O

The biggest of the most popular gauges, O Gauge is 7mm to 1ft scale. To have a model railway in O Gauge you need a lot of space and deep pockets. However, the results achieved by these bigger model railways can be incredible, as you'll see in this section.

82G is an O gauge model railway layout loosely based on sheds of the BR Western region. The layout is almost 12 ...

17/09/2018

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Doncaster born John Medley wanted a layout that was more 'home-based'. Enter his O gauge model railway 'Kirkwood'. ...

06/09/2018

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This layout shows the Nigorigo Tramway with an extension on the right hand side in order to join the upper and ...

06/09/2018

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Apethorn Junction is a substantial O gauge model railway layout which features a multi-platformed junction station ...

01/09/2018

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John Kneeshaw's Bankfield Road layout is an example of what can be achieved in a minimum space in O gauge. ...

01/09/2018

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With stunning cameo scenes and realistic water features, Kirtley Bridge is a must-watch! ...

15/08/2018

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An O Gauge model railway by Barrowmore Model Railway Group with many features of the Tanat Walley Railway. ...

08/08/2018

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This layout by the Luton Model Railway Club depicts an industrial scene featuring a car assembly plant. ...

07/08/2018

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Watch this O Gauge exhibition favourite, The Summit by The Yeovil MRG. ...

05/08/2018

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