Colyer Street is based in the suburbs of Glasgow in the 1980’s BR blue period, with a small terminal station and a wagon works. Freight trains serve a brewery which stands behind the station.
The model is of a “what might have been” representation of the joint station at Grassington. It is modelled loosely in the late BR steam era but with a greater intensity of services than would have been prototypical. However, the lines “fat controller” has some odd ideas about what stock might have been tried to provide economical services for both passengers and freight. Train spotters should stand by their notebooks!