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 Posted: Wed Dec 1st, 2010 04:12 pm
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Hayle MRC & Duchy Railroaders Model Railway Exhibition.

A 1 Day Christmas Show in the Hayle Day Care Centre, Commercial Road, Hayle, on Saturday 11th December.

10.00am to 4.00pm.

Admission £1.00 Adults - 50p Children.

EXHIBITION LAYOUTS
'South Prairie’ Hayle MRC N
‘Nancemellion Road’ Hayle MRC 00
‘Skinner’s Creek’ D & R Martin oo9
‘Blaen Y Slate Quarry’ Tom Snook oo9
‘Quarryhill’ Hayle MRC N
‘Cliffordsbridge’ Paul Roberts 00
‘Thomas’ Hayle MRC 00
‘Kernow Sand & Gravel’ Simon Parkinson 0n30
‘Monkton End’ Mike Potter 0
‘Trecarn’ Tom Lloyd N

TRADE STANDS
Club Sales Stand
Kernow Model Rail Centre
DMR Products
Mevagissey World of Model Trains
Team Track Trading

SOCIETIES & DEMONSTRATIONS
Wagon building demonstration by Cornwall ‘O’ Gauge Society
Cornwall Railway Society

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 Posted: Thu Dec 2nd, 2010 09:57 am
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Looks good Super D i think i wiil make a visit.Piran

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I think i may well try and get down to that one

Who are Duchy railroaders Derek cant say i heard of them before?

Brian

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Duchy Railroaders are the American layout side and model in N, HO, O and G!

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I'm certainly planning to pop down for a visit, weather permitting.

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looks like a good show for a one day event.
A tad too far for me to travel though, especially if this weather continues.
Good luck to the organisers I wish them every success.

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Went down to this litlle show today

IT was a very good well presented event very pleasant atmosphere nice mix of layouts to suit all tastes a small number of traders offfering products .

Met up with Derek (super D) Roger (Piran) John (Janner) and Nigel (GWRman) and we all had a yap.

Nigel has bought an 0 gauge Pannier tank while there his wife dont know yet i did say the florists is just down the road:lol::lol:

If we dont here from Nigel within the next few days it means the wife has put him in the mincer for the pies for christmas:lol::lol:

Brian

 

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It was indeed a very good show today, full marks to Nigel - I hope he survived the mincer :mutley- and the team.  It was also great to meet up again and chat.

Treated myself to some clay wagons.


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Hi, yes it was a good day, good turn out and good feedback. Also great to catch up with some forum members and have a chat, being only a one day show we only use two rooms but in May and August we use 3 rooms.

 http://www.haylemrc.org.uk/exhibitions.htm

:cool winkNigel

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Hi Brian, at the show I was approached by a friend of mine and offered a 'O' Hachette Partworks 'Flying Scotsman' all completly built just requiring painting, for £100, couldn't say no to that could I.

:mutleyNigel:Happy  

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A O gauge flying scotsman aswell as the Pannier tank Nigel i bet you went home with choclates and flowers Saturday evening

Trouble is with a mainline engine meams a bigger O gauge layout now.

Mind you there is a big Ogauge track at the Perranporth model engineering place at Callesstick thats outside so you could stretch its legs there.

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In preparation for the Hayle show in May, I have received my invite confirmation letter from Nigel - thanks.

I have also had the privilege of being the first person to see Rob Foster's new layout "The Shed" and to say it's a step up from Osney Town is a bit of an understatement - it is again, superb !



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Thats OK Stu, the line up for the show looks pretty good (if I do say so myself)

 ‘The Shed’ Rob Foster 0 debue

 ‘Orchard Road TMD’ Richard Slate 00

 ‘Polbraze’ Stuart Hilton 00 debue

 ‘Deviot Dock’ William Douglas 00

 ‘Penlee Junction’ Paul Roberts 00 debue

 ‘Weisendorf’ Tony Furze N

 ‘ New Thomas’  Hayle MRC 00

 ‘Penkerwin Harbour’  Gary Stevens TT 3mm

 ‘Wagon Wheel Gap’ Pat Jeffries

 ‘Bratton Flemming’ Tom Snook 009 debue

 ‘South Prarie’ Duchy Railroaders N debue in new format

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Invites started going out for August aswell

Nigel:cool wink

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Due to a complete lack of effort, Polbraze the layout is being scrapped.

However, Laterite & Co Ltd will make it's first public appearence instead, complete with a new, two boxfile extension, making 5 boxes in total.

Apologies to Nigel, but it's a practical decision for me as Polbraze was never going to be what I wanted.

Stu



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Can nothing be salvaged, Stu?



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Oh yes, all the buildings, the points and track, etc. are reuseable. The baseboard was just too big and heavy - I might re-invent it using foam board, having seen Catcott Burtle last weekend, but I have to replace it at Hayle, and Laterite as it stands is not enough of a layout.

P.S. Your little war memorial fits in perfectly:thumbs



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That's good because it will give you a flying start at the next incarnation.



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