Stoneleigh 2000
which was held on the 26th-28th August 2000, at the Royal Showground.

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Ernie Chandler's superb Traction Engine built from Brian Rowe's original design.

Picture shows John Bridger demonstrating his prize winning model 'Condor'

Another of John MacDonald's fine Army models, this one a 'Land Rover'

John Molden's 'Break Dance' fairground model.

Part of John Pentney's wonderful 30ft x 12ft Hornby layout.

Terry Pettit shows his fine modeling skills, with this 'Motor-bike and Sidecar'.

A fine model of a horse drawn Steam Engine built by Sid Beckett.

Tony Parmee takes a rest from model building and is shown here writing up his 'Model Plan' for his No10 Set Passenger Jet aircraft.

Part of Bob Thompson's 'Tricky-Track', here Little Joe tackles the rolling bridge.

Bob Thompson's 'Tricky-Track' and Sid Beckett's 'The Countryman' Traction Engine.

Ken Wright's latest narrow gauge Festiniog Double Fairlie Loco and Talyllyn Engines Talyllyn and Dolgoch.


Last updated: 2002-05-27
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