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Norge - A taste of Norway(HO)

Norge is a fictitious seaport with a busy local fishing industry. The layout is best described as “all the right notes but not necessarily in the right order”.
From left to right the first buildings depict the beautiful Art Deco city of Alesund. Moving to the right the old warehouses are a snapshot of the Bryggen in Bergen. These have been scratch-built from holiday photos. Moving further to the right we find a scratch-built fishing village similar those in the Lofoten Islands and the Kjeungskjaer Lighthouse. The houses have been scratch-built in different sizes depicting typical Norwegian dwellings. The barn is typical of the grass roofing employed in Norway. The last structure is the depot at Hell just outside Trondheim. Animations include a peddling cyclist, some pecking chickens, a reindeer traffic jam, a radio-controlled VW, some mooing cows and a flashing lighthouse. Featured in Continental Modeller Sep 2019 and Mar, May & Jun 2020.
Size:-15ft by 2ft Inclusive of fiddle yard. Space requested 17ft by 6ft Control:- DCC with sound-equipped locos
If you are interested in booking this layout for exhibition:

Transport: One car: two/three operators Power: 2 @ 13 AMP sockets Free-standing layout with integral LED lighting: One extra chair is required. No barriers required. Insurance value inc. stock £15K Exhibition contact: Mike Carter: TA1 3YA Tel: 01823 323012 SRMC title bar
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