COAL HILL WEST Scale:
2mm - 1ft. Gauges 9mm (N) by Chris Berry
Size: 4ft by 3ft (1.2m by 0.9m) (plus operator space), Operators: Two, Transport: One car.
Coal Hill West is a small ex Great Western branch line station on the fictional Cheddar Valley Railway based in Somerset which serves the small market town of Coal Hill. It has a small mainline halt that serves First Great Western Services coming from and going to Bristol Temple Meads and Yatton.
The Layout itself is 2mm/1ft (N gauge) and is designed to fit into the back of a fairly large family car.
The track work is mainly all Peco set track with a bit of Peco flexi track. The buildings are mainly Metcalf card kits with some Hornby Lyddle End, Bachmann Scenecraft, whilst the GWR signal box is a wooden kit produced by Arch Laser Company along the station name boards and security fencing on the mainline halt.
Most of the Locomotives and rolling stock are Graham Farish (Bachmann) Ready to Run (RTR) and Dapol whilst to vehicles you see on the road are all manufactured by Oxford Diecast.
All trains on this layout are controlled by the Bachmann Dynamis Ultima Wireless DCC control system
page updated 7th Augusr 2017