March and District Model Railway Club on track for memorable seventh exhibition

08:00 26 February 2013

Layouts at March and District Model Railway Club

Layouts at March and District Model Railway Club's annual exhibition.

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ENGINES and layouts of all shapes and sizes will go on show at March and District Model Railway Club’s seventh annual exhibition on Saturday.

The club, which formed in 2003, will stage its latest showpiece at Westwood Junior School, in Maple Grove, March, from 10am-4.30pm.

There will be trade stands as well as a host of layouts in different scales and gauges.

Refreshments will be on sale all day, while free parking is available on the school grounds.

Entrance is £4 for adults, £3 for concessions and £1.50 for children. Under-fives go free.

For more information contact David Evans on 01353 663024 or John Lygo on 01354 653630.

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