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This next post completes the length of the Tramways de l'Aude from Carcassonne to Lezignan.
The post which follows will begin to look at the tramways to the South and East of Lezignan-Corbieres.
It's that time of year again - the 2018 Portsmouth Model Railway Exhibition will be held on Saturday 17th November.
The Exhibition is at the usual location ... Admiral Lord Nelson School, Dundas Lane, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO3 5XT - opposite Ocean Park (Homebase, Curries PC World, McDonalds, Costa, M&S Foodhall etc.).
Full details of the layouts, traders and other stands can be found on our website at: https://www.shmrc.org.uk/exhibition/
This year we will be showcasing layouts and traders here on this forum in the run up to the 17th.
We look forward to you visiting the Exhbition, enjoying the layouts, and making our traders happy!
Here is the list of layouts and traders etc. currently confirmed:
End of the line
Hope Under Dinmore
Stoke by Nayland
Widley St George
C & L
Falcon Masterpiece Models
Frome Model Centre
London Road Models
Model Railway Developments
The Model Shop, Portsmouth
Tim Horn Baseboards
Well it will soon be warm enough to return to the shed and get on with the main layout.
This is where I am at with the winter distraction.
The shop is not yet completed and the white Japan Railways van is a bit to modern for my liking but is the only 1/80 vehicle I have been able to find the one I wanted grumble grumble is sold out.
The plan is to have a Tori arch left rear and a bit of a hill to the right of the shop to break up the roundy roundy effect.
The shop may have to move back a little more there is still a little further it can go if needs be.
It is still a make up as it goes along project.
It has been a few weeks since my last post on the Tramways de l'Aude This next section is the length from Caunes-Minervois in the Aude to Siran in Herault.
Topography in this area means that road gradients and curvature at the time of the building of the tramway were such that at times the tramway had to find its own route. There are two such significant lengths on the tramway in the first part of its journey with the Departement of Herault.