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Event organiser David Holmes created a fine mix of layouts, sales and displays in two halls. 
 

 

TTRCA

PLUMPTON

2011

Garry Lefevre takes a break at his sales table which included a large selection of 'N' gauge.

TTRCA Secretary, Geraldine Steele, at the controls of her Minitrix layout.

The event was open to the public, which gave some youngsters an opportunity to see Trix in action.
 

Keith Hayman had decided this would be the last event at which he managed a sales table,
so all locos and rolling stock were offered at a 40% discount.  

Clive Parker busy with his layout, which featured many customised locos.

Here's Clive's latest creation: a DC Scotsman. The chassis is from a German Trix BR01,
and the body and tender are TTR Scotsman diecast.

Another view of the DC Scotsman, the project is not quite completed.

Clive has modified the crossover on his layout to have a metal centre contact, connected
to the centre rail. This helps ensure that locos don't stall while crossing.  

   TTRCA Treasurer Brian Arnold (centre) enjoying a moment at Keith Hayman's table.

David O'Brien, Martin Drayson and Christopher Lister examining some unusual points from Switzerland.

An odd set of points found by Christopher Lister that have a home-made modification to run non-Trix rolling stock. 

Chris March and Jeremy O'Keefe busy repairing a Trix Express Pacific.

Not often seen in the UK, Trix Express double slip points on Chris March's layout.
 

A view from the stage into the main hall.

 


Photos from the TTRCA event at Plumpton Green, Sussex, UK, 2011.
 

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