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QUOTE The big French 7mm layout was an interesting addition. i really don't know what to make of it. the detail wasn't great and there was virtually nothing moving. but it was spectacular

We really liked it. Judging by the display boards in front of the layout, I think the maker has a "thing" for iron pier viaducts. I was also fascinated to see locomotives from the 19th rather than 20th century. On that note, it was also interesting to see the LNWR shed layout which was set in 1901. There were some rather elegant looking 4-4-2 and a "single" or two to be seen.

We didn't do much shopping either, more because we're being a bit more careful than before.

And I didn't have a camera either - wish I had. Sorry

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QUOTE we end up with a world where you buy over the internet from specialist traders living in Mid Wales , Cornwall and Invernesshire

I get the impression that a lot of the craft stalls you find at County Shows are based in these places. I imagine them all beavering away through the winter months making the stock and then traveling the country from show to show during the late spring to early weekends selling the stuff.

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Nice photos mick
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It would make an interesting competition for people to guess the scale in each photo. If I remember correctly, you've got N to G in that selection.

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I enjoyed watching the LNWR shed too


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