Possibly the largest and certainly the
busiest Model Railway in England.
Local history and its connection with the
Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway.
At least one cabinet changing throughout
the year with up to date themes.
A wide selection of scale model trains.
A selection of headboards used
throughout the years.
Model and second hand book section.
There is a large selection of second-hand books on sale on a variety of subjects.
If you visited the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway anytime between
the late 1940’s and the early 1970’s
you will remember the railways Model
Land. Indeed you will still be able to
see several small gauge steam
locomotives, examples of different gauge
model railway sets and some of the trains
that used to run-around the old museum
on the original “O” gauge layout.
Alas, when the Model Railway became
worn out it was changed to (at the time)
the more modern ‘HO’ gauge system
that still survives today.