We look forward to showing these excellent and entertaining P4 layouts at Scaleforum 2023. Additional details will be published after Scalefour Crewe takes place on 3rd & 4th June 2023.
Cades Green by the late Iain Rice. His home layout and hopefully the star of the show.
Eastwood presented by the South Hampshire Area Group of the society, a large continuous double track mainline depiction of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway c.1920.
Brinkley presented by the Glevum Area Group, representing a cross-country route from Oxford to Wellingborough. BR MR 1955-65.
Yard No. 2 by Dave Barrett. A London area goods warehouse with coal yard.
Eccleston by Martin Nield. Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway branch terminus set in the Edwardian era with an emphasis on correct operation with working signals and fully interlocked lever frame.
Chatsworth Road by Allan Atherley. A small terminus based on the original Rowsley station in the Peak District, as if it had retained traffic into the early 1970s.
Sandford and Banwell by Jeff Day. Layout based on the station of the same name on the Cheddar Valley Line in North Somerset; GWR c.1930s.
Lower Rose Goods by Steve Howe. A rural goods depot during the interwar years based on the Chacewater to Newquay line.
Wheal Elizabeth by Jeremy Good. China clay dries just north east of St. Austell, the last one of which closed in 1986.
Parkend Marsh Sidings by John Farmer.
Plus guest presentations in 2mm scale:
Tucking Mill & William Smiths Wharf by Jerry Clifford. North Somerset Light Railway 1920s.
West Clair by Mark Fielder. Irish narrow gauge.