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Hi Markus, maybe you should have mentionend that we are weird enough to spend our annual holiday to carry a scottish themed layout from the south of Germany to Scotland and then back.
Now back for a week I finally got the time to add some N gauge related pics from the exhibition.
Keith Brown served with the Royal Marines before pursuing a career in local government administration, where he was also an active trade union representative with UNISON. Norman Baker MP has been Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport since May 2010 and is the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Lewes, East Sussex. Prior to entering the House of Commons in 1997, he had a variety of jobs including periods as a Regional Executive Director for Our Price Records, a teacher of English as a second language and clerk at Hornsey Railway Station.
Norman held a number of portfolios in the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet, including Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office, Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and Shadow Secretary of State for Transport. As an MP, Norman made his reputation for uncovering scandal and as a dedicated and effective campaigner for the environment and animal rights. Professor Roderick A Smith, now Chief Scientific Advisor to the Department of Transport, has had an academic career at the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Sheffield and Imperial College. He has published widely in areas of fatigue and structural integrity, and has lectured in many countries. Jim Steer is the founder of Steer Davies Gleave, transport consultants, where he is a Board Director. He established Greengauge 21 in 2006 to foster debate on a high speed rail network for Britain. He was seconded to the Strategic Rail Authority from 2002-5, heading strategy and planning.
He is Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, and a columnist for the Transport Times, and was a member of HS2 Ltd’s Strategic Challenge Panel.
Dr PETE WATERMAN OBE, DL is the most successful British producer-songwriter in pop history, an author, DJ, Pop Idol judge and television presenter and a lifelong entrepreneur. Colin is a Director of Arup, where he is jointly responsible for the Partnership’s international design operation for transport projects. He is currently Project Director for the route options study being carried out by Arup for HS2 Ltd., to identify a new high speed line from London to the West Midlands and also the proposed Y-route to the North-East. Arup High Speed Rail projects include High Speed 1 and High Speed 2 in UK, California High Speed Rail, Texas High Speed Rail, Express Rail Link (China to Hong Kong), Portugal HSL, High Speed Line Holland and Beijing South High Speed Rail Station. Colin has played key roles in the delivery of major infrastructure projects and has first hand experience of private finance projects through his roles as project manager, designer and technical advisor to financial institutions and strategic advisor for the implementation of private finance initiatives. Councillor Paul Watson was elected as Chair of the Association of North East Councils in October 2009. Born in Sunderland, he served an apprenticeship at Sunderland Shipbuilders where he worked until 1981. The Leader of the Council, as Leader of the controlling majority political group, Chairs the Cabinet and acts as the Council’s lead political spokesman.
Stephen joined TfGM after a stint at Manchester City Council where he combined the roles of Head of Transport Policy for the city and Deputy Clerk to GM Integrated Transport Authority.
David's policy brief at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry focuses on 'London's Infrastructure', with a particular focus on major transport projects.
Previously David has worked in the House of Commons, and in political consultancy advising a number of international businesses across the technology, manufacturing, energy and skills sectors.
David Thrower has had a longstanding interest in high speed rail, going back to 1989 when he served on the former North West Channel Tunnel Group, which successfully sought the inclusion of a study of a high speed rail link into the North West's regional plans. For most of the past decade, following working for two Passenger Transport Authorities, he has on a freelance basis advised the North West Business Leadership Team on high speed rail issues, including assisting with giving evidence to the House of Commons Transport Committee and the All Party Campaign for High Speed Rail.
David Simpson, Network Rail route managing director for Scotland, has been running Scotland’s Railway since 2005.

Richard Lakin is a former journalist with experience of working in communications in the rail industry in London, the West Midlands and the North West.
He leads communications activity for the Go-HS2 consortium of groups and organisations which supports bringing high-speed rail to the West Midlands.
James uses twenty years’ communications experience working across government, media and industry to build businesses for other people. Iain Docherty BSc PhD CMILT is Professor of Public Policy and Governance and Head of Management at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School. Iain has worked with and advised a range of private sector, governmental and other organisations including governments and public agencies in the UK, US, Australia, Canada and Sweden, and the OECD. Duncan MacLennan was great as ever, bringing a very interesting perspective to the challenges (and failings) of housing. Jeremy Irvine suits up for the premiere of The Railway Man during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival held at Roy Thomson Hall on Friday evening (September 6) in Toronto, Canada.
Just the day after, the 23-year-old British actor accompanied his cast mates Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Tanroh Ishida for the press conference.
Oxford Diecast is one of the few specialist model car companies that attend the London Toy Fair. Some vehicles are also made in the smaller 1:148 scale, suitable for British N-gauge rail enthusiasts. Below, a Daimler hearse, plus types such as a Vauxhall Cresta estate car and a classic Ford T-Bird.
A new-tool kit from Airfix that features one of the fastest and most graceful Spitfire versions made, powered by a Griffon engine. THE RUGGED HAWKER HURRICANE was perhaps the most important fighter in the Royal Air Force at the start of World War II. SMN REPORT For anyone who saw or built the original Matchbox kit, this Revell Platinum Edition must bring back memories.
LAST WEEKEND saw the second ANDERCON, organised by Jamie, the late Gerry Anderson’s son.
SMN ReportMat Irvine recently provided pictures of the huge 1:35 scale Metal Troops Creation Dora German railway gun, on display at the 2008 ModelKraft show. Impracticable weaponsThe Dora was another of Hitler’s weird weapons that diverted resources away from more useful and practical weaponry.
We enjoyed lots of friendly chat especially concerning dcc operation and building up the layout from standardized modular sections.
He is a graduate of Dundee University and studied at the University of Prince Edward Island.He has been a Member of the Scottish Parliament since 2007 and is currently the constituency MSP for Clackmannanshire and Dunblane.
He was educated at the Royal Liberty School, Gidea Park, before taking a degree in German at Royal Holloway College, University of London. Perhaps best known as one-third of the phenomenally successful Stock Aitken Waterman team and for his world-famous PWL label and production company, Pete has sold in excess of 500 million records around the world over five decades, launching artists such as Kylie Minogue, John Travolta, Rick Astley and Steps. David has spoken at a number of events on the vital importance of projects like High Speed 2 to the economy on behalf of the business community.
Prior to entering politics, David studied History and Politics at the University of Leicester before completing a Masters at Brunel University.
Having originally joined the rail industry as a BR graduate trainee in 1986, David has worked in a wide variety of roles for BR, Railtrack, Network Rail and within freight operating companies. Go-HS2 members include Birmingham City Council, West Midlands transport authority Centro, Birmingham Airport, NEC Group and Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. James has worked to develop and promote SCDI’s Blueprint for Scotland, focusing on growing Scotland's economy by creating an enterprising nation, maximising our assets and realising the potential of our people.
During this time, James sat as an observer on the Scottish Funding Council and Chaired the Funding Council’s review into the quality of further and higher education in Scotland.

As a former senior BBC correspondent he understands the importance of balance and neutrality. Iain’s research and teaching addresses the interconnecting issues of public administration, institutional change and city and regional competitiveness, with particular emphasis on the structures and processes of local and regional governance, policies for delivering improved economic performance and environmental sustainability, and the development and implementation of strategic planning and transport policies. Oxford deals primarily with British vehicles, made to the 1:76 scale used by the UK model railway industry.
The Oxford Diecast range extends to modern vehicles, but there are plenty of typical British 1950s and 1960s vans and commercial vehicles, ideal for railway layouts, set in those periods. These include the rocket-powered Messerschmitt Me 163B Komet (above) and (below from left) a de Havilland trio, the Hornet, Dragon Rapide, and Tiger Moth. Now we do, so SMN thanks the builder, Simon Boness, who is wearing the red top in Mat’s picture above, while sitting behind the monster gun is Bob McIntosh.
No wonder he lost World War II, with creations such as this, or indeed the Me 262 jet fighter, which was far and away the fastest thing in European skies - so Hitler slowed it down by insisting on a bomber version! Not forgetting of course, that there are other Doras out there if you don’t have room for the MTC monster. Yesterday we made a test assembly at the club rooms of Kilmarnock & District Model Railway club. Before being appointed Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing after the May 2007 election she had been Shadow Minister for Education, Health & Community Care and Justice. Amongst countless international industry awards, in 1990 Pete was recognised as the Music Industry’s Man of the Year. David, who was educated at Aston University in Birmingham, was also heavily involved in the introduction of Pendolino trains on the WCML and has led the devolution of Network Rail’s business in Scotland. James played a central role in the development of Scotland’s cities strategy that created the Scottish Cities Alliance and now chairs its Delivery Group. Following this, he worked for Scotland’s Colleges, representing the college sector as Senior to politicians and the media.
John Morrison is the owner of Morrison Media Strategies a leading PR, Public Affairs and Media Training company.
His total research and consultancy awards in the last six years exceed £2 million, and he is currently Co-Director of the Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre and Co-Investigator on two major Research Council projects on sustainable transport and low carbon transitions. In September 2012, still as DFM, she was appointed Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities with responsibility for government strategy and the constitution. On Tuesday we will arrive at Hull and then travel up north to Kilmarnock.These well be the longest tour I made with my modules.
He was recently awarded the Degree of Doctor of Science honoris causa by the University of Lincoln. Since buying the first national rail franchise in 1993, Pete has continued to contribute massively to the preservation and development of this historic and essential industry. As a development professional, James continuously advises organisations on their growth plans, including Ministry of Sound, Capital Radio, Portland Communications (where he was managing partner) and PoliticsHome. In 1997, he established London & North Western Railway, a state-of-the-art independent railway maintenance company. Pete is a director and currently chairs the board of Cadogan Entertainment Investments Ltd, the landlords of County Hall, Britain’s second biggest building and a key London tourist attraction.

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