Trowland (1:64th scale, S gauge)

Trevor Nunn

Trowland is an imaginary small branch terminus of the Midland & Great Northern Railway, somewhere on the coast of North Norfolk, as it might have been in the mid 1890s.  It is built in S Scale (1:64) and is operated mainly with stock from the former Eastern & Midland Railway, which became part of the M&GN in 1893.

Trevor Nunn’s new layout ‘Trowland’ is the terminus of a Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway branch line in North Norfolk. The layout is set firmly in the 19th century

The Midland and Great Northern Railway connected southern Lincolnshire and north Norfolk. It developed from several local independent concerns and was incorporated in 1893. It was jointly owned by the Midland Railway and the Great Northern Railway.

Brought to us by our friends at the South Hants Model Railway Club

https://www.shmrc.org.uk/exhibition/exhibition-layouts/

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