|Stane Street - described by Roger Stanford
C class 31592 arriving at Stane Street with the local goods train while A1x Terrier 32636 waits to depart with a Bulleid coach set.
[Digital enhancement (the smoke!) was carried out by Nigel Stanford].
photograph by Roger Stanford
|Stane Street is part of a modular system called the Arun Valley Railway which was developed by Colin Fraser-Davies of the Wellington British Railway Modellers in New Zealand. The system represents a single track light railway set in Sussex. So far 22 modules have been built by four club members in 4 years, the most assembled at once was 15 modules with 3 controllers at Model Railex 1996, a scale mile in length! Basic modules are 1300mm long and 300mm wide and corners are 650mm square with one corner removed at the back. Every module has its own back and end scenic boards so they are completely separate. The only critical areas are the end interfaces with track at 65mm in from the front edge and bolt holes in set places. The wiring uses RCA type plugs and sockets and separate controllers can be switched in if wanted.|
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