March Model Railway Club exhibition is success

PUBLISHED: 15:52 05 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:52 05 March 2018

March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club.

March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club.

AdGarry Samuels

More than a hundred people attended an annual railway club event in March - despite heavy snowfall.

March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club. March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club.

Revellers flocked to the March Model Railway Club Show on Saturday, where they could talk to members, traders and view demonstrations around 14 different layouts.

Mike Wyldebore, from the club, said: “It was a fantastic turnout. We had about three traders selling bits and bobs and luckily twenty of our members managed to make it despite the weather.

“I’d estimate that we had a couple of hundred people come and a reasonable percentage of children too.

“The profit from this show helps us keep going all year, so it was great to see it go so well.”

March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club. March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club.

The event took place at the Braza Club, in Elm Road, from 10am to 4.30am on March 3.

March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club. March Model Railway Club exhibition at the Braza Club.

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