King’s Lynn Model Railway Club on track with inaugural exhibition

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club are holding their inaugural exhibition on June 24. Picture: Colin

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club are holding their inaugural exhibition on June 24. Picture: Colin Houseman - Credit: Colin Houseman

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club is going full steam ahead with an exhibition of its miniature work.

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club are holding their inaugural exhibition on June 24. Picture: Coli

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club are holding their inaugural exhibition on June 24. Picture: Colin Houseman - Credit: Colin Houseman

The inaugural exhibition will take place at the Gaywood Community Centre on Saturday, June 24.

It will feature 17 layouts representing all the popular scales including Thomas 2 which can be operated by younger visitors, as well as layouts set in the local area.

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club are holding their inaugural exhibition on June 24. Picture: Colin

The King's Lynn Model Railway Club are holding their inaugural exhibition on June 24. Picture: Colin Houseman - Credit: Colin Houseman

The event will start at 10am, with West Norfolk deputy mayor, Jim Moriarty, presenting the Best in the Show award at 3.30pm.

Simon Lemmon, chairman of the club, said: 'We are looking forward to staging an exhibition that appeals to a wide audience of model railway enthusiasts as well as the general public of all ages. We hope that this will be the first of many annual model railway shows.'

Entry is £5 for adults and £2 for children. For more information, visit the club's website.


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