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Old 28th June 2016, 23:42
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Wisbech Model Railway Club

'The Club' will be holding Open Days again during this years Rose Fair, between and at our New venue, the Wisbech Institute, (but downstairs in the Ballroom), Hill Street, Wisbech, PE13 1BA, again with FREE entry, and donations being taken for both 'The Club' and the Institute. We will be able to offer wheelchair access here. So far we are hoping to have at least 4 working layouts, plus a trade stand. Date is yet to be confirmed. As soon as I get it, I will place it in here.


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Old 8th September 2018, 00:49
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'The Club' as Members call it, exhibited Hungate Bridge for what is expected to be the last time, as we are now in the process of building a new and N gauge using modern mage, and to be called 'Castle Hill' due to the scenery planned. The track has already been almost completed and wiring taken place, so if anybody in the area prefers N to OO, please get in touch?

We will be keeping Hungate Bridge and for those who wish to operate trains while Castle Hill is being built.

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