Loch Ayling is a small town situated on the Eastern side of Scotland, between Dunfermline and Perth. It is a terminus served by a double track branch line serving a rural community. The single track bridge crosses the River Ayl on the station approach which creates an operational bottleneck.
During the 1st lockdown I began making up some N Gauge Metcalf Kits and decided I needed somewhere to show them.
I began building a N gauge layout, with a small baseboard of (4 foot by 2 foot). The rolling stock is a mixture of regions and both steam and diesel engines with a variety of carriages and wagons and is run on the DC system.
It consists of a circular running track with a branch line.
The layout has been laid out as a row of shops at the back with a church and houses to one side and a farm behind the stations, and an engine shed and huts.
Some buildings are lit and if you listen carefully you might here the church bells.
Built by Pauline Brooks assisted by her husband Terry