Tintagel was started as far back as 1989 on an even older baseboard. It is essentially a 'train set' layout in terms of size, but is as detailed as possible within those constraints. Building the signals and making them fully operational on this layout gave the experience which has been developed on Severn Stoke.

Tintagel was chosen as the location because of a holiday at the time and because it never had a station, giving a free reign to the design. It is meant to be a GWR station in origin, but now in the Western Region of BR. This is a bit of youthful ignorance which must be excused; north Cornwall was originally LSWR territory after all!

It features a short platform on the single track branch for everyday local trains and a longer terminus platform for holiday excursion trains. There is a small siding for goods traffic.

























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