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For those that feel disappointed at missing the Lincoln and District’s show this weekend put the 9th and 10th of May in your diaries for 2020 and come down to our model railway exhibition, same high standards in a slightly smaller venue.

Will also be another chance to see Illie Town.

This was our show this year (2019), there was quite a buzz. ūüôā

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Updated 10th October, The hobbies centre is open, we are open again but under the strict Covid rules! Updated "what we're doing page".



let me know if you have a problem navigating the web site, so i can change it. if you email the club email address and do not recieve an answer, please email and i will endevour to get you an answer. 

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 Winner of the best "Modern Image" lay out at the Hull model railway show, 11th & 12th November 2019.

Richard and his son Oliver with Roberts Road, Olly with the trophy. The lay out is also featured in our members lay outs.



We had 3 of our members traveling up to the Falkirk model railway show weekend 16th & 17th November 2019, to show Geoff's Dragonby lay out, assisted by Martin and Zeb. They only went and won "Best in Show"
If you want a preview of it, just look on the web site under members lay outs.

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Important Update Ref 10th Scunthorpe Modern Image Show May 9th/10th 2020

Scunthorpe Modern Image Group have had long discussions over the last 24 hours, the result of which is that the show in May is now cancelled. We felt that given the current uncertainty and likelihood of matters getting much worse before they start to improve, we could not take the risks, both health wise and financially for the club. We are all extremely disappointed, as we believe we had assembled a great show, but the concerns outweighed the benefits. We hope to schedule a show once all of this has passed and very much hope you will consider visiting us then.

We would like to thank the exhibitors, traders and sponsors for their understanding and support with this difficult decision.

Thankyou and kind regards

Richard Boothby