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Layout information - 2003
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7mm NG
(St Gauge)

4mm NG




 The less common scales


"Crenstead Dock" by E.A. McElroy.
"Cromford Wharf' by Dave and Jackie Walker.
"Halsdon Road" by Andy Brice of MIGO.
"Harlyn Road" by Crawley Model Railway Club.
"Hassell Rode" by Alsager Model Railway Club.
"The Shed" minimum space by Rev. Nigel Adams.
"Bridford" by David Beer together with a display of model buildings by Brian Higgs.
"Shunting Layout" by Mike Williams
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7mm N.G.
"Licquorice Line" Derek & Maudie Naylor "Blakecaster" by Howard Clarke.
"Talybont" by Edinburgh & Lothians MRC
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4mm (Standard gauge variants)
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EM Gauge
"Ambergate" by John Webb
"Flour Mill Pit" by Chris. Hewitt.
"Ascott under Wychwood" by Ken Gibbons.
"Hudson Road NER" by Jon. Grant.
"Merthyr Riverside" by Wolverhampton M.R.C.
"Dunvant" by Cardiff 4mm Group.
"Spotland Bridge" by Andy Cooper.
4mm Irish Broad Gauge
"Ballyclare Broad Gauge" by North Down M.R.S. from Northern Ireland
"00" Gauge
"Carstairs" by Nottingham (Bulwell) Model Railway Society.
"Mortonhampstead" by Wolverhampton M.R.C.
"Ravensworth Junction" by Birtley Model Railway Engineers.
"Shadbolts Lock" by Keith Arrnitage.
"Thornbury Hill" by Keith Duffy.
"Thomas the Tank Engine" by EDLEC M.R.C.
"Upper Hill" by North Gwent Railway Modellers.

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4mm scale (Narrow Gauge)
"Upper Hill" by North Gwent Railway Modellers
(they have narrow gauge working on their layout now)
"Chelthwaite (Mills)" by David Scott
"Perth Green Wharf' by Paul Morris.
00n3 Gauge

"Port Foxdale" by Robin G. Winter.

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3.5mm 'HO' Scale

British 'HO'
"Burford" by Warley M.R.C.
"Fleur" by Dr. M. Watts.
"Bietriebswerk Dugelsheim" by Doug Tompkins.
"Crystal Creek" by Ian Morris.
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3mm scale
"Hoath Hill Halt" by Peter Bossom.
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2mm scale (Standard gauge variants)
2mm (Finescale)

"Welton Down" by Bill Rankin.
N Gauge - American
"Chester" by David Dawes.
"Benton Flats.MT" by George Woolnough
N Gauge - British

"Ruabon" by Gareth Jones.
"Temple Dean" by Warley M.R.C.
"Towers Yard" by Mike Cole.
"Red Wharf Bay" by Paul Derrick
"Nuts Lane" by B.W. Harvey.
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Layouts in the less common scales
Large scale modelling
The York Model Railway Show is fully committed to showing, each year, a wide range of examples
of larger scale modelling. For 2003 we have layouts in 8mm NG, 7mm & 7mm NG.
8mm Narrow Gauge:
"Dinas Ddu" by Peter Booth.
4mm Irish Broad Gauge
"Ballyclare" by North Down M.R.S. from N. Ireland.
British 'HO'
"Burford" by Warley M.R.C.
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Novelty and/or collectable
"Mardy Model Railway Club" - Barbie doll scale with 'Z' and 'N' scales running.
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