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Features: Kingsbury, Western, 1930s

Published 9 March 2017, 11:48

Kingsbury is set on the Great Western Railway (GWR) in the Bristol area around nationalisation in 1947-1950.

Owned and operated by Barnhill MRC, at 45ft x 3ft this exceptional 'O' gauge layout features a single track branch line with a passing loop, bay platform, sidings, an engine shed and a canal.

Buildings are a mixture of scratchbuilt and kit-bashed while locomotives and rolling stock are a mix of GWR, London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) and early British Railways types.

Kingsbury appeared in HM114.

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