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Model Railways on display in Felixstowe

June 8th, 2013 by Mark Keable
Categories: Suffolk News · Whats On

The Felixstowe Area Group Annual N Gauge Model Railway Show will be held on Saturday 15th June at Trinity Methodist Church, Felixstowe from 10.30am

This year’s layouts will include: Group modules, Hadderton, Hand-on layout, Saneham Tye, North Essex Group, Brackley, Tendring Group, Clintons Bend, IRMA, Ipswich South Bank, IRMA, Fox Hollow, Edward Fox, Mid East, Kelvin Fellingham, a New compact layout by Graham Elliott, Diss, Melton, Edward Cotton and a Continental layout by Scograil, Plus the possibility of other layouts currently under construction.

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This year’s Trade Stands will include the Scograil, Society 2nd Hand and Mid Suffolk Light Railway. There will also be a club Stand which will have information and examples of the groups projects, so please to pay them a visit this year and see what N Gauge Model Railways have to offer as the Group would like to make this their most successful show to date.

The admission charge for adults is £3 but accompanied children are admitted free of charge. There is free on street parking close by and light refreshments will be available. The venue has good wheelchair access.

Felixstowe provides an ideal seaside venue for this event and makes it a good day out for all the Family.

• For more information contact Chris Shum on 01394 277211 or visit www.felixstowengauge.org.uk

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