Model train enthuasists from across the region will be flocking to a unique show in Highbridge on Saturday (October 31st).
The Bristol and Somerset Group of the Hornby Railway Collectors’ Association will hold their seventh Vintage Hornby Train Show from 10am-4pm in the B Block at King Alfred School.
“There will be a variety of Hornby model railway layouts on 0 and 00 scales, including ‘Templeford’, a large clockwork and electric vintage gauge 0 layout originally built by the late Laurie Tandy and now re-constructed by his children,” said one of the organisers, Graham Roberts.
There will be many trade stands selling new and second-hand items. Refreshments will also be available and there will be ample free car parking including spaces reserved for disabled drivers near the entrance to the building.
Admisssion for adults will be £3 per person, while accompanied children are admitted free.
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