Category Archives: track plans

Planning Harrogate

Ex-Harrogate gas works Peckett No. 2050 of 1944, now running on the private Statfold Barn Railway in Staffordshire. I know, I know, I shouldn’t be planning layouts when I already have one that needs work. But sometimes it just happens. … Continue reading

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Tracks not taken

Sorting through the clutter in the shed at the weekend, I found a few old track plans that date back to some time B.C. (Before Career). Growing up I was fortunate enough to have a bedroom big enough to swallow, … Continue reading

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The inevitable change of plan

It had to happen, really. The model railway under construction is at best a transient creation and until the track is firmly fixed down (and even sometimes afterwards) it is liable to change. I sent in the original plan to … Continue reading

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Fairlight – the plan

I’ve settled (for the time being) on a track plan for Fairlight. It’s quite simple, representing the terminus station and engine shed yard of a small, preserved narrow gauge railway. The setting will be present day, a small town on … Continue reading

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