Chiltern Model Railway Exhibition 2018 #1



Time out with Mr Atfield on Saturday, visiting two shows north of the river (Thames).  We started at the Brentwood toy fair.  These things are a real lottery for ‘N’ gauge – it’s OK if you want to buy Hornby or buses, though – but there was a lot on offer today.  I was lured into some Farish van, especially when the trader accepted my optimistic offer.

Then on to Stevenage and the Chiltern Model Railway Exhibition.  We took about 25 minutes to find a parking space, but once inside there was plenty to look at.  We’ll start, as ever, with the small scale stuff, and a second post will have a few other things that caught my eye.  Not much detail – just photos – as I didn’t buy a show guide.

Law Junction was, I believe, from a Scottish club, and showed a stretch of 4 track electrified…

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