Glenellen Castle – N Gauge – David Harrison

 

The layout has been designed as a two track continuous run-round with a 10 road storage yard, minimal shunting with lots of traffic. A small halt with a timber or depot siding next to a coastal Loch and headland castle in a heathland setting together with a viaduct crossing an ‘Abhainn’ (Scottish river, stream or estuary).

The castle has been scratch built using 6mm foam-board faced with DAS modelling clay, each stone individually scribed, intended as a restored Scottish Heritage site on a headland overlooking a sea Loch. Rolling stock is Dapol and Graham Farish with some NGS kits.  Buildings are Graham Farish straight out of the box, except for the PECO carriage shed doubling as a Dutch Barn, the viaduct is a modified PECO kit.

The tug / ferry boat is an ARTITEC kit, the location is set on the west coast of Scotland (no distilleries, just lots of Scottish scenery).

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