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This event began 08/02/19 and repeats every 2 weeks until 13/12/19

The North East Cheshire Gauge '0' Group
Chairman: Ron Pugh - 01663 762629 - [email protected]
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.


Seems that nobody from the Folkestone club has shouted out their exhibition, so I thought I would.

It’s at the Leas Cliff Hall tomorrow and Sunday.

Linky thing here.
2019 SHOW

It’s usually a good show, with two floors of layouts plus sales stands and model engineering exhibits upstairs. I’ll be there in the morning, then will probably go to the pub for a long, wet lunch



Event Name: Dorking Model Railway Club Autumn Exhibition

Classification: Exhibition

Address: The Oddfellows Hall, 270 High Street, Dorking, RH4 1QT

Day 1: 5 October 2019

Opening times Day 1: 10:00 - 17:00

Day 2: 6 October 2019

Opening times Day 2: 10:00 - 17:00

Prices: Adult £5Child £3Family (2+2) £10

Disability access: No

Car parking: No

Website: http://www.dorkingmodelrailwayclub.com/exhibition2019October.html

Organising body: Dorking and District Model Railway Club

Organiser: Martin Horne07794 009140

Two halls of layouts, trade support and backed up with the sale of light refreshments.


This is a day where the club has the Carrington room and the Cherry Baker room in the Community Centre in Princes Risborough open to the public.
Demonstrations and displays of club projects (including our layout Aylesbury Town) will cover baseboard construction, track laying, scenery, electrics, layout research, kit-building, detailing and weathering in a variety of scales from N through 00, 4mm finescale to 7mm. Visitors most welcome.

Photo by Donald Rintoul taken at a previous Open Day.
Only disabled car parking places are available at the Community Centre, therefore all other visitors are required to park in the Mount Carpark in Stratton Road (Follow brown Leisure Centre signs to just past St. Mary's Church). Please note that this is pay and display. Half hourly bus service from Aylesbury or High Wycombe. 15 minute walk from Chiltern Railway station with regular trains from Birmingham, Banbury, Aylesbury or London Marylebone, 25 minutes drive from M40 Junction 6 via B4009.
Prospective senior and junior members welcome.


Free car parking ~ Disabled access via lift ~ Refreshments, Bar & Lounge
Adults: £4 / 5-16: £2 / Under 5: Free
10am - 4pm

Confirmed Layouts
OO   Hill House – Pennine MRS
O    Moxley – Jim Read
N   Wayside – Graham Hand
7mm NG Mill Lane – David Holmes
HO   Parazare – Phil Delnon
HO   The Hot Track – Kevin Williamson
OO9   Whitham Cove – Jim Whitaker
OO   Northmead – Doncaster MRS
OO9   Seinbach – Lol Saccomando
N   Stamford East – Robin Fox
OO   Welney Depot – Richard Smith
OO9   Donmar Quarry – Donald Woolhouse

Martin Wright
Steve Sully
Geoff Blenkarn
Peak Rail
SMRS Poster 2019 v1.pdf


Teford Railway Modellers Group Annual Exhibition celebrates our 10th year.
Layouts: Mary Jane's Mushroom Farm, Gn15; Under the Cnandelier,, H0/00; Kato Unitram, N; Moat Brook, 00; Ryburgh, 00; Albert Road, 00; Lough, 0; Dothill, 0; Blue is the Colour, N; Abbeyfields, N; Kings Brandrell, 009; Waredale, 00; Little Aller Junction, N; Arley, N; Harbourne, 00; Kenstadt, Z; Studley & Astley Bank, 00; Stokesay, N; Wenlock, N; Fair t'Middlin, 00; Bourton Yard, H0; Martini Halt, 009; Hadley, Stonybrook & Swale, 0n; Oberdorf, Nm; Thomas 00.
Traders: Amberly Models; Modelscape; Dave Angell Trains; Topp Trains; Keen Systems; 12 Volts dc.
Demonstrators: Andrew Tomlinson: Plastic models and painting; Stuart Brasier: Commercial Vehicles; Harry Brasier: Performance Cars; Gordon Roden: Templot demonstrations
Other: Telford Steam Railway
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2019 Exhibition from the Fareham & District MRC.  Details on Club Website.  Free heritage bus from Fareham Rail Station to Fareham Leisure Centre.  Post code for Leisure Centre PO16 7JU.  More details posted here in due course.
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Guildford O Gauge Group Open Day at Normandy Village Hall, Glaziers Lane, Normandy, Surrey, GU3 2DD
10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Admission £2 , Partners/children free.
Ample free parking & light refreshments.


The annual autumn indoor meet of the G Scale Society - Kent Group. A friendly day with the chance to see what large scale - 45mm gauge modelling can offer, and maybe give you some ideas for the garden. The venue is in the centre of Pratts Bottom village, just off the A21, south of Bromley. M25 Junction 4- one mile. Light refreshment will be available
There will be 3 layouts; the Kent Group track - Garden of England Railway (GER); Sagor (Indian outline) and looselay layout,
plus trader Chalk Garden Rail
Admission £2.50 adults, £1 children
Website - gscalekent.co.uk


The 22nd Annual Charity Wilmington Model Railway Exhibition will take place on the 2nd full weekend of October at St. Michael’s Church Hall after a year’s absence and in a smaller format compared to previous years. The Erith Model Railway Society will continue to provide material assistance to this show, which will feature up to 10 layouts plus trade support, charity raffle and light refreshments, making a total of up to 20 stands.
Opening Times:
Saturday 12th October 2019: 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Sunday 13th October 2019: 10:00am to 4:30pm.
Entry Prices:
Adults: £3.00.
Children (5-16): £1.00.
Children Under 4: Free.
Please check our website for further details (layouts attending, etc.): http://www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/erithmrs/exhibit_wilmington.html
Thank you.
NB: All profits will be donated to Demelza House Children's Hospice, the Railway Children, Cherished Memories and St. Michael's Youth Work.
There is free local parking on Church Hill and surrounding roads and the venue is served by Arriva bus service 477 from Dartford.
Apart from the stage in the Church Hall, most of the exhibition should be accessible to the disabled.


The NGS in Scotland Mini Roadshow will be attending this event
DMRC Model Railway Exhibition
Saturday 12th October 2019 10am to 5pm
Sunday 13th October 2019 10am to 4.30pm
Venue - Boomerang Community Centre, 10, Kemback Street, Dundee DD4 6ET
Please note New Venue for 2019 Situated on Kemback Street, between Raglan and Craigie Streets, off Albert Street.
Bus Route Timetable The No. 32 or 33 buses can be caught from Crichton Street, 2 mins walk from the railway station.
Alight at Albert Street, opposite Craigie Street. The Boomerang Ctr can be accessed from Craigie St.
To return - the 32/33 from Albert St. or the 28/29 from Arbroath


This years Croydon Model Railway show is on 12th & 13th October at Warlingham Schools, CR6 9YB.
Admission is £6 Adults, £2 Children.
Opening times
Saturday: 10:00 to 17:00
Sunday: 10:00 to 16:00


Oxford and District MRC Model Railway Exhibition - incorporating ZEDEX.


This event began 19/10/19 and repeats every day for 1 occurrence


Organised by the Uckfield Model Railway Club.

Civic Approach
East Sussex
TN22 1AE

Saturday 19th October 2019
Sunday 20th October 2019

Open 10am till 5pm both days.

The 2019 Uckfield Model Railway Exhibition will once again be featuring a selection of some of the best quality layouts around. There will be full trade support as well as Demonstration and Society stands. Licensed Restaurant within the Civic Centre will be open throughout the weekend. There will be bacon/sausage baps for early arrivals to purchase - from 9am.

Of the 16 layouts there will no less than 13 different scale/gauge combinations represented. Standard and narrow gauge British, American, Australian and Dutch prototypes.
Highlights include the UK debut of De Graafstroom, the new layout from Vincent de Bode more widely known for his GER P4 layout Flintfield. We also have two models of Lambourn, one in P4 the other in 2mm finescale, the first time we believe that have been exhibited together. We have the debut of Peter North's new layout, Aerodrome Park. More usually associated with the North American scene, Peter has turned his hand to modelling the 1930s Southern Electric. Andrew Bartlett has also agreed to bring along his excellent new layout Blueball Summit, featured here on RMweb, to the show. Finally we have two finalists from the Wild Swan Cameo Competition for you to enjoy, Midland in Bristol and Bottom Works Sidings.

Public access to the Civic Centre is via either the free High Street car park (Civic Approach), or the Tesco Superstore. The venue is also only three minutes walk away from both the railway and bus stations.

Additional car parking at the station car park - £3 per day at weekend.

More information and layout pictures at http://www.uckfieldmrc.co.uk/exhibition.html


Event Name: The Lincoln & District MRC Modern Image Exhibition (Post Modernisation to the Current Period)

Classification: Exhibition

Address: The Showground, Drove Lane, Winthorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 2NY

Day 1: 19th October 2019

Opening times Day 1: (09:30) 10:00-17:00

Day 2: 20th October 2019

Opening times Day 2: (09:30) 10:00-16:30

Prices: £8 Adult £4 Children £20 Family (2 Adults 4 Children)

Disability access: Yes

Car parking: Yes

Website: www.ladmrc.co.uk

Organising body: Lincoln & District Model Railway Club

Organiser: Chris Fryer 07961 060930 [email protected]
The Lincoln & District Model Railway Club are pleased to announce a second exhibition in 2019 at the ever popular Lady Eastwood Pavilion in the Newark Showground.
This event will run alongside our February exhibition and will be a Post Modernisation Event on the 19th/20th October 2019.
We currently have 23 layouts booked including 0, 00, N & H0, TT & P4 gauge. (See website for more details). Layouts including Green & Blue Diesels, 80s/90s and all the way upto the current period
Confirmed Layouts:
Loch Tat - N Gauge - Various ERA's
Euston Road - 00 Gauge - (2000-2010)
Weaver Hill - 00 Gauge - Modern
Lea Green - N Gauge - Modern
IllieTown - 00 Gauge - Modern
Scorbiton - 00 Gauge - Mid 1980's
Crimson Road - 00 Gauge - Modern
Oil Drum Lane - 00 Gauge - Modern DRS Depot
Sunderland Street - N Gauge - Modern
Penna Lane TMD - 00 Gauge - Modern
Zlata Vychod - H0 Gauge - Continental
Gillingbourne - 0 Gauge - Pre-Privatisation
Brook Lane N Gauge - 1990's
Hyde Lane - 0 Gauge - 1960's
Aldgate Hill - TT Gauge - Green/Blue Diesels
Dalry Road - 0 Gauge - Green Diesels
Hyde Lane - 0 Gauge - 1960's
Low Moor - T Gauge - Moden
Titheridge Junction - N Gauge - Running 1990s stock
Lynchwood Sidings - 00 gauge - 1990's
Dovington Camp - 00 Gauge - Pre-Privatisation
Eight Dollar Canyon - H0 Gauge - Americian
"N" Street Yard - H0 Gauge - American
Holland Beck - 00 Gauge - Modern
West Street Station - 00 Gauge - Modern
Various traders/demonstrators/societies attending also. (Traders now listed on website www.ladmrc.co.uk).
The Newark Showground has free parking, disabled access and a good rail service for the East Coast Mainline and the Leicester/Nottingham/Lincoln routes.
A free vintage bus shuttle runs between the showground and Newark Northgate/Castle stations on both days.
October 2019 Flyer.pdf

Following the success of last years October show, we are doing it all again!! On Saturday 19th October 2019 at Shrewsbury URC from 10am you will be able to experience a fabulous family day out.

We will have some amazing detailed and lovingly made Layouts for you to see in various gauges, Trade stands for you to top up your model railway collection, or get you inspired to start one.

All our Exhibitors and Traders are extremely knowledgeable and passionate about model railways and will only be more than happy to offer advice and any questions you may have.

The Whistle Stop Cafe will be open for the duration of the event, serving scrumptious homemade cakes, a selection of hot and cold food and drinks.

We very much hope you can join us!
Tickets available via Eventbrite 
Facebook @shropshiremodelrailwayshows
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The 33rd Cardiff Show for details check out the website

The Chelmsford annual model railway exhibition at ST JOHN PAYNE SCHOOL

Event Name: Hillingdon Railway Modellers - Test Track Open Day

Classification: Open Day

Address: Yiewsley Baptist Church Hall (side entrance), 74 Colham Avenue, Yiewsley, Hillingdon, London UB7 8HF.

Day 1: Sat 19 October 2019

Opening times Day 1: 10am - 3pm

Prices: £5

Disability access: Yes

Car parking: No

Website: http://www.hillingdonrailwaymodellers.co.uk

Organising body: Hillingdon Railway Modellers

Organiser: Peter Storey, mob:07941747903 email:[email protected]

Bring your O, OO, or N gauge locos and trains to run on our club’s three test tracks.
DC and DCC is available, but sorry no “live steam”.
Please note: This is not an exhibition but a chance to meet fellow modellers and try out your models.
Expert help is on hand from knowledgeable club members if you have any problems with your models, and we very much welcome new members should you wish to join the club.
Refreshments will be available all day.
Nearest station: West Drayton (12 minutes’ walk). Local bus services 222, 350, U1, U3 & U5.


ONE DAY Beckenham Model Railshow 2019
St John's Church, Eden Park Avenue, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3JN.
Saturday 19th October 2019 10am - 5pm
At least 12 Working Layouts:
The Bridge at Remagen - 2mm - Al Turner
Fintonagh - 7mm narrow gauge - David Holman
Fisherton Sarum - 4mm - Graham Muspratt
Greenwich Croome Hill - 7mm - Michael Kennedy
Hoath Hill, The Sub Wealden Gypsum Company - 3mm - Peter Bossom
Lighterman’s Yard - 2mm - Pete King, Kent & Essex Area Group of the 2mm Scale Association
Oakhurst Town - 7mm - Geoff Stenner
Portsea - 3mm - Paul Hopkins
Salop Street - 4mm - Giles Barnabe
Star Lane - 4mm - Michael Peace
Three Gates - 2mm - Paul Hefford, River M.R.C
Willowbrook Marsh - 7mm - Nigel Adams, Luton M.R.C
Vintage Layout - 7mm - Mark Carne
Demonstrations, Trade Stands and Societies
BWWMRC Club shop
David Wills
DOGA Demonstration - Gerard Pearson & Colin Snowdon
EPB Preservation Group
Gauge 0 Guild
H M Baseboard Kits at The Model Shop Woodchurch
Harrison Brown Models
Heritage In Motion
Julian Bowden
Kent Garden Railways
Mike Pett's Supercast 00 Model Railway Figures
South East and Chatham Railway Society
Steve Sharp - Plasticard Modelling Demonstration
Light Refreshments
Light refreshments in the new church hall.
The above list of exhibitors is correct at the time of going to press. The Beckenham and West Wickham Model Railway Club reserve the right to substitute or cancel any entries.
Probably £6.00 per Adult, Children (up to 16) accompanied by an adult free.


Marlow, Maidenhead and District Model Railway Club are hosting a specialist 0 Gauge exhibition which will take place at Knowl Hill Village Hall on Saturday 19th October 2019, 10am - 4:00pm. Since 2011 our summer exhibition has been held at this venue and we hope you will be able to attend and enjoy the wide variety of both exhibitors and traders we have assembled. http://www.mmdmrc.org.uk/exhibition-news-2019.html

2019 Entry Prices: Adults £5.00, Partners and Under 16's free.
Knowl Hill Village Hall,
The Terrace,
Knowl Hill,
RG10 9XB
Light refreshments will be available at the venue but for those requiring more substantial sustenance we highly recommend, a few steps from the hall,  FLIC'S CAFE  open this Saturday until 4pm. www.flics-cafe.co.uk


Annual exhibition of the Warrington MRC held at Warrington Collegiate, WA2 8QA.
15 layouts as well as trade and demonstration stands. Admission £5.

Poole Model Railway Exhibition
Sun 20th October 2019
Poole Grammar School, Gravel Hill, Poole, Dorset BH17 9JU

OPENING TIMES:  SUN 10am-4.30pm
ADMISSION:  Adults £5.00    Children £3.50  Family £10.00 
This year the Poole exhibition will be moving to a new date. Same location and possibly an extra hall. Layout details will be posted closer to the time.

List of Traders Attending : 
Model Railway Solutions
Railroom Electronics
Ray Heard
R & T Model Railways
Wessex Waggons
And There Are Lots More to Add!! 
List of Layouts Attending :
Any City - OO
Brixham Bay - N
Cringle Street - O
Denver, Gosport Gulch & Pacific Railroad - On30
Flintcombe - P4
Freshwater - N Scale
Garreg Wen - OO9
Great Swilling - EM
Kamiak Falls - HO
Milford on Sea - OO
Newquey East - OO
Parkstone Goods - OO
Rookery Lane - OO
Santa Agueda - HO
Springfield - O
Svanda - HO
And There Are Lots More to Add!! 

The Mid Wales Model Railway Show 2019
Organised by the Newtown Model Railway Society
Welshpool Town Hall, Saturday 26th October 2019,
Doors open 10am, close 5pm
Layouts in the main hall;-
Roy Link “Crowsnest Tramway” – taking a break from his publishing business to show his superlative 16mm scale model – we believe for the first time in public.
Karl Crowther “Hebble Vale Goods” – guest editor of Model Railway Journal and professional modelmaker with a superb rendition of the Lancashire and Yorkshire borders in 4mm scale EM gauge.
Paul Holmes “Hulme End” – another new narrow gauge layout in 7mm scale from a prolific builder of quality models. 17.5mm track gauge, DCC with sound and smoke effects
Ben Lord “Amalgamated Wagon Works” – showing the 7mm standard gauge layout first built by David H Smith, Ben and the Rochdale group have turned this in to an entertaining shunting layout, proving that good 7mm scale can be built in small spaces.
Barrie Johnston “Pen-y-Graig” – a skilfully executed slate quarry model in 5.5mm scale. Completely scratchbuilt with working incline and man powered wagons. Possibly the most atmospheric slate quarry model since Dave Rowe’s early dioramas.
Iain Chippendale “Clough Street Sidings” – 7mm scale standard gauge – Iain and his team from the Alsager MRS have supported our show in the past – This is another of the excellent layouts that they have built over the years. Visitors are encouraged to try their hand at operating.
Peter Kazer “Blythborough” – Peter is probably one of the best narrow gauge modellers in the country today and has been a long term supporter of the Welshpool Show. The model is built to a scale of ¼ inch to the foot and represents the intermediate station on the Southwold Railway – absolutely top class modelling.
Tony Bucknell “ Harkness” – based on the North Sunderland Railway this is a first for Tony in EM gauge , and features some excellent kit built rolling stock.
Newtown Model Railway Society “Pool Road” - the host club’s 4mm finescale layout has recently been rewired and renovated. Not often on the exhibition trail – enjoy it while you can.
Full support from the Corris Railway Society, the Bishop’s Castle Railway Society and the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway Society, including Dave Rowe’s iconic “Llareggub” in OO9.
Trade support from Tractex, Buffer Books and John Percival’s Walsworth Models.
Full demonstration of modelling by Phil May and Derek Mundy.
Tea, Coffee and cakes will be available to the public in the lower hall, together with displays by the Cambrian Engineering Society, Walter Turner, Alan Crowe with the W&L town trail and a first appearance of the Newtown MRS “Montgomery ( Bishop’s Castle Railway )“.

The Newhaven & District Model Railway Club 2019 exhibition is being held at the Seaford Baptist Church Hall, Belgrave Road, Seaford, East Sussex BN25 2EE on Saturday 26th October 2018 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The venue is a 5 minute walk from Seaford Station turning left from the station onto the A259 towards Newhaven; it is just past the British Legion on the right hand side of the road. Brighton & Hove buses 12 and 12A stop close by.
The club has now been in existence for 60 years and after some recent turbulent times we have finally found and moved into our own clubroom in a secure location of Newhaven which has disabled access, we have also achieved charitable status, so like most clubs we have bills to pay, please support out show, in turn we support the local community.
Layouts appearing at this year’s show:-
Brankstone from Uckfield MRC, BR(S) 1950-60’s set near Bournemouth on two levels, an MPD and two converging branch lines.
Doug Dale OO Gauge LMS, this is the latest layout from Brighton MRC, 1930’s LMS - early BR(M), set on a Peak District branch line with a limestone quarry.
Eastbridge MPD OO Gauge from East Grinstead MRC, a small depot at a busy junction on the Brighton main line.
Hope Hill from Burgess Hill MRC, a 1950’s model of a branch line off the Manchester to Sheffield Trans-Pennine line used for transferring fluorspar to the Sheffield Steel Works.
Lyndale and Lynwood, two separate OO9 layouts. This shows you how to build a layout in small spaces and still retain some operational interest.
Making Tracks by Newhaven & District MRC, this is the clubs start towards a series of railway modelling courses for club members and the general public.
Portwenn from Simon King, a fictitious narrow-gauge railway halfway along the Northern shore of the Camel Estuary in Cornwall at the end of a line from Camelford; the line being built to serve quarries extracting granite and slate.
Strathmore by Toby, a DCC operated layout with a Scottish theme based around Glasgow.
Upperton N Gauge Layout from Eastbourne MRS, a fictitious location near Salisbury where through traffic from the north, east and south pass through to the west country resorts.
Ventnor & Wroxall OO Gauge, N&DMRC, a model of the end of the Isle of Wight line from Ryde, set from the 1930’s to late 40’s.
Wenvoe Quarry OO Gauge from Adrian Taylor Bognor Regis MRC, based on an actual Cemex quarry in Cardiff
Westfield from Andrew Chatfield, a BR (S+W) small country station on a single track mainline with a small loco shed.
Woody Bay Railway Station from Dave Halstead, N&DMRC, a model of the station on the Lynton and Barnstable Railway
Support also from
Double O Gauge Association
Euroscale Models
Kent Garden Railways
Models U Drive
Railroad Trading
Simply Southern
And not forgetting the Newhaven Club Stand which will be larger than normal this year with a variety of models, track, controllers and model buildings for sale.


HG&DMRS 2019 Model Railway Exhibition Advanced Information
Hazel Grove and District Model Railway Society are pleased to announce that their 2019 Model Railway Exhibition will be held at Hazel Grove High School on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October 2019. Once again the exhibition is to be held in two halls as we present over 20 model railway layouts in all the popular scales and gauges, modelling demonstrations, full trade support, including the local model shop SMTF (located at Brookside Garden Centre), Booklaw, Squires Tools and the club sales stand.
* The venue is wheelchair friendly and there is easy flat access for the disabled.
* Refreshments will be available on both days.
* Ample free parking on site or park at Hazel Grove Railway Station courtesy of Northern Rail and use the vintage bus to get to the exhibition venue on both days.
Hazel Grove High School, Jackson's Lane, Hazel Grove, Cheshire, SK7 5JX
Opening Dates & Times:
Saturday 26th October 2019 - 10am to 5pm
Sunday 27th October 2019 - 10am to 4pm
Adults: £7 (accompanied children go free)
Child: £3
Club website www.hgdmrs.org.uk


The Annual Leeds Model Railway Society Exhibition
Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October 2019
Location The Grammar School at Leeds, Alwoodley Gates, Harrogate Road, Leeds, LS17 9NA
Off the A61, on the northern side of the city.
Easy access from A1, A61, and Leeds ring road.
Opening times
10 am to 5 pm  Saturday
10 am to 4:30pm Sunday
Admission £7
Up to three children free with every paying Adult

Layouts attending to date 23/4/19
Large Scale
Chalfont ( Gauge 3)
Lego Layout

Arun Quay
Teign House Sidings (GWR Broad Gauge)
Arfer Yard
S scale
Blakey Rigg  - new layout on RMWeb
Chapel-en-le- Frith(Central) as seen in RMWeb
Middleton Road (EM)
Outwell (EM)
Bunroyd Works
Merthyr Riverside (EM) addee
Munrow (USA)
Vaill - Rhb Swiss (HOm)
Hemyock...now replaced by Midford S&DJR
Ivey Bridge (FS) -new
St Ruth (FS)
Trade support , free  car park, excellent refreshments
More details as and when.

Newbury MRC Exhibition
Saturday 26th October 2019
10am  -   4.30pm
St Bartholomew’s School
Buckingham Road
(Off Andover Rd)
RG14 6JP
Adults £5, Seniors £4.50, Children £2.50   Family £10.00
16 Layouts,  10 Traders and Society Stands
Refreshments available.
Wheelchair Friendly site
Free Parking.
More details : www.newburymrc.co.uk
Contact  Paul Leonard, 07590 429643


Very friendly model railway show with approximately 30 high quality model railways in a range of scales. Layouts range in size from the compact 6ft to the highly impressive 50ft long. The impressive range of layouts is supported by up to 24 trade stands and railway associations/societies.
Free parking (blue badge spaces).
Fully accessible level venue.
Fantastic catering in the historic main school restaurant, including Sunday roast.
Rail Ex Taunton has something for the whole family. Brio hands on layout for children and age related trails/quizzes to help keep all the family occupied.
Entry:                    Adult     £8.00                    Senior   £7.00                 Child      Free      
Get updates and developments through,
Website:              www.railextaunton.uk/index.php  (THIS IS A NEW WEB ADDRESS)
Twitter:                @RailEx25
Facebook:           www.facebook.com/RAILEXTAUNTON

'Model Trains in the Valley' Liphook and District MRC open day 
27th October 2019 
Milland Valley Memorial Hall 
Iping Road 
West Sussex 
GU30 7NA 
Entry: £2.50 
Accompanied Children: Free 
Full Disabled access, free parking, with refreshments available. 
5-6 layouts, a mixture of club and visitors, UK and overseas. 
Club second-hand stall. 
Club details on website 


Very friendly model railway show with approximately 30 high quality model railways in a range of scales. Layouts range in size from the compact 6ft to the highly impressive 50ft long. The impressive range of layouts is supported by up to 24 trade stands and railway associations/societies.
Free parking (blue badge spaces).
Fully accessible level venue.
Fantastic catering in the historic main school restaurant, including Sunday roast.
Rail Ex Taunton has something for the whole family. Brio hands on layout for children and age related trails/quizzes to help keep all the family occupied.
Entry:                    Adult     £8.00                    Senior   £7.00                 Child      Free      
Get updates and developments through,
Website:              www.railextaunton.uk/index.php  (THIS IS A NEW WEB ADDRESS)
Twitter:                @RailEx25
Facebook:           www.facebook.com/RAILEXTAUNTON

  • Upcoming Events

    • 30 January 2021 Until 31 January 2021
      The 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 6th show there. The show will continue to 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.
      There will be a FREE Shuttle Bus service running between Longfield Railway Station and The Longfield Academy on BOTH days of the exhibition starting from 9:00am at Longfield Station.
      Opening Times:
      Saturday 30th January 2021: 10:00am to 5:00pm.
      Sunday 31st January 2021: 10:00am to 4:00pm.
      Entry Prices:
      Adults: £9.00.
      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
      Thank You.
      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 (200+ 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. Alternatively, park in Longfield Railway Station car park (pay-and-display) and catch the Shuttle Bus to the venue.

    • 20 February 2021 Until 21 February 2021
      Virtual model railway exhibition replacing the cancelled Kenavon  Railway Society show,
      The show will be 'open' at http://www.kenavon.btck.co.uk/Exhibition from 10am on Saturday 20 Feb 2021- 5pm on Sunday 21 Feb. 12 layouts included so far with more still to be added, plus prototype videos, links to traders etc.
      No charge for admission but there will be opportunity to make a donation to the Cholsey & Wallingford Railway.
    • 13 March 2021 Until 14 March 2021
    • 13 March 2021 Until 14 March 2021

      Back by popular demand, the third instalment of our widely-acclaimed virtual exhibition is to take place this spring.
      Following the success of our second #BigWORshow event in November, which drew more visitors to our website than at any model railway show in the UK – and with such fantastic feedback, we’re excited to announce that our next show will take place across the weekend of March 13-14, 2021.
      Like before, the third #BigWORshow will feature a compelling selection of fantastic layouts created by talented modellers. The exhibits will feature N, OO, EM, P4, O, and G scales, with something for all tastes!
      Popular features that made the previous show a success will remain, including our live feed, which will be populated with new content at least every 10 minutes!
      And that’s not all. There’ll be competitions galore across the two days, practical demonstrations from a variety of talented modellers, plus interviews with some of the biggest names in the hobby.
      We’re really excited to welcome everyone to our official opening on Saturday, March 13 at 09:30 GMT for two days of fantastic model railway entertainment and exciting challenges – don't forget to tell your friends. Don't miss it – we'll see you there, virtually, of course!
    • 15 May 2021
      Llangollen Garden Railway Festival 2021,
      May 22nd 
      Its happening, please note the date, 
      Look forward to seeing you all 
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