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Lough Engine Shed?Lough Engine Shed was part of the original line up but I am afraid is a last minute withdrawl.
Kinmundy is due to be featured in the June Railway Modeller out Thursday 10th May, so read another preview there too!Could be a birthday present for Witch of the Moor then.
Really looking forward to this - the full crew will be making th trip to Wigan with Summat Colliery - both Nigel (disco-dave) and Keith (nesst2) will be assisting allowing a proper staff rotation of one hour on, one hour off to take place. I'll be bringing all my builds so far, so the 2-8-0 will work as usual, the 2-8-2 will probably be parked on the loading bay siding and the Duke of Gloucester will be making the odd surprise visit. After finally completing the Guidebook and sending the discs to the printers, I had time to spend reading the layout write-ups again. Even given Steve's preferences, I notice at least 5 layouts that are set post 1980, (is that Modern Image?). Southmpton Model Railway Society present their Model Railway Exhibition at Barton Peveril College.
Wolverhampton Model Railway Club welcomes you to their 37th Model Railway Exhibition and second at the new improved venue. Uckfield Model Railway Club is holding it’s Annual Exhibition at the same venue again in 2015 following on from the highly successful event held last year.
Sudbury Model Railway Club presents its 35th Exhibition and this year we do not have quite so many layouts due to having some very large ones . Yiewsley Baptist Church Hall (side entrance), 74 Colham Avenue, Yiewsley, Hillingdon, London UB7 8HF.
What are we about?I know there are many women or maybe men who follow their partners around the country attending shows, going to events and preserved railways but my main issue has always been getting to a town or city looking for that elusive model shop and not being able to find it.
We'll be there with NoEL, the team will consist of myself, Geoff (GJB 60009), Rich (Rich B.) and Keith.
I model the diesel era but I will stand in front of any layout to appreciate its modelling,( ulnlike the majority of steam era modellers who will not even entertain standing in front of a layout full of diesels ) regardless of period, but I am interested in the modern scene so naturally I would like to see some representations of that period in a show the size of Wigan. When a list of layouts is published, it is only natural for ones own interest to be piqued by a period that you are interested in and if there is no representative of that, then its dissapointing, especially, as I say, in an exhibition the size of Wigan. Surely when an exhibtion is organised, then layouts to interest all should be considered, which I am sure is done. If there are no modern image layouts out there that warrant being invited, then fair enough, and I stand corrected.
It is layouts that draw the customers in and the traders rely on the customers to pay for their stand rent etc etc. For a trader like Shawplan, who are solely reliant on their customer base of modern modellers, to see that there are no modern layouts in the Wigan show to draw that customer base in, could heavily impact on their takings. Just wanted to let everyone know that the advance tickets are on sale now 4 for 3 ticket will be ending on the 16th November, so be quick to grab yourself a great deal. Really looking forward to this show, and catching up with everyone, please come and say hello to us. Thanks for the positive spin on Alloa, we are looking forward to bringing our train set down to Wigan. Today is the Thursday on which the Railway Modeller and British Railway Modelling publish their repective December issues carrying as they do, details of our Exhibition.

In British Railway Modelling, under the many mentions of the exhibition (thank you John) in the Show Preview on page 105 it gives the dates as the 8th and 9th when it should be the 11th and 12th. However both magazines are correct in that we do not offer discounts on the door to Senior Citizens, like myself.
I hope this clarifies any uncertainties because as they say any publicity is good publicity and even better if it is free and we do thank both magazines. To securely make a donation, click on the button above, then simply follow the prompts to donate as much as you can spare to our cause via PayPal - please note you don't even need a PayPal account. The Society has been given a 20′ Storage Container now kitted out with long shelf racking. Part of the container has been reserved for the safe storage of Sales Stock and so most of the clothing, books and DVDs have now been placed in their new dry home. The 3 wheelsets for 6880 have now been re-tyred at the South Devon Railway’s Buckfastleigh workshops. More than 40 members attended the AGM held at the Hand Hotel Llangollen on Saturday 28th January. Members endorsed the progress made with plans for SSS3 and the general work done in the construction of No. Afterwards a photograph was taken by David Wilcocks showing members in front of the locomotive for a local prestige glossy magazine publicising our project to a wider audience. The 12 sided leaflet carrying the full information for SSS3 has been printed for distribution across the country. Aberdeen Kirkhill T&RSMD by Graham Harris of Derby, Winter 1988 BR maintenance depot in Scotland. As always we have complete faith in our Exhibition Managers ability to attract a selection of interesting layouts to Wigan, and this years selection seem well up to par.
Namely a 46 ft O gauge Aber Emlyn from the Norwich MRC and a 28 ft one Stratford Road OO by John Doyland plus many other quality layouts. Most traders these days have websites and so it is not imperative for them to attend shows to achieve sales, it's just good PR. Just in the process of setting Wibdenshaw up for the next few weeks and to make sure everything runs well. We always hope that it might be the 41 layouts, and particularly the quality that is contained in the list at the beginning of this thread.
Geoff of course has been with us for a number of years as a demonstrator of superb plasicard modelling, so it will be good to see his fine models in context.
Built by John Dilnot and Dave Kirby, this will be the layouts first outing on the exhibition curcuit. This expansion referred to by Steve Flint took place over the 2007 and 2008 Exhibitions, when due to a deal reached with the Sports and Arena Centre we found ourselves with the space to accomodate 40 layouts.
We just hope that the BRM Editor John Emerson turns up to do his demonstrating on the right day. The plan is to store parts used in the construction of the locomotive, labelling them so that we can produce a complete parts list for the build.
On 10th May 2012 the wheelsets sit waiting for movement to Llangollen after the tyres were fitted and profiled. The cranks have also been quartered. Good numbers of SSS3 leaflets were distributed and funds raised through the sale of merchandise.
The Licensed Bar serving hot food will still be available in Cafe Life (formally Champions Bar), this has been totally refurbished and now has seating and tables for 60 people.
It is inevitable that his selection should refect his own interests which are Pre-Grouping in general and Lancashire and Yorkshire in particular.

There also other layouts set in the transition period which may give this year's exhibition a more balanced feel. It caused something of a stir when we first saw it at Glasgow a few years ago, and I don't think it has travelled south very often.
Our Exhibition Manager in a conversation with him was outlining the changes that had taken place since Steve's last visit when he was based more in the north. If anyone is able to distribute these to local railway societies or at preserved lines then please send a request through this website. It did feature at the BRM Exhibition at Doncaster, but for some inexplicable reason was almost hidden behind the stairwell. Whilst not wishing to dwell on the reasons for the rift, it was certainly not a happy time, and it say much for Tony's generosity of spirit that he has agreed to exhibit.
Another minor point is that the photo at the top of the page is of Halifax King Cross and not Kings Cross as referred to in the caption.
I have seen the photographs and it does look superb, and as it hasn't been seen very often on the exhibition curcuit it would seem to be a good reason to give our first Summer Exhibition a visit.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that the weather stays ok for that weekend, and we are currently working on the layout to make sure it performs at its best. Angst-Lesspork by Hugh Norwood of Leeds , Inspired by the A?a‚¬E?Discwold novels of Terry Pratchett, OO9 6x35. Untermutten HOm Switzerland in 1989 by Dave Howsam of Manchester (All images copyright and courtesy of Tony Wright and British Railway Modelling) 52 Traders 1.
Colyer Street by Roger Epps of Leeds, Modern Image on Tyneside, 15A?a‚¬a„? x 2A?a‚¬a„? OO8. Millwall Goods & Arnold Lane O London Docks Circa 1910 by Peter A Thompson of Somerset RM25.
Crummack Valley by Stan Williams & Roger Christian of St Helens, North of England Ng, OO9 18x29. Eccleston by Martin Nield of Derby, L & Y Branch Line in Lancashire, P4 17x3 BRJ No 204 200912. Franklin by Bob Harper of Manchester, this is part of BobA?a‚¬a„?s 220ft home layout, USA 2ft Ng in the Rockies of British Columbia.14. Gamle Carlsberg by Tony & Kate Bennett of Stafford, The Old Carlsberg Brewery Ng Railway 1934, Oe (7mmNG) CM September 2010 15. Glenuig by Gary Hinson of Stourbridge, West Highlands of Scotland in 1980A?a‚¬a„?s EM 11x1.6 17. Kinmundy by Martin Jones of Caernarfon, Ex GNoSR BR North East Scotland in 1968 EM 16x1.621. Kitehouses by Tony Sullivan of Fareham, North East Branch Line in 1949 P4 13A?a‚¬a„? x 2A?a‚¬a„?22. Loch Tat by Adrian Lambourne of Loughborough, Ex NBR set in Blue Diesel era 1990 to 2000 N 16A?a‚¬a„? x 8A?a‚¬a„? BRM May 200225. Nettlebridge Valley Railway by Neil Kinison of Somerset, Mineral Rly set in the Mendip Hills in 1910 P4 36x4.6 MR May 201027. Seagone by Terry Robinson of Stafford Railway Circle, Narrow Gauge somewhere on the coastline of Southern England ONg 30A?a‚¬a„? x 2A?a‚¬a„?29. Summat Colliery by Ian Mellors of Mansfield, East Midlands Colliery in 1958 OO 12.6x2 Hornby June 201034.

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