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Category Archives: Exhibitions
I’ve spent a few happy hours sorting out the ESNG archives – and throwing out a lot of paper whilst hopefully holding onto the key documents. If nothing else, the AGM and the exhibition details need to be kept for … Continue reading
Should be fun! 2ft narrow gauge AND a model railway show! And a big whoops – dates were wrong on the flyer…….
And so to the other, non-modular layouts. We had an interesting variety on show. Nick Falconer brought along Bahnbetriebswerk Königshafen for its first show. The layout represents a small German locomotive service depot (Bahnbetriebswerk or Bw for short) with facilities … Continue reading
I didn’t take many photos of the show, as my phone spent the day connected to our e-commerce terminal. But I did sneak a few shots just before opening time. So today it’s the N-mod layout, next time the other … Continue reading
Well, it’s all done and dusted. A few tables to return to the church I borrowed them off, and I need to return my bits of railway to the loft room. That might wait a couple of days whilst I … Continue reading
Not many posts in recent days. Maxine and I had the weekend away, and now its the final countdown to the ESNG show on Saturday. The usual pre-show glitches do, of course, occur – we’ve had a layout drop out … Continue reading
We’re going to take a chance and try for an ESNG show in April. It will be small one – more an Open Day really, but we’ll have about 8 layouts on show, 2 traders and 2 second hand tables. … Continue reading
And here are the construction photos. I’ve just ‘dumped’ the lot without comment, but do note the impressive multi-level baseboards. There are also a few useful techniques on show – ballasting and a use for bottled water!!!! Thanks again, Kim, … Continue reading
You’ll recall that I posted a few pictures of a most impressive junction built by our Danish friends and exhibited at Stuttgart. But I knew that I’d seen some better pictures somewhere. So having put in a request through Allan … Continue reading