Mick Bonwick is a regular at the Great Electric Train Show and brings a wealth of weathering experience in his comprehensive demonstration.
Professional model maker and artist David Wright returns to the Great Electric Train Show, offering an insight and guidance for modelling detailed buildings in miniature.
Alan Buttler’s 3D laser scanning demonstration is back – and you can be scanned too to appear in model form on your own layout!
Simon Howard joins the Great Electric Train Show demonstration line up this year to answer your questions and queries about digital control.
The Double O Gauge Association (DOGA) is the group for committed ‘OO’ modellers world wide.
Set between 1964 and the end of BR Southern Region steam in 1967. The layout represents a fictitious junction station and goods yard on the Southern in 'OO'.
Oake is a station on the Taunton to Barnstaple line, about half way between Norton Fitzwarren junction and Milverton on the section of double track and about five miles from Taunton.
Readham was inspired by Reading and Cheltenham and came from the desire to have a modern image Digital Command Control sound layout where the locomotives weren’t just at a constant speed and ‘sound’.
Loftus Road is based on suburban West London, inspired by Kensington Olympia, set in the time period 1995-present.
Based on the station which serves the Market town of Poulton-le-Fylde, located on the Fylde coast in the north west, this exhibition layout aims to provide both modelling ability as well as operational interest.