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    Spring Edition 16th-17th February Over two days, see a wide range of models and buy your own!The Tank Museum will be inviting exhibitors from across the UK to exhibit their models throughout the Museum. Miniature, Remote Control and Scale models will all be in attendance. Annual Passes are valid for this event.Find out more here https://www.tankmuseum.org/whats-on/events/bovevt66485 C19_03_SW_Model_Show_60x40.pdf
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    Now in it's 5th year, the Dig for Victory Show welcomes vehicle owners of all ages and types. Renowned for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere, the show is unique in that it takes visitors along a timeline of history, back to the 1940's giving a place for everyone. If you fancy a few days in the beautiful West Country, excellent company, great music and good cider - the Dig for Victory how is just for you. All forms, details etc. are available online via the web site: www.digforvictoryshow.com
  3. All are cordially invited to attend this show at a new venue just 1 mile off the A55 at Caerwys North Wales. This show used to be Held at Bodelwyddan Castle with a large military attendance but had sadly declined of recent times. The show is now being revived by a new committee at the farm where the North Wales Military Vehicle show used to be held, more details on the clubs facebook page or phone the chairman (Maredudd Davies) 07921719084
  4. As well as a Military Vehicle Collector I’m also a Volunteer Fireman on the West Somerset Railway in Somerset. I’ve been asked by the West Somerset Railway Gala Team to help organise a military freight train loaded with WW2 vehicles and a static display of military vehicles, displays and reenactors at Bishops Lydeard station as a part of their usual Spring Gala on 22-25th March 2018. The WSR will have an American S160 2-8-0 freight loco available to pull the train, these engines were made in the USA and shipped to England and Europe as a part of the war effort in the run up to and after D-Day.
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