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A few more pics A first class weekend, organised by Alan, Dan and Tony from the Chasewater Model Railway group. The Museum was very busy both days but Barry was not quite right with his figures – we had 2 … Continue reading
Chasewater Railway Model Railway Exhibition video clips
Saturday & Sunday – July 7th & 8th
This year’s Chasewater Railway’s Model Railway Exhibition is to be held on both days over the weekend – full details below.
Also to be held on both days, at Amerton Railway, is a charity event:
On 7th and 8th July 2012 the railway will be running in aid of a charity which Malcolm Garner supports for deaf children in the Gambia – The Gambia Deaf Children’s Support Project”. On these two days steam locomotives Isabel and Paddy will be in steam and the Hayfield Coach will be in use behind Paddy, visiting the railway to give special rides.
Finally, if you feel like getting up early on Saturday 7th July,
Saturday July 7, 2012 All Day
Stratford-Upon-Avon To Carlisle Rail Tour
This train will be operated by DRS and will feature a pair of veteran Class 20 locomotives throughout.
Bloxwich 08:00/ 21:30
Hednesford 08:20 / 21:10
Rugeley Trent Valley 08:35 / 20:55
Stafford 08:50 / 20:40
Arrive: Leave: Carlisle 13:10 15:45
Information from the South Staffordshire Railway website:
This site is well worth a visit, especially for Chasewater Railway members, as the Chasewater line used to meet the main line at Anglesey Sidings, and there are some good pictures on there when it was Charrington’s oil depot, and lots more besides.
Chasewater Railway – More Busy Weekends
For reports and photographs of the ‘We’ll Meet Again’ day, go to Bob Anderson’s photos and Browhills Bob’s blog.
Trent Valley Model Railway Society
Model Railway Exhibition
Lichfield – September 10th 2011
Quite a few events were happening on this weekend and I did manage to visit two of them. Firstly I made a flying visit to the Trent Valley Model Railway Society Model Railway Exhibition at the Wade Street Church Hall, Lichfield– I really couldn’t miss this one, the hall is where I first started school at Meredith House School, over sixty years ago.
On entering the show, visitors were given a free booklet containing a plan of the layouts and lists of the exhibitors and traders. A first class touch – I only wish that I could have stayed longer to make better use of it! All the exhibitors had excellent layouts, whether big or of the smaller variety.
Briefly, they were: Aylett End, Chalford,Deesdale Road, Highly Unlikely, Overkill, Thomas the Tank Engine, Waldkirsch and Z Line. The traders were: 12 voltsdc, Derby Trees and Scenics, Keith’s Model Railway, Loughborough Model Centre, Sansome’s Model Railways, not to mention Wickson’s Travel.
I shall have a collection of video clips linked to the blog in the next day or so.