On track for a great day out with a model railway open day that was held in March

PUBLISHED: 13:39 02 November 2015 | UPDATED: 13:43 02 November 2015

M&DMRC Open Day. Rod Rawlings O gauge layout called Moles End, Rod started to bulid this layout on 1st of May 2015 and was completed in time for Open Day. March mayor Rob Skoulding.

M&DMRC Open Day. Rod Rawlings O gauge layout called Moles End, Rod started to bulid this layout on 1st of May 2015 and was completed in time for Open Day. March mayor Rob Skoulding.

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A train enthusiasts club which has been running for 13 years held another successful exhibition in March.

M&DMRC Open Day.  Left: March mayor Rob Skoulding,Ryk Parkinson painting figures and Keith Sharp standing.M&DMRC Open Day. Left: March mayor Rob Skoulding,Ryk Parkinson painting figures and Keith Sharp standing.

The March and District Model Railway Club held teh event at the Scout Hall with a range of trade stalls and exhibitions.

Layouts were on display by Worlds End, OO Gauge DCC, Rookswood End, Demo, Work in Progress and Lower Tyldsley.

Demonstrations were by Dr Jerry Train Repairs, O Gauge Model Figure Painting, O Gauge Scratch Built Modelling, Virtual Track Planning, OO Gauge Scratch Built Modelling and Dunholme Wood Light Railway,

Traders attending were Layouts4u, Barry’s Secondhand Models, Bob Pearman Books, 00 and N Test Track as well as Computer Aided Track Design and Planning.

The club meets at the Rookswood Club in West End. For information contact secretary@mdmrc.co.uk.


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