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Scarborough DRM 2019 Exhibition

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The Scarborough and District Railway Modellers annual exhibition will take place on 17th and 18th August 2019 at The Memorial Hall, Pickering.

Please note that this is the only show that SDRM are holding in 2019.

 

Venue. Memorial Hall, Potter Hill, Pickering. YO18 8AA.

 

Dates. Saturday 17th August 10.00am - 5.00pm

            Sunday 18th August 10.00am - 4.00pm

 

Entrance £5.00

KIDS GO FREE*

*(Under 16 accompanied by a paying adult)

 

Layouts.                                                                                                    Demostrators.

Arnold Lane (OO)                                                                                     Bob Dawson

Barrowfleet (009/OO)                                                                               Simon Howard

Canalside Ironworks (1:50)                                                                      Patrick Kane

Chester Road (OO)                                                                                   Scott Waterfield

Durham Street (O) *Debut*                                                                    Tony Wright

Fiddle Street Yard (OO)

The Great White River (On30)                                                                     Trade.

North of England Line 2 - Scarlington (N) *Debut*                               DPP Models

Sandy Bay (N)                                                                                           Grosmont Books

Thomas the Tank Engine (OO) *Debut*                                                 Model Market

Wrench Green (OO) *Debut*                                                                    

                                                                                                                  Charitable trust.

 Refreshments available                                                                          North Yorkshire Moors Railway

 

http://www.sdrmweb.co.uk/Pickering_Show_2019.php

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Great White River Navigation, Extraction and Steam Packet Company is On30 not HO

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3 hours ago, fluff said:

Great White River Navigation, Extraction and Steam Packet Company is On30 not HO

Thank you, now edited.

Apologies for my mistake.

Mike

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Making its exhibition debut at this show is Durham Street in O gauge by members of Scarborough DRM.

Those of you that were familiar with Ian Harper's Haymarket Cross will Recognise Ian's influence in this latest 'shed' type layout, described by some club members as Haymarket Cross on steroids.

The layout features all scratch built buildings and unique hand painted figures, as well as sound fitted locomotives being serviced and made ready for their next turn of duty.

Set in the north east during the early 1960's, former LNER steam, and early diesel traction is to the fore, recalling steams last hurrah as the relentless march towards modernisation foreshadows the demise of a way of life, 150 years in the making. 

For more on this layout please visit http://sdrmweb.co.uk/Durham_Street.php

 

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North of England Line 2 - Scarlington will also be making its exhibition debut before heading out onto the circuit at Falkirk in November.

Utilising the fiddle yard and lighting rig from the original North of England Line, this layout features a whole new set of scenic boards and a different era.

Set at the end of the blue diesel era and featuring the approach to a large station on the ECML before electrification visitors will be able to spot locomotive hauled passenger and freight trains as well as HSTs and DMUs, and also the occasional steam special.

All the buildings in this heavily urban scene are either scratch built or kit bashed, all totally unique, as is our very own working cliff lift.

 

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Wasn't Barrowfleet EM? Was next to it at a York show some 20 years ago.....

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On 03/08/2019 at 17:36, MartinWales said:

Wasn't Barrowfleet EM? Was next to it at a York show some 20 years ago.....

 

Hi Martin,

Thanks for reporting a potential mistake, but I think we got this one right. http://www.hullmrs.org/barrowfleet.htm

Your input is nonetheless much appreciated.

All the best,

Mike

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Can confirm that Barrow Fleet is not 'EM'. Track on the standard gauge is 16.5mm. I know I helped lay it!!!

Peter

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Must be thinking of Rushenden Metals!  Now, pretty sure that was EM

 

Awaiting correction............:wub: 

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Hi

    Just a quick note to say thank you for a superb exhibition. Very high standard of layouts, especially in N gauge. And a good venue! The domestic authority approved of the sun terrace when all those lovely trains got too much for her. Thanks again

Steve A 

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