PECO 70th anniversary Colas Rail naming ceremony
Very Grateful to Peter Marriott for his write up in Model Rail about our Tetbury Goods shed kit
T.I.NG.S 2014 pictures:
We are absolutely delighted to tell you that the North Devon Model Railway Show has raised £2500 for charity at this years event.
This fantastic amount of money could only have beeen achieved with the help and generosity of so many people, thank you to everyone for your support.
New development from KATO, a working N Scale turntable:
It is expected Quarter 2 or 3 for more details:
NEW KATO SOUND SYSTEM ON ANALOGUE
Kato has given a sneak peak at a sound system they are developing for analogue control. as you will see in the video the clever design means that the sound reacts to the loco and not to the power controller, and it works just like the Kato tunrout switches by plugging into the side of your Kato controller.
scheduled for release by the end of the year, check back for further updates.
The Western Enterprise is almost here click the picture above and pre-order yours today
All the donations have now been collected and counted and we are extremely pleased to tell you that in total the North Devon Model Railway Show raised a brilliant £2040 for the Barnstaple based charity Amigos. This could not have been achieved without the help and generousity of many many people, so a huge thank you once again for all your support.
A Massive thank you to everybody who attended the first ever North Devon Model Railway Show on Sunday 26th May, It could not have been a better day, the sun was shining the market hall was full of layouts and lots of money raised in aid of Amigos charity who help children in Uganda.
Here are a few pictures for anyone who couldn't make it to this years show
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Here are a few quick snaps taken at the AGM (26/05/2012)
A full prototype of the Farish Class 70
Blue Pullman & an Austerity on a layout
Dapol 38xx on display at Nottingham