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 Posted: Sun Aug 22nd, 2010 08:09 am
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Hi went to Three Spires yesterday with Piran, saw SuperD and Stubby47, spread the word on our show to everyone I spoke to. Not a bad show, but there was only 2 modern layouts there, a couple of American and the rest were STEAM (even a real steam layout).

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 Posted: Sun Aug 22nd, 2010 08:13 am
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As Stubby mentioned on another thread sounds as though there were some good layouts there .

Was the show well attended ?



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I would have to say it looked liked no, there was plenty of people there but not crowded or queuing. But the venue is a bit out of the way.

Nigel:hmm

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Wheres the piccys all you lot that went there then?

Im to busy doing road signs to go this year

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 Posted: Sun Aug 22nd, 2010 11:04 am
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Later, Brian, later, when I can get to the pc.



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 Posted: Sun Aug 22nd, 2010 05:48 pm
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Sorry I forgot my camera:thud, but I'm sure a video will appear on youtube.

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Visted the exhibition yesterday, there were some good layouts, but sadly there did not seem to be many visitors, very thin on the ground.

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