REVIEW Extras - Pentewan Light Railway

The Pentewan Light Railway (PLR) is John Clutterbuck's long term project (30+ years) based on the fictitious premise that it was rebuilt by Colonel Stephens in the 1920s as a 2ft gauge railway. Construction of the PLR has featured in REVIEW issues 78, 96, 97 & 103. Here we feature some further snippets. John's trackwork construction methods are also featured here: Finescale 7mm Narrow Gauge Trackwork. See also John's blog here:

The Grand Plan

Here are some maps that show the concept of John's PLR and how it has developed over the 30 years. Click on the images for PDF versions.


A visitor to the PLR

Here we feature a visitor - David John's K1 Garratt (built by Paul Berntsen) - tackling the big climb with a few wagons on the back.