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2020 Exhibition confirmed

With the completion of an organising team, the committee has given approval for the 2020 Exhibition to go ahead.

The exhibition will be held on our customary first full weekend of March 2020 - i.e. on 7th & 8th March, at the Royal Leamington Spa College, 

Further details will follow in due course.

Society Newsflash

2020 Exhibition confirmed

With the completion of an organising team, the committee has given approval for the 2020 Exhibition to go ahead.

The exhibition will be held on our customary first full weekend of March 2020 - i.e. on 7th & 8th March, at the Royal Leamington Spa College, 

Further details will follow in due course.

Exhibition Newsflash

2020 Exhibition confirmed

With the completion of an organising team, the committee has given approval for the 2020 Exhibition to go ahead.

The exhibition will be held on our customary first full weekend of March 2020 - i.e. on 7th & 8th March, at the Royal Leamington Spa College, 

Further details will follow in due course.

Annual exhibition

Exhibition Introduction (2020)

The 45th Annual Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Exhibition

will take place on

Saturday 7th March 2019 from 10am until 5pm

and 

Sunday 8th March 2019 from 10am until 4pm

 Royal Leamington Spa College

Warwick New Road, Leamington Spa, CV32 5JE

 

 

We look forward to welcoming you all back for our 2020 exhibition. The exhibition will be held at the same venue as the last few - the Royal Leamington Spa College on the Warwick New Road in the Warwick end of Leamington Spa.

Exhibition

If you have any immediate questions, please contact the exhibition manager at Exhibition

Aber Emlyn is largely the work of six members of the Great Yarmouth Model Railway Club, who are also members of Norfolk Mardlers. Assistance and support has been provided by other Club members. The layout has been rebuilt and extended from its original form and is being continually developed.

Constructed to O Gauge finescale standards, the track is in individual 44ft 6in lengths and employs C & L and Exactoscale track parts with GW 2 bolt chairs. All main points have been made to B6, B7 templates using lime sleeper strip and are controlled by slow action point motors or servos. Dummy point locks have been added.

Buildings are mostly representations of actual structures. This applies to the engine shed (Cowbridge), double track GW goods shed (Ross-on-Wye), the houses on an incline (GW), the pub by the canal (Gwent) and several huts. The station building has recently been remodelled using a combination of prototype features. The signals are fully operational as are the ground signals.

The baseboard with the canal and tunnel mouth includes a narrow gauge feeder line and enhanced scenery. Fine detailing is currently taking place. On the visible part of the layout most recently an extension has been added at the terminus end to include part of the town which the station serves. The fiddle yard section is brand new and replaced the original one which had fixed tracks, a flexible entrance track and a turntable.

Locomotives and rolling stock are a mixture of kit and scratchbuilt and are representative of 1930s.. A sequenced timetable is in operation and lasts for about one and a half hours

We run a combination of auto trains/railcars, local passenger, and through passenger trains, local goods trains, and coal trains which arrive empty and return fully loaded.

Our operators are happy to answer any questions and we hope you enjoy watching the results of all our efforts.

PJA & RJK

January 2018

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