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Current Projects
 
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Work in progress:–
 
 
Large shed layout, OO, DCC.
Theme - 'Waterloo to Weymouth', 1990s, running EMUs.  
5 stations with scratch built buildings and scenic elements modeled on the real stations.  
Four track main line with branches into Waterloo and Weymouth. 
Fully automated 4 aspect block signalling.
High level section running over arches with 2-train automated shuttle.
 
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Consultancy and modeling work for a major tourist attraction model railway in the Republic of Ireland.
 
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Restoration of two Fleischmann n-gauge layouts.
 
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Loft-room layout, OO gauge DCC.
Including a scale model of Buxted Station and a second station loosely based on Newhaven.
Building on site in Sussex
 
 
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Assisting with trackwork and scenery on a large client-built 'rabbit warren' OO loft layout.  DC.
Working on site in Sussex.
 
 
 
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Exhibition American n-gauge Appalachian coal mining layout, multi level, DCC, 6'x2'.
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, Chessie System and CSX.
(For my own use - when I have time!)
 
 
 
 
 
Commissions pending or under discussion:–
 
Automated end to end n-gauge layout built under the glass top of a bespoke bar unit.
 
 
Major 00 project in a large purpose built loft room.
 
 
 Garage layout - 0 gauge.
Boards, wiring and trackwork.
 
 
N gauge version of our 'Stablewood' layout, 120x70mm.
 
 
Garage layout - 00 gauge.
 
 
16'x2' 00 layout based on Marchwood Station (Hampshire).  Modern image.
 
 
Colley Bay - Phase 3.
Final scenic section and large fiddleyard. 
 
 
Final Phase of Brockenhurst,
New trackwork, electrics, hardware and scenery for an extensive computer controlled dumbell layout depicting Brockenhurst Station.
Working on site overseas.
 
 
Layout in a box, 3'x3'6", n-gauge, DCC.
For an overseas client's grandchildren.
 
 
Refurbishment of an 9ft waterline model of the S.S. Oriana.
 
 
 
 



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