Model Railway Club
Arley, or N'Arley as it has become known (for 'Nearly' Arley or maybe 'N Gauge' Arley) is an experiment in
simplicity in modelling. The buildings are lovingly created to represent the station as seen today on the
Seven Valley Railway, made by WFMRC members Will Jarman and Chris Round from plastic, card and a
dash of 3D printing. The layout itself is as simple as possible, just two set-track ovals with a disconnected
siding for the most basic of shunting manoeuvres. It is designed to represent the club at shows and show
what can be made of the most basic 'train set' beginnings, and also to provide an easily accessible table
top toy for youngers modellers in the family. The buildings can be removed and replaced with modern
image alternatives, and the layout has a second life as a modern image junction set in the West Country.
We just need to conjure up a 'proper Cornish' name for it......