Cab-It and I arrived about 2.30pm on the Friday afternoon for a quiet setup and left again around 4pm. Arriving at 8am on the Saturday morning.
It was fresh but not cold but the weather turned wickedly for the worst during the afternoon with heavy rain and sleet showers. BRRRR!
We were located on the far wall, just below the rose window with open space either side thus requiring some barriers.
The exhibition was located in the great hall and the west hall with layouts, societies and trade stands liberally spread around.
Specialist stands are mainly located in the west hall, but not all. An excellent selection of layouts in different scales and gauges.
Over the course of the weekend we were joined by Patty (Queen125), Terry (king125), Laurie (LAD491), Danny (atomicdanny), Daniel (DDPOTTER),
John (easilyconfused) and Justin (justinn2). Thanks for your help as always.
As with other British Railway Modelling shows the DCC Workshop is left at home as they provide their own DCC theatre. However,
that doesn't stop the visitors asking us about DCC, the benefits, the pitfalls etc, or in one case how to convert a Bachmann split chassis
V2 loco to DCC.
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Our thanks to the BRM Exhibition Team, Maxine, Gretta, Sam and Ian for the invitation, the refreshments and the location.
Our thanks to all those that gave of their time to help us demonstrating, to those who dropped by for a chat
and to the members of the public who visited the exhibition over the weekend. We hope to see you all here again next year.