Alexandra Palace London 28-29 March

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Alexandra Palace London 28-29 March

Postby Eurostar on Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:57 am

London Festival of Railway Modelling. Just to remind everyone of this magnificent exhibition coming up in 2 weeks. This exhibition is huge, so much to see. I think UK Trainsim will be there. Plenty of food and refreshments. Hope to see some of you there.
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Re: Alexandra Palace London 28-29 March

Postby RobertM on Fri Mar 13, 2015 4:27 pm

Afraid not. All official UKTSLive shows are off now for the foreseeable future :(
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Re: Alexandra Palace London 28-29 March

Postby scampispeedway on Fri Mar 13, 2015 7:26 pm

Hi Eurostar, can I just say that I've stopped going to any show that now costs more than £5.00 for admission.
I am willing to travel to Keighley which is about 100miles from Newcastle where I live because it is a good value
for money event and Robert and Mike are there to have a chat with.
I used to go to Preston, Glasgow, Wigan shows and now UKTS are not at the NEC at Birmingham that now is added
to my list of shows I no longer wish to see.

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Re: Alexandra Palace London 28-29 March

Postby Easilyconfused on Fri Mar 13, 2015 8:25 pm

Robert is correct. There are no plans for the full UKTSlive stand to attend any further exhibitions.

The D.I.Y. shows that Robert & Mike do are continuing for the events they choose to attend. Having helped at one of those I know they are a lot of fun and UKTS is grateful they continue to run the shows they want to.
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