Narrow Gauge Group will be happy to make
Bratton Fleming available for exhibition
from 1st Jan 2014.
layout depicts the famous Lynton and
Barnstaple Railway in its last winter of
operation in 1934. There has been a big snow
storm and the railway continued to run two
trains throughout the night in order to keep
the line open.
Bratton Fleming had lost its passing loop
and signalling. The trains are operated by
DCC and are automated by the use of Railroad
& Co. software.
can be shown as day or night.
locomotives are Backwoods kit built but
mounted on different chassis. The trains are
lit and fitted with DCC sound.
This is the
second Lynton and Barnstaple layout built by
John de Frayssinet; the first being the
award winning ‘County Gate’.
usually transports in a van which has to be
rented. Two members of the group come to
exhibitions. Normal expenses are required.
One 13 amp plug, two chairs and two tables are
needs to be insured from 'home back to
Doncaster Model Rail Live. From
were on display showcasing some of the
best that British modelling has to offer
with thrilled visitors commenting on
their excellent quality. Many different
gauges, eras and modelling techniques
were represented and firm favourites
across the weekend included Bratton
Fleming in 009 gauge, Market
Roundham OO gauge and St Marnock Engine
Shed in O gauge."
what people have written:
oustanding scenic Model Railway seen at
Festival Of Railway Modelling, Doncaster
2012. The layout is based on a true
story of when snow engulfed North Devon
in the 1930s and trains were run
throughout the night to keep the line
open. By this time the small station of
Bratton Fleming had lost its run round
loop and the great snow had consumed the
looks like the "right" kind of snow!!"
would like further information for
exhibiting, feel free to contact us