I’ve copied this from WNXX In view of the situation, Railcare Ltd has issued the following statement, and The Railway Magazine will be issuing it's own statement on Monday. “it is with regret that we have to announce the postponement of the Wolverton works Open Weekend as scheduled for the 14th and 15th of August 2010. Unfortunately ticket sales have been much lower than anticipated and as such we will be unable to support the event. The open day is not only arranged so that Railway enthusiast can access our historic site; it is also there to support and contribute to the local community and nominated charities. Without the ticket sales we won’t be able to do this and maximise the huge effort put in by all involved losing much needed return and value from the weekend. Our choice to postpone and not cancel the event means that the hard work by individuals so far will not be lost and a better understanding of the low tickets sales can be achieved to help support a more successful event in the summer of 2011. I have no doubt that everyone who has been actively involved and those looking forward to enjoying the weekend will fully understand the decision that has been made and the important reasoning behind it. We extend our apologies for any disappointment and disruption we might have caused and look forward to your continued support into next years event. Further speculation or adverse comment is not only unhelpful, it is unnecessary. We are all disappointed, given how rare such events are and the effort that individuals put into them.