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Steam age brought to life with annual celebration

Published: Monday 10th of November 2008

London's Kew Bridge Steam Museum will once again delight model railway enthusiasts young and old at this year's Live Steam Model Railway Show.

Model railway experts from across the country will be displaying their handiwork on the weekend of November 15th and 16th.

Not only will there be dozen of miniature layouts inside the museum but visitors can also enjoy a ride around the outside of the building on Cloister, the famous steam engine based at the museum.

Eager novices and experienced model-makers alike will be able to gain tips from some of the biggest names in the business at this highlight of the model railways calendar.

The Kew Bridge Steam Museum was founded in 1975 and relies on a team of hard-working and dedicated volunteers in addition to full-time staff.

LondonPass holders can gain free regular admission to the Kew Bridge Steam Museum, saving adults £8.50.

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