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    02 June 2018

    Sleaford and District Model Railway Club Exhibition 2018
    St George’s Academy, Sleaford NG34 7PP
    15 Layouts, 7 trade stands, club stand, refreshments, disabled access, free parking
    Admission: Adults £4.00, Children £3.00, Family £10.00 (two adults +two children)
    Website: www.google.com/sleafordmrc

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    02 June 2018      03 June 2018

    Event Name: Nene Valley and March and District Model Railway Club

    Classification: Exhibition

    Address: Nene Valley Railway
    Wansford Station
    PE8 6LR

    Day 1: 02/06/18

    Opening times Day 1: 9.30am-4.30pm

    Day 2: 03/06/18

    Opening times Day 2: 9.30am-4.30pm

    Prices: £5.00 Adult
    £3.00 Seniors and Juniors
    Additional cost for entrance to Railworld

    Disability access: Yes

    Car parking: Yes

    Website: www.nvr.org.uk

    Organising body: Nene Valley Railway

    Organiser: Mike Wyldebore
    [email protected]

    Model Railway Show
    Nene Valley Railway and March and District Model Railway Club.

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    02 June 2018 10:00      03 June 2018 16:00

    Event Name: Chatham Model Railway Exhibition 2018

    Classification: Exhibition

    Address: The Victory Academy, Magpie Hall Road, Chatham, ME4 5JB

    Day 1: Saturday 2nd June 2018

    Opening times Day 1: 10am to 5pm

    Day 2: Sunday 3rd June 2018

    Opening times Day 2: 10am to 4pm

    Prices: Adults £6, Children free with paying adult

    Disability access: Yes

    Car parking: Yes

    Website: https://www.chatham-mrc.com/show/

    Organising body: Chatham & District MRC

    Located at the Victory Academy in Magpie Hall Road, Chatham, it is about 10 minutes from the M2 Junction 3, 20 minutes from the M20 Junction 6, about 10 minutes drive from Chatham Railway Station or about 5 minutes from the A2 Chatham Hill / New Road by the Luton Arches. There is free parking next to the Academy for 250 cars, plus free on street parking nearby. There is also limited disabled parking within the grounds, so please make yourself known to the show staff at the gate if you require entry.
    By bus, the 164 bus runs from the Chatham Waterfront Bus Station to the Academy every 20 minutes at 10, 30 & 50 minutes past the hour, taking around 7 minutes. On Sunday, the service is hourly at 15 minutes past the hour. Returning to the bus station, you will need to catch the bus from the bus stop you get off at, as it does not return the opposite way.
    The 176 bus runs from both Chatham Waterfront Bus Station at 08, 28 & 48 minutes past, or Chatham Railway Station at 11, 31 & 51 past to the top of Magpie Hall Road with a 10-15 minute walk. Return service is at 02, 22 & 42 minutes past.
    By train, the nearest station is Chatham, and there is a free shuttle bus service to the show. There is a regular train service from London Victoria, St Pancras International on Southeastern High Speed, and the newly introduced Thameslink Service from Luton, via St Albans, St Pancras International, Blackfriars, London Bridge, Greenwich, Woolwich Arsenal, Dartford and Gravesend.
    Entry is £6 per adult and under 16's can get in for free with a paying adult.
    With 19 layouts, 20 traders and 4 societies, it makes for a good value show.

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  • Upcoming Events

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      The North East Cheshire Gauge '0' Group
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      Secretary: Mark Owen - 07957864303 - [email protected]
      Treasurer: Tony Zajac - 07812041316 - [email protected]
      Meetings at the Scout Hut, High Lane are usually on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except April and December, due to NWOGM Show and Christmas. See Diary Dates page for actual dates. Start time around 12.30pm till around 5pm. See you there! All are welcome.
    • 21 September 2019
      Event Name: 42nd Mid Essex MRC Exhibition

      Classification: Exhibition

      Address: Shenfield High School,  Oliver Road,  Shenfield   Essex   CM15 8PX

      Day 1: 21st September 2019

      Opening times Day 1: 10:00am until 5:00pm

      Prices: Adult £6  Child £4

      Disability access: Yes

      Car parking: Yes

      Organising body: Mid Essex MRC

      Organiser: Ken Wilkinson
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      Aldwych Underground      00
      Allenton                               H0
      Bedford Road                     0
      Botterill Street Yard           0
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      Cheffley                                00
      Duncievie Fuelling Point   EM
      Fen End Pit                          32mm
      Georgemas Junction          00
      Kyle of Lochalsh                 2mm (FS)
      Loch Tar                               N
      Maripose Yard                    H0
      Nene Wharf                         00
      Oh Guano                            NG
      Pay n Play                            00
      Riverside Yard                     00
      Roseland Bay                       N
      Shelvington                          P4
      The Lochty Branch             0
      Tower Pier                           EM
      Weslo Steels                        EM
      Woods Wharf                      0
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      John Dutfield
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      The Railway Photoman
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      With support from
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      Disabled Parking available at the Venue.
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      46th Redditch Model Railway Exhibition with working layout, trade stands and railway modelling demonstrations. The exhibition has the repetition of being a friendly show with good quality layouts and a wide variety of trade support.

      A special offer this year if children bring an adult with them they can get in for FREE.
      Our prices also include a free guide book. There is free on site parking - by road follow signs for Town Centre and then it is Access one off the town centre ring road
      Venue 10 minute walk from the rail and bus stations. Map of route can be download from our web site
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      Event Name: Swansea Railway Modellers Group - 10th Annual Model Railway Exhibition

      Classification: Exhibition

      Address: Pentrehafod School, Pentre Mawr Road, Swansea, Swansea SA1 2NN

      Day 1: 21/09/2019

      Opening times Day 1: 10-5

      Day 2: 22/09/2019

      Opening times Day 2: 10-5

      Prices: Adults £6.00 Concessions £5.00 Children £2.00

      Disability access: Yes

      Car parking: Yes

      Website: https://srmg.org.uk/2019-show

      Organising body: Swansea Railway Modellers Group

      Organiser: Scott Rhodes

      Swansea Railway Modellers Group 10th Model Railway Show featuring: Layouts from South Wales and beyond. Trader and society stands. Demonstrations. Fun for all ages. Free Parking. Wheelchair friendly venue. Under 3's Free
      Layout and Traders details will be added once confirmed bookings have been received.
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