Scottish flavour

Two popular OO gauge layouts currently making the rounds on the Scottish exhibition circuit are Kinlochewe built by Bill Wood and Tullygarth which is operated by the Stirling and Clachmannan Model Railway Club. Both have been photographed for BRM recently and both are very fine layouts but built in very different styles. Here’s a taster of the pictures I have taken for BRM starting with two of Kinlochewe.

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kinlochewe-1Tullygarth:

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Both layouts look great and are sufficiently colourful without being too bright. As always, the time spent with the layout owners during the photo shoot was enjoyable and taking a good length of time to study the layouts when taking pictures increases my appreciation of the work that has gone into them. They are fine examples of the modelling that can be found in Scotland. If Tullygarth looks familiar, it made an appearance at the recent DEMU Showcase in Burton on Trent (June 2014) where it was well received. Kinlochewe will be making a trip south of the border later in the year to make an appearance at Warley National Model Railway Exhibition ate the NEC.

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