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Crundale Module

This web page was last updated on March 22nd, 2013
Photos by Colin Churcher.

Crundale 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 Clynderwen 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.
Crundale Module
An old combine car has been lifted off its wheels and turned into a diner
Crundale Module
A local market gardener is delivering fresh fruit and vegetables to the kitchen
Crundale Module
The grass is always greener next to the tracks.
Crundale Module
Treacle ore is refined in structures that look something like charcoal burners.  Here a group of miners is going home from the mine past a dilapidated hut in which someone is using a cutting torch.  The treacle ore is brought in from the Rosebush mine to the narrow gauge siding
Crundale Module
An animated sign invited motorists to stop for coffee

Thomas the Tank engine works the crossing lights at Crundale crossing


Sound was added to the crossing lights in March 2013