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.

BRM regular Tony Wright reveals his five favourite model train layouts. ...

24/01/2019

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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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