Exhibiting Wimblehurst Road at the Pevensey Exhibition on Saturday.
Who says EM gauge Modellers are purists! Credit to Mr P for spotting this one at the EM expo last weekend.
You can get a kit for Ivor the engine as exemplified by the owner of Llawryglyn.
Also a case of spot the dragon too!
Phil Hutchings Layout, Addison Road was the invited guest layout to EM Expo at Bracknell last weekend.
Not only 3mm scale, 14.2 gauge but unique in featuring London Transport underground stock of various types along with the Metropolitan electric locos and Steam locos used by the underground.
In addition there is an abandoned railway and and extensive station building in LT Art Deco style along with trolly buses and other buses from the time.
Worked to an extensive timetable, the layout includes both branch and mainline. A fair bit of concentration is required to operate the layout but enjoyable nevertheless and I got a ply on the Sunday!
Here are the photos.
Phils Layout has recently featured in Hornby magazine.
Dorking MRC held their Spring Show in Redhill, so I dropped in as it was within walking distance. A small show, but some good layouts, and I saw a number of friends to talk to. Dorking had their new ‘N’ gauge layout based on Dorking West station in the 1960’s on show for the first…
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Turning to the main hall
Herstmonceux – Last outing ☹️ OO
Fintonagh – O 16.5 NG
Vale of Oxbury – N
St George’s Dock – O
Wolfe Low – O
Garreg Wen- OO9
Wittenden – O 16.5
Little Aller Junction – N
A good show despite there being no 3mm but for 2020 Lakebank will be appearing 😊
Excuse the title, but popped into Medstead and Four Marks on the way home to see the arrival of the last train of the day.
Due to the Butts bridge works outside Alton till July all trains are terminating at Medstead.
Popped into the Mid Hants yesterday on the way down to the van.
Had a nice breakfast bap in the West Country Buffet in time to see the first service train of the day from Alresford.
So if your down that way, Breakfast bap highly recommend!
Mr P and I visited the BRM sponsored MRC exhibition at Alexandra Palace yesterday.
Because on engineering works at the Cross we took the London Overground up to Highbury & Islington and then Great Northern to Alexandra Palace.
After a walk up the hill (both wishing we’d caught the bus) and a pint we went round the exhibition.
One observation was that it was a case of hunt the layout due to the vast number of trade stands. Some layouts we had both seen before whilst others were new to us.
Here are the photos
Hornby Harry Potter
North Foreland (0)
Andy Cudducks C&L Layout
C/w Getty the gas axe!
Rather nice Blue period N
Colin Wilson Eastern Region EM layout
Fenchurch St Peters (4mm)
Lower Exbury (4mm)
Ealing Road (Model Railway Challenge)
& of course the scale no exhibition should be without
3mm – Ballyconnel Road
All in all a good exhibition. Also we had an ahhh moment – hedgehog 🦔 numbers are seriously reduced so fundraising well in hand!
Bus back to the station and some LNER action whilst waiting for the train home.
Hawthorn class Broad Gauge locomotive
Saturday the 2nd March gave me a problem. Two exhibitions on the same day. The Norfolk and Suffolk Narrow Gauge Modellers annual show was in Beccles and the O Gauge Guild Spring Show in Kettering. It might have been possible to visit both but my ‘Dad’s Taxi’ duties meant that I didn’t have time. I…
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