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Thought I would let everyone know that the EBMRS are holding their annual exhibition this Saturday (14th February 2009).

The EBMRS club exhibition will take place on Saturday 14th February 2009 at:

Usual venue: Stratton Upper School, Eagle Farm Road, Biggleswade, SG18 8JB

The EBMRS Exhibition manager is Dick Sulch and can be contacted with enquiries for Trade and/or Layout attendance at our show only please - ALL other enquiries to Club Secretary - thankyou.

Times: Open at 10.30am & close at 5.00pm on the Saturday (1 day show)

Admission: Adults £3.50, Children £2.00, Seniors £2.50, Family(2+2) £9.00 (Same as last year)

Refreshments are available all day in the excellent 'Sulch Catering Emporium'

2009 Layouts list: (19 in total)

Helston 3mm GWR - End of the Line
Deltic Avenue EM Speedlink Era Sidings
Larkford O-16.5 Narrow Gauge 2'3" in 1920s
Wood Street 7mm Industrial urban yard in a minimum space
Groenen Creek On30 New logging layout from Crawley MRS
Stone EM ND&CJc railway set in 1980s
30 de Septiembre HO Cuban sugar mill from Waveney Valley MRC
Wildschönau HOe Narrow gauge set in the Austrian Tyrol
Rorgyle 2mm GWR Small country terminus
Felsham St Gregory O-16.5 1950s narrow gauge in Southern England
Colchester Barrack Street 7mm Mersea Light Railway set in 1950/60s
Plate Mill Junction OO A new part of the 'Greys Steelworks' complex
Nile Street Basin 7mm Finescale small yard in London in 1920/30s
Brenlyn OO9 Narrow gauge serving a small Welsh village
Port of Boston HO 1990s layout based on Boston, Massachusetts
Silbeeke Z A layout inspired by Belgian holidays
Wilhelmhaussen N Branch line to a small wine town in Germany
Fenton St Clare O-16.5 Wartime narrow gauge in the Fens
Sutton (EBMRS) OO LD&EC Railway in Lincolnshire in 1950/60s

Trade for 2009: (12 in total)

Ian Shave
Modellers Mate
Nine Elms Models
Geoff Gamble Books
Model Roads & Tramways
Sandy Transport Society
H & A Models
Leighton Buzzard Railway
Thameshead Models
Friends of NRM
Rural Railways
The Buffer Stop Shop
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