Loch Dubh

This fiddle yard to terminus layout depicts a small country station located at the end of a branch line somewhere in Central Scotland. The timeframe is circa early 1960’s and the local industries, including a distillery, are served by a pickup freight service. Motive power is usually a Class 21 diesel although a steam locomotive may occasionally make an appearance and very rarely a Class 08 will appear! The passenger traffic is usually in the hands of an AC cars diesel railbus. Trackwork is Peco O gauge and the operating system is DCC. The layout is 16ft by 2ft and requires a 4ft operating space at the rear.

INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITION MANAGERS

This layout is 4.58M (15ft) long x 0.61M (2ft) wide and is operated from the rear.

Minimum overall footprint for layout and working space is 5.79M (19ft) Long x 2.44M (8ft) deep inclusive of a space for barriers at the front.

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

Minimum of operatons required is three.

The layout is currently available for exhibition use.