This ‘OO’ gauge model is a replica of Grangemouth Station reduced in size to fit the clubrooms.  It is based around the the time of the amagamation of LMS into British Rail. The stock is very mixed as a result of this with some engines still in LMS colours and some in early BR. Timber and oil trains can be seen heading down to the docks while passengers can still catch a train to Falkirk or Glasgow from the terminus station.  The engine sheds are also featured here and have been scratch built as have all the signal gantries. 

Our pictures shown above were all taken by Mike Bisset/Hornby Magazine .

Below is a video of a drivers eye view of the whole layout in its former size before the recent alterations were completed. (including behind the scenes now altered)  Filmed at Model Rail Scotland 2012.


The layout is 9.15M (30ft) long x 2.44M (8ft) deep and is operated from an internal well also with access to the rear.

Minimum overall footprint for layout and working space is 9.75M (32ft) long x 3.66M (12ft) deep including a space for barriers at the front.

We have our own barriers if required and our layout can be transported in the club’s own trailer.

Minimum number of operators required is six.

This layout is currently available for exhibitions