Text Box: The  Clubs Models

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Waterstock

The original and most advanced of the clubs offerings, which has always been most popular at exhibitions. Steam or diesel 1956-2012.

A large model which needs up 4 or 5 operators.    (Two Pages)

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Tipton Hills

A refugee which was adopted by the President and given to the club in order that we would have a small model to take to exhibitions. It has been thoroughly overhauled and much developed.  (One Page)

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Whartson Hall

A reduced version of Water Orton which retains only the intensive traffic seen on the original. A round and round for public entertainment, which needs 2-3 operators and fits into a family car.  (One Page) (presently parked, where the car should be)

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Water Orton

This is a model of the Water Orton (East of Birmingham) station site and the junctions either side of the station. This is a large model and has been of difficult construction because of the complexity of the fiddle-yard electronics required. Presently mothballed, but work continues slowly.  (One Page)

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Gibben Quarry

A freelance model of an aging quarry and its link to BR around 1960.

A model on a single board (say 4x3ft) which requires 2 operators and can be easily transported.

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Whartson Hall 2

A free-lance model with operational potential reflecting a busy modern mainline.

A round and round for public entertainment, which needs 2-3 operators and fits into a family car. 

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Layout Details for Exhibition Managers

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