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Statement from Ixion Model Railways Ltd
This November, the Pendle Forest Model Railway Society (PFMRS) will be holding their annual Model Railway Exhibition.
Park High School in Colne is the venue for the exhibition, which will take place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November 2021.
The exhibition will run from 10am until 5pm on Saturday and 10am until 4pm on the Sunday.
Entrance to the exhibition will cost just £5 for adults, £4 for concessions and £3 for Children. There is a family ticket for 2 adults and 2 children which will cost £14. Tickets will be available on the day, so no pre-booking is required.
Following the signs from the M65 motorway will take you to Park High School where a number of a model railway layouts will be running, including 34th and Vine HO gauge, Kitson Castle & Peckett Pier Light Railway O gauge, Hogwarts & Hogsmeade N gauge, Village in the Snow N gauge, Scrooge Street OO gauge, Rock’N’Rail OO gauge, Bucks Lane OO finescale and one of Paul Kirkups small but exquisite layouts.
A number of traders selling different railway products are also set to head to the exhibition, including The Model Train Centre, Nelson, Leigh Models and Hobbies, Aire Valley Models, Keighley and The Locoshed.
We are also pleased to confirm that RailAdvent is also attending the exhibition with a range of products from our store on sale – so definitely pop down and say hello!
As well as the layouts, snacks, meals and refreshments will also be available. A Drive A Train will also be operating.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the Pendle Forest Model Railway Society hasn’t got any funding, and since the 2020 event couldn’t go ahead, their funds are depleting and the society needs vital funds.
Are you thinking of attending this year’s exhibition? Let us know in the comments below!
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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