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Features: Bere Banks, Western, 1970s

Published 9 March 2017, 10:33

Bere Banks is a 'OO' gauge layout set in Devon on the London and South Western Railway's line from Exeter to Plymouth in the 1970s and 1980s and imagines what it might have looked like if the through route had remained open.

Digital Command Controlled, the layout measures 20ft x 10ft and features a double-track main line offering a secondary route to Plymouth as well as branch line traffic to Gunnislake. Diesel Multiple Units, diverted locomotive-hauled summer specials and extensive freight services keep the line busy.

Bere Banks featured in HM110.

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