'St Merryn' at Railex, 25/26 May 2013

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'St Merryn' at Railex, 25/26 May 2013

Postby Steve Carter » Sun May 19, 2013 6:58 pm

We have been busy enhancing and adding detail to St Merryn in readiness for Railex next weekend.

We will also be debuting a new addition to the layout presentation that we hope will improve the visitor experience whilst they are viewing 'St Merryn'.

We look forward to seeing many of you at what looks to be a great exhibition.

Steve

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Re: 'St Merryn' at Railex, 25/26 May 2013

Postby Terry Bendall » Mon May 20, 2013 6:17 am

Waterloo wrote:We will also be debuting a new addition to the layout presentation that we hope will improve the visitor experience whilst they are viewing 'St Merryn'.


Sounds interesting Steve. I shall look forward to seeing what has been done. In addition to St Merryn, Polsithney will also be present together with the Society stand. If you are coming to the show stop by and have a chat. RailEx is always a good show and is well worth visiting and for those who have never been, it would be a good orientation exercise for Scaleforum on September 28th/29th.

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Re: 'St Merryn' at Railex, 25/26 May 2013

Postby David Bigcheeseplant » Mon May 20, 2013 7:02 am

Looking forward to seeing St Merryn.

If you have not been to Railex before then we do have many of the specilist traders you find at Scaleforum.

Just a reminder having spoken to people at Expo EM this week who asked about the parking and thought there was less than last year. It is exacatly the same. We have the stadium car park, plus we have hired the Stoke Mandeville staff car park which you will be directed to when the stadium car park is full, both these offer free parking for Railex visitors there is also the Hospital car par but this has charges.

There is also on street parking off Elm Farm road off the Wendover Road, which is a short walk under the railway direct to the stadium.

What we do recommend if comming by car is to park in town in the Friars Croft car park by Morrison £3 all day Saturday £1 all day Sunday and catch our Green vintage bus from the Railway station car park which hopefully this year will come to the front of the stadium, or park in the railway station car park £4 all day Sat & Sun, which as stated above is where our bus departs. we have some Railex tickets which we will sell on the bus for the first few runs on the Saturday and will avoid the queue to buy tickets when you get to the stadium itself.

David


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