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Exhibition Layouts available from Waveney Valley MRC
OO Gauge (16ft X 5ft + operator space behind)
The freelance terminus of the Greystock and Whitlock Railway,
with a connection from the adjacent Railtrack branch.
The period modelled is the 21st century.
0 Gauge
Two level shunting layout with the unusual feature of a working wagon hoist and a small passenger station
This layout has now passed on to  WVMRC member Brian Holmes.
(01986 873245)
30th de Septiembre - Cuban Sugar Mill

Built by the 32C group is this HO gauge Cuban layout!  The layout made its first appearance at our own Southwold MRE 2006.  The layout runs passenger and freight trains, much of the traffic being generated by the featured sugar mill.
One of the group members has been to Cuba (more than once!) and has carried out some first hand research!
00 Gauge.  (12’ long, 9’ viewable, and requires approx. 6’ depth,
inc. operating space.)
Built and owned by Peter Gray (32C group).  A freelance single track east anglian branch terminus, based on BR(E) ex Great Eastern practice.  
The period is set around  the steam to diesel transition in the 1950’s.    The railway approach to the station is via a bridge over a river, where there is a small boatyard. The station also has a small goods yard.
009 Narrow Gauge.  (7’6” long, 6’ viewable and requires approx.
5’ depth, inc. operating space.)
Built and owned by Peter Gray (32C group).
This layout represents a scene on a WD 60 cm gauge Light Railway somewhere in Northern France in 1918.
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Ringsford - Scale 1:76.2, 4mm/ft;  Gauge 00, 16.5 mm; DC Analogue Control
This layout represents a secondary main line and may be exhibited, with suitable changes of railway company buildings etc. as either Great Eastern division of BR(E) or Southern Region.  In either case the period represented is the 1950s to ‘60s - the steam to diesel transition period.  The layout consists of a scenic front section which includes a double track main line, passing/holding loop to the front and goods yard to the rear, the tracks running around to the rear “fiddle yard”.  The goods yard includes typical features such as an end loading and cattle docks, goods shed, coal yard etc.  A further feature is a siding and (interchangeable) Oil or Milk depot.  Scenically the railway environs are essentially rural with a road overbridge, an orchard and farm buildings at one end, leading to a river crossed by rail and road bridges. A road passes over a level crossing, featuring platform end ramps and footbridge, and leads to the urban area, which includes the station hotel and three small shops, a pair of cottages, a riverside pub and quayside buildings.
First outing for Ringsford (unfinished) was to Norwich Model Railway Club’s exhibition on 2nd April 2016 at Hellesdon High School, where it was well received by visitors and organisers alike.
New layout from WVMRC!