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The museum has two interlinked 00-gauge model railway layouts running along the museum's back wall -- a depiction of the East Sussex Countryside in Arch Three, and an urban scene in Arch Four. The section of the layout in Arch Three is designed to represent the East Sussex countryside, and includes loose representations of the Ouse Viaduct, the entrance to Clayton Tunnel, and the Jill Windmill, Clayton. The display also includes a typical local London, Brighton and South Coast Railway station based on components from Bachmann's Bluebell Railway "Sheffield Park" station set, and The Long Man of Wilmington. Although the countryside layout was a popular part of the museum, some of the buildings and scenery had gotten a little grey and faded-looking, and it was high time for an update and refresh.
The store cupboard at the rear of the layout contained a number of new model buildings from the excellent Bachmann Scenecraft range, including the superb Sheffield Park station. The Brighton Belle electric train is a popular feature on the layout and given the museum’s association with Pullmans and the Brighton Belle, would be a regular performer on the layout. Getting back to the layout itself the ballasting of the track and installation of the third rail has greatly improved the appearance but has taken longer than I had hoped with nearly 300 conductor rail insulators made at home then fitted into place on the layout. The installation of one experimental colour light signal was very successful and a decision was made to fit more of them to recreate a more realistic railway scene.
Over two hundred hours have been spent on the layout so far and with several more hours of work to complete, the layout is, unfortunately, not ready for June 7 due to lack of resources. On a more positive note a 2-BIL, Southern Railway, electric unit with head code 28 (Brighton-Seaford) will be running on the layout on June 7. As well as giving the texture of the scenery a much needed revamp and improving the shaping of some areas, another focus of this project has clearly been to more closely relate it to the Sussex countryside that so many of us know and love, adding a more personal and special look to the layout.
Brighton Toy and Model Museum is a World-class repository and display environment for early toys and models situated under Brighton Railway Station, on England's South Coast.

Currently, two trains run through both layouts, and a third train shunts between a siding and a tunnel on the countryside layout (new as of 2014). It was decided to rebuild and redesign large parts of the layout, and to relaunch the display on Saturday 7th June 2014, as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the inauguration of the Brighton to Seaford line. I was asked if I would like to take on refurbishment of the 00 gauge layout, which was looking very tired and unloved.
I selected some of the buildings to form a village scene and farm below the embankment on the up side of Clayton Tunnel, most of the scenic items were sourced or adapted from the "junk" boxes behind the layout. The original (sloping!) river was replaced with a hill leading up to the re positioned "Jill" windmill. We should eventually be able to run more than one train in each direction thus increasing the appeal to all ages of museum visitor. These units had a long association with the line from the withdrawal of the 2-NOLs in the mid1950s to British Rail blue era in the late1970s, one of these 2-BIL units survives in the National collection at Shildon Railway Museum. The museum is a Registered Charity (1001560), and depends on volunteers, ticket sales, donations and bequests. It seemed a mammoth task and I approached the project with some trepidation although I was given a free hand to do whatever I thought needed to be done. The existing cardboard station buildings on the down side of the layout were life-expired and looking very drab, if the model of "Sheffield Park" station was to be incorporated into this site the whole area would have to be cleared and a new platform constructed.
The new hill, formed from wire mesh covered in paper mache and then coated in static grass material, has completely transformed the area and added to the Sussex theme of this layout but has taken a considerable time. The branch line shuttle train will be more reliable when a "Relco" track-cleaning unit is fitted.

The basic track formation was to be retained and track possessions kept to a minimum, as the layout is popular with younger visitors to the museum who enjoy watching the trains run round. I looked at various options for the insulators that carry the conductor rail and decided to make them from 10BA brass cheese head screws with a "U" shaped piece of wire soldered on to each, (200 done 100 to go!) code 75 rail was then fitted onto these. The former branch line station at the far side of the layout has been removed and replaced with a tunnel.
It was decided to keep a Sussex theme to the entire layout as the northern portal to Clayton tunnel and the Ouse Valley viaduct were already the primary features.
With the third rail well on the way to completion, I noticed, on ebay, that there was a Southern style substation model available, this was purchased and now really looks the part sitting next to the track by the rebuilt tunnel mouth on the downside of the line. The tunnel mouth is approached by an embankment and chalk cutting, typical of many lines around Sussex.
There was still an empty space near the station which I was looking for inspiration to fill. All other ground has been or is about to be covered with traditional fine foam scatter material.
Whilst travelling back and forth by train to Burgess Hill I remembered that at Hassocks there used to be a Southdown bus garage right outside the station, it is actually still there but in use as a car repair and MoT centre, could this be incorporated into the vacant space?

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