Wilkellton is representation of a British railway main line. The viewable track is a scale 1/4 mile long. 

The track configuration closely matches the East Coast Main Line in the 1930s where it entered the Hadley Wood South Tunnel. At this location the quadrupled main line was reduced to two lines.  Similar track configurations could have been found at other locations on the East Coast Main Line such as  Potter's Bar or Stoke Bank. The design of layout was heavily influenced by the Wolverhampton MRC layout "Stoke Bank".

A London & North Eastern Railway  "V2" 2-6-2 on "Wilkellton"

Willkellton was exhibited 8 times from 1999 through 2004.
The layout is now used as one of our running layouts in our clubrooms.

Wilkellton won Best Overseas Layout (club) at the 2004 Sydney Model Railway Exhibtion and
Best Propreitory Layout at the 2002
Sydney Model Railway Exhibtion


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