Knight Valley Operational Model Railway Layout
The Knight Valley Operational Railway lives inside an 8ft by 6ft shed running around the walls and a comfy chair in the middle where I can sit with a cold beverage. The beautiful thing about an operational layout is you can run what you want with anything you want, one day you could be on a lonely branch line moving small goods and passengers and a high speed line the next day. One of my favourite parts of the railway is the frog pond junction named after the pond filled with frogs on the other side of the wall. This junction is the only one with a physical signal box and boasts two sidings. One siding ending with a unique iron mink buffer stop and the other stores the MOD train.