worthcombe station building
The standard Country Station Building customised with a pagoda roofed annex.

Worthcombe Model Railway

Peter, from Somerset, is building a Southern Region branch line populated with many buildings from the A Model Railway Shop product range.
David: "Please give a short introduction to Worthcombe and explain the track plan. "
Peter: "Worthcombe is a fictional town deep in the west country set in 1950 early 1960s with its ex L&SWR  termini station and single branch line. It has a small goods yard with a stone built goods shed, cattle dock and end on dock with local coal merchants in residence, which was entered via a head shunt. The station still retains its run around loop with a siding coming off for the engine shed and coal stage and water tower. "
David: " How long have you been Railway Modelling? "
Peter: " I have been railway modelling for roughly ten years after a long gap from my childhood train set in my dads shed. "
David: " Why did you choose this hobby? "
Peter: " I always had a love of railway history and modelling in general. My childhood is full of memories of holidays in the west country. We used to walk for miles coming across many remnants of closed railways and stations. It fascinated me and I guess I wanted to recreate it when my wife brought me a train set for my birthday. I was off again! "
David: " It is a multi-faceted hobby. What aspects do you particularly enjoy? "
Peter: " My favourite aspect of our hobby has to be the scenic side of things, creating a miniature world and of course playing trains ! "