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Features: Tedburn St Mary, Western, 1930s

Published 9 March 2017, 11:33

Tedburn St Mary is a fictional location set in Devon during 1945-1948 at the end of a Great Western Railway branch line.

Owned and operated by South West Herts Model Railway Club, this stunning 'OO' gauge analogue controlled layout measures 16ft x 3ft 6in and incorporates exceptional attention to detail with operational bracket signals, working swing platform and small cameos including a welding scene, train-spotting youths and an impatient lorry driver!

Tedburn St Mary featured in HM97.

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