LUKR wouldn’t be much of a LEGO train club if we didn’t also
build landscapes out of LEGO bricks for our ! LEGO locomotives and rolling stock to run on
LNUR and our members have a wide variety of LEGO model railway displays for display, from narrow gauge layouts to mainline and branch line layouts, set in a variety of eras from the golden age of steam locomotives to British Railways and modern era.
We also have our “playout” – a drive your own LEGO train display which is hugely popular at LEGO and model railway displays.
Our current LEGO railway displays
is the new northern club layout built for exhibitions in 2022 onwards. Hollerton Junction
Drive your own LEGO train - LNUR “Playout”
is a popular sight at LEGO and model railway shows alike – a perfect chance for kids young and old to have a go at driving LEGO trains. drive your own LEGO train “playout”
See if you can earn an LNUR certified LEGO train driver sticker!
LSUR Club Layout
Southern Club Layout is a collaborative LEGO railway display built by members of LSUR.
Ambridge & Paxley
is an end-to-end, single line railway running between two railway stations. Ambridge & Paxley LEGO railway
The layout makes for an interesting mix of freight and passenger trains over a weekend!
Romsey & Halterworth Signalling Layout
is an ingenious LEGO signalling layout the public can interact with. LEGO Romsey & Halterworth layout
LEGO narrow gauge railway
Built by member Jamie, this
LEGO narrow gauge layout runs on a narrow gauge LEGO track through scenery and has a small station for passengers.
is a LEGO narrow gauge railway display, expecting to be displayed in summer 2022 onwards. Penny Hassett
Glasgow Brick Subway
layout, built by member Chris, encompasses two underground stations based on the Glasgow Subway system, with both modern and older train models. Glasgow Brick Subway
You can follow progress on this layout on
their Facebook page.
Luke Triton LEGO Railway
is a two loop display featuring an art-deco station, engine shed, and bridge. Luke’s Triton LEGO Railway display
Gard du Nord Est
Gard du Nord Est is a large terminus railway station built by member Jack.
Featuring 4 platforms under a large curved glass canopy, this station is truly stunning.
was our first official LEGO railway display for northern members, featuring Felpersham railway station accessed via a road bridge. The layout also featured a TMD and farmland scenery. Felpersham
is our northern chapter LNUR’s main display. Darrington LEGO model railway
This display tends to appear at larger, two day LEGO and model railway shows, and features a large through station, a diesel depot, and steam locomotion shed.
Newcastle Central Station (Retired)
Now retired, Newcastle Central Station in LEGO formed part of our first railway displays
The station forms part of
Amchester LEGO City.