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Features: Bradford City Rd, Midlands, 1960s

Published 15 September 2017, 10:38

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.

Based on a fictitious Great Northern Railway location, it depicts a terminus to the South West of the city and serves all ex-Great Northern lines to the north via Keighley and to the South West via Halifax and Queensbury, together with routes to Leeds and Wakefield.

Measuring 9ft 10in x 19in, the layout is DCC controlled.

Bradford City Road appeared in HM70.

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Appleton Jct, Midlands/Eastern, 1960s
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