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Lomond Street

A OO gauge layout



Lomond Street portrays a fictional Glasgow depot.  It has had a chequered career, being brought back into temporary service during the late 1980s.  However, with the subsequent collapse of the already dilapidated engine shed, the depot's days seemed numbered...

Meanwhile, with an increase in stay-at-home holidays, passenger numbers have been growing on the new Scottish Heritage Railways, such as the Western Highland Line. The new Jacobite steam train journeys were also proving popular.  So, it was decided to inject a further lease of life into the depot and a new engine shed was built.  

Lomond Street now services these famous heritage locos, both diesel and steam, as they journey from Glasgow to the far reaches of Scotland.  It can also relieve pressure on the main line service depots.

The layout is normally operated by 2 members and fits in the back of an estate car.

Layout footprint is 8' x 2' with an operating space of 10' x 5'

The layout has its own lighting and requires a 13amp power point within 2 metres of the layout

Insurance value is £4000 (with no one item valued over £1000).

Contact Simon@sdrmweb.co.uk for further details