Fisherton Sarum at the London Festival of Railway Modelling this weekend

Fisherton Sarum will be exhibited this weekend, the 28th and 29th March, at the London Festival of Railway Modeling at Alexandra Palace, North London N22 7AY. This well established and popular large show is organised by Warners publications, the group behind the British Railway Modelling Magazine in association with The Model Railway Club. The Alexandra Palace is a great venue for the show has many local transport links and also free parking.

nevard_130213_FishertnSraum_DSC_4061_vanillaFisherton Sarum will be stand 101 located at the organ end of the main Great Hall.
There will at least 40 layouts at the show, manufacturers including Bachmann and Hornby along with the usual mix of traders and demonstrators. As with the shows organised Warners there will also be the BRM Village including examples of current projects, an interesting programme of lectures and a chance to meet the team behind the magazine.

I hope to see you there, please come and say hello. As usual I will be ably and gratefully assisted by fellow members of the High Wycombe and District MRS and also my Dad. If you unable to attend this weekend then perhaps you might be able to get along to see Fisherton Sarum at one of the other two shows I will be attending this year, see my exhibition diary page here for details.


5 thoughts on “Fisherton Sarum at the London Festival of Railway Modelling this weekend

  1. Hi Graham. I’ve had the date noted since you first advertised you’d be present there. Much looking forward to seeing Fisherton Sarum in the flesh and meeting you. Cheers, Jeremy Clarke

    Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2015 17:06:12 +0000 To:

  2. Hi Graham, well, I managed to get there and look at Fisherton Sarum in the flesh. much better live than in pictures. You were obviously very busy so I didn’t interrupt but I heard you speaking to a questioner about having a layout small enough to get into an estate car. Reminds me of my first portable one which fitted into the back seat of a Hillman Imp. (Beat that!) I’ve ‘grown up’ a bit since then and though I still enjoy seeing the ingenuity of modellers in this scale, and despite a longstanding association with Pendon, my first love is 7.25″ gauge live steam. Now that won’t go into the back of a Hillman Imp. Cheers, JC

    Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2015 17:06:12 +0000 To:

    1. Hi Jeremy,
      Many thanks for your kind comments I’m glad you liked the layout in the flesh.
      Next please do not worry about making yourself known it will always be good to say hello in person.
      Hope to meet you soon.

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