Events happening today
28 December 2019 10:00 Until 16:00
0Wimborne Railway Society is holding it’s open day with the opportunity to see what the club does and some of our layouts on display as a mini show.
Friendly local club within 5 min walk from town centre. Please note no parking at the church but two large car parks close by, satnav locations on the poster. Follow the alley down the right side of the church to the hall behind.
29 December 2019
0Event Name: Alsager Railway Association 0 Gauge Open day
Classification: Open Day
Address: ST7 2DH
Day 1: Sunday 29th December
Opening times Day 1: 1300 - 1600
Disability access: Unknown
Car parking: Yes
Organising body: Alsager Railway Assocaition
Organiser: Benjamin [email protected]
Good Evening All,
A chance to run your stock or locos on Hassell Harbour bridge or just a social down the club. You shall also have the chance to see the construction and development of the new station boards.
The open days shall run on the Sunday from 1pm until 4pm.
Off Moorhouse Avenue,
Follow signs for Alsager ATC
Tea and coffee shall be available though the afternoon.
The 0 Gauge Team
04 January 2020 Until 05 January 2020
0Wessex Association of Model Railway Clubs Winter Exhibition - FROME 2020
The Cheese and Grain, Market Yard, Justice Lane, Frome, BA11 1BE
Saturday 4th 10:00-16:30
Sunday 5th 10:00-16:00
Adults £6 Children FREE - Good parking and cafe on site
Layouts Attending: (subject to updates)
Bocawen Junction - Redruth MRC N Gauge
The Junction - Junction 72A N Gauge
Beckenvick - Beckenvick Modellers HOm
Brixham Bay - Brixham Modelling Association N Gauge
Manningham Missouri - Dave Dunn Model Railways
Smallcombe OO Gauge
Larkmead - Burnham & District MRC OO Gauge
Crossways - Sidmouth MRG
Pine Road - South Western MRC
Wimborne Station - Wimborne Railway Society OO Gauge
Axe Valley Mill - Bridport & District MRC O Gauge
Thomas and Friends - Bridport & District MRC OO Gauge
Mere Abbas - Mere & District MRC O Gauge
Gresty Bridge - Diesel & Electric Group South West OO Gauge
Lancashire Colleries - West Wilts
Traders Attending Frome 2020
Aidrian Rodgers Railroom Electronics
Luke England Frome Model Railway Centre
Andy Lynch Andy Lynch
Ray Heard Ray Heard Model Railways
Edward Woodward Aspire Gifts and Models
Dave Smith Dave Smith Books
Brian Osborne Branchlines
11 January 2020 10:00 Until 16:00
0Bridport & District Model Railway Club
Model Railway Exhibition
Beaminster Public Hall, Fleet Street, BEAMINSTER, Dorset DT8 3EF
From 10 am until 4 pm
Adults £3, Children (under 16 years)£1, Children (under 5 years) free
Parking nearby and refreshments all day
Contact Bob Ahrens 01308-861754 or R_Ahrens @outlook.com
25 January 2020 Until 26 January 2020
0The Erith Model Railway Society’s annual January show, one of South East England’s largest shows (and Kent’s largest by stand numbers), will return to The Longfield Academy for our 5th show there. The show will encompass at least 30 layouts, extensive trade and society support, demonstrators (including the club’s Foxley Service Centre - Loco Diagnostics & Cleaning Service), static exhibits and charity raffle, making over 100 stands in total.
Saturday 25th January 2020: 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Sunday 26th January 2020: 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Accompanied Children (5-16): £1.00.
Entry price includes free exhibition guide.
Please check our website for further details (directions, layouts attending, etc.): http://www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/erithmrs/exhibit_january.html
NB: Charity Raffle – In aid of the Association of Bexley Charities ‘78.
The venue can be reached by Longfield railway station (5-10 minute walk away), Arriva bus services 423 (from Dartford and Bluewater), 433 (from Bluewater, Sunday only) and 489 (from Gravesend), and Go-Coach bus services 474 and 475 (both from Bluewater). The buses stop at Longfield St. Marys Way, Longfield Brickfields Farm and/or Longfield Railway Station. All stops are 5-10 minute walk from the venue. Some services may stop at Longfield Academy itself. Ask the driver when you board if in doubt. There are no Sunday services for the 423, 474 and 475 routes.
There is a sizeable free on-site car park, full disabled access (including toilets), a large refreshment area (300+ seats) and an extensive range of hot and cold food and drinks at reasonable prices. There is some off-site parking available at a day nursery in Brickfield Farm just up the road from the venue (5 minute walk away), should we run out (and we usually do) of on-site parking.
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