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Tag Archives: Minories
Once you start looking for ‘Minories’ type layouts, they seem to be everywhere. I suppose this is hardly surprising, as the layout of crossovers and a point to reach three platforms is a simple, intuitive one. So here’s another attractive … Continue reading
Reading the July 2011 Railway Modeller, I came across another ‘almost’ Minories design, and a very attractive one at that. This is the ex-LSWR station of Windsor and Eton Riverside. Windsor had an LSWR and a GWR terminus, both angling, … Continue reading
The last couple of posts on Minories have given enough ideas for any number of successful layouts. But I’ve been playing around with the basic idea, and have a couple of ideas that could have some mileage. Firstly, Minories on … Continue reading
If you leave London, and head to the other end of the commuter lines, a Minories like design, sort of ‘mini-Minories’ is another option. Iain Rice published this excellent design, loosely based, I think, on the outer-London terminus at Caterham. … Continue reading