An Evening With...
Forthcoming "An Evening With..." Events
Jamie Guest

Jamie Guest will talk about his layout based on Lancaster Green Ayre. He will describe, briefly, how he got into O Gauge, the inspiration behind the layout, the research and planning that went into its construction,  how it was exhibited and the logistics involved in moving it to France. He will also describe what is happening now and how things have progressed in its new home. Also a look at some of the work undertaken during lockdown.

The event is live via Zoom on 26th April 2021 at 20:00 GMT.

You must register for this event as places are limited. The event is FREE to members or £2:00 for non-members.

You will get an e-ticket on registration and a Zoom link one week prior to the event.

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Previous "An Evening With..." Events
Robin Taylor

On 26th March 2021 at 20:00 and following on from his coach presentation at our first Virtual Show last year, Robin Taylor presented methods and techniques for coach construction; from light railway four wheelers in styrene sheet for the beginner, through to bogie stock either kit built, scratch built or any combination of both.

The recording of the event is available to members.

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Andy Duncan

On 26th February 2021 at 20:00 Andy Duncan held an evening in his white metal casting shed as he demonstrated the process to turn an idea for a model into a kit.

Starting in the workshop a brass master is created to make a mould. The mould and casting takes place in the casting shed before returning to the workshop to prepare and package the kit.

Before the evening, guests were asked to watch a video of the process which can be found on YouTube.

Dougie Hey

On 26th January 2021 at 20:00 Dougie Hey in New Zealand gave an introduction to his layout of Whitby Station and Yard in 7mm scale.

Dougie also talked through his wide range of stock, showed attendees some of his models and answered any questions. Before the evening, guests were asked to watch a video of his layout Whitby Station and Yard which can be found on YouTube.