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: pentewan.blogspot.com
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.