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ANNOUNCEMENT
(Updated 8th October 2013)

A 'Lone Star' Collector's Exhibition is to be held on SUNDAY, 28th September 2014 at Whitewebbs Museum of Transport, Whitewebbs Road, Crews Hill, ENFIELD, Middlesex, EN2 9HW, (U.K.)
Telephone: 020 8367 1898 Fax: 020 8363 1904

To reserve display pitches and stalls (please state whether access to an electric power point is essential) contact:
Clive Gehle on Mobile: 07930 312531
or E-mail: clivegehle@hotmail.com

Collectors' exhibits can be set up from 8:00 a.m. onwards.  Open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Ample and free car parking.  No charge for Lone Star enthusiasts to exhibit their collections.  Display tables may be borrowed on site, on exhibition day, on a 'first come, first served' basis.
Admission charges, Adult: £4.00 - Children (under 13): Free.  £10.00 charge for Traders.
Coffee Shop, on the first floor, serving beverages and snacks, and also there is a separate Souvenir and Gift Shop.
The museum has its own fantastic collection of die-cast model vehicles produced by several manufacturers, in glass-fronted cabinets located on the top floor of the main building.  It has a passenger lift to most floors but the top floor is only accessible by a stairway.

The admission charge permits the visitor to view the vintage and cherished vehicles on the site and any restoration work currently in progress. There is also a magnificent 'OO'-gauge, 'working' model train layout which has been installed in a former British Railways passenger carriage sited in the adjoining yard.

Whitewebbs Museum is indicated on the Road Map viewable by 'scrolling down' this web-page. To avoid traffic congestion, people arriving by car, etc., would probably benefit by leaving the M25 (London Orbital) motorway at Junction 24 (Potters Bar/Enfield).  From there, take the A1005 to Botany Bay (village), at which point, turn left into East Lodge Lane, then follow road signs to Crews Hill.  This is the nearest Train Station to the Museum and is within about 8 minutes' walking distance.  People travelling southwards by express train on the Edinburgh-London [Kings Cross] main line can, if they wish, alight at Stevenage station 'interchange' where they can transfer to a 'First Capital Connect' commuter train on the "Hertford" branch line.  The latter service will bring the traveller to Crews Hill station after four intermediate stops.  This train will then continue on its journey to London [Kings Cross] or London [Moorgate].

A MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITION will be held at the Museum on Saturday 27th September 2014, featuring scale models, produced by various manufacturers, ranging from "Z" to "O" gauges.
Open to the public from 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Admission charges, Adult: £4.00 - Concessions / Child: £2.50 - Family Ticket: £10.00 (2 Adults + 2 Children).
Check the Museum's website for up-to-date information:

www.whitewebbsmuseum.co.uk

To see pictures of past 'Lone Star' Special Events, click below:

'Lone Star' Collectors' exhibitions of past years






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'Lone Star' Collectors' exhibitions of past years

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