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Stephenson MRG, Rainhill
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Stephenson Model Railway Group based in Rainhill, Merseyside since 2013
Stephenson Model Railway Group based in Rainhill, Merseyside since 2013

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Our 4th Annual Model Railway exhibition features 10 layouts in various scales, modelling demonstrations trade support and club second hand sales. Quality refreshments are provided by the Guide House Management Team at very reasonable prices. The venue is fully accessible and there is lots of on street parking.
Admission is £2.50 for adults, £1.50 for children and under 5's free.

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Has anyone seen the Imperial Stormtrooper? He was seen around the exhibition hall and was the STAR of the show with many people both young and old having their photographs taken with him.
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Show you how modelling demonstrations. We are grateful to Mike Rush (Scenic modelling), Wyn Platt ( Brass rolling stock construction) and Peter Leyland ( architectural modelling) who demonstrated techniques in each of their specialist areas.
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Each year we award a "Best in Show" achievement plaque to a layout which has been judged by all of the layout exhibitors at the show. I am delighted to announce that the winner for 2016 was Lydstone by Peter Roberts and Margaret Rotheram.
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Lydstone
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Lydstone
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Lydstone N Gauge Peter Roberts & Margaret Rotheram

Lydstone is a beautiful example of scenic modelling in N gauge. It has a terminal station and canal basin and is based on a small country town in the Cotswolds.
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Hingehoffen Too
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Hingehoffen Too G Scale-45mm/foot Stephenson MRG

Playmobil manufacture large scale (G Scale) remote controlled model railways predominantly for childrens’ use. The track, locomotives and rolling stock are all made from plastic and can be left out in the outdoors without fear of damage occurring. We can see different examples of locomotives and rolling stock mainly of Swiss and German origins. We have a layout today based loosely on continental practise for operation by children of all ages. Stock is very durable and takes knocks and crashes without damage so why not have a go?
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Thomas and Friends
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