Here is the second part of the Peterborough Model Railway Exhibition 2010 video of the event that I attended on the 16th of October 2010.
This part carries onwards from Part 1 and features "The Lane" in N gauge, Two T scale layouts, Timpdon Lake Railway in G gauge and "Owen Street" in OO gauge.
This is an N scale layout which stars the Bachmann Graham Farish Class 60 in Mainline livery numbered as 60078 being marshalled into the locomotive yard and also followed up by a Dapol Class 66 in Freightliner livery.
Two unnamed T Scale Layouts:
The first two stills should a rather complex but impressive layout that has been built inside an old guitar case with a six-car JR Series 103 Osaka Loop Line train on the upper level track. I believe the buildings must be scratchbuilt as I have not come across any kits in this tiny scale yet.
The second T scale layout features a long winding single track line that runs around the scenic countryside and a large mountain via a large scratchbuilt viaduct bridge which looks impressive considering this scale is 1:350.
Timpdon Lake Railway:
This is a G gauge layout that uses various types of locomotives and rolling stock. I only filmed a shunter when I was looking at the layout as there was not much action going on when I filmed the layout, so I didn't stay too long at this one as I wanted to film something else.
This is one of the most impressive steam era OO gauge layout that I have even seen and nearly all the model steam engines that were filmed running on the layout have a smoke generator fitted. The locomotives (the ones I know of) running are a Class 5MT, Prairie Class, 92 Squadron (Battle Of Britain) class, Castle Class (ex-GWR), 2800 Class (ex-GWR), Class A1 and some others. All the steam locomotives on this layout are in British Railways livery. This is my favourite layout of this era of steam modelled in OO gauge.
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