LNWR STEAM SHED 1901 - THE FINAL LAST APPEARANCE

Please post brief details here of model railway layouts that portray the LNWR and which are exhibited at model railway exhibiitons. If possible post a link to the layout's web site or else a brief description.
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oldrog
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LNWR STEAM SHED 1901 - THE FINAL LAST APPEARANCE

Post by oldrog » Fri Jun 16, 2017 10:33 am

Hi Fellow LNWR Modellers
The following advert will appear soon in MRJ and Railway Modeller.

EXHIBITION QUALITY LAYOUT SEEKS NEW HOME
I have decided that the time has arrived for me to dispose of my layout – not because it
has reached its sell-by date but because I have.
Details can be found by visiting www.lnwrsteamshed.co.uk and it featured in Railway Modeller in September 2003. Since then it has appeared at 24 exhibitions and won a few awards.
It is OO (fine scale), measures 12ft x 8ft and travels in two estate cars.
It was erected in my living room in June this year and is in full working order.
Price is negotiable. Ideally I would like it to be acquired by someone who will take it back onto the exhibition circuit. It can be used to depict the LNWR or the LMS or early BR.
If you are interested please contact me either via the link given in the ’Message Board’ section of the above website or by phone on 0191 4171003
Roger Stapleton

The layout is currently up and running in my living room (and making life difficult) and will probably stay up till the end of the month. If any of you would like to travel to Washington T&W to view it please get in touch with me to arrange a date.
oldrog

pstanton
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Re: LNWR STEAM SHED 1901 - THE FINAL LAST APPEARANCE

Post by pstanton » Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:20 am

Hi Roger

How big is the layout when it's stored?

All the best

Peter S.

oldrog
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Re: LNWR STEAM SHED 1901 - THE FINAL LAST APPEARANCE

Post by oldrog » Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:55 pm

Hi Peter
That's a difficult question - how long is a piece of string. To give you some idea - when it travels it takes up the space of one estate car plus about half of another.
Roger

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