The railway and town built by Laurence Teague in his attic
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Final stop for amazing model railway in Redditch attic

A model railway that took one man from Worcestershire more than a decade to build in his attic, is to go on public display.

Laurence Teague spent hours building the railway and a town of people, buildings and scenery to go with it.

Mr Teague, from Redditch, who died last year at the age of 74, left it in his will to the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Heritage Railway. It hopes to put it on show in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.

  • 04 Dec 2015
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