Peterborough Model Railway Exhibition Part 2

This is the second part of the footage from the Peterborough Model Railway Exhibition. First of all, there are some stills of the EM gauge track which you can buy in kits with a small diorama of a yard that was used to show this super detailed track in action. The rolling stock that was used was a Bachmann Class 08 in Blue livery and a Heljan Class 47 in BR Railfreight livery. After that I briefly film a T Gauge layout which is a Fictional Japanese layout which uses the Series 103 units in the Osaka Loop Line (Orange), Kansai Line (Green) Keio Line (Yellow) and the Tohoku Line (Blue) liveries. The scale of T-gauge is either 1:350 scale or 1:400 scale. Next is a short video of the Triang Mimic Motorways Roadway System which uses powered road vehicles to enhance a Model Railway although compared to the newer Faller Road system where the vehicles are pulled by magnets. The triang version looks a bit crude, but it was very advanced back in its day and it is better than static traffic I think. Next up is an LNER & British Railways OO gauge layout set in the late 1950’s, although I only filmed two shots of the layout because the limited space on my Memory Card. The next layout in this video is Alanbeck Junction which was exhibited by John Burn. Alanbeck Junction is intended to portray a small part of the British Railway network during in the period from 2000 to 2003 and is a Modern Image layout. It is situated where a busy cross-country line joins up to a double track main line

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