DEFine Modellers Day 2018

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DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby PeteScR » Sun Jan 29, 2017 10:49 pm

Please follow the short link to our blog for up to date information of our next event

http://wp.me/p1apnu-fR


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PeteScR
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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby PeteScR » Sun Nov 05, 2017 8:00 pm

Plans are now almost complete for our second DEFine Modellers day event to be held in January 2018
Please follow this link to our blog for full details.

https://definemodellers.wordpress.com/

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Terry Bendall
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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby Terry Bendall » Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:13 am

I attended the event last year and for those interested in the D&E scene it is well worth while. A pleasant, informal setting with an opportunity to talk, learn and share ideas.

Terry Bendall

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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby Enigma » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:00 am

Terry Bendall wrote:I attended the event last year and for those interested in the D&E scene it is well worth while. A pleasant, informal setting with an opportunity to talk, learn and share ideas.

Terry Bendall


Agreed Terry. That's why I offered 'Enigma' as a visiting layout, using the industrial diesels as motive power. I also met a few staunch 'kettle' modellers there - who I will not name for fear of embarassing them ;)

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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby Terry Bendall » Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:34 am

Enigma wrote: I also met a few staunch 'kettle' modellers there - who I will not name for fear of embarassing them


I am sure Paul no steam era modellers would be embarrassed at being seen at a D&E focussed event. :D (and I appreciate the spirit in which your comment was made :D ) Good modelling is good modelling regardless of scale, gauge or period modelled. The current issue of MRJ shows this well. Gordon Gravett's magical Arun Quay in a space 7 ft 6 ins x 1ft 9 ins, then some wonderful models of GWR clerestory coaches in 7mm and then some very subtle refining of a Heljan Class 47 by James \Wells with some very constrained but authentic weathering. The description of how the inset track on Canada Street was achieved was very helpful and interesting and is not specific to scale, gauge or period and the same applies to the article by Andrew Gibson on his model of a very simple bridge at a scale of 1:150.

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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby PeteScR » Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:57 pm

Some more additions to line line up listed here: https://definemodellers.wordpress.com/

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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby PeteScR » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:14 pm

BUMP

Less than 2 weeks to go now. Final lineup details at:
https://definemodellers.wordpress.com/2 ... l-line-up/

Pete

Alan Turner
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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby Alan Turner » Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:24 pm

It would help if they got the Post Code correct in the directions.

Alan

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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby PeteScR » Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:25 am

Alan, if you have any advice on the post code a PM would do rather than dig us up on an open forum. This is the post code we used last year and everybody found us. There are two postcodes given in directories for the building 3SS and 3SY. We were advised it was the latter. I have since made further enquiries and they have advised us to use the first one as it is closer. There will also be signage so it wont be an issue.

Pete

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Re: DEFine Modellers Day 2018

Postby Roomey » Mon Jan 08, 2018 5:33 pm

My satnav takes me there with that postcode


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