Photo courtesy: Railway Modeller
KENDAL MODEL RAILWAY CLUB
A 56 brings a rake of cement tanks across the viaduct.
The lock system gives canal boats access to the River Severn.
Looking from the church yard past the George Hotel.
The ornate roof-lines of the hall; all scratch built in plasticard.
Looking up the hill towards the George Hotel. One of Steve Flint's excellent photo's taken for the Railway Modeller article.
A bird's eye view of the half-demolished mill, which makes extensive use of laser cut parts.
Scorbiton layout plan.
Looking down the hill towards the railway station. Nearly all the buildings on the layout are scratchbuilt.
A 33 brings a local service into the station. The station building sits on the bridge. The luggage trolleys are from etched kits.
Close-up of the station building (with a bit of editing!)
A steam special (fitted with smoke generator) crosses the viaduct, passing a 25 on a fertiliser train.
Looking up the street towards the church. Business and shop names are inspired by names of club members.
The small square, viewed from the pub car park entrance.
A pair of 20s waits in the up loop, with an MGR train in the down loop. The three viaducts are of different era and designs.