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Features: Buckshee, BR (ScR), 1950s-1970s

Published 15 May 2018, 16:20

Buckshee is a 'OO' gauge exhibition layout set in the Scottish Highlands during the 1950s/60s and '70s.

Operated by Redditch Model Railway Club, the layout represents a fictional location on a projected line between Oban and Campbelltown in Scotland. Word has it that the line terminated at the town following realisation that it would be too costly to build in its entirety with little potential profit...

Measuring 15ft x 18ins, it is analogue controlled and rolling stock is a mixture of kitbuilt and ready-to-run. Most buildings are scratchbuilt, supplemented with a few off-the-shelf resin-cast examples.

Buckshee appeared in HM58.

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