Telford Railway Modellers group is home to many layouts both in a range of scales and eras. This page will detail the layouts under club ownership and also give details on some of the members privately owned layouts. More images of each layout can be found in the photo gallery.
N Gauge, BR 1980's, Welsh Marches
The Layout is a junction based on Craven Arms (and Stokesay) station in the 1980's. The timescale is being left flexible so we can incorporate both blue diesel, Railfreight and Sectorisation. The Marches Line has a rich variety of freight traffic together with regular passenger services and at this time it was one of the few mainline locations for steam specials.
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Weston-Super-Mare Sunday 15th January 2017
N Gauge, Preservation, Severn Valley
This station is a fairly accurate rendition of the buildings and track layout as first recorded in 2003 on the Severn Valley Railway. There have been major additions in the form of the extensive wagon repair depot and a multi-siding goods yard. These were added to provide extra visual and operational interest. The town area of Bewdley is a mixture of fact and lightly modified fiction. The two 'watering holes' - The Great Western and The King's Head were studied in great depth to ensure accuracy - as was Lowes 'Rope & Twine Manufactory' , being the base of a substantial industry now lost to the town. The most dominant feature is the viaduct which carries the lines towards Bridgnorth. The preserved railway environment gives us an opportunity to run almost any prototype.
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BRM Doncaster 11/12th February 2017
Letford Central is a ficticous mainline located in Shropshire in Midland/Western Territory, modelled in 00 gauge. The layout is controlled by 12v DC & is currently under contruction. It will feature operational signals & lighting but we are still a long way away
N Gauge, BR 1950's, Western Region
Sized just 6ftx1ft Wenlock was built by Ollie Reading to show just what could be built in a small space. Representing a BR(WR) Branch Terminus in the early 1950's Wenlock has plenty to offer. Local services use the station while pick-up goods make use of the small goods yard, there is also a small loco shed. The layout is run on conventional DC control and is available for exhibitions.