‘Model engineering: Micro, Macro, Meccano’.
This exhibition runs from February 1st to the end of April.
The displays include working and static models of all kinds from railway engines the size of you little finger, to a 6” scale model traction engine built by the late Ron Torr from Gurney Slade.
There will be models of Somerset & Dorset railway locomotives and rolling stock, coal mining machinery, stationary engines of different kinds, aeroplanes from two world wars, and the Titfield Thunderbolt, which was last seen on the Cameron branch line.
It is hoped that there will also be model making demonstrations, including Meccano with which visitors can participate.
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