's Great Electric Train Show.
Brighton East models a Southern Region terminus in the late 1990s/early 2000s, loosely based on the Kemp Town branch, in East Sussex.
Anderby Creek is a 'OO' gauge layout set on the Lincolnshire coast, firmly within LNER territory during the 1930s.
Set in West Yorkshire in the 1970s, BR blue livery is very much the order of the day for David Harris' 'OO' gauge Bradford City Road.
Grimsby Town Modellers Group's 'OO' gauge exhibition layout, Appleton Junction, represents a 'what-might-have-been' junction covering BR's Midland and Eastern Regions, in the 1960s.
Low Hill 'O' Gauge Group's Wick End showcases 1970s/1980s BR Scottish Region traction, with more than a nod to the far north of Scotland in 7mm scale.
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 'OO' gauge layout represents a busy terminus during the 1960s with plenty of passenger, parcels and freight traffic.
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.
Much Murkle represents a rural Great Western Railway (GWR) terminus at the end of an eight-mile single-track branch line.
One of three micro-layouts built by Graham Gatehouse on display at the Great Electric Train Show this weekend, The Shunting Puzzle is just that - an industrial shunting puzzle in 'OO'!