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SHOW REPORT: World of Railways Virtual Show 3

BRM & WoR , together with the help of others including (but not limited to); Lawrence  (of the  MRC ), Carol Flavin , Kier Hardy , and Tony Wright (who picked up Gold for BRMA Modeller of the Year - congratulations, Tony; it is well earnt!), put on a cracking show. It's been over a year since we all last visited a real exhibition, but these shows have helped fill part of that void. The work that goes into these is not dissimilar in quantity to real shows, but obviously is different in terms of the type involved. Virtual shows in this format give us a chance not only to experience typical exhibition layouts and traders, but they also allow us insights into layouts that would never normally make it to exhibition; like garden railways, and huge permanent home layouts. What makes virtual shows pretty unique is the ability to see interviews and really get behind the scenes; not only of manufacturers both big and small, but also to find out more about what makes Britain's top mo

Coastguard Creek - The Inspirational New Forest

Coastguard Creek - Proper 3D Model

LET'S TALK: Resolutions & Accomplishments

COMMISSION: Modelling the unseeable!

VIRTUAL: Virtually "playing trains"

STUDIO: It's a sign! (Part 1)