Dear David et al,
Agreed but for me the most impressive piece of kit was at 'Marion Zeller Das Original' Rollenprufstande und Mehr. It was so good I tried to buy the company then tried to become their UK rep. For those who are going to the NEC for Warley you may very well be able to see for yourself; if not www.marion-zeller.de for the best rolling and test track I have seen.
James Corsi 3469
--- In email@example.com, "vannerley" <vannerley@...> wrote:
> Yes, it was excellent. My son and I made a long weekend of it, our easiest
> airport is London City which is a 40 minute flight. We stayed at the NH hotel
> which is over the road from the Jaarbeurs so hardly had any distance to walk.
> There was some excellent ng to be seen but not in 7mm. Outstanding was the
> Voorne MRC's continued campaign to built the whole of the RTM in 3.5mm., all the
> modules were new this year (again!) their work really captures both the essence
> of that long closed Cape Gauge system and of the Zeeuws countryside through
> which it ran.
> I thought the most accomplished piece in the show was Gennep
> http://www.eurospoor.demon.nl/highlights2011/highlights-007.html very high
> standard of architectural modelling with both standard and Cape Gauge trackage
> Additionally, we had most of a day at the Nat Rail Museum, also in Utrecht - not
> on such a vast scale as our NRM but well chosen and interpreted items with a
> strong family orientation. It wouldn't be 'serious' enough for some members of
> our hobby I suspect. On the way back we played with the trams in Amsterdam as
> It is for this reason that we will not have ExpoNG pictures in Narrow Lines this
> David Vannerley