Making tracks for model railway exhibition in Keighley

Making tracks for model railway exhibition in Keighley

Making tracks for model railway exhibition in Keighley

First published in News

Model railway enthusiasts will be making tracks for Keighley this weekend.

Keighley Model Railway Club is staging its 39th exhibition at Victoria Hall. Fourteen layouts will be on show, with exhibitors coming from as far afield as Hull and Heysham.

Amongst the exhibits will be a new Hornby Magazine beginners’ layout being built by junior members of the Keighley club, and sponsored by Yorkshire Bank.

Others will include Appledore, Mozzerdale, Binns Road Hornby, Cleggworth, Museum of Transport, Cowgill and Priory Road.

There will be trade stalls, demonstrations and catering. Free parking and disabled access is provided.

The exhibition is open from 10am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday.

Admission is £4 for adults and £3 for children – aged five to 18 – and OAPs. A family ticket costs £12. Under-fives are admitted free.

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