Category Archives: Exhbitions

The Alton exhibition 6 February 2016 – 2

Another fine layout at the Alton show was Dock Green, an O gauge shunting layout set in East London in early British Railways days.  Full marks, too for the layout name, bringing back memories of watching ‘Dixon of Dock Green’ … Continue reading

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Cool(ings) Runnings

Last weekend ESNG spent two days exhibiting at the Garden of England Model Fest, at Cooling’s Garden Centre, located at the whimsically named Pratt’s Bottom, near Sevenoaks.  A new show, aiming to make some money for charity, it was held … Continue reading

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Pictures at an (ESNG) exhibition #4

Finally, from this year’s ESNG show, some videos of the action. We start with Paul’s Kato Racetrack in full swing… On the ESNG N-mod, a Deltic is passing Union Street…. And a Delaware & Hudson passenger rake passes Eric…. These … Continue reading

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Pictures at an (ESNG) exhibition #3

Today, a thank you for all that goes on at an exhibition apart from the layouts.  There are a lot of jobs, visible and unseen, needed to get and keep the show on the road.  And a special thanks to everyone … Continue reading

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Pictures at an (ESNG) exhibition #2

Today, a few picture of the non-modular, stand-alone, layouts…. Kuritu Writing this post, I was surprised to realise that Kuritu was the only non-modular, non-ESNG layout – due to three layouts dropping out of the show (all for very good … Continue reading

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Pictures at an (ESNG) exhibition #1

Another year, another exhibition negotiated.  And another moderate success, though I say so myself.  We cleared over 200 through the doors, and received plenty of positive comments from the visitors.  Perhaps the best complement was the length of time people … Continue reading

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