(all photos Andy May)
Trevor Nunn's new layout "Trowland" is the terminus of a Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway branchline in North Norfolk. The layout is set firmly in the late 19th century.
Trowland station against a big East Anglian sky.
Black, Hawthorn 0-6-0ST number 6A. This loco, built in 1881, had been sold off by the M&GN to a brickworks by 1895.
M & GN 2-4-0 number 3A is arriving here with the branch goods train. The real loco was rebuilt from an ex North Cornwall Mineral Railways 0-6-0T as a 2-4-0 in 1891 at Melton Constable works. It lasted until 1899.
Number 3A again. Shunting the yard.
Midland and Great Northern Railway 4-4-0T number 9. The real loco was built by Hudswell, Clarke in 1879 and lasted until 1932. On Trowland it hauls the branch passenger train.
A busy day at Trowland. The yard is full with a newly arrived Passenger service at the platform and a goods train weaiting to leave from the loop.
Number 9 has now run around its train and is now ready to depart again for the Junction.