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02.12.2013
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Hornby's and Bachmann's cast resin building ranges in 4mm and 2mm scales have been one of the most significant developments in model railways in the past decade. In Southern Electric terms this is actually a 1930s electrical sub-station with rendered walls (brick versions were also built by the Southern).
Unsurprisingly collections of photographs of railway electrical sub-stations are not abundant and the webmaster has not yet had time to search for suitable photographs for comparison.
Unlike this model a fair number of Southern asbestos clad sheds had about half a dozen course of bricks at ground level but, with or without, this definitely has echoes - albeit selectively compressed - of sheds at Gillingham, Grove Park, Orpington, Littlehampton, Bognor, Ore, Fratton, Farnham, Bournemouth, Clapham Junction and East Wimbledon. The signal boxes introduced during the Kent Coast Electrification Scheme had common themes about them and compare with our picture in our East Kent resignalling feature and you will see this is very close, but not quite identical, to the signal box at Faversham.
The Southern Region's diesel electric multiple unit operation was considered part of the electric fleet and as such we can include buildings on non-electrified lines served by DEMUs. Note, certain other Bachmann buildings are either misleadingly publicised with Southern Electric models, or mistakenly believed to be of Southern types. This feature is brought to you by the Southern Electric Group as a service to its members and enthusiasts. The Southern Electric Group is the only group covering all aspects of the Southern Electric System past, present and future. The editorial part of the Southern Electric Group Website does not use cookies but Google Services do to personalise adverts and analyse your use.
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Buildings and scenery lend themselves to selective compression and if done skillfully and sympathetically the eye readily accepts this artifice.
One of this type of sub-station at Willingdon can be viewed from Broderick Road footbridge at near Hampden Park.
So this will look very at home in a small to medium sized location on the south west division provided the line was not one of those built by the Southern Railway in the 1920s and 30s! Accordingly this model will look perfectly at home on any Southern Electric layout representing the 1930s onwards. The chief compromise on this model is the centre building's roof being about half a storey lower than on the real thing. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
It is true by using these a lot of model railway layouts will have identical buildings, but it was ever thus with building kits, and besides, for instance, my 1930s house is very similar to 1930s houses the length and breadth of the land. Secondly common designs to buildings are common, but they are necessarily modified to fit their specific locations, so the sort of tweaks modellers need to make can be credible. When set alongside other scale model buildings this also unfortunately appears diminutive, whereas the real station dominates its vicinity.



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