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Elliott Cowton

Elliott can't really remember when he first became interested in trains. His father's first job on leaving school was working on the LNER under Gresley, so Elliott always grew up appreciating the finer points of railways. Elliot now works part time in his local model shop. He is a member of the EM Gauge Society and both the Swanage and the Churnet Valley Railway projects.


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Elliott Cowton

Elliott can't really remember when he first became interested in trains. His father's first job on leaving school was working on the LNER under Gresley, so Elliott always grew up appreciating the finer points of railways. Elliot now works part time in his local model shop. He is a member of the EM Gauge Society and both the Swanage and the Churnet Valley Railway projects.


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Geoff Elliot

Geoff's first experience with model railways was an 8ft x 4ft Hornby layout his dad built him in the garage. But as Geoff concedes: "Knowing what I know now about model railways, I suspect it was really for him." Geoff has a reputation as a compulsive layout builder and has made five Hornby Trackmat layouts for people as well as several layouts for others at the club.


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Geoff Elliot

Geoff's first experience with model railways was an 8ft x 4ft Hornby layout his dad built him in the garage. But as Geoff concedes: "Knowing what I know now about model railways, I suspect it was really for him." Geoff has a reputation as a compulsive layout builder and has made five Hornby Trackmat layouts for people as well as several layouts for others at the club.


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Nick Duxfield

MRTV's Editor is Nick Duxfield. Nick is the retired manager of Bahnhof Europa, the non-UK section of the Gaugemaster Model Railway Showroom at Ford, near Arundel, in West Sussex. He had been helping railway modellers at Gaugemaster for over 10 years. His responsibility covered all gauges from the new, minute T gauge to the considerably larger G gauge for outdoor enthusiasts and he is one of the leading UK experts on European model railways. His scenic models adorned the showroom walls and one of his masterpieces was filmed by ModelRailway.tv prior to becoming the centrepiece in the Engine Shed, the UK half of the Gaugemaster showroom. Formerly involved in the furniture industry, he is also, of course, a passionate railway modeler. Now retired, he has more time to spend on his modeling.


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Nick Duxfield

MRTV's Editor is Nick Duxfield. Nick is the retired manager of Bahnhof Europa, the non-UK section of the Gaugemaster Model Railway Showroom at Ford, near Arundel, in West Sussex. He had been helping railway modellers at Gaugemaster for over 10 years. His responsibility covered all gauges from the new, minute T gauge to the considerably larger G gauge for outdoor enthusiasts and he is one of the leading UK experts on European model railways. His scenic models adorned the showroom walls and one of his masterpieces was filmed by ModelRailway.tv prior to becoming the centrepiece in the Engine Shed, the UK half of the Gaugemaster showroom. Formerly involved in the furniture industry, he is also, of course, a passionate railway modeler. Now retired, he has more time to spend on his modeling.


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Nigel Overington

Nigel began his lifetime's interest in model railways with a Hornby Dublo 3 Rail on a ply board hinged to the bedroom wall. That was stored when he joined the Royal Navy and only re-appeared for trade-in when he returned to the hobby many years later. He only had time for limited modelling during his time at sea, so his first real layout had to wait until he left the Royal Navy on medical grounds. Apart from visiting shows, clubs and manufacturers for MRTV, Nigel kept up to date through his long-standing membership of Southern Locomotives Limited, as well as both the Bluebell and Swanage Railways and the South Western Circle. Nigel added: "The members of Fareham & District Model Railway Club have the misfortune to be the recipients of the majority of my constant modelling questions." Nigel passed away in 2010. He was a lovely man, and a passionate railway modeller. He is still very much missed.


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Nigel Overington

Nigel began his lifetime's interest in model railways with a Hornby Dublo 3 Rail on a ply board hinged to the bedroom wall. That was stored when he joined the Royal Navy and only re-appeared for trade-in when he returned to the hobby many years later. He only had time for limited modelling during his time at sea, so his first real layout had to wait until he left the Royal Navy on medical grounds. Apart from visiting shows, clubs and manufacturers for MRTV, Nigel kept up to date through his long-standing membership of Southern Locomotives Limited, as well as both the Bluebell and Swanage Railways and the South Western Circle. Nigel added: "The members of Fareham & District Model Railway Club have the misfortune to be the recipients of the majority of my constant modelling questions." Nigel passed away in 2010. He was a lovely man, and a passionate railway modeller. He is still very much missed.


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Phil Parker

Phil has been making models most of his life starting with a bag of balsa offcuts and a trail of badly painted Airfix kits. Nowadays Phil builds and exhibit model railways and boats. www.philsworkbench.blogspot.com


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Phil Parker

Phil has been making models most of his life starting with a bag of balsa offcuts and a trail of badly painted Airfix kits. Nowadays Phil builds and exhibit model railways and boats. www.philsworkbench.blogspot.com


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Roger Horwood

Roger Horwood is the Operations Manager at Didcot Railway Centre. www.didcotrailwaycentre.org.uk


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Roger Horwood

Roger Horwood is the Operations Manager at Didcot Railway Centre. www.didcotrailwaycentre.org.uk