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Kensington Addison Road  ‘0’

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The Club welcomes modellers of all abilities to come and join this exciting project.  

Potential members should contact the secretary

Oerlikon EMU on up train to Clapham Junction.

Kensington Addison Road  is the Club's most prototypically accurate project to date. At approximately fifty feet long and with baseboards nearly five feet wide this is also the Club's largest ever project.  The layout is fully operational.

Notable elements are the inclusion of etched brass and laser cut parts for the buildings, MERG CBUS layout control,  depiction of the third and fourth rails on the electrified lines and the distinctive LNWR signals.

We have engineered etched brass kits to represent the distinctive Oerlikon electric multiple units and the LNWR brake composite carriages which ran in the ‘Sunny South’ through trains.  Further enhancements by this enthusiastic team are ongoing.


Our ambitious and award winning  ‘0’ scale project is based on the former Addison Road Station on the West London line in Kensington.   Originally built jointly by the LNWR & GWR, this station, now in a greatly reduced form, will be better known to many of you by its current name - Kensington (Olympia).  The model represents the station in the mid-1920’s, a time when rolling stock from all the Big Four railway companies could be seen alongside some pre-grouping liveries.

Addison Rd South Signal Box

Down Starter Signal