EKOGG has two exhibition layouts, "Edington Junction" and"Sarre", plus  "The Circuit", our test track.

"Sarre" is a fictional light railway in East Kent, which owes a great deal to the Colonel Stephens lines.

"The Circuit" uses a sweeping set of baseboards.  Its tracks, completed in March 2018, can be used for both dc and DCC.  This layout may be extended in the future.

Our original exhibition layout is "Edington Junction", a country junction from the Somerset Levels. At exhibitions it usually runs as SDJR, but may appear in Southern guise.

The baseboards are frequently set out at Badlesmere to allow us to run a variety of stock, as well as for maintenance.

"Sarre"took shape, using recycled modular baseboards and track.  At the planning stage John Plumpton, David Hopkins and Dr Ron Steward are shown working on the track plan.

Old layouts:

Previously we had a country terminus "Cavedale", linked to our 90' circuit via the "Nailbourne" branch.