Strathpeffer Junction is a developing OO gauge model railway based around a fictional junction station in the Highlands of Scotland, north of Inverness…we also dabble in a wee bit of N Gauge as well!
The period chosen for the layout is broadly speaking the 1980s and early 1990s, but we’re happy to apply a little artistic licence! We take inspiration from the West Highland Line, the Highland Mainline, the Kyle of Lochalsh Line (Dingwall and Skye Railway) and the Far North Line.
You can keep up-to-date with all that we’re up to via our railway modelling blog. Follow progress with the layout, while checking out our range of articles and how-tos, downloads and resources relevant to all aspects of modelling.
Our YouTube channel looks at a wide range of railway modelling topics, from airbrushing & weathering to dcc decoders & track electronics, scratch-building to 3D design & printing.
You can also buy a range of products that we use in our own modelling adventures, as well as our popular, plug-and-play 3D-printed ringfield motor adaptor kits, in our online shop.
Check out all of our videos over on our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/strathpefferjunction