This is another of those oddball ones that appeal to me - The Heatherfield Light. A Railway of the Month back in 1976... I can't see that happening now, no exhibition appearances and no commercial tie-ups... it was literally a jumble of ideas and failed experiments in various types of power; battery, overhead etc, and built by the delightfully named William B. Stocks who I assume is long dead now.
There was no defining link between anything save the track gauge of 32mm, just bits and pieces that the builder liked at the time. But what atmosphere. And something that we may have lost now - a railway built purely for the owners enjoyment without an eye on public scrutiny, articles, or the narcissistic needy desire for praise at an exhibition. I love it.