Hennock was inspired by my eldest daughter whilst sat on the platform of Staverton Station in Devon.
In an effort to get away from Ready to Run I chose 3mm scale to model this layout having previously exhibited a large Tri-ang TT layout. I hope the ramblings that all to frequently appear will be of use to you no matter what scale!
The track diagram shows a simple passing station with a couple of sidings. All track is PECO Hom-12mm gauge with turnouts operated by the wire in tube method. Control is provided by Gaugemaster HH with feedback.
Locos are mostly whitemetal kits running on etched chassis powered by Mashima 9/16 motors with Branchlines 40:1 gearboxes. Wheels are Markits with the latest 3mm Society products being introduced.
Coaches consist of Society 'B' Sets and coaches from etches by Worsley Works, Brynkits and 3SMR. A vast range of wagons are from the 3mm Society list with Finney and Smith providing the China Clay , Gunpowder and a few etched kits.
Hennock has appeared in Railway Modeller and Model Rail.
Please visit the links to the left - 3mm is the Premier Scale for modellers-


General view of Layout.The facia has since been varnished.

The Degree Inn

The Degree Inn
In recognition of my eldest Daughter's achievement. She is also the one who gave me the push to build the layout.

14XX and Autocoach

14XX and Autocoach
Shows Station building-based on Staverton.

Hennock Track Plan

Hennock Track Plan

Monday, April 23, 2012

Mixed Traffic April 2012.

I consider that it is worth showing the front and back pages of the latest Mixed Traffic- the 3mm Society Quarterly journal. The excellence achieved in 3mm is adequately illustrated by the 3 photos.
In another packed issue the salient features are:-
Geoff Halliwells' Wantage Tramway No 5 Part 2.
A nostalgic building of New Beckenham Signal box by Andrew Barnes.
Outside Cylinder Building by John Sutton.
Howard Loves' Cowshed Layout.
Worsley 02 Diesel built by Chris Ketley.
Add to the above an interesting Q &A, Whats New? Blastpipe and Bits and Pieces and yet another credit to those contributing to this edition.
As usual a forthright editorial by John Sutton and some new research and typesetting staff all of interest.

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