A Hornby Southern Railway E220 Special Tank
The station uses a late Hornby No. 2E ‘Windsor’ station of c.1935 and a number of
Island Platforms (not electrically lit) and ‘Passenger Platforms’ (i.e., extension
platforms). All the platform surfaces are in the green finish Hornby used 1933-
In real life, Windsor was served by the Great Western and the Southern Railways.
However, it was presumably not so much its railways but its royal -
In the world of Hornby, though, it did not seem to matter that the LMS and LNER had
developed otherwise unknown branches into Royal Berkshire -
This layout would occupy approximately 10’ x 20’. Alternatively, a smaller version with only three through platforms could be fitted into 8’ x 20’.
As with ‘Wembley’ and ‘Reading’, this can also be done as a smaller double-