West Sussex N Gauge MRC : 4-5 November 2017 #2
Sunday morning, Mr Dawes’ milkman’s nose again tracked down some bacon and eggs – this time at the ‘Portuguese Grill’ in Littlehampton town centre. Then it was off to play trains again. The advantage of a two day show is having this second, more leisurely morning….
Meanwhile, back at the show, we found that Jon the Blue Plastic Box man had set up shop next to Sean. Elsewhere, Hooks Hills Viaduct was again on show as a ‘working diorama’. The cassettes at each end are interesting, using Kato Unitrack to make the electrical connections. However, Chris White is now, perhaps wisely, extending the layout into an oval, with loops to avoid manual changing of trains.
Barrack Way features an army camp, with a wide range of military paraphernalia….
It was good to take another long look at Ian Milroy’s San Maria Gardia. This time I managed to find the donkey…
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