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St Merryn represents a fictitious former LSWR terminus on the North Cornwall line located somewhere near Padstow. The period represented is summer 1954, and the town and its surrounding countryside satisfies the annual holiday needs of thousands of Britons before the coming of packages holidays abroad.

The model has many of the facilities found at stations across the country, but in addition there is a short branch serving the harbour area, which deals mainly with coastal traffic. Just outside the town is a siding serving a training airfield, RNAS St Merryn, HMS Vulture.

The South London Area Group (SLAG) have written a book describing the planning and building of this well-known layout.  It is published by the Scalefour Society and details can be found by clicking on this link.  It is excellent value at £10.

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Left:
Philip Hall

Centre:
David Brandreth

Right:
Nick T Smith

 
 
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth
 
 

Left & right:
Chris Mitchell

Centre:
David Brandreth

 
 
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth
         
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth
         
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth
 
 
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth
 
 
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth
 
 
Left, centre, right:
David Brandreth