Daventry Model Railway Club
Exhibiting Layouts
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Daventry MRC have managed to secure the display of the following layouts for this years exhibition:-
Bear Creek Junction HO/HOn3 1:87th Scale - exhibited by: Adrian Hall & Team. Description: A substantial North American Rio Grande themed narrow gauge layout. This layout is on it 2nd outing so new to the exhibition circuit. Bowleggett Manor and 009 Association Stand - exhibited by: West Midlands 009 Society. Description: Bowleggett Manor is the country estate of Lord and Lady Fitztightly, following a successful career in the Royal Engineers, Lord Fitztightly has used all his expertise and contacts to develop a passenger carrying railway in an old quarry on his estate. Danetre Abbey - exibited by: DMRC’s “Danetre Abbey” Syndicate. Description: The layout depicts a secondary mainline station based in Oxfordshire. Daventry Station - exibited by: DMRC’s “Daventry Station” Syndicate. Description: This is a fine scale “00” layout depicting the area around Daventry Station during the 1920-30’s period. Please Note: This layout is a “work-in-progress” and is being displayed to show the progress made since it’s introduction at last years exhibition. Donegal - exibited by: Alan Grey of Birtley Model Railway Engineers Decription: A 7mm narrow gauge layout depicting the 3’ narrow gauge of Donegal in Eire. European Railway Association Description: This an Association stand with small European outline layout promoting the benefits of the European Railway Association. Hampton End - exibited by: Dale Gillard from Northampton. Description: This is a “G” scale layout depicting a continental narrow gauge line.
Melbridge Dock - exibited by: Brian & Phil Parker. Description: Melbridge Dock represents a small part of a (fictitious) large dockyard complex somewhere near the border between England and Scotland in the period between 1952 and 1965. Midway - exhibited by: Leamington & Warwick MRS. Description: An modern image “N” gauge layout depicting a fictitious location. On30 Track & Trestle Layout - exhibited by: The Slim Gauge Circle - Track & Trestle Modular Group. Description:  An American based On30 narrow gauge modular layout. Penpoll Quay - exhibited by: John Saunders of the Luton Model Railway Club. Description: Penpoll Quay is a small fictitious, dockside industrial layout handling ‘China Clay’ in Cornwall during the 1950’s. It is based on the River Fowey - Penpoll Creek location. Loco’s operating include Panniers, Prairie Tanks and the occasional heavy goods 42xx. Thomas at Silverfox Island Description: Is a Thomas layout built for children to operate at the exhibition, a truly fun experience. Tombridge Junction and St Faith’s Branch N gauge layout - exhibited by: Graham Whiteley. This is a layout built by a loving Grand Father in memory of his late Grandson Tom.  Graham is a member of Daventry Model Railway Club N Gauge group who will be assisting him on the day. Warton Road Gauge 3 Description: Warton Road is an outstanding modular layout is set on a Beeching cut branch line that has been saved and reopened by a preservation group set in the New Forest. The layout featured in the January 2014 Hornby Layout. Webber Heights Tram - exhibited by: Gareth Homersly. Description: An “N” Gauge Trams and Buses layout including a “Tomytec” moving bus system.