LMRS


By Nick Easton

DENROYD
4mm, LNWR in the early twentieth centaury.

Everingham Staion Frontage

 

The town of Denroyd is in a side valley of the Calder Valley. The line was opened built by the Huddersfield and Denroyd Railway Company in 1858 and transferred to LNWR ownership in the mid 1860’. It served both the town and the world famous Leo Foundry. It was closed in the Beeching era.

My model is set in the first two decades of the twentieth century and runs mainly LNWR stock with occasional visitors from L&Y and Midland Railway.

The layout is compact at 14ft x 18” and is designed to be quickly erected as I cannot have it up permanently.

All the stock except for a couple of wagons has been scratchbuilt or built from kits, many no longer available.

 

 
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