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  1. Hi all just had a look at my factory fitted 37025, reading CV 8 as Mick says above its value is 151 Andrew
  2. Hi Ben Is there any updates on the class 92's? Andrew
  3. SKIPTON & DISTRICT RAILWAY SOCIETY Annual Model Railway Exhibition In 2019 our annual exhibition will take place in mid-August and will again be two days only, namely: Saturday & Sunday August 10th & 11th 2019 opening times 10:00 to 17:00 Sat, 10:00 to 16:00 Sun We are at our usual venue: Skipton Academy (formerly known as Aireville School/Craven Academy), Gargrave Road, Skipton, BD23 1UQ Admission Prices Adult: £5.00, Accompanied Children (under 16): Free For Directions to Skipton Academy, click link. Enquiries Email Telephone David Seymour: 07714 579015 Trevor Shaw: 01943 831935 The following layouts have been invited to our 2019 exhibition: Wards End (O gauge) LMS/LNER, 1930s Crioch (EM gauge) Highland Railway, 1920s Croglam Castle (00 gauge) British Railways steam and diesel, 1950s Gibson (00 gauge) modern image, 1950s Winter Lane (00 gauge) featuring BR steam shed facilities, 1963 Kexby (00 gauge) BR(E) 1950s Kings Cutting (N gauge) present day Zweitesfeld (N gauge) Swiss railways, station area, loco depot and servicing facilities The following traders have been invited to our 2019 exhibition: Grosmont Books JDM Models Nick Tozer Books Milnsbridge Models MT&G Squires Uncommon Kits Other attractions will include: Demonstrations of railway modelling techniques by Keighley MRC Gauge 0 Guild stand Club Second Hand Stall Refreshments Free parking Directions to Skipton Academy By Car: From whichever direction you approach Skipton, take the by-pass (A629/A59). Travel around the by-pass until you reach the Gargrave Road roundabout (signposted Kendal, A65). At this roundabout, turn towards Skipton town centre. Drive towards Skipton for about 0.5km and you will see the entrance to Skipton Academy on the right. There will be a large banner advertising the Exhibition at the entrance to the school driveway. Please follow the notices inside the grounds advising you where to park. We will keep parking places close to the entrance to the exhibition available for disabled visitors. Please do not park there unless you are a blue badge holder. Access to all parts of the Exhibition is available for disabled visitors though access routes are not always obvious. The door person will advise you. By train: On leaving the station building, cross Broughton Road and proceed straight ahead on Carleton New Road. Go up the hill, passing the Magnet store on your left, and across the canal bridge at the top of the short hill. Go straight forward through the entrance gate to Aireville Park. Follow the footpath you are now on for about 600m and you will pass the swimming bath on your left and arrive at Skipton Academy. By bus: Leave the bus at the bus station. Turn left along Keighley Road towards Skipton town centre. Turn left again on Swadford Street (the first major left turn). Continue along Swadford Street, which changes its name to Belmont Street and then to Broughton Road, until you reach the railway station on your left. From there, follow the instructions for "By train" above. Back to Top
  4. Oldswick TMD is all set up ready for the weekend, hope to see some of you over the weekend Andrew
  5. Here are a couple of photos taken today, just a few final touched to do before preston exhibition in a couple of weeks
  6. Here are a few pictures taken a couple of weeks ago showing the new part of the layout
  7. Hi all I hadn’t realised that I haven’t updated for so long, but there hasn’t been much to report, there’s been a few new purchases. Then this week I have decided to make one of the fiddle yards slightly wider to allow more variety of stock running on the main line, with doing this it’s allowed me to basically put a full width board in so I can now extend the scenery by another 5ft. My plan is to extend the two sidings with the overhead wires on and to extend the head shunt at the side of the shed to allow locos to enter the shed from the other side. I’ll get some photos when I move on from a bear board, I’ve got about 5 weeks to complete as the layout is at Preston exhibition first weekend in March Andrew
  8. Kendal Model Railway Exhibition 2019 Our next exhibition will be taking place on: Saturday 26th January 2019, 10:00 to 17:00 Sunday 27th January, 10:00 to 16:30 at Kendal Leisure Centre - LA9 7HX. (Map link) Admission Prices: Adults: £6.00 Children (age 6-16) £3.00 (children under 5: Free) Concessions: £5.00 Family (2 adults + 2 children): £16.00 Please keep an eye on this page as it will be updated as and when layouts, traders and stands have been confirmed as attending the show. (Updated: 10/10/2018). Special Offer This Year! Free Leisure Centre day pass for all exhibition visitors Layouts attending: Bridgwater O gauge, S&DJR in 1904 Dentdale N gauge, Settle & Carlisle Bottle Kiln Lane 009, fictitious location somewhere in England Avyn-a-Llyin 009, Welsh origins Towcester 00 gauge, small town in south Northamptonshire Melton Mowbray North N gauge Roundtree Sidings EM gauge, set 1981-1987 in Tyneside Scorbition 00 gauge, Shropshire in the 1980s, Kendal MRC Llwyn Grug N gauge Newbury Mills 00 gauge, BR steam/diesel Invercalley N gauge, Scottish 1960s Cuyahoga Z gauge Traders attending: MTFG Hobbies Peter Metcalfe Junction Box Pooley's Puffers Nick Tozer Books Crafty Hobbies SMTF Model Shop Tyndale Trains Squires JDM Models Stevenson Carriages + Millholme Models Ten Commandments Carnforth Models Along Classic Lines Societies and groups attending: Lakes Line Rail Users Group Cumbrian Railways Association Eden Valley Railway Trust Train Sim Stephenson Locomotive Society
  9. Oldswick TMD is all packed up ready for its weekend away in Blackpool, hope to see some of you there
  10. Oldswick tmd is getting ready for the show. Hope to see some of you there
  11. SKIPTON & DISTRICT RAILWAY SOCIETY Annual Model Railway Exhibition In 2018 our annual exhibition will take place in mid-August and will again be two days only, namely: Saturday & Sunday August 11th & 12th 2018 opening times 10:00 to 17:00 Sat, 10:00 to 16:00 Sun We are at our usual venue: Skipton Academy (formerly known as Aireville School/Craven Academy), Gargrave Road, Skipton, BD23 1UQ Admission Prices Adult: £5.00, Accompanied Children (under 16): Free For Directions to Skipton Academy, click link. Enquiries Email Telephone David Seymour: 07714 579015 Trevor Shaw: 01943 831935 The following layouts have been invited to our 2018 exhibition: Kirtley Bridge (O gauge) Wards End (O gauge) Canal Bridge Ironworks (6mm:1ft) Harkness (EM) North Ballachulish (EM) Gibson (00) Oldswick TMD 00) Nebelhorn (H0) Abbotsford (N) The following traders have been invited to our 2018 exhibition: JDM Models Milnsbridge Models MT&G Squires Nick Tozer Books Uncommon Kits Other attractions will include: Demonstrations of railway modelling techniques by Keighley MRC Gauge 0 Guild stand Club Second Hand Stall Refreshments Free parking horizontal rule Directions to Skipton Academy By Car: From whichever direction you approach Skipton, take the by-pass (A629/A59). Travel around the by-pass until you reach the Gargrave Road roundabout (signposted Kendal, A65). At this roundabout, turn towards Skipton town centre. Drive towards Skipton for about 0.5km and you will see the entrance to Skipton Academy on the right. There will be a large banner advertising the Exhibition at the entrance to the school driveway. Please follow the notices inside the grounds advising you where to park. We will keep parking places close to the entrance to the exhibition available for disabled visitors. Please do not park there unless you are a blue badge holder. Access to all parts of the Exhibition is available for disabled visitors though access routes are not always obvious. The door person will advise you. By train: On leaving the station building, cross Broughton Road and proceed straight ahead on Carleton New Road. Go up the hill, passing the Magnet store on your left, and across the canal bridge at the top of the short hill. Go straight forward through the entrance gate to Aireville Park. Follow the footpath you are now on for about 600m and you will pass the swimming bath on your left and arrive at Skipton Academy. By bus: Leave the bus at the bus station. Turn left along Keighley Road towards Skipton town centre. Turn left again on Swadford Street (the first major left turn). Continue along Swadford Street, which changes its name to Belmont Street and then to Broughton Road, until you reach the railway station on your left. From there, follow the instructions for "By train" above.
  12. Hi Ben / Mike Is there any update on the pendolino delivery. thanks Andrew
  13. Here are a few photos from furness model railway show, the layout will be at pendle forest model railway colne this weekend running 1990's stock
  14. totally agree with the above comment,excellent weekend, thanks for having us Andrew
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