Fife Cement depicts the post BR steam, pre tops period (1968 - 1973) featuring BR Diesels and industrial steam.
The location is a fictional cement works on the west side of the Cults limestone outcrop in Fife where we imagine the deposits are sufficient support a medium sized cement works.
It features the exchange sidings with British Rail, the workshops, the engine shed and cement loading silos.
Incoming cement, coal and other wagons are brought in by BR locomotives.
The works locomotives feature both Fife Cements own steam locomotives and an occasional hired in BR shunter. These move wagons around the works to where they are loaded or unloaded.
Track is a PECO code 75. Locomotives and rolling stock are from the Bachmann, Hornby and Heljan ranges. The Fife cement locomotives are repainted Hornby J94 saddle tanks. A few kit built wagons may also be seen.
Control is by DCC using a Lenz system. Most locomotives a fitted with sound chips.
The buildings are scratch built, based on typical Fife structures and feature fully detailed interiors.