I agree. This ExpoNG is an excellent show and this year was no exception. We always enjoy taking the SNCF Society stand there and there are always layouts from the other side of the Channel.
(I really hope Brexit doesn't end up killing off this cross channel exchange if people start having to get carnets for their layouts along with the other bureaucratic nonsense that used to put up artificial barriers to sharing our hobby)
There was a lot of creativity in the entry for this year's David Brewer Challenge "Tuning Fork" layouts and I was slightly kicking myself for not developing an idea I'd had.
I tried to photograph as many as possible of the entires but am pretty sure that I missed at least a couple of them. I must apologise as this was certainly no reflection on their quality. For the rest my rather hurried photography won't have done them justice either; I was really just using the camera to take notes for myself for future referencen but thought others might also be interested to see them.
I didn't actually hear the announcement of which of the "tuning forks" won the David Brewer Challenge so does anyone know?
Adventfahrt - Eduard Kompast
Beta Cables - Stuart Brewer
Boston Lodge- John Deacon
Castle Works Shed- Andi Nethercoat
Creag Dhubh Summit-Ted Polet
Farrall Sidings- Bob Hughes
Letter to Goathorn- Peter Hollins
Lester Tin Mine Engine- Richard Doe
Little Wandon - Danny Fig
Lost River Logging- Peter Smith
Priory Waterworkds- Chris Seago
Ranters Wharf- Roy Jamson
The Shed- Derek Harris
Westonzoyland pumping station- Toby Hollins-Jones
Weydon Lane -The Sandpit - John Spurling
Edited by Pacific231G, 02 November 2016 - 18:22 .