NEWS



The 2017 Exhibition was our most successful to date.

The winner of the Children’s competition was Theo Hardacre from Penwortham, who correctly worked out the answer was “Tornado”.


Our next Exhibition will be held on Sat.3rd and Sun.4th March 2018

Those traders who were at our 2017 exhibition have already confirmed that they will be back in 2018.


Carl Bowden’s “Alderford” and club layout “Tellem Summit” with its new scenic additions have recently been the subjects of articles in Railway Modeller Magazine.


Following its successful debut at our 2013 show Carl Bowden’s “Alderford” picked up several invitations to exhibit at other exhibitions. It has since appeared  at  Blackpool &N.Fylde  (19/20 September 2015) and at Wakefield * and Stafford in 2016. 

*“Alderford” was chosen as the best visiting layout at Wakefield 2016


In 2017 Les Nehrlich will be demonstrating.

Weathering locos & rolling stock using paint brushes alone”

       It is regretted that owing to illness Les was not be able to attend’

          York Exhibition

          Liverpool Exhibition

However following his return to health he will be at the following exhibitions:-

          North Fylde   SEPT

          Blackburn   SEPT

          Wigan    OCT

          Barrow OCT

          Kendal 2018

          Stafford 2018

big-loco


And showing:-

 DYNA HYFRYD   St Andrews  Scotland   in  August 2017 

And.

LLWYN GRUG at:-

Workington 2017

Perth 2018

Wigan 2018

Barrow 2018

All Pally 2019

Kendal 2019

 


Llwyn Grug resurected! Phoenix-Bird-56653

Chairman, Les Nehrlich’s N gauge layout Llwyn Grug, well known on the exhibition scene in the ’80s (see our Archive page for pictures and video) will appear phoenix like, in a newly modified form at our 2017 exhibition. The old station and working fairground boards will feature joined by some completely new boards.

For a sldeshow of the revamped boards click:-  Here


The Society wishes to acknowledge with thanks the generous bequest of model railway items, equipment, kits and spares by

The late Mr R. Carter of Bamber Bridge