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Milton Keynes venue for 2019 Great Electric Train Show

Photo: West Coast Cement by Hornby Magazine in 'OO' gauge (Yearbook No. 11).

 

The layout line up for the Great Electric Train Show on October 12/13 continues to expand with six more of the 30 layout list being revealed this month.

Joining the guest list are Joshua Lovell and Barrie Jones Crossley Scrap (HM142), Mike Kelly’s Caradon Junction (HM133) and David Dann-Gibbons Wendover (HM135) in ‘OO’ gauge plus Peter Brackenbury’s Middle Elmton (HM116) in ‘N’ gauge, Andrew Bailey’s Avyn-a-Llyin (HM129) modelled in ‘OO9’ narrow gauge and Phillip Hutching’s 3mm scale London Transport theme layout Addison Road (see pages 54-61).

Wendover by David Dann-Gibbons model the GCR in ‘OO’ gauge (HM135).

Middle Elmton in ‘N’ gauge by Peter Brackenbury (HM116).

These new additions join the previously announced list in HM142 consisting of ‘OO’ layouts Tytton Hall Yard (HM141), Canute Road Quay (HM142), Kirkby Stephen West (HM5) and Hornby Magazine’sWest Coast Cement (HM Yearbook No. 11) plus Little Aller Junction in ‘N’ gauge (HM123) and ‘O’ gauge layouts Old Elms Park (HM141) and Polcombe Depot (see feature in HM145, on sale in June).

Advance tickets are on sale now for the show offering a discount over on the day prices. In addition kids enter free on Sunday October 13 (maximum of two with a paying adult). Advance tickets are priced at £10 for adults (£9 for subscribers), £7 for children (Saturday only), family (2+2) £29. Prices on the day are £12 for adults, £9 for children (Saturday) and £34 for a family ticket.

Full details of ticket availability are available online on the Great Electric Train Show website or by calling 01780 480404.

Visit www.greatelectrictrainshow.com for more information.

Little Aller Junction by Chris Morris in ‘N’ gauge (HM123).

Tytton Hall Yard by Boston MRC in ‘OO’ gauge (HM141).

Canute Road Quay by Graham Muspratt in ‘OO’ gauge (HM142).

Crossley Scrap by Joshua Lovell and Barrie Jones in ‘OO’ gauge (HM142).

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