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Broadoak



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2015 4:17 pm    Post subject: Burton Railway Society Exhibition Reply with quote

Two Sister's Farm is making a rare trip north for the following exhibition, a show I am very much looking forward to.
 
 
Burton Railway Society are holding their annual model railway event at the National Brewery Centre, Horninglow Street, Burton upon Trent, DE14 1NG, on Sunday November 1st 2015. Open from 1000-1600 the event will feature 15 layouts plus full trade support. The museum also have their own working N gauge model of Burton upon Trent in the 1920's. Admission prices are: Adults £4, Children £1 and Family Ticket £9. These prices include full access to the brewery centre site where there are brewery locos, historic brewery vehicles and of course, the full history of brewing beer in Burton upon Trent. Free on site parking plus refreshments and a selection of real ales.
Layouts attending are: Maloja, Two Sisters Farm, Marmagne, Coton TMD, Upp n Bak, Friarsgate, Warsaw Indiana, Huncote Tramway, Maun Valley, Ober, Thomas the Tank, Briham, Dubmill Sidings, Harbourne and Wooden Box.
Traders attending are: 12volt DC, Brickyard Models, Wyvern Models, Derby Bookshop (Chris Canner), Colin Wright (railway artist), Dovedale Models ( David Wright), Derby Trees and Scenics, Burton Model shop, Mike Mercer (prints and slides), Model Power Depot, Sherwood Models, Stan Needham (railwayana and memorabilia), Tony Brewin (model buses), Ravenstone Models, Mechatronics.
The Shackerstone Railway group will be having a display and also the Great Central Railway will be attending with their 'Bridge to the Future' display.

Peter
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Blackcloud Railways



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2015 5:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The venue appears to be easy walking distance from the railway station too.
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ruedetropal



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2015 7:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It might only be a short walk from the station, but it would take nearly 4 hours to get there by train for me, and that is either by Leeds or by Birmingham.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2015 10:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was thinking of going via Derby, with a visit to The Brunswick while changing trains. Very Happy
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