Cambridge Exhibition Saturday 11th September 2021 *Virtual*

Although our physical 2021 Exhibition is cancelled , some club members have been working very hard behind the scenes to put together a second Virtual Exhibition on the club's YouTube Channel. We hope that in 2022 we will finally be able to cross back from virtual to physical!

Link to 31a MRC YouTube Channel

Featuring the Following:

Trailer -Available Now:

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Going Going Gone, OO Gauge, Freelance Fixed Layout
West End, OO Gauge, Freelance Fixed Layout
New Street TMD, OO Gauge, Modern Image Diorama
Clone Line, OO Gauge, Modern Image Exhibition Layout
Matthew and Son Engineers an OO9 Gauge Freelance narrow-gauge Industrial Exhibition Layout

Released at 10am on Saturday 11th September 2021:

Video 1
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Sawmill Junction, by Tim Phillips
From a lockdown Hornby DCC starter set to the finely detailed OO Gauge shelf layout
Video 2
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New Street TMD by Ian Beresford
An OO Gauge Modern Image Diorama
Video 3
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West End by Phil Thomas
An OO Gauge Freelance Fixed Layout using "itrain" software to control the movements via an "ECOS" DCC controller
Video 4
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Motley Gas Works Junction by Michael Read
An OO Gauge Freelance Fixed Layout
Video 5
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Clone Line by Neil and Marc Chapman
An OO Gauge Modern Image Exhibition Layout representing a fictitious section of the former Great Central Railway's London Extension route to Marylebone, in modern times.
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Refurbishing a Layout 2 by David Bracey
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Wood Brook by Paul Titmuss
An Irish layout depicting a fictional location modelled in 00n3 Gauge, (4mm scale using 12mm gauge track representing a 3' gauge line). The locos are 3D prints from Model Engine Works, all of which run on Halling motor bogies. The wagons are a mixture of plastic kits (Dundas Models) and white metal or white metal and resin kits (Branchlines). Only the coaches are built from etched brass.

We remain committed to running a Model Railway Exhibition in the Cambridge area. We intend to hold an exhibition in September 2022, in Comberton Village College. We will now start actively planning for this.