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    15 June 2024 09:00      16 June 2024 15:00

    A show dedicated to Diesel and Electric modelling.
    Sutton Coldfield Town Hall,
    Upper Clifton Rd,
    Sutton Coldfield.
    B73 6DA
     
    Layout/trader/demo list to follow

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    15 June 2024 09:00      16 June 2024 15:00

    GlasGOw 2024 is Scotland’s major gauge O only event to be held on Saturday 15 June 2024 from 1000 to 1600 and Sunday 16 June 2024 from 1100 to 1600. The venue is Pollokshaws Burgh Halls, 2025 Pollokshaws Road, GLASGOW, G43 1NE. Admission is £6.00 for adults and accompanied children are free. The halls are opposite Pollokshaws West station on the East Kilbride/Barrhead lines or 5-10 minutes walk from Shawlands station on the Cathcart Circle. Bus services 57 (First) and 3 (McGills) pass the door. By car follow the signs for the Pollok Country Park & Burrell Collection from M77 Junction 2 or M8 Junction 22 – the halls are on the opposite side of the road. There is free off street parking.
     
    Layouts expected are: Alt-na-Fliuch Military Museum, Bankfoot, Rye Town & Mill and the Ayr MRG test track. The following traders have been invited: 1039 Models, Douglas Blades, Ian Kirk Models, Invertrain Model Railways, Northumbrian Painting Services, Scenic Solutions and Squires Model & Craft Tools. There will also be demonstrators, a bring & buy stand and café.
     
    The contacts for further information are Bob McLay on 0141 637 4189 or Bill Campbell at wcampbell23@yahoo.co.uk.

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    15 June 2024 09:00      16 June 2024 15:30

    Middleton Railway, The Station, Moor Road, Hunslet, LEEDS, LS10 2JQ
     
    Organised by, and all proceeds to, the Middleton Railway Trust
     
    Open 10:00 to 16:30 each day (steam passenger trains operating regularly between 10:30 and 15:30 from Moor Road station), light refreshments available in the shop/café.
     
    Admire the models set amongst the real thing in our Engine House. You can also travel on a full-size steam train. There is also the opportunity to drive a full-size locomotive, as we will be operating a footplate experience on one of our locomotives – when did you last do that at a Model Railway Exhibition? A suggested donation of £5 and no need to book in advance, just turn up on the day. Please note that you must be at least 18 years old and not older than 76 to take part in the footplate experience.
     
    Except for the footplate experience all areas of the exhibition and the train ride are accessible to visitors with disabilities.
     
    Admission – which covers Exhibition plus unlimited train rides:
    Adult: £11
    Child: £5
     
    We are expecting up to fifteen layouts in a variety of scales: O, OO, EM, N, P4, T & 009 at least. Layouts will include: Colinton (P4), Knaresborough (4mm), Oxforth East (OO & 009), Millfield Yard (N), Saltaire (T) and Minimis (EM)
     
    Traders will include: Going Loco, Helm Models & Hobbies and Leigh Models & Hobbies
     
    Reminding us that model railways are fun too we also have vintage Hornby-Dublo, Tri-ang and Tri-ang Hornby operating.
     
    This is an event for all the family – not just the modeller. When the non-modellers have exhausted the facilities, we offer at Moor Road we have Middleton Woods and Park at the top of the line, the Tulip Retail Park is opposite, and the White Rose Shopping Centre is just a short distance away. We pride ourselves on a welcome for all – come and experience it for yourselves.
     
    If you need any further details see Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MiddletonRailwayOfficial/) or www.middletonrailway.org.uk 
     
    Exhibition Manager: Ian Dobson e-mail middletonmre@middletonrailway.org.uk

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      CUPAR MODEL RAIL 2024
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      Organiser
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      Venue
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      Admission
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