This tiny layout shows the terminus of a former horse drawn tramway turned light railway, reluctantly absorbed by the Southern Railway.

Whitewater was the furthest point inland reached by the St Columb Canal from Mawgan Porth and I have assumed it was connected by a straggling light railway from Wadebridge.

The St Columb Canal was intended to reach Newquay, as was a proposed LSWR line from Wadebridge.

In reality the layout was built by the talented Neil Rushby (in Railway Modeller Dec 2015) and was acquired 3rd hand.