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East London Finescale Model Railway Exhibition 2nd / 3rd November 2013


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This will be the East Ham and Districts Model Railway Clubs 5th in the series of finescale model railway exhibitions presented by the club; and this will be the 4th one to be put on at the CEME centre.

 

Dates:- Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd November 2013.
Saturday 10.00am – 5.00pm.
Sunday 10.00am – 4.00pm.
 
At:-
CEME Campus,
Marsh Way,
Rainham,
Essex.
RM13 8EU.
 
Admission Prices:-  Adults £5, Children £2.50p.
 
This exhibition showcases 15 finescale layouts in 7mm, S, 4mm, (OO, EM & P4) and 3mm scales as well as demonstrations, specialist societies and a wide selection of trade support.
 
There is disabled/wheelchair flat access, to all areas.
Refreshments are available.

 

The following exhibits/layouts will be attending:
 
Bankfield Road                  7mm
Eastbridge                        OO
Empingham                       OO
Grove Park                       EM
Harford                             7mm 
Harton Gill                         P4
Hemlock                            3mm
Leysdown                         P4
Rookfield                          S Scale 
Rowlands Castle              OO
St Merryn                          P4
Thunder's Hill                   3mm
Wantage                           7mm
Whiteoak Light Railway    O/16.5
Yellow Ridge                     1:24 scale
 
Traders attending  
 
Ambis Engineering
Bill Bedford
Bob Pearman Books
Dart Castings
Eileen's Emporium
Electrifying Trains
John Dutfield
Marc Models
Mike Thorp photographs
Realistic Modelling Services
 
The Club will have their extensive second hand RTR and finescale sales stand.
(There will also be a selection of Loco, bus and tram kits).

 

 

Below are the directions for getting to the show by car and public transport:-

 

Getting there by Public Transport

Public transport direct to the venue is only available on the Saturday, the 174 Bus which passes Romford and Dagenham Heathway stations, terminates at CEME.

On Sunday there are no direct public transport links to the venue, however buses do pass within ½ mile of the venue on the A1306, New Road at Marsh Way. (10-15 minute walk).

On Sunday these buses stop in New Road, at Marsh Way:- The 174 Bus which passes Romford and Dagenham Heathway stations, the 365 from Romford and Elm Park stations and the 287 from Barking station.


Getting there by car, (Parking is free).

A13 from London (A406)

Leave the A13 at the second Dagenham East/Hornchurch exit. Turn right at the first roundabout and proceed to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout take the road marked ‘Marsh Way’.


A13 from the East (M25)

Leave the A13 at the first Dagenham East/Hornchurch exit. Take the first exit marked ‘Marsh Way’.

Once in Marsh Way

 

CEME is the first turning on the left.

Drive up to the barrier which will automatically lift,

follow the signs to East Car Park.

 

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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.

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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.

Couldn't agree more. This has always been a first class show and, judging by the layouts booked, this year looks to be another belter. The considerable amount of second hand items they will have for sale sounds interesting too, I'm sure most people could find something there to spend their hard earned on! From past experience I can really recommend this show. Get there if you can, I'm sure you won't be disappointed!

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Come on everybody.  This excellent exhibition deserves our support.  If you can attend this weekend, then make an effort.  I can promise you that you will be pleasantly surprised.  I have no connection with the club other than as a very satisfied visitor to this exhibition.  For the life of me I don't understand why it is not better attended.

 

Terry

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Come on everybody.  This excellent exhibition deserves our support.  If you can attend this weekend, then make an effort.  I can promise you that you will be pleasantly surprised.  I have no connection with the club other than as a very satisfied visitor to this exhibition.  For the life of me I don't understand why it is not better attended.

 

Terry

Terry.

Thanks for your kind comments regarding our exhibition.

Andy.

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Bill.

I do not know the area that well.

I have looked at Google Map and satellite and there does not appear to be a link between Ferry Lane and Creek Way.

Looks like you have to go to New Road, A1306 and then left into Marsh Way. Then straight on to CEME, which is located just the other side of the A13.

Andy.

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Bill.

I do not know the area that well.

I have looked at Google Map and satellite and there does not appear to be a link between Ferry Lane and Creek Way.

Looks like you have to go to New Road, A1306 and then left into Marsh Way. Then straight on to CEME, which is located just the other side of the A13.

Andy.

Bill.

I have confirmed that what I have said is correct from one of our more local, to the area, members.

Andy.

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Just got back home from setting up the show, some other members are still at CEME. I had to drop the van off.

This afternoon there was a major fire where 120 firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at a scrap metal yard south of the A13 near the venue.

On the way there the traffic was very slow along the A13, because of the 'Swann Neckers'. I was in the nearside lane only doing about 10mph when some idiot in front of me stopped, his arm went out the drivers window with his phone in his hand, presumably to take a photo. Blo--y Idi--

Anyway the fire is nearly out and everything is OK for tomorrow.

I am on the refreshments so come and say hello.

Andy.

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