As we paid to go in and I saw what I thought was a rather small area I was wondering if we would even fill an hour here - in fact, it was bigger than I thought, and we spent a very enjoyable afternoon pottering around on trains and admiring a world in miniature. The weather forecast had been grim so there weren't many people around when we got there (later on the sun came out and there were queues for the trains). Several trains to ride on - different stops - pleasant little walks - picnic areas - a cafe (hot meals, usual unimaginative kids offering of nuggets, sausage and chips (with not a vegetable for them in sight!!) but I had a very passable lasagne and salad. ) We were only passing and came here completely on the spur of the moment, but we all had a lovely time. I wouldn't say this is worth a day trip however as you could be in an out in an hour or two. Attention to detail on the replica models is very good - a nice feel good factor in an old fashioned outing kind of way!
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