Volume 19 Issue 1  April  2016

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Available now from the internet is this plastic N gauge bus kit probably originally from China and maybe a model of a Yutong coach or similar. Ideal for modern image the kit comes with an unpainted white plastic body. What Malcolm Hall has done for our chairman is to move the door and steering wheel to the correct sides to make it right hand drive. However you could build it as a left hand drive continental model. Malcolm has fully glazed it and painted it In the fictitious livery of Jones of Taunton. The model is finished off with bespoke vinyl decals produced by Reynolds Signs of Hall Green, Birmingham. The kits usually come in packs of four and are now being sold on internet sites such as Ebay.

(other shopping outlets are available - Ed)

Ken Jones



Exciting News!!!


Here is the latest addition to our club rooms, we are still looking for a name, but it is taking shape thanks to club members' steady work.



Operated by Dave Griffin, an exhibition within an exhibition, plenty of added interest at Tipton Hills with a display of JCBs (other farm and construction machines are available - Ed)


The layout will be attending TINGS 2016 the weekend of 10/11th September.


Details at