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High Wycombe and District Model Railway Society WYCRAIL 2017 exhibition on Sat 4th Nov 2017

| October 5, 2017

The layout Fountain Colliery Brew Street by Chris Nevard.

The High Wycombe and District Model Railway Society will be holding their annual WYCRAIL Exhibition on Saturday 4th November 2017.

Now in its 45th year the WYCRAIL ’17 exhibition is firmly established as being one of the largest and best supported one day model railway exhibitions in the South East of England.

The WYCRAIL exhibition will take place at The Cressex Community School, Holmers Lane, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP12 4UD on Saturday 4th November 2017 from 10.00am and 5.00pm.

WYCRAIL ’17 will feature an impressive line-up of 26 high quality and inspirational model railway layouts of British, North American and Continental outline and in a wide range of scales and gauges including Z, N, 3mm, 00, H0, EM, 0 and narrow gauges.

Layout highlights include: Sankei Kansen (Z), Wickwar (N), Maxwell (N), Fountain Colliery and Brew Street (00), Croydon North Street (00), Cheffley (00), Edge Hill (EM), Trewithick (EM), Stodden Seagone (0), Lemmington Park (H0) and 29th Street Wharf (H0).

Full trade support will be present at the exhibition ranging from tools, kits, electronic components to R-T-R models and books.

Also available for sale at the show will be the Society’s latest limited edition 00 gauge Dapol 7 plank Private Owner wagon representing local High Wycombe coal distributor S.H. Evans of Terriers.

The venue is located conveniently close to Junction 4 of the M40 and the free vintage bus service will once again operate between Wycombe Railway Station (Chiltern Line with direct connections to/from London Marylebone, Birmingham, Oxford and Aylesbury) and Wycombe Town Centre to the Cressex Community School and also this year via the new Park and Ride large free car park at the Handy Cross Hub.

Further information and details can be found on the High Wycombe and District Model Railway Societies website at www.hwdmrs.org.uk.

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