Model shops in the UK

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I'm going to the uk 5th Arpil and wondered about good model shops over there.
I'll be mostly in windsor, Horwich, Greenwich and Truro'
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On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 03:03:25 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@YouKnowWhatozemail.com.au (Anthony) wrote:

Hi Anthony
Two for the Windsor area
Model Shop Name: Model Junction Address: 916 Yeovil Rd, Slough, SL1 4JG. Telephone: 01753 528360 North American railways only Walthers agent
Marlow Donkey Railways
Leading Model and Hobby Retail Shop
Brands Stocked and retailed include:
Fleischmann, Herpa, Branchline, Mehano, Marklin, Trix, MiniTrix, Hornby, Woodland Scenics, Dapol, Klein Modellbahn, Piko, Peco, Faller, Noch, Merten, Preiser, Viessmann, Vollmer, Kibri, Brekina, Trident, Busch, LGB, Conrad, Detail Matters, OnTrack, ADaPT, Seep, Seuthe, Model Scene, Ratio, Wills, Roco, Roco MiniTanks, Lima, Arnold, Jouef, Rivarossi + many more
Marlow Donkey Railways The Old Bank High Street Cookham Berkshire SL6 9SJ
Regards
Tony Cane
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On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 03:03:25 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@YouKnowWhatozemail.com.au (Anthony) wrote:

The Signal Box in Rochester, Kent is not very far from Greenwich.
I have not been to Britain for over 40 years, the navy museum in Greenwich was great then and do not miss the Science Museum in Kensington Alan, in Gosnells, Western Oz. VK6 YAB VKS 737 - W 6174
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Hi there
Thanks for all the information, I am planning on going to the navy museum in greenwich, (wonder if thats now the maritime museum).
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Anthony wrote:

Yes, it is and, if you want the opinion of a maritime re-enactor like myself, it's a waste of bloody time going there.
You'd be better of spending more time at the Signal Box. They tend to specialise in OO gauge with half the shop taken up with OO stock - being Hornby and Bachmann British RTR. They do keep a good range of British N Gauge with a limited amount of American N also stocked. They do stock some small amount of RTR O gauge and have, the last time I visited, a good range of lineside accessories and kits for both OO and N, mainly Ratio, Wills and Kestrel.
You won't get much of a discount off of displayed prices as their stock is heavily discounted anyway. By experience, it's one of the cheapest model railway shops I have shopped from.
Have fun wherever you decide to go though.
MRN
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