view during building of the Elham Valley Model Railway Club's current project to build a model based on Elham station. The first phase is complete and the model was taken to the club's show in November 2016.
The Elham Valley Model Railway club's 'Toy Train' Layout has been built for adults and children to run their own stock at exhibitions. It consists of a double track circle with a reversing loop across the centre. It is built to '00' standards from readily available components.
Dulwich Vale is a fictional town in southern England. This model railway track plan is inspired by Mayfield, an ancient village on the now defunct Cuckoo Line. It is a circular model railway layout, 6 feet 10 inches diameter, built in OO gauge as an experiment to see how small a reasonable design could go.
St Peters Road was built and is operated by the then O Gauge Group. It is a 7mm model tram layout 13’ long with two diverging routes. It operates using live overhead. The trams operated are a mixture of scratch and kit built cars and model conversions. They are mostly first generation UK vehicles but tramcars from other countries seem to creep in.
The layout is currently retired.