Halden Lane

Date January 15, 2008

GAUGE

4mm:ft ‘OO’ Finescale
STOCK Ready to Run
PROTOTYPE Light Railway
DESCRIPTION Halden Lane is set on a light railway somewhere in the heart of the South of England countryside at some time in the mid 1950’s to 1960’s. There is no particular regional theme to the motive power but expect to see a number of regional, and some BR standard, busy black early emblem tank engines with branch-line rolling stock to match. The layout can provide for a variety of passenger and goods traffic with many varied – some conventional and some not so conventional – shunting movements. The layout atmosphere and buildings suggests the former influence of Colonel H. Stephens who is never very far away.
SIZE 12ft x 1ft 6ins (15ft x 6ft including safety barriers and operating area)
VIEWING From the front area only
EXPENSES Cost of petrol and parking for two cars
INSURANCE VALUE £1,500

Halden Lane

Halden Lane

Halden Lane

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