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Offline DV  
#1 Posted : 11 June 2013 06:46:53(UTC)
DV

Australia   
Joined: 29/11/2009(UTC)
Posts: 892
Location: Mount Barker, South Australia
The 2013 AMRE show had just been and here is a few photos/videos of the weekend.

Must admit that there were less entrants then last year.Sad ThumbDown

First is TT gauge layout depicting Australian running

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It was a'double sided' layout.

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A one man layout

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N gauge layout from the local group.

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N Gauge coffee table layout (hard to take pictures due to ceiling light reflections).

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Z Gauge layout from one of the MMRCSA members.

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The ready to run group HO layout (it's the same as last year's)

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An English OO scale modular layout (They came third in the public voting)

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The HO layout from the Noarlunga Club (same as last year)

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Garden Railway Group - Thomas running to fast for camera

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Classic Train Collectors - The big gauge



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HO layout Australian running

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HO Model of a true location (close to where I live) running the old SAR (South Australian Railways)

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Another Adelaide location, but now in N gauge

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And now a swag of photos of the Best layout (Public and judged) for 2013 Portlandia in N gauge from the SANGS boys

the zoo
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the brewery
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the city
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The Rock Concert - Queen
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The Naval Yards & military base
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The imported car yard
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The car show rooms
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Australian outline HO layout
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HO Layout all the way from Sydney
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That's a a Chrysler ChargeDrool Drool parked in the driveway

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And the layout names just keep getting betterBlink BigGrin

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The three smallest gauges T, Z and N

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The ever faithfull Hogwarts

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OO Gauge English - 'Lambourn'

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An interesting transfer table
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Last but not least the MMRCSA (my club) layout.

Just a small video first showing the new third track




Photo of the carnival


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And the most important photo of all:-

We came second in the public voting. First time the club has won anything since the exhibition started back in '82

WoohooooThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp

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See Aussie Pete's Posting and watch the video of one of the main reasons I think we came second.........oh yeah, I also think the ICE 3 running all weekend might have had something to do with it as wellWink Wink
Dusan V
'I find your lack of faith (in Märklin) disturbing'
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Offline DV  
#2 Posted : 11 June 2013 07:02:01(UTC)
DV

Australia   
Joined: 29/11/2009(UTC)
Posts: 892
Location: Mount Barker, South Australia
And now some videos of the Märklin layout.














And just in case you missed Aussiepete's posting


Dusan V
'I find your lack of faith (in Märklin) disturbing'
Offline SNAFU  
#3 Posted : 11 June 2013 08:58:37(UTC)
SNAFU

Australia   
Joined: 08/01/2008(UTC)
Posts: 274
Location: Naracoorte, South Austrlia
Thanks for posting all that Dusan.

Boy what a weekend we had. I must admit we had to do some shameless hints to the public to vote for us.BigGrin
But on the Sunday we decided to give the Ice3 a break and run the Pig, that was a hit for all. So in my view the pig also deserves around of applause for entertaining the public.
We had shorts, crashes, a slave CS2 that didn't want to play, switch problems for the power to the fiddle yard, but we also entertained the public and that was the best part.
Well done to my fellow club members, Dusan you deserve the biggest pat on the back but we all deserve one too!ThumpUp ThumpUp

Enjoyed the beer last night when I got home.Smile
Tony
Curiosity hasn't killed this cat yet.
Offline ac jacko  
#4 Posted : 11 June 2013 10:09:37(UTC)
ac jacko


Joined: 09/04/2010(UTC)
Posts: 897
Location: Gawler South Australia
Yep agree Tony, the third line for constant running of the ICE/Pig was a big winner and also Ralphs carnival Module was a big hit with the crowd too.

The beers were good at the club as well when unloaded. A great effort al round but kudo's to Dusan as a lot of sleepless nights working on those additions too ;)
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