Here is the second part of the three part video from the event and this continues from part one with “Lumpton Park”, an N gauge British Model Railway that is based on modern era traction and I believe it based on the West Coast Main Line near Wirral. The layout uses a mixture of Passenger and Freight trains running along an embankment. The rolling stock used (in order of appearence) is a Graham Farish Class 47 in Virgin Trains livery hauling a rake of Intercity and Virgin Trains liveried MkII carriages with a Class 158 in Central Trains livery going in the other direction. Next is a Kato Class 373 Eurostar train that is heading east in this shot, then a Graham Farish (Bachmann) Class 170 in Central Trains livery is seen heading west with a GNER HST (on loan to Virgin Trains) is heading east (Note that the carriages should be MkIII’s and NOT Mark IV’s as shown here. Next a Class 60 that is 60078 in Mainline Blue with an EWS yellow beastie on the sides is also heading east with a rake of TEA 100 tonne tankers in various liveries is rumbling along the embankment and a Class 66 hauling empty HTA wagons is seen heading west. Then a EWS Class 90 with a ferry train is seen cruising east along the embankment with a Class 91 hauling a 225 train in GNER livery is heading west.
Video Rating: 5 / 5