Boghampton is a fictitious terminal station somewhere on the South Coast of the UK between Portsmouth and Ramsgate. Set in the mid to late 60’s the station is by now mainly used by holiday makers and commuters to London and other South Coast towns, what parcels traffic remains is handled by a small team on platform four with only two or three parcels trains a day.
Occasional excursion trains arrive from London and other Thames Valley towns but these are usually Bank Holiday trains only.
The layout is OO gauge and DCC controlled using a laptop via Hornby Railmaster software and their accompanying  E-link module. Made up of three boards two x five feet and one four feet, the layout is fourteen feet long and eighteen inches wide.
Boghamptons first public exhibition was at the Bingham Model Railway Club presented South Notts Model Railway Exhibition in April 2015, followed by the Basildon Model Railway Club show in July 2015.
For further information or to book Boghampton for an exhibition, 
please contact Bingham Model Railway Club or the site owner.
Bingham Model
Railway Club