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  1. Traders attending ExpoEM Spring will be:- 247 Developments Alan Gibson Ambis Engineering Bill Hudson Transport Books Branchlines Brassmasters C&L Finescale Cambrian Models Cooper Craft Costal DCC Dart Castings Montys Models and MJT David Geen Model Railway Kits Eileen's Emporium Elite Baseboards GW Models H&A Models High Level Hobby Holidays Isinglass Models Kernow Model Rail Centre London Road Models Marc Models Mega Points Controllers Mike King (Southern drawings) Model Railway Developments Modelu Mousa Models Penbits Model Railways Prickley Pear Products Roger Carpenter Photographs Roxey Mouldings RT Models Rumney Models South Eastern Finecast Steam Age Timber Tracks Wild Swan Books Ltd Wizard Models
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    Expo EM 2016

    As already mentioned I think the EMGS currently lack volunteers with sufficient IT knowledge to carry out the sort of on-line presence that the S4 Society has. For those who would like it I've attached a floor plan for ExpoEM. Those people exhibiting, demonstrating, trading, acting as stewards, etc. will be directed to their stand on arrival at the venue. Floor Plan.pdf
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    Expo EM 2016

    The full list of traders that have been confirmed for ExpoEM are:- ABS Models Alan Gibson Ambis Engineering Bill Hudson Transport Books Branchlines Brassmasters C&L Finescale Cambrian Models Cooper Craft Coastal DCC David Geen Model Railway Kits Dart Castings Monty’s Models and MJT Eileen's Emporium GW Models Hedgerow Scenics High Level Hobby Holidays Isinglass Models Kernow Model Rail Centre London Road Models Mega Points Controllers Mike King (Southern drawings) Model Railway Developments Modelu Mousa Models Penbits Model Railways Prickley Pear Products Radley Models Roger Carpenter Photographs Roxey Mouldings Rumney Models South Eastern Finecast Steam Age Wealistic Models Wild Swan Books Ltd Wizard Models We're still awaiting confirmation from two other traders, and will post on here when or if they confirm, for full details of ExpoEM have a look at the website www.emgs.org
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    ExpoEM

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    Event Name: ExpoEM Classification: Exhibition Address: Bracknell Leisure CentreBagshot Road, BracknellBerkshire, RG12 9SE Day 1: 14 May 2016 Opening times Day 1: 10.30 - 5.30 Day 2: 15 May 2016 Opening times Day 2: 10.00 - 4.30 Prices: Member (including partner and children) £6 Non members £8 Children £2 Family £16 Disability access: No Car parking: Yes Website: www.emgs.org Organising body: EM Gauge Society Organiser: Graeme Vickery [email protected] One of the premier exhibitions showcasing 4mm EM and P4 modelling; whatever gauge or scale you model in especially if it's OO, EM or P4 this is an exhibition that's not to be missed, we even have a guest O gauge layout to inject some 7mm interest Layouts attending:- Cornwallis Yard - David and Alison Barber Hebble Vale - Karl Crowther Brighton East - David Smith Narrow Road - Tony Gee and Ken Hill Pentrefan - Mike Morley Angelbank - Chris Hewitt Ynysybwl - Cardiff MRG St Merryn - Scalefour Soc South London Area Group Edge Hill - Paul Segar The Mill - Chris Rogers and Jason Thomas (Winner of the EMGS 60 Anniversary Challenge) Metropolitan Junction - constructed by DA "Doug" Williams in the 1950s, this was a pioneering EM layout of a similar timeframe to Rev Peter Denny's Buckingham. Doug published a number of articles from the 1940s-80s. 2016 would have been Doug's 100th birthday and we are delighted to have the layout operational at ExpoEM Guest 0 Gauge Layout: Harford - Philip McGovern
  5. Every year a brilliant exhibition, always have great layouts and traders in attendance and this year looks to be no exception. For such a well respected quality exhibition, for which I've always heard fantastic coments about from everyone I've spoken to about it, I can't understand why more people don't attend, although that is a good thing as it's a very relaxed atmosphere and perhaps those in attendance can pick up some real bargins on the club stand.
  6. I'll be there, I've been to all three of the previous ones, it's always an excellent show, great layouts with a good selection of traders and a really relaxed atmosphere, see you there.
  7. See you there Tim, you're not far wrong it does look a stunning line up! 67195
  8. This is shaping up to be an excellent exhibition and it's only the third year that it's been run, on both the previous occasions there were some great layouts a good selection of specialist traders. This year there seems to be some extra traders and some brilliant layouts East Lynn being a real personal favourite, if you've only seen it in the articles in MRJ then you must get along to see it in the flesh as it is truly exceptional, the other layouts that I've seen are also of a very high standard so I'll definitely be there! 67195
  9. Hi Thought I'd add some more details for you about this show, see you there, it should be a good one. 67195 The East London Finescale Exhibition Presented by the East Ham and District Model Railway Club in its 50th year <BR style="mso-ignore: vglayout" clear=all> 6th & 7th November 2010 Saturday 10.00am – 5.00pm Sunday 10.00am – 4.00pm At CEME Campus, Marsh Way, Rainham, Essex RM13 8EU Just off the A13, 5 miles from A13/M25 J30 Finescale Layouts in scales 7mm, 4mm (OO, EM & P4), and 3mm, demonstrations, specialist societies and full trade support Disabled/wheelchair flat access, refreshments available There is ample free parking on site and the 174 Bus which passes Romford and Dagenham Heathway stations, terminates at CEME on Saturday; we are putting on a vintage bus service to run from Dagenham Heathway to CEME for the Sunday Admission Adults £5, Concessions £4.50, Children £2.50 www.ehmrc.org.uk
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