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Lincoln district model railway exhibition

    

Sheepy95
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Lincoln district model railway club will host a exhibition on the 24th and 25th of February 2024 at Fiskerton village hall Lincoln.

 

Opening times for both days are 10.00 till 15.00

 

Entry fee  Adult £4.00. Child £1.00

 

Free parking

 

Wheel chair friendly

 

Cafe available

 

layouts attending

Pig lane 

Horncaslte

Five mile house

Holland beck

Ellasweet Beet Factory’ 

Manton Junction

Harkworths

 

Traders 

Book law

Bomber County models

 

 

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goldfish

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Excellent smaller show, well worth a visit.

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Grampus

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

A really enjoyable local show. I've just come back from spending a couple of hours there this afternoon. Friendly people and some great modelling. My personal favourite layout was 'Horncastle', which ticked a lot of (mostly blue and yellow with Railfreight grey and red) boxes for me. Well worth popping along tomorrow if you have a few minutes to spare. Thanks to all concerned for a nice afternoon out. 

 

All the best,

 

Paul 

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Dagworth

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

A well presented local club show with around a dozen layouts in 2, 4 and 7mm scales. The O gauge layout was actually one of the smallest layouts present.

 

Layouts were a mix of entertaining fiction through to well researched models of real places and places that had previously had railways but modelled as though those lines had survived the Beeching cull. A good mix of steam era and more modern diesel content too. One exhibit showed the true definition of a tail chaser, the train missing it's own tail by about 2 millimetres.

I was there helping with a layout presented as a work in progress that got quite a lot on interest showing how a layout was built.

 

A good social and meal on the Saturday evening in a local pub added to a great all-round weekend.

 

The show was VERY busy both days!

 

My thanks to the organising club and to @Clive Mortimore for letting me be his wingman for the weekend

 

Andi

 

 

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Clive Mortimore

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Well done to Sean who organised the show.

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