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Brighton MRC Exhibition


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13th and 14th November 2010


Patcham Community Centre Ladies Mile Road, Patcham Brighton BN1 8TA


Open 10am - 5pm Saturday and 10am - 4.30pm Sunday.

Admission remains at 2007 prices.


Adults £3.00,


Seniors £2.00


Children £1.50


Family ( 2A + 2C ) £8.00


Layout name / Trader etc Exhibitor Gauge / Scale Details

Whatlington Peter Bossom 3mm SR circa 1967

Loftus Road Worthing MRC 4mm / OO West London line 1995-2009

Fawcett Street Mike Denwood 4mm / OO BR 1959

Ventnor & Wroxall Newhaven MRC 4mm / OO SR 1930's

Dydley Junction City of Canterbury MRC 2mm / N LMS / GWR 1930's

Evaleight Sussex Downs OO9 Group 4mm Freelance

Skeims Hill Peter Wisdom / Brighton MRC 7mm / O LB&SCR


MB Models

Railroad Trading

Morris Models

Brian Trains


Railway Correspondence and Travel Society

Kent & East Sussex Railway

Bluebell Railway



More details on the club website

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If travelling to this by train BE AWARE that the line is closed all the way from Littlehampton to Hove/Brighton on both days. If coming from Hampshire and the west it may be quicker to travel up the Arun Valley to Gatwick or Three Bridges and then back down again as the bus take ages, especially if someone has a prang on the A259.

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Suggest Preston Park (if you know where you are going)


Or Brighton main-line and get a taxi (cost maybe £7 / £8)


Enjoy the exhibition


Yes Preston Park is the nearest station walk down Claremont Rd to the London Rd and catch the 5 or 5A bus towards Patcham....stops almost outside the Community Centre.


If you are at Brighton station the 5 and 5A buses run from St Peters Church at the bottom of Trafalgar Street as does the 5B ( destination Hollingbury) and get off at the bottom of Braybon Ave...short walk. Or for the really adventurous the 56 bus only hourly on the Saturday will take you to the door....very round about route!


Full details on the club Club website



I will be there as one of the organisers, please say hello. :rolleyes:

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