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By: Acrostic Publishing Limited  25/08/2015
Keywords: trains, process, model railway

'Creating a Model Railway for Exhibition', ISBN 978-0-9933478-0-1, is a book written by Frederick R Williams. The approach taken by the author is to capture the processes and procedures associated with the creation of a model railway for exhibition as memory maps. Each circle in a map represents a 'trigger'; that is, an event that sets a course of action in motion. This book is structured so that each chapter is a branch of the memory map addressing each trigger in turn. Although the book is entitles 'Creating a Model Railway for Exhibition' it fully encompasses the processes and procedures that could be followed when creating any model railway. The book features the author's current layout 'A Cornish Railway', which is based on St. Austell Railway Station and its sidings. The author is a Member of the Association for Project Management (MAPM) as well as a member of the Farnborough Railway Enthusiast Club (REC).

Keywords: layout, model railway, procedures, process, trains

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