Making Tracks 2

18th July 2022 - 3rd September 2022

From 18th July – 3rd September the Making Tracks 2 Model Railway exhibtion will be appearing at Chester Cathedral.

Pete Waterman OBE and the Railnuts modelling group have created a brand-new ‘OO’ gauge layout that occupies 64ft x 12ft.

It will be modelling a completely new stretch of the West Coast Main Line from that which featured in Making Tracks 1.

Entry is £2.50 per person (children age 5 and under free), open Mon-Sat.

For information on planning your trip visit Chester Cathedral

You will also be able to view alongside the model railway the popular Marvellous Days Out Poster Exhibition for the Mid Cheshire and North Cheshire railway lines created by acclaimed artist Nicky Thompson.

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