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North Down Model Railway Society Annual Exhibition and Fair.

Bangor Leisure Centre, Castle Park Avenue, Bangor. BT20 4BN


Saturday 21st April 2012 (10.00 to 17.00)


Sunday 22nd April 2012 (13.00 to 17.00).


This is likely to be the last show at the current Bangor Leisure Centre as the new Leisure Centre in Castle Park is planned to open in October 2012 and we plan to move to this venue.


Confirmed attendees for this year's show are as follows:-


Railway Layouts.


"N" Gauge.


Carlow Station Paul Deere


Galloway Ulster MRC


Garsdale Head Mike Le Maire


Grunwald William Thompson


Middlehurst John Byrne


Santa Clara Valley 1st Bangor MRC


Under the Swan Rock David Wynne


"00" Gauge.


East Corridale Cement Richard Chapman


Loughrea MRSI


Trebor's Park Robert McDougall


"LGB" Gauge.


The Brunig Railway Bill Evans


Various Scales NMRA. (British Region)




Richard Chapman


Raymond Wilson




Aircraft Belfast Model Flying Club


Aircraft IPMS (UK) NI Branch


Bachmann Europe PLC Display of latest models


Boats Pickie Model Boat Group


Locomotives 7mm Phil Aspinwall


Model Engineering MESNI


Orr's Travel Railway Holidays


Tank Dioramas Stephen Armstrong


Preservation/ Museum Groups.


Belfast & Co. Down Miniature Railway Society.


Belfast & Co. Down Railway Museum Trust.


Irish Steam Preservation Society.




All Components


DE Videos & DC Kits


Chris Dyer


Roy Henderson


Icarus Models


Kingdom Trucks


Andrew Knell


Marks Models


Model Shop Belfast


Modellers Corner


Modellers Nook/ The Dungeon


Michael Morris


This completes the list of attendees confirmed at 10/1/12. More are expected.

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Just back from the Bangor Show.

Well attended with lots of Suppliers and Traders. It was good to meet members from this side including some "Moderators"

The star of the show was on The Model Shop, Belfast stand with a 071 in a glass case.




Sorry about the poor quality of the photographs.


The best layout for me was Loughrea by MRSI



This was the first time I had seen it and was very impressed.

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Get any more photos?


My sentiments exactly Stephen. That pre production model looks far more advanced when compared to the other models that were on show in Wexford. The bonnet side grille looks tasty, and so do the tablet catchers.



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