This model railway display was built by Frank Bunnik from Belgium. His little model railroad diorama is called “Albion Yard”, and it represents a railway yard somewhere in Great Britain. There are British model trains in OO gauge or OO scale - also spelled 00 gauge and 00 scale. This 1/76 scale is the most popular standard-gauge for model railway tracks in the United Kingdom. Frank’s model railway layout is not very big: The diorama is about three feet in width and about one foot in depth. There are several tracks that are mainly used for shunting or switching diesel locomotives and freight cars.
British Model Trains at the Marshalling Yard or Classification Yard in OO Gauge
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Published: May 1, 2023