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Perth Model Railway Exhibition 25 and 26 June 2022


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Just a quick update. The exhibition is going ahead as planned and we hope to run as near a normal show as possible. We are really looking forward to seeing everyone back after what has been a difficult two years. We have some great layouts and the usual selection of trade and societies. So make a date in your diaries please and come along to Scotland's Summer Show.

 

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On 19/01/2022 at 11:41, SEM63A said:

Just a quick update. The exhibition is going ahead as planned and we hope to run as near a normal show as possible. We are really looking forward to seeing everyone back after what has been a difficult two years. We have some great layouts and the usual selection of trade and societies. So make a date in your diaries please and come along to Scotland's Summer Show.

 

Stan

 

We are looking forward to finally come up to the show with Charwelton into the 80s. Be the first trip out since 2019 with it. Might have to set it up and have a test to make sure we know how to play with,  operate the train set :scratchhead::laugh_mini2:

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I've decided to give Glasgow a miss in February, but will definitely visit Perth in the summer.  I'm really looking forward to the usual fantastic show.

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As Scalefour North has been cancelled it looks as though Perth will be the first show I'll get to since covid struck.  I'm looking forward to it very much.

 

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As we get prepared for this year's exhibition, here is the current list of layouts we expect to attend.  

 

N Gauge

Whyte Hills Pass / Perth Model Railway Group

Wickwar / Farnham & District Model Railway Club

Lisworth Bay / John Spence

St Andrews and Guardbridge / East Neuk Model Railway Club

Leven Bank / Glenrothes Model Railway Club

Eglington Junction / Ayr Model Railway Club

Kirkton / Falkirk Model Railway Club

Upper Cwmtwych / Les Nehrlich

Neu Orle / The Bird Family

OO Gauge

Laurencekirk / Perth Model Railway Group

Dovington Camp / Clevedon and Portishead Armchair Modellers

Clayton End Signalman / David and Susan George

Belhaven Brewery / Graham Crawford

Glendevon and Yetts  O’ Muckhart / Edinburgh and Lothians Model Railway Club

Thorncliffe / Steve and Chris Saxby

Charwelton into the 80’s / CBM Diesel Group

Arbroath / Dundee Model Railway Club

Kilbagie Mill / Bonnybridge Model Railway Club

Tullygarth / Stirling & Clackmannan

Tri-ang Hornby 1972 / Dave Coddington

Wellpark / SDEG

HO Gauge

Awaiting Name / Raven Miniatures

Dobris / Ian Lampkin

Willamson River / Cupar & District Model Railway Club

OO9

Bron Hebog / Greenock Model Railway Club

Glen Dull / Dave Chapman

ON30

Lake Lewis (Wyoming) / Alan Aitken

P4

United Mills / Ray Nolton

O Gauge

 Bridgwater (S&DJR) / Trevor Gibson

2nd (and) Yard / Arry Dodd

Glebe Street / Elgin Model Railway Club

American Standard Gauge Display / Graham Pascall

Vintage Tinplate Railway / Dale Smith

St Marnock Engine Shed / Mike Bisset

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Wurzbach / Axel Klozenbuecher

Various

Museum of Transport / Roger Brogden

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Just looked on Avanti to check the cost - the last three weekends in June have no fares available - must be planning engineering works.

 

Off Peak is 126GBP, 4.5 hours there by midday and 4.5 hours leaving 5:22.

 

It's doable, but that would be a long time with the 5:22 being the last possible train back....

 

As much I want to go, I need to be sensible.

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No DC-Kits, what a shame.  Bif's seminars are a "go to" for me every year.

 

 

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On 10/05/2022 at 18:33, 55020 said:

No DC-Kits, what a shame.  Bif's seminars are a "go to" for me every year.

 

 

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DCKits & Gang will be there with our normal 36 foot stand featuring:

 

DCKits - Realtrack models, DEVideos & Books & and of course our Legomanbiffo demo.

 

Not sur why Stan has not listed DCKits, but he is getting old you know !!!!!!!

 

Charlie

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7 hours ago, charliepetty said:

DCKits & Gang will be there with our normal 36 foot stand featuring:

 

DCKits - Realtrack models, DEVideos & Books & and of course our Legomanbiffo demo.

 

Not sur why Stam has not listed DCKits, but he is getting old you know !!!!!!!

 

Charlie

 

 

 

Charlie, fantastic news.  I look forward to seeing the usual gang all "kilted" out  😉

 

 

Steve

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On 10/05/2022 at 12:59, woodenhead said:

Just looked on Avanti to check the cost - the last three weekends in June have no fares available - must be planning engineering works.

 

Off Peak is 126GBP, 4.5 hours there by midday and 4.5 hours leaving 5:22.

 

It's doable, but that would be a long time with the 5:22 being the last possible train back....

 

As much I want to go, I need to be sensible.

 

I did it by sleeper train a few years ago, then took a train to Edinburgh on Saturday evening just do do the Forth Bridge.

It's quite a nice journey by train from Edinburgh, but about 80 minutes each way.

The leaves getting to Edinburgh as the issue. Flying can be cheaper, depending on where you are travelling from. Flight times don't always work for such a trip though, especially at weekends.

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On 10/05/2022 at 23:49, charliepetty said:

DCKits & Gang will be there with our normal 36 foot stand featuring:

 

DCKits - Realtrack models, DEVideos & Books & and of course our Legomanbiffo demo.

 

Not sur why Stan has not listed DCKits, but he is getting old you know !!!!!!!

 

Charlie

 

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Don't worry, your usual spot is waiting for you in the Hall 2, Stand 87.

 

 

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Don't worry, your usual spot is waiting for you in the Hall 2, Stand 87.

 

 

What a great guy. !!!  Be there early on Friday for set up.   Charlie

 

Its going to be a great trip up:

Pacers at Wensleydale Railway

Pacer at Kirk Merrington

Pacer in Newcastle

Pacers at Alnmouth

Pacers near Hawick.

 

ALL PACERED OUT !!

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