We have a number of layouts that are available or can be made available to take to exhibitions elsewhere. Some of these are club layouts while others belong to members. In all cases initial enquiries for bookings should be addressed to the Secretary.
Some layouts are not currently exhibition-ready and will be worked on when time and manpower permit. If one of these is of particular interest to you, please enquire as we may be able to move it up the “to do” list.
* Those marked with an asterisk can be seen on the layouts pages of this website or on our YouTube channel
Two-road through station based loosely on Liskeard. Trackwork complete and scenery well under way. Era can vary.
American mid-west town and country. Era can vary. Requires refurbishment.
Steam/diesel transition. Contained entirely within a case.
Station with industrial yard plus countryside.
L-shaped. BR sectorisation period. Terminus to terminus.
1960-1990s based very loosely on Bodmin Road/Parkway. Double main line with branch.
Contained entirely within a case
Steam/blue diesel era. Branch line terminus.
Diesel era Welsh terminus ex-GWR. DCC with sound.
Cornish village/town setting. Era can vary.
Four-road through town station with two-road lead-ins. Era can vary. Sits about 3ft off the floor.
Simple loops with basic scenery. Suitable for children to operate under supervision with Thomas or similar stock.
Hill top pit-head, marshalling yard and lower level town station.
American rural community. Undergoing refurbishment. Era and availability unknown.
American setting – the hint is in the name. 1900S to 1920s.
A setting of the Lynton & Barnstable narrow gauge line.
The interchange between the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways on angled boards. DCC with sound.
Run-down branch terminus with sawmill. Mainly diesel, some steam. DCC, some sound.
Modern tinplate. 1950s/60s steam/diesel Czechoslovak setting. Coal mine and loco shed. Some locos with sound. Undergoing enhancement.
American industrial yard. Diesel/steam with sound. Unavailable: buildings need refurbishing due to transit damage from last two exhibitions.
American logging and sawmill scene. 1900s to 1930s era. Some track laid.