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chris57

Salisbury Model Show:- Saturday 1st June

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Can't see a plug for this one yet, so check out "Salisburymodelshow.co.uk", should be good if previous is any indicator.

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Time for another bump with less than a week to go methinks

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One of my favourite shows. Farnborough will be present in force - as usual 😀

 

Hopefully, The Cloisters in town is still open for lunch.

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There are almost as many bumps on this thread as in the road outside the venue

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I’ll be there, sorting out my shopping list at the moment

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Had a great time at Salisbury. The extra room really helped a lot this year with loads of space for people to move about and no need for any model displays in the hallways. Well done all for arranging this - and the lovely weather. How come Salisbury always sees to be on a warm sunny day? I can't recall the last time it rained at the Salisbury show.

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6 hours ago, Eric Mc said:

Well done all for arranging this - and the lovely weather. How come Salisbury always sees to be on a warm sunny day? I can't recall the last time it rained at the Salisbury show.

It’s always hot on Salisbury Model Show day, the heat may have affected my purchasing.

 

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If you can't stand the heat, get out of the display hall :)

 

I can't blame the heat for my purchases - which were actually fairly modest - an Airfix Skyvan (at what I considered a reasonable price) and the ancient Revell Douglas DC-8 - also for what I consider was a pretty reasonable price. And another Airfix Boeing 737 (I'm addicted to them).

 

Apart from those kits, I bought a few accessories Spent less than £50.

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