Erith Model Railway Society
Hucknall St. Mary
This small English town layout was donated to the Bone household in 2010. It depicts 2 circles of track typical of a small country town scene with a branch line halt. An avenue of trees, boulevard style, separates the two station areas. It comprises of engine shed, goods and coal yard, sidings, tunnel, signal box, water tower and level crossing. The town consists of terraced house around a square green with a round way to the motorway system. Vehicles of all descriptions abound including a station car park. A footpath leads from the station to the neighbouring hills with farm animals roaming.
The layout's main aim is to assist in raising funds for the Association of Bexley Charities '78, a group of 13 small local charities who support people in many disadvantaged walks of life.
If you would like Hucknall St. Mary to attend an event or display in your area, please do not hesitate to contact us via the Layouts Coordinator.
|Dimensions:||8ft x 6ft - Including operators’ space (operated from the side).|
|Power Requirement:||One 13 amp standard wall socket.|
|Operation:||2 operators (maximum), who will transport the layout in a car.|