Appleton Dene depicts a narrow gauge line running through a station and providing rail access to a factory and a builder’s yard during the 1930s.
The rolling stock is either scratch-built or from modified kits and features some interesting wagons, carriages and locomotives. Part of the line runs along the road as a tramway and so requires the use of tram locomotives. The buildings are also scratch built using a variety of techniques.
Higher resolution versions of the pictures on this page (and other pictures of the layout) can be foundhere.
Notes for Exhibition Managers:
The layout has been re-modelled to make it more compact [Shorter]; the original version of the layout featured in the November 2013 issue of the Railway Modeller.
Size: 16ft x 1ft 9in
[Operators stand behind the layout]
Expenses: Petrol for 2 cars.
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