Littleton Curve was built at roughly the same time as ‘Abingdon’ and was designed to (hopefully) show that a scenic model railway could be built in a small space (2ft 6in by 2ft). It was constructed using proprietary kits and bits to demonstrate that you don’t have to be able to scratchbuild to build a model railway. Its small size allowed us to take it to exhibitions by train as we don’t drive.
The layout appeared in the May 1997 issue of Railway Modeller.
Recently, while exhibiting ‘Rorgyle’, Littleton Curve has been provisionally invited to appear at a couple exhibitions in the future.