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CHRIS DYER TOYS & TRAINS

Incorporating Chris Dyer Fairs

Established in 1979

 

Tel/Fax: 01643 702757 6, Ponsford Road,

Mobile: 07966 694579 Minehead,

Somerset,

e-mail:dyer@minehead46.freeserve.co.uk TA24 5DX.

Website: http://www.chrisdyerfairs.co.uk'>http://www.chrisdyerfairs.co.uk

 

Dublin contact: Dave Bracken 086 8798330

 

November 2012

 

PRESS RELEASE............

SOUTH DUBLIN TOY & TRAIN SALE

The Stillorgan Park Hotel, Stillorgan. Dublin. (Main N11 route).

Saturday 8th. December 2012 - 10.30am to 3pm.

 

The very first “feast” for toy & train collectors is taking place on Saturday 8th. December at the top Stillorgan Park Hotel, alongside the Nll route to Wexford, in South Dublin, between 10.30am and 3pm and the show is already fully booked. Traders from all over Ireland plus some from the North and others from the UK are attending this major event and no less than 80 tables will be in operation, offering a massive range of goods, old and new, with a great many bargains on offer.

 

Such names as Dinky, Corgi, Matchbox, EFE, Hornby, Bachmann, Tri-ang, Wrenn, Lima and many, many more will feature and also doll collectors will be catered for as well as model-related books being on offer. Some of the model railway retailers will also be offering the ever-growing ranges of Irish-based models and these days, unlike some years ago, there is a great deal available for the modeller and collector of the Irish model railway and transport scene.

 

This all-new event is planned to be the first of regular shows at this great venue (350 free parking spaces at the rear of the hotel and catering available throughout) and the plans were given fresh impetus recently when the co-organizers of the former Dublin Toyfair at the Clontarf Castle Hotel, announced their retirement and the ending of all of their future events, with immediate effect. As a result, this new venture will now take place three times each year, in order to bridge the gap which has resulted and the next show is scheduled for Sunday 17th. February.

 

Organizer Chris Dyer said this week, “We have high hopes for this completely new Dublin show and it is taking place in a very good area of the city. We have attracted stall-holders who have not been seen at such events for some time and we hope to create a really happy and good atmosphere with the main emphasis on value-for-money”.

 

Website: http://www.chrisdyerfairs.co.uk

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Next show 17th Feb

Trying a Sunday this time

Speaking to both traders and the general public at the last show they seemed to prefer a Sunday gig rather than a Saturday one

I will post a trader list in the next couple of days when we have our final tally

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List of traders

I am not sure what everyone sells so if you know someone on the list in AOB can you tell me what they sell please

 

Railway 00 HO N & O

Chris Dyer

Sean Ryan

Bob Gregson

Jim Downham

Walter Oberle

Des McGlynn ( & Books)

Dougal McFarlane

Terry McNally

Jim Casey

Ed Fahey

Martin Grey

Bill Quick

Jack Dziworski

Mike Walker

Dave Lindfield

Richard OHalloran

 

Die Cast

Des Cooney

Mick Lennon

Nigel Crofts Greene

Diarmud Byrne ( & Books)

Michael Dryhurst

Steve Duwell

Declan OReilly

 

AOB

Martin Reynolds

Brian Kelly

Martin Hennessy

Una OGrady (Dolls)

Gerry Smith

Sean Doyle

Sandra McDowell

Eric Downey

Liam Byrne

John Edge

Gerry Cuddihy

Noel Keenan

Gerard Murray

Anne OLeary

Owen Kelly

Tony Gallagher

Joe McCluskey

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Stillorgan Park Hotel now know as The Talbot Hotel

Shows for 2017

Sundays only 10.30am - 3pm

February 12th

June 11th

September 10th

November 12th

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Irish Railway Models will be there with ballast wagon packs for sale and a sample of the cement bubble. Stop by and say hi!

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