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Author Topic: The Bristol Model Railway Exhibition 2022 (with sound track/copyright sorted)  (Read 235 times)

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Thanks for that - a good show. I know it's the wrong scale but Herculaneum Dock just has the WOW factor for me! :)

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Love the animated bicycle :)
Nick.   2021 celebrating the 25th anniversary of "Königshafen" exhibition layout!
https://www.ngaugeforum.co.uk/SMFN/index.php?topic=50050.0

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I liked the open-ended discharge pipe facing the viewers on the Blowers Green stand (at 17:47).

I wonder if they thought of taking the opportunity of squirting something unpleasant at anyone

 ignoring the Please do not touch sign.  :D :D :D




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I used to go to the Bristol show when I lived in Weston Super Mare back in the 80's. Recall meeting Andy Calvert and another society member from Nuneaton in the days when I was involved in the society stand
A lasting memory was the chap who wandered round with an Ian Alan ABC, marking off the numbers.
Cheers MIKE
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