|Fleming Park Leisure Center,|
Eastleigh, Hampshire (UK)
|February 28th/29th, 2004|
|Special Report - Second Part|
|Text & pictures copyright © 2004 by Ian How|
Click on pictures to enlarge. Text in italic is extracted from the Exhibition Guide 2004.
|[OO] - Canalside|
|"Canalside" by Andrew Jones. " Canalside is a continuous run layout with a simple track plan that was designed to emphasise the scenic aspects and present a realistic setting. The main scenic feature is a canal, on three levels, linked by two sets of lock gates. The canal follows the railway along much of its length and has a dock area underneath the railway viaduct. "|
|Left:"The Weatherman" Tom Rayer from Bournemouth. " Tom demonstrates subtle weathering techniques in N & HO scales. "|
|Right: Saturday evening meal for the exhibitors.|
|Special Hungarian Section|
N gauge railcar made by Iván István from Baross Gábor of Veszprém, Hungary|
TT (1:120) railcar made by Tamás Letenyei Baross Gábor of Veszprém, Hungary.|
Left: Hungarian coach made by András Domonkos, MÁVOE 3 Club Szeged, Hungary and given as a gift to SMRG’85.
Right: Tram scratchbuilt by András Domonkos, MÁVOE 3 Club Szeged, Hungary.|
Tapestry gift to SMRG by Iván István from the club Baross Gábor of Veszprém, Hungary.|
Calender gift to SMRG with photographs by Tamás Letenyei, Baross Gábor of Veszprém, Hungary.
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