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TINGS 2018 #2

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Burshaw North Western is set in BR blue days, in the north west of England.  I was pleased to see this layout at last, as I had booked it for an old ESNG show, and the builder then had to cancel as he moved north for work at short notice.  The early pre-TOPS era might not have been that auspicious for the railways, but it makes for interesting modelling.

   

More overhead electrics on the West Coast Main Line, but this time at Hatch End, at the London end of the line.  Here we have four main line BR tracks, and two underground lines.

Langston Bridge, on the Hayling Island branch, is very long and very simple, but an ideal spot to watch a succession of Terrier tank engines amble across the bridge.

Wenlock is a small BR (WR) branch terminus in the 1950’s.  Built from readily obtainable items…

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