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The first public appearance of Fisherton Sarum was at the 2006 Wycrail exhibition organised by the High Wycombe and District Model Railway Society. of which I have been a member for, gulp, over 30 years! This November, Saturday 1st, will see Fisherton Sarum once again return to the Wycrail exhibition, albeit in its bright new and spacious venue at the Cressex Community School.

Bullied power at Fisherton Sarum. 21C6 (left) was a Salisbury engine her entire life

Bullied power at Fisherton Sarum.

At this years Wycrail show Fisherton Sarum will be be in good company along with 26 other quality layouts in a wide variety of scales and gauges, including: Diesels in the Duchy (EM), Tucking Mill (2mm fs), Fourgig East (0)  and Propect Valley (H0).  As usual there will be also be a wide range of trade support.

The full details of the show can be found on the Wycrial website here, the key details however are that it is being held on Saturday 1st November, so add it to your diary now, at Cressex Community School, Cressex Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4UD. It is open to the public between 10.00 and 17.00. The show is well worth a visit and is generally accepted as being one of the best one day shows in the south of England.

 

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