Time to get to the platform for Royston rail exhibition

PUBLISHED: 08:02 25 June 2016

The exhibit will be held today from 10am.

The exhibit will be held today from 10am.


Royston and District Railway Club will be steaming ahead at Royston Museum today, showcasing a model railway in action.

The day has been designed for both serious model railway enthusiasts and for kids that love trains.

For the younger visitors obsessed with Thomas the Tank Engine, there will be a themed craft activity to enjoy.

Members of the club will be there on the day to demonstrate the train layouts and answer any questions visitors may have.

They will also be promoting membership and their annual exhibition at Bassingbourn Village College in November.

The event will be held between 10am and 4pm. Admission is free and advanced booking not required.

For more information on this and other events held at Royston Museum, email curator@roystonmuseum.org.uk or call 01763242587.

Visit the Royston & District Railway Club website for more details at www.roystondmrc.co.uk.


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