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Old 04-09-2017, 02:06 PM   #11
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The very impressive “Ross Creek” by Ian Clarke in Australian H0 scale. I really hope to see this again.


“Leighmoor Bois” by Phil Delnon. 50 or 60 year old Hornby Dublo that still works very well.
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Leigh MRS own “Bickersleigh Colliery” looking atmospheric and showing that ‘Sentinel’s are rather popular!




Finally your’s truly own “New Ulm”, American H0 in the prairies.

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I watched the video of the show upload by Jenny Kirk to her you tube channel. It looked like a good show and it's a shame the numbers were down. I usually go to the Chapel en le Frith show each year and that is normally quite busy, though I did miss this year's event.

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You also had a clash of dates with the Blackburn & east Lancashire show, which won't have helped with footfall.
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Thanks for the photo's. Very interesting to see .
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Thanks for the comments!
Yes, the clashes with other shows were a problem, both with finding traders who could attend and with visitors. Although one guy had no problem doing both but he was on a motorbike!!!
Next year, we will be back at our usual time of the third weekend in September. This years date was forced upon us, by the venue.
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