Festival of Railway Modelling, Peterborough

Simon kindly sent me these pictures of the Peterborough version of the National Festival of Railway Modelling.  I thought of going, but inertia caught up with me!

A few pics of Peterborough and a snatched shot of Black Five 44871 at Kings X!

Bridge of Remagen and the narrow gauge World War I narrow gauge were the highlights. The desert scene was Iraq in World War II and a brilliant example of forced perspective – impossible to capture with an iPhone. It did have running trains.

           


And Wales’ quietest station is now thriving!  It would make a very simple model.  Read all about it here….

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Secretary of the East Surrey N Gauge railway club
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