Home About HOTRAK Apprenticeship Program Handbook Layouts Modules Members


Clynderwen Module

This web page was last updated on May 28th 2012.
Photos by Colin Churcher.

Clynderwen is a two foot module with a three track main line.  Along the back is a narrow gauge HOe track, HO scale using N gauge track.  It is intended to go along with the Crundale module and both are designed to be inserted between Maenclochog and Rosebush to lengthen the Maenclochog station siding.  An effort has been made to put as many cameo scenes as possible to increase the interest of the modules.
Clynderwen Module
A cow has wandered on to the road and is sitting down because the asphalt is warmer than the grass.

Clynderwen Module
A man is milking a cow while another is carrying a small calf.  In the background a skidder is getting up steam
Clynderwen Module
A road crew is busy at work digging a trench.
Clynderwen Module
Cattle are grazing close to a small pool (Pwll Marjoram)
Clynderwen Module
A crew is working on the loading dock.  The narrow gauge railway brings in standard gauge cars on transporter wagons and part of the siding is standard gauge.
Clynderwen Module
Some mountaineers are testing their skills around a Coppertone animated sign.

Clynderwen Module.
Another view of the loading dock and siding.  The main commodity loaded here is treacle which is refined at Crundale.


Animated signs greatly add to the interest.