The Popularity of Bekonscot is clear to see on their stats board near to the exit.
For the many of you who are fans of the Morgan or other Classic Cars there are a number of Models among the Buildings and Train Tracks, including at least one Morgan, albeit minus a Steering Wheel..
The rest of the Photos in this page are taken in sequence as we walk the narrow paths. There are many different Trains running along the various Routes of Track. I hope that I have managed to take most of them.
On Youtube there is an interesting film of the journey around the whole network starting from underneath of the complex Signal Box. It is a Train Drivers Eye view of the layout. It is well worth watching. Just click on the Link here:
The Grandsons getting into the swing of Model Watching.
Family Car Wash Day.
Models Rescued from a Closed Model Village in Ramsgate in 2003
Part of the Zoo
One of The Castles.
Beaconsfield Station, as it used to look.
The G. K. Chesterton pulling out of Beaconsfield Station.
The Contents of a Full Car Showroom.
Must be a hang over from a Midsomer Murders filmed there
Looking down the full length of the Village looking across the Lake.
A Part of the Large Signal Box Layout.
The Junction & Viaduct at the Harbour
The Harbour from the opposite side.
The Fun Fair and Cement Works.
Castle two, Lake two and the Newcastle Bridge.
The Race Course
Koi Carp in the Lake
Goods Train crossing the Newcastle Bridge
The Fire Service demonstration in the roof of the Thatched Cottage
The Childrens Play Area on the Village Green
The Canal Basin and the Cement Works.
The Cable Cars crossing over the Canoe School.
Observing the Cattle Market, and the Fuel Depot
Another Morgan (in a sad state) at the Golf Club
Parked at another Railway Station (in need of some TLC)
High Wycombe Town Hall
Inside the Big Top at the Circus
More Car Cleaning
The Polo Match
More Cars at the local Garage.
The Coal Mine.
Riding on the Miniature Railway.
Another very enjoyable visit to Bekonscot in now over.
All that remains now is to visit the Railway Carriage Shop for a souvenir to take home.