Loco-notion Models was founded in 1994 by David Young in a very small way indeed, trading at Toyfairs and Swapmeets around the South-East with second hand model railway models and new scenics & accessories from small manufacturers. A few years later He opened a shop at Cliffe in Lewes which was closed after 18 months as it was losing money ( lovely shop - wrong location, no passing trade whatsoever). It may have done him a small favour as it was submerged in the heavy floods the following year. He then moved on to a workshop in Hove nr Brighton and back on the Exhibition and Toyfair scene. He ceased trading for one year when family health problems arose but then decided to open part-time in a tiny shop near where he lived in Peacehaven and see how it went. This resulted in a move to slightly larger premises later that year, and was very happy there for over 10 years. However further family health problems meant a move to Weston Super Mare in 2010 with the shop in Peacehaven closing. Had a small shop in Weston for a couple of years but over retirement age and family health matters intervened.
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David was the owner of Loconotion Models and has spent many years of hard work to build it up until retirement and Care issues intervened. He is a wealth of Railway and Narrow Gauge Information. He has a special interest in Narrow gauge and Southern Railway. David is a very keen model maker and is always happy to help out new modellers or just have a chat about railways! He collects N, 009 and 16mm railways also many odd bits and pieces of Large scale narrow gauge. David also had a small garden railway when he lived in Peacehaven with his wife, cat and 2 dogs. Now in a flat in Weston Super Mare with Lesley, a cat called Luna (or you little s*d) tropical fish and no room for a model railway:(
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