Peterborough Model Railway Exhibition 2010 Part 3

Here is part three of the Peterborough Model Railway Exhibition 2010 event that I attended to on the 16th of October 2010. The first layout is Mettesford, which is a early-1960’s type Model Railway Layout with mainly British Railways green Diesel Locomotives as well as some steam locomotive worked trains as well. This is an N gauge scale layout and the crew have done a great job on this layout. The locomotive models are made by Graham Farish (including Bachmann) and Dapol, the layout is traditional DC instead of the modern DCC system. The Diesel Locomotives filmed were a Class 31, Class 40, Class 45 and a Class 25 etc in the BR Green livery and the LMS “Twin” prototype diesel engine on MkI’s along with some steam traction like the Black 5, Jinty etc. The second layout at the show is Thornbury Hill. This layout is modelled in EM gauge and it based in British Railways set in the southern region in the late 1950’s to mid 1960’s. The rolling stock mainly comprises of “slam door” EMU (Electric Multiple Units) trains and steam hauled trains like the Ivatt and the Prairie which the area is modelled in South London. I thought the British Army military train on that layout looked very good especially with the Land Rovers, APC’s and the Tanks on the wagons and I think the wagons were KFA “Warflats” or something like that with a Class 73 shunting the train in reverse, and then is seen leaving the yard later on. The third layout in the video is Orwell St Johns and this layout is
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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