There is something interesting (to me at least) about the traditional carriage sidings. They used to hold an interesting array of coaches, of differing types, and perhaps even some non-passenger parcels stock. The only trouble in modelling such a prototype is its size, even in ‘N’. Operation is not especially varied, but like modelling a loco shed, there is a constant flow of stock in and out, for cleaning and maintenance, and to the terminus for the next train out.
Following the lines of South London around the wonderful National Library of Scotland mapping, I came across an interesting site – Peckham Rye maintenance sheds.
These were built originally for the maintenance of the LBSCR overhead electric trains for the South London Line (of which this is a part.) They are relatively compact, as the large shed is only about 2ft long in ‘N’ and the small one shorter…
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