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Railway Modeller features Handcross station
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Railway Modeller features Handcross station

The premier monthly magazine for those who spend hundreds of hours building railway layouts is Railway Modeller and its edition for February 2018 features Handcross station from the early 1900s. To the delight of the passengers, close by is the Jolly Tanners; anything is possible when you create your own imaginary world! The modeller and author of the article is my son, Darren Ray, who spent his early life in Handcross.
An early version of the layout appeared on picture #1699.
The February edition of the RM became available in the newsagents yesterday and I am grateful to the publishers for allowing the article to appear here.
The above photograph shows a general view of the layout with the station in the background.
A short stroll from the station is the Jolly Tanners which can be seen on the Large Version.
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Picture added on 09 January 2018 at 16:34
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