Camberley

Camberly is a "00" gauge model in 4mm scale by Roger Bottomley who holds the Secretaries post at the club. The model is permanently fitted in a room at his home so will not be able to be taken to exhibitions.
The pictures below show the model not yet completed, but a lot of work has been done with Roger putting in many hours on the model.
His wife Shirley has also assisted and is quite keen on doing the scenic work. (making a good job of it too)
The model is a 2 track figure of 8 set out in an L shape with the crossover point at a raised level. When completed there will also be branches off this figure of 8 to a terminal station and loco yard with associated turntable.




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The extreme left of the layout where the tracks run round a farm house and the canal locks.

A closer view of the area containing the canal locks and the Inn.
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Viaduct over the lower tracks of the figure off eight. The sides of the viaduct are as yet unfinished.
The scrap yard adjacent to the vaiduct and utilising some of the arches underneath for storage.
Roadworks are also in evidence on the lane that passes under the railway.
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Camberley village square with the level crossing in the background.
More of the village past the sports field on the left.
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The right hand extent of the village and the end of the siding. This is still unfinished at the rear.
Bottomley halt at the front edge of the layout.
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The Night club and restaurant in the foreground and the riding school stables behind.
A closer look at the riding school stables.
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Looking up the main lines with Bottomley halt and footbridge in the foreground. In the distance is the higher level tracks crossing over.
Another view of the restaurant and Night club.
Part of the control panels are visible in his view.
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This page updated 5th September 2010