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This event begins 30/11/19 and repeats every 10 years forever

To follow on from the Hailsham Model Railway Show held on 2nd December 2017, we have decided to make this an annual event, a show that was full of fantastic Traders & Exhibitors alike. The Mayor opened the show, and picked Maxwell as the best in show, and a gold award was presented, later in the day, Maxwell also won the best in show as voted for by the Public, our Congratulations to Paul Osman and his team.
List of Traders Attending : List of Layouts Attending :...……………...
Kent Garden Railways
Network South East Society
Clive's Collectables
The Wagon Works 
Named Exhibs Only at Present...………………..
Archton OO
Ambleton Vale N
Stoneycroft Junction OO
London Sw999 N
Oaklands N
South Downs Tar -
Sillean N
Duffield Lane Tbc
Ashenden Junction N
Llanrhysted OO9
Charlton OO
Foxley Hill N
Quevy N Continental!

Many Many More to be Announced
List of Other Displays :
Portsmouth & District Motor Power Boat Club.
Will Have Static Displays
Also They Are Providing Us With First Aid Services and an Ambulance If Required. 
Club Tombola
Club Exclusive Wagon & Selected Bits and Pieces

Refreshments Selected Foods Available
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This event begins 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.

Event Name: Padiham Model Railway Event

Classification: Exhibition

Address: Unitarian Chapel Hall (next to Memorial Park) Knight Hill, Padiham, Near Burnley, Lancashire BB12 8JH

Day 1: 2nd November 2019

Opening times Day 1: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Prices: Adult £4.00 Child £1.50

Disability access: Yes

Car parking: Yes

Organising body: Padiham Unitarian Chapel

Organiser: Paul Backhouse 01282 776115 [email protected]

Padiham's 19th Annual Model Railway Event presents an enjoyable eclectic mix of Gauge 1 live steam running, 16mm scale narrow gauge, stationary steam engines on compressed air, "OO”, “HO", "N" and “Z” gauge layouts (subject to confirmation), two trade stand(s), children's Playmobil area and loads more for both families & model enthusiasts.
Tasty homemade refreshments are available throughout the day in seated area in the main hall. Three accessible exhibition rooms & toilets on one level. Disabled visitors may need assistance with the car park access slope if accessible spaces are full.
The chapel car park tends to fill quickly, in which case there's more free parking at Clitheroe Street and Ightenhill Street car parks nearby.
Walkers of Wigan WCR F500 centre cab diesel easing into Caherdaniel repair shops
16mm scale on G1 45mm narrow gauge track with 2.4 GHz radio control:-


For the Second Year running The Salvation Army, supported by Mid Essex MRC, are holding a small model Railway Exhibition.
Various layouts from Mid Essex MRC, Members and Friends.
Trade support by John Dutfield LLP
The Salvation Army, Jersey Gardens, Wickford Essex 10:00 till 17:00
Adults £2
Child £1
Refreshments available
Kids Play Corner


WYCRAIL Exhibition puts railway modelling into perspective on Saturday 2nd November.
Whilst the enthusiasm for the hobby once again getting a boost from The Great Model Railway Challenge on prime time Channel 5 TV WYCRAIL is delighted that one of last year’s competition layouts attending is ‘Ealing Road’, this was built by the Missenden Modellers team, the theme of their heat was ‘Movies’ and the team opted to base theirs on a medley of the Ealing Studios films of the early fifties, regarded by many as the high point in British Cinema. One of the highlights and impressive features of ‘Ealing Road’ is use of forced perspective both within the models on the layout itself and within the effective backscene.
This year’s WYCRAIL ’19 exhibition will once again take place at The Cressex Community School, Holmers Lane, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. HP12 4UD on Saturday 2nd November.  
With 29 high quality and inspirational model railway layouts, as ever WYCRAIL ‘19 is firmly established as being one of the largest and best supported one day model railway exhibitions in the South East of England. This impressive layout line-up will include British, North American and Continental outline and in a wide range of scales and gauges including Z, 2mm, N, 00, H0, EM, S, 0, G and narrow gauges.
Layout highlights in addition to ‘Ealing Road’ include: Haversham Central (N), Kyle of Lochaish (2mm FS), Whitmoor (N), Staffordshire Pottery (N) Ilfracombe East (009), Lake Bank (3mm), Lynth-Haven (00), Daisyfield Traincare (00), Thornfield (00), Trinity Dock Street Bridge (00), Upper Oreful Street (00 Trams), Burton Bradstock (EM),Trowland (S), Belbroughton (0), Bristol Goods Shed (7mm FS), Vale View (0), Whiteleaf Railway (G), Sanhei Valley (Z Japanese), Salinas Valley (H0, North American), Kidmore Fork (H0 North American) Sevanda (H0 Norwegian)
Once again, our own Society’s junior section layout ‘Mothercombe’ (00) will be on display showing its continued excellent progress and confirming the perspective that the hobby is alive and well with our younger members!
Full trade support will be present ranging from tools, kits, electronic components to R-T-R models and books.
Opening times are between 10am and 5pm.
The venue is conveniently close to the M40 Junction 4 and the free vintage bus service will once again be operated between Wycombe Railway Station (Chiltern Line) and Wycombe Town Centre to the Cressex Community School and via the new large Park and Ride free car park at the Handy Cross Hub.
Further information and details can be found on the Societies website at www.hwdmrs.org.uk 

Burton Railway Society's annual model railway exhibition. 18 layouts plus full trade support. Static road and rail vehicles, shire horses and Robey steam engine. Working model of 1920's Burton. Bar and restaurant. ( Booking in advance on 01283 532880 recommended for Sunday carvery) Held at the National Brewery Centre, Horninglow street, Burton upon Trent, DE14 1NG. Entrance to the museum included in admission price. Adults £5, accompanied children free. 1000-1600. Free parking and disabled access.

Whitehead Model Railway Day
The Railway Preservation Society of Ireland (RPSI) will be holding its first Model Railway Day at Whitehead Railway Museum on Saturday 9th November 2019 with a line-up of over two dozen marvelous miniature model layouts, full-size steam train rides, refreshments, etc. All this, and the Museum exhibits too!
Opening: From 10am until 5pm.
Models: There will be many model railway layouts positioned in the various galleries around our Museum.
Train Rides: Visitors will be able to see at close hand how the magnificent locomotive works and enjoy a short ride on the steam train. Trains will be running every 15 minutes or so between 12 and 4pm.
Refreshments: Enjoy a visit to our award-winning Edwardian Tea Room. On this day only we will also be serving refreshments in our LMS NCC and CIE dining cars in the Carriage Gallery.
Suitable for children of all ages!
Phone: 028 9358 6200
Adult £10, Child £6, Family (2a+2c) £25
(Come by NI Railways and get 20% off admission)
Coming from England for the day? Fly into Belfast George Best airport and hop on the train at Sydenham NI Railways .


Tolworth Showtrain
Hampton Court MRS
November 9th & 10th
 Tolworth Recreation Centre,
Fullers Way North, Tolworth, Surrey, KT6 7LQ.
Saturday 9th November 10.00am - 5.30pm
Sunday 10th November 10.00am - 5.00pm
Family 2+2£15
Sunday Special
One child FREE with every paying adult
Hampton Court Model Railway Society proudly presents annual show, Tolworth Showtrain on the 9th and 10th November 2019.
Tolworth Showtrain 2019, covers three halls of the Tolworth Recreation Centre and features 24 working layouts covering both a variety of scales, time-periods and locations, with superb modelling and entertaining operation, including one where children can drive the trains, along with comprehensive Trade support, including one new this year. There are also demonstrators who will give hands on tuition in modelling skills. This is your opportunity to try your hand at something new, age will be no barrier to this, and you will probably have something to take away.
We aim to provide entertainment for everyone, not just the dedicated enthusiast, and many will remember Roland Emett and his eccentric designs for the Far Tottering and Oyster Creek Railway, this world is admirably brought to life with Mike Walshaw’s layout Scratchy Bottom. Or you may prefer St Ruth, a 2mm scale layout that is almost a model of Penzance.
On SUNDAY one Child will be admitted FREE with every paying Adult.
There is a free Bus link from Surbiton station which is served by South Western Railway services. The timetable will be available on the website in early October.
Several TfL bus services stop within 10 minutes walk of the show.
The show is fully accessible with everything being at ground level.
Name                                               Scale         Gauge           Location
Harlyn Pier                                       7mm         32mm          SR
Sidmouth                                         4mm         18.83mm     BR SR
St Ruth                                              2mm         9.2mm         GWR
Merstone & Ventnor West             4mm        16.5mm        IOW
Scratchy Bottom Halt                     1:22.5       15mm           Rowland Emett
Ferrocarril San Maria Gandia        3.5mm     16.5mm        Spanish
Tansey Bank & Hobbs Row            4mm        9mm             Warwichshire
Clayton West                                   4mm         16.5mm        BR
Rolvenden                                       4mm         18.83mm      KESR
Bigbury                                            4mm         16.5mm       BR
Daconby Town                               3mm          14.2mm      BR ER
The Yard                                          7mm         16.5 & 32mm  Industrial
Aldbourne                                       4mm         9mm            British
Itchen End Goods Depot              7mm         32mm          Southern
Honeyford upon Avon                  2mm         9mm            GWR/LMS
Edward Junction & Thomas End 4mm         16.5mm       Sodor
Netherwood Sidings                     7mm         32mm          MSW
Cucknoe                                          2mm        9mm             LMS/LNER
Somewhere in France                  4mm         9mm             WW1
Palmerston Road                          7mm         32mm           BR
Tarring Neville                               4mm         16.5mm       SR/Industrial
Bankfield Road                              7mm         32mm          LMS
Thorney Milk                                  7mm         32mm          GWR
Shelvington                                    4mm         18.83mm     BR SR
Demonstrators & Societies
Gauge O Guild   
South Western Circle
Soldering Tuition   
Geoff Ford
Scenic Modelling Tuition
Hampton Court Model R'way Society
Model Railway Developments
Country Park Models
Dingo Servo Mounts
Golden Arrow Productions
Kent Garden Railways
Roxey Mouldings
Heritage In Motion
JB's Model World
Roxley Models
Sunningwell Command Control Ltd
Carriage & Wagon Models
Tools 2000
C and L Finescale
Medway Queen Preservation Society
Models U Drive
Addlestone Model Centre
P and G Engineering Supplies
Roy Allen
Masterpiece Figures
Rail - Books.Co.UK
Harrison Brown Models
KS Laser Designs Ltd
  More exhibitors and traders will be added to the above lists when they become available.
Surbiton Station Stop NN
Tolworth Rec. Centrea
Surbiton Station Stop NNa
Surbiton Station Stop NN
Tolworth Rec. Centrea
Surbiton Station Stop NNa
Surbiton Station Stop NN
Tolworth Rec. Centrea
Surbiton Station Stop NNa
Surbiton Station Stop NN
Tolworth Rec. Centrea
Surbiton Station Stop NNa
At Surbiton station, buses leave Bus Stop NN. Turn right from the Main Station Forecourt into St Marks Hill.
Note:-  Whilst every effort will be made to maintain this timetable, delays may be incurred due to traffic conditions which will affect timekeeping. In the case of extreme late running a service may be cancelled to restore the timetable.
TfL services between Surbiton and the Show
Turn left outside station into Victoria Road to Bus Stop NP.

Take bus to Hook Roundabout on Kingston By Pass - Routes 71, 465 or K4 (Not Sunday). At Roundabout, turn Left and walk to the Recreation Centre on the corner of Fullers Way North and the Kingston By Pass, about a 5 minute walk.
Normal Fares are payable.


Saturday 9th November 2019
Annual model railway exhibition presented by the Solihull Model Railway Circle at St Marys Church Hall and 3rd Solihull St, Mary Scout Hall (B92 8PN) - 15 minutes from J6, M42. Opening Times: 10:00am – 4:30pm. Admission Prices: Adults £3.00, Seniors £2.50, Children £2.00 and Family (2+2) £8.00.
11 Working layouts (N, HO, OO, O and On16.5 Gauge) are invited plus trade and society support. Wheelchair friendly access, free parking with light refreshments available.
 Buses to Hobs Moat road 71E, 72, 72A. Buses that stop at Wheatsheaf, A45, Coventry Road: 60, X1, X2. Bus Information: Available from Network West Midlands: 0871 200 22 33.
1. Avonbridge
7mm Scale, O Gauge
Solihull Model Railway Circle

This Layout is A 30 Feet by 13 Feet, Three-Track, Continuous Run With Station and Storage Loops. Early in 2013, We Widened Two of the Front Boards to Provide Some Space to Allow For Shunting.
The Boards Are Made from 9mm Exterior Plywood With Some Aluminium Box-Section Bracing and Steel Box-Section Legs With Rubber Door-Stops As Feet. Peco Code 124 Bullhead Track is Laid to A Minimum Radius of 6 Feet. Points Are Operated from the Main Panel Using Hammant and Morgan Motors.
The Buildings Are based on Local Midland Railway Prototypes and Therefore the Layout Represents A Busy Mr Branch Line Somewhere in the Midlands, Although the Stock Run is from A Variety of Companies and Eras to Suit Our Varying Interests. Most Buildings Are Scratch-Built from A Combination of Plastikard and Wood. The Main Station Building is A Model of Northfield and the Small Shelter on the Opposite Platform is from Moseley. The Signal Box is Modelled on Luffenham, With Marton Junction's Coal Bunker. A Scratch-Built Scale Model of the Goods Shed at Eckington on the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway is at One End of the Station and Future Developments Will Probably Include A Footbridge Between the Platforms, Back Scenes and Possibly A Small Engine Shed.
At One End is the Road-Over-Rail Bridge at Ripple, Near Tewkesbury and at the Other End A Section of the 1816 Edstone Canal Viaduct from Bearley, Near Stratford Upon Avon.
People and Accessories Are from Various Manufacturers, Including Peco and Preiser.
2. Cherwell
4mm Scale, OO Gauge
Solihull Model Railway Circle

A Scenic OO Gauge, 26 Feet 6 Inches by 10 Feet 6 Inches, Four-Track Mainline With an Integral Branch Line. It Features Working Automatic Signals and Has Largely Scratch Built Buildings With A Local Theme, E.g.: the Manor House, the Mason's Arms, the George Hotel and the Fat Cat Café from Solihull; King's Heath Library; Tyseley Station; and Water Orton Station. The Layout Was Built Mainly to Display Scale Length Mainline Trains, Those Being Run Reflecting the Varying Interests of the Membership. Trains Run Are Usually British Outline, But Can Come from Any Part of the UK Mainland and from Any Date Between About 1900 and the Present Day. If You Look Carefully You Can See Pigeons Roosting Under the Station Bridge, Foxes Using the Track Bed As A Shortcut and One Fox Eyeing Lambs, Gulls Eggs and the Shepherd on the Upper Pasture, Cats Watching Building Work in the Arch from the Platform and Gulls Above the Sea and on the Cliffs With A Lonely Cormorant.
3. A Scottish Branch
4mm Scale, OO Gauge
Solihull Model Railway Circle

A New End-To-End Branch Line Club Layout based on Scottish Practice, Displayed Here Partly Built to Give an Insight Into Layout Construction. It is 16 Feet Long and Just Over 2 Feet Wide and We Are Using SMP Code 75 Bullhead Plain Track and Handmade Marcway Points. It Has Been Constructed to Run With Either DCC Or Traditional Control. There is A Terminus Station at One End and A Hidden 'Fiddle' Yard With A Traverser at the Other, With A Scenic Section in Between. A Major Part of the Concept is the Use of Very Deep Baseboards, With the Railway Running Through the Middle, Allowing Greater Depths and Heights of Scenery For A More Interesting Appearance. The Major Architectural Feature is the Curved Viaduct based on Killiecrankie.
4. Grange Aggregates
2mm Scale, N Gauge
Solihull N Gauge MRG

Grange Aggregates Started Up Many Years Ago. The Canal Was Cut in Order to Transport the Stone Out Instead of Using Horses and Wagons. The Narrow Gauge Railway Was Then Laid to Take Stone to the Crushing Plant. Steam Engines Were Introduced on the Narrow Gauge in the 1800s. When the Main Line Railway Was Built, the Loops and Sidings to the Quarry Were Also Put In. All These Forms of Taking the Stone Out Are Still Very Much in Evidence, With Stone Going Out by Canal, Road Or Main Line Railway. If You Have Any Questions Please Ask the Operators.
5. Ashbridge
4mm Scale, OO Gauge
Mark Miller

Ashbridge is A Small Branch Line Terminus Station Somewhere in the South West of London.
Services Comprise of an Emu Service from London Termini on the Southern Region and A Dmu Service from Reading and Paddington on the Western Region
Various Freights Can be Seen Running Around at Ashbridge Due to the Terminus Being the Only Place on the Single Line Where They Can Do so to Return Back North, Along With Mod Traffic to the Loading Bay at Ashbridge Station.
6. Portobello Road TMD
7mm Scale, O Gauge
Paul Challenor

Portobello Road is A Fictional BR Era Layout. The Layout is Built, Set to A Scale of 7mm Or O Gauge. Controlled by DDC NCE Power Cab. With Sound from "Legomanbiff" and "Digitrains". The Layout Measures 8 Foot x 18 Inches. The Track is Peco, With Hand Built Points That Are Operated Manually Using Push Rod from Front and Back Using the Blue Point Switching Gear. The Lighting For the Layout is A Strip of Led's For Its Illumination. Locos Are Heljan and Dapol With A Repaint on the Class 08 Shunter. Locos Are Detailed With Air Brush Weathering.
The Brick Arches Buildings Are Skytrex (Modified) Along With Scratch Built Engine Shed That Has Been Scaled Up from the "Bachmann" OO Gauge Single Track Diesel Locomotive Servicing Shed. I Have Also Scaled Up the Heavy Lifting Crane That Was an OO Gauge "Ratio Kit". Vehicles Are from the Oxford Range, Once Again With Air Brush Weathering.
7. Salinas Valley
3.5mm Scale, HO Gauge
John Baggaley

Salinas Valley is A Small Us Switching Layout, With Relatively Modern Rail Served Industries. It is Assumed to be Situated on the Outskirts of A City. The Design is based on the 'Inglenook' Style With an Additional 'Kickback' Siding to A Small Chemical Distribution Depot Served by Tank Cars from A Number of Suppliers. The Rear Siding and the Main Tracks Are Worked from A Small Sector Plate Fiddle Yard.
One of the Industries is A Scrap Dealer and Stocks of Shredded Material Can be Seen Ready For Dispatch. The Other Main Business is A Small Railcar Repair Works Which is Intended For Railcars Needing A Bit More Than Minor Repairs to be Transferred from A Nearby Yard.
Finally There is the Long Track at the Rear is Primarily Intended to Hold Railcars Awaiting Space at One Or Other of the Industries. It Can Also Serve As A 'Team Track' Where Local Hauliers Can Collect Or Deliver Items That Require Railrpad Haulage .
It is Constructed on A Purpose Built Baseboard of Well Braced Thin Plywood With Integral Lighting. The Trackwork is Peco Code 75 Trackwork With the Turnouts (Points) Operated by Rods from the Rear. The Scenics Are from A Variety of Sources, Mostly Modified European and Walthers Kits. Locos Are from Bachmann, Atlas, Walthers and Broadway, With A Couple of Trackmobiles from Factory Direct Trains, Rolling Stock is from Various Us Manufacturers. All Stock is Fitted With Kadee Couplers, Mainly #5s and #148s. It is DCC Controlled Using an NCE Powercab and the Locomotives Have A Variety of Decoders Installed.
8. New Level Mill
7mm Scale, O Gauge
Mike Bragg
New Level, Now There's A Name to Conjure With. Well No, Abracadabra is A Name to Conjure With, But at Least As A Name New Level Has A Certain Ring to It. So, Questions, What's It All About, Why Such A Name, What and Where is It?
I Like Building Layouts Simply Because My Enjoyment Comes from the Journey, Rather Than the Finished Article. Well I Always Start at the Beginning and Finish at the End. Otherwise the Middle Becomes the Beginning and the End May Not End There. Or Something Like That. New Level is Yet Another Earl of Dudley based Layout and Yes, Another Piece of Bunkum. As This Will be the 12th Layout in A Series of Black Country Themed Layouts, It Has As Usual My Trademark Massaged History and Geographical Manipulation. The Layout is A Snapshot of Part of Round Oak Steel Works Brierley Hill
9. Rumbow Edge
7mm Scale, on 16.5 Narrow Gauge
Warley Model Railway Club

A Narrow Gauge Preserved Line in A Large Abandoned Quarry. The Line Runs Through Different Areas of the Quarry Including Some of the Underground Workings. The Part Shown is the Least Accessible Area and Was Used Between 1939 and 1942 For the Storage of Museum Valuables, at Which Time Track Was Laid Into the Underground Galleries. The Quarry Never Returned to Full Production and Was Abandoned. Later It Was Taken Over by A Mining and Quarrying Heritage Society That Has Re-Laid Track and Opened Parts of the Quarry As A Museum.
The Society Also Owns an Eclectic Collection of Machinery, Locomotives and Stock That Requires Varied Degrees of Attention from Time to Time. The Hidden Nature of the Area Shown Was Found to be the Ideal Secure Area For Their Service and Repair, Whilst the Line Passing This Area Gives Access to Some of the Galleries Open to Public View. The Society Has Laid A Passing Loop Giving A Convenient Place For Trains to Pass Or Await Access to the Galleries.
It is Gala Day so You May See Passenger Trains For Visitors, Demonstration Goods and Work Trains As Well As Movement in the Service Area.
Control is DCC Using the NCE System. The Circular Design Allows Something to Run Whilst We Chat to Visitors, Or so We Can Just Relax and Watch the Trains Go By. Two Dead End Lines Leave Near the Centre of the Back Scene to Provide Short Sidings That, With the Out of View Mainline, Form the Fiddle Yard.
10. Arley
4mm Scale, OO Gauge
Birmingham MRC

The Layout Was Originally Constructed by West Bromwich Model Railway Club, from Whom We Acquired the Layout A Few Years Ago.
It Can be Operated As A Separate Stand-Alone Layout Or Joined to the Club's Other Severn Valley Railway based OO Gauge Layout - Highley. This Enables A Variety of Options, in Either an L-Shape Configuration Or One Very Long Straight.
Operation Using Club Members Own Stock, Following Severn Valley's Own Standard Practice. Mainly Steam With Some Diesel, in Other Words " Just Like the Real Thing!"


Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th November
Darwen, Lancs, BB3 0AL
2019 Model Railway Exhibition
Organiser: Blackburn & East Lancs MRS
Venue: Darwen Vale High School, Blackburn Rd, Darwen, BB3 0AL

Open: Saturday 10am – 5pm
             Sunday   10am – 4pm
Admission: Adults £7 / Accompanied children free
Amenities: Free parking on site , exhibition on one level with good disabled access, refreshments.
Features: 12+ layouts in all popular scales including 29th Street Wharf (HO), Bucks Lane (00), Cajon Pass (N), Croglam Castle (00), Dallam (N), Drem (N), End Of the Spur (HO). Kitson Castle (009), Rishton (N), Scrooge Street (00), Tighte End Yard (00) , plus Thomas The Tank Engine, specialist traders, demonstrations.
Contact: Exhibition Manager Howard Foy, 01254-603965 or [email protected]
Website: belmrs.org
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Falkirk Model Railway Exhibition 2019

Our annual exhibition will be held on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November 2019
Saturday  10.00 - 17.00        Sunday  10.00 - 16.30

Forth Valley College, Grangemouth Road, Falkirk, FK2 9AD
Layouts attending:
EDEN ROAD                            CUPAR
DRAGONBY                             G BUTLER
SCARLINGTON                        SCARBOROUGH
DURHAM ST                            SCARBOROUGH
ROTERHAUSSEN                    G ARNOLD
LOCH BURN                           K TAYLOR
THOMAS                                 G SCALE
HELSTADT                              PERTH
TAM SHOOGLIE                     FALKRIK.M.R.C
MICRO CEMENT                    A STRATHIE
ASHTON STEEL                      BONNYBRIDGE
DALBY LANE                           BONNYBRIDGE
HUMBER YARD                      I RANKIN
BILLINGHAM                          J PARVIN
ST CUTHBERTS                      THISTLE
RIPPON CEMENT                  NMRA
BATHBURN                            PENTLAND MRC


A rather 'late in the day' announcement (tardiness on my part - not the club's) ...
Details of our annual exhibition :
Park High School,
Venables ave,
satnav – BB8 7DP
16th Nov - Saturday 10.00 – 5.00pm
17th Nov - Sunday 10.00 – 4.00pm
Confirmed layouts and traders  are: 
Ecclesford Junction - the Society’s own  modern image layout set in the North West featuring a wide range of motive power and numerous operating lineside animations
Cascade Yard – HO  Small American yard dealing with rail cars and a small amount of freight.
Obervaz – Hom  This is a fictitious layout based on the Rhatische Bahn,the largest narrow gauge railway operator in Switzerland
Ribbleton Moor – 00  The layout is based on Settle Carlisle area with a small goods yard.
Aventaclu – HO  the layout is totally fictitious somewhere in Switzerland.
Winter Village – N  the layout represents a small village in winter.
Hintertupfing – N  the layout is a fictitious Austrian diesel branch line set in the Tyrol. Freight is timber and timber products.
Heatherley – N  the layout is fictitious. There is a town at one end and farmland at the other.
Ragcliffside Junction – 00  the layout started as an end to end  as it linked the fictitious towns of Ragcliffside and Rigbywilliam and was  converted to a continuous run.
Traders: - 
R L Models,
Model Roads and Tramways, 
Tod Tools,
Powerbond Adhesives.
The Model Train Centre

Bassingbourn Village College, South End, Bassingbourne, Nr Royston, Cambs, SG8 5NJ
Situated two miles North of Royston on the A1198
Opening times 10.00am to 4.00pm
Admission £5.00 per adult and accompanied children are FREE!
Featuring 25+ layouts, approx 25 trade stands and demonstrations.
Light refreshments available.
Outside live steam miniature railway -weather permitting.
Free Car Parking and there is full disabled access and limited Blue badge parking
Classic bus service from Royston bus station and railway station to Bassingbourne.
Full details on our website as firm confirmations received: www.roystondmrc.co.uk


Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 November 2019
Sat - 10am - 5pm
Sun - 10am - 4pm
Adults - £5.00 – price held for SIXTH year
Children – free or £1.00 if unaccompanied 5 - 16
Family - na
In our efforts to help families in the current economic climate, we are giving FREE admission to all accompanied children.
Full Refreshments available. Free parking. Full disabled access. Regular bus service from town and railway station on Saturday.
The largest Model Railway Exhibition in Cumbria with 12+ layouts. Full trade support, Line Societies and demonstrations. See web site for more details.
If you require any further information about the event, please feel free to contact me
Workington MRE 2019 - List of Layouts etc a.pdf
Document gives full details of all attendees etc.


Free entry (donation to church).
Various gauge layouts, trade support, limited free parking, refreshments and disabled access.
Contact Mobile 07736 609462


Once again the Thornbury & South Gloucestershire Model Railway Club are putting on their annual exhibition at the Chantry, Castle Street Thornbury over the week-end of 16th & 17th November 2019. Amongst the expected 15 layouts there will be the usual mix of scales, locations and periods modelled. Once again our traders will be Lord & Butler, Eileen’s Emporium, and Tony Wilcox Railway related societies will also be represented.
Refreshments will also be available.
Opening times are:
Saturday: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday:   10:00am to 4:00pm
Admission: Adult - £5.00     Child – (5-16) £2.00 - Family (2+2) £10.00
For further information please contact Brian Drayton, Club Secretary – 01454 412657.


The Bassetlaw Railway Society is holding its 39th Model Railway Exhibition in Retford Town Hall, DN22 6DE
13+ layouts from G scale down to N gauge.
Traders, Railway Societies, Demonstrations and Refreshments.
Disabled access
Free parking on Sunday


This event begins 16/11/19 and repeats every day until 17/11/19

Brighton Model Railway Club will be having it’s 41st annual model Railway exhibition on the 16-17th November 2019.
Saturday Open 1000 to 1700
Sunday Open 1000 to 1600
Venue Patcham Community Centre
Ladies Mile Road
Admision is
£4 Adult
£3.50 Senior
£2.50 Child
£11.00 Family (2A+2C)
Layouts include
Swanage - Brighton MRC / the late Mike Stollery - OO BR 1950/60s
Ponts Mill - Andrew Knights- N USA
The Minories - The MRC / Tom Cunnington - EM BR 1970s
Abbey Street - Jas Milham - S BR 1950s
Portchullin -  Mark Tatlow - P4 BR 1970s
Holly Bank Grove - Ian Forsyth - OO BR 1950/60s
Charlton -  Dr Chris Carey - OO 1970's branchline.
Trade and Society support from
Morris Models
Tram 53
Roger James Books
Peter Jones sat only
Peter and Elenor Fox sun only
Brighton MRC Sales stand 
Refreshments all weekend from the world famous Daves Diner, homemade cakes, sandwiches, snacks and hot and cold drinks.
Disabled access, lift between floors.
Free parking on site and nearby.
Close to bus routes 5, 5A and 52.
Nearest station Preston Park.


Each November, the South Hants Model Railway Club hosts the annual Portsmouth Model Railway Exhibition.
Please note: The SHMRC portsmouth Exhibition is NOT connected to the Victory Club Exhibition (4th/5th April 2020).
Our venue is the Admiral Lord Nelson School on Dundas Lane, Portsmouth, between 10:30 and 16:30.
Not only is this the longest running model railway show in the area, but it is rapidly gaining a national reputation as an exhibition that shows the very best of this fascinating hobby.
Each exhibition has a carefully chosen selection of top-class model railway layouts and demonstrators. We are supported each year by a loyal band of traders and ‘gauge’ societies.
Full details of layouts, traders, demonstrators and societies, plus details of how to get there, can be found on the Club's website - https://www.shmrc.org.uk/exhibition/


Following on from our fantastic WYCRAIL 19 exhibition, we the High Wycombe and District MRS are holding an Open Day at our new Duke Street  Clubrooms, HP13 6EE on Saturday 16th November.
We shall be open between 10.30am and 4pm. Come along to find out more about the Society, our facilities, layouts and the benefits that becoming a member can bring. 
We will have club layouts up and running including our Hinton Parva and a number of members own layouts in attendance such as my own Canute Road Quay.
Check http://www.hwdmrs.org.uk/ for more information or drop me a PM
Light refreshments, much nattering and the playing of trains will be available.


Sleaford and District Model Railway Club Charity Model Makers Show
  In aid of the Lincs & Notts Air Anbulance
Entrance: £3.00 Adults
                  £1.50 Children
                  £8.00 Family
                  Under five’s Free
Sponsored by:
B&H Models
Magnet Insurance

Had a flyer given me of the Pontypridd Model Railway Exhibition in the Museum Sat 23rd  November 10 till 1630hrs and Sun  24th 1000 till 1600hrs 

This is a family themed show utilising mainly Club and Club member's layouts in various scales .
There will also be trade support, club shop and a full refreshment service.
All children have the opportunity to visit Santa and receive a gift. Full disabled access to all areas.
Additional attraction this year - Free admission to The Merseyside and South West Lancashire 009 Group Narrow Gauge Show.
Opening times 1000 - 1700.
Admission; Adults £3.50      Children £4.00 (which includes a visit to Santa and a gift).
13 layouts, 5 traders, 6 demonstrators plus 009 society layouts / trders / demos.


EM Gauge Society - Modelling Workshop
(Including EMGS AGM 2019)
Coleg y Cymoedd, Nantgarw Campus
Heol y Coleg
Parc Nantgarw
CF15 7QY
Saturday 30th November 2019
Open 10.00am to 4.00pm
Admission - EMGS members FREE, Non-members £4.00
Demos - Layouts - Traders - Refreshments

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      The Gauge O Guild is hosting a Virtual O-Gauge Trade Event from 09.30 to 16.30 on Saturday December 12th
      Go to the Guild's website and make the connection on the Home page.
      Attendance is free and is open to all, whether Guild Member or not.
      See the details and ask any questions you may have here:
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      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.
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      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.

    • 06 March 2021 10:00 Until 07 March 2021 16:30
      Event Name: The Lincoln & District MRC - 7th General Exhibition

      Classification: Exhibition

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

      Day 1: 6th March 2021

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

      Day 2: 7th March 2021

      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]
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      Confirmed Layouts will be added as soon as possible.
      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.
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