Club layouts

Baldwin and Oswego (B&O)

N scale, club exhibition layout – North America Oswego is a small town situated some 60 miles from the State Capital, Baldwin. The Baldwin & Oswego Railroad Company has survived because its route has become part of the Interstate Trunk Line, following the closure of other lines. As a result, many of the larger railroads…

Chadderton

OO scale, club exhibition layout Chadderton depicts a rural junction station on the Great Western Railway (GWR).  The remains of a former connection to the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) are still to be seen.  The layout is set in the period of 1946 to 1956, transitioning from GWR and LMS joint running powers…

Clubroom HO scale

The Club started discussions and configuration of the club rooms in 2007 to allow building of HO/OO and N Scale permanent layouts. The individual spaces were allocated with the N Scale layout in the centre, surrounded on virtually 4 sides by the larger HO/OO scale layout. Aisles would be approximately 1m wide. The Club’s HO…

Brocklebank Line

N scale, exhibition club layout – Britain Welcome to “Brocklebank Line”, originally built by the late Doug Kelly (former owner of Branchline model railway shop) and subsequently acquired by Waverley Model Railway Club. The layout represents a corner of the fictitious town of Exehampton and the neighbouring village of Brocklebank somewhere in the south-west of…

Georgetown

OO scale, exhibition club layout – Britain Georgetown is a compact layout and was originally gifted to the Club by the family of the late George Woolfall. Consequently, this layout was named in his honour. It is set ‘somewhere in Britain’. There are three individual circuits allowing plenty of trains to run and entertain. It…

Clubroom N scale

N scale, permanent clubroom layout – North America The Club started discussions and configuration of the club rooms in 2007 to allow building of HO/OO and N Scale permanent layouts. The individual spaces were allocated with the N Scale layout in the centre, surrounded on virtually 4 sides by the larger HO/OO scale layout. Aisles…

Whitefish

HO scale, exhibition club layout – North America Whitefish, which made its debut at Waverley’s 2017 Exhibition, is a walk-in modular doughnut of 11 separate modules measuring 5.4 metres long by 4.5 metres wide. It features two individual tracks on separate levels which are connected by inclined helix ramps.  The top level track is a…

Mystic & Oblivion

N scale, exhibition club layout – North America The setting for the Mystic & Oblivion (M&O) layout is imaginary, but the place names are real. Somewhere in the south west corner of South Dakota, USA, the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad operated from the Deadwood mines and timber industries, to the main line between Omaha…

Victoria Bridge

HO scale, exhibition club layout – Victoria, Australia Victoria Bridge is exhibition club layout based on prototype practice. It is DCC operated. There is a double track mainline associated marshalling yards and a branch line that connects various industries around the layout to the main lines at the station. The featured bridge on the layout…