I was there on the Saturday manning the 3mm Society stand.
My usual companions couldn’t make this year’s trip to Alexandra Palace for the London Festival of Railway Modelling, so I was undecided whether to go. But Derek said that if two of us were going, it was worth him driving, so I agreed to go. I could doze in a car rather than battle London’s railway system.
It was an easy drive up there, despite the sat-nav (me) going to sleep and missing a turning, so we circumnavigated Alexandra Park before getting to the show. Car parking was very well organised, but no-one told us the you needed a team of Sherpa’s to get from the Paddock car park to the Palace. At least two aging gentlemen got their cardiovascular exercise for at least the coming week!
A good range of layouts was on display, from ‘Z’ to Gauge 3. Not a lot that stood out, though. Copenhagen Fields is…
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