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Presented by The Exmoor Coast Railway Modellers, the show is held in a bright, modern venue, adjacent to Minehead station right on the seafront. There will be approximately 15 layouts plus demonstrations, Societies and wide trader support. There will be hot & cold food/drinks available all day, plus parking right outside (Pay & Display) and free parking in surrounding streets. The West Somerset Railway is also holding its annual Steam Fayre on the same weekend, so there is a great deal to attract enthusiasts.
 
OPEN: 10.00AM TO 4.30PM
 
VENUE: The Minehead Eye, Mart Road, Minehead, Somerset, Ta24 5BJ

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The Association of Bexley Charities ’78 will hold a charity Toy and Train Fair will have sales stands with new and pre-enjoyed model railways (Hornby, Bachmann, Dapol, Farish, Fleishmann) spare parts; books; stamps; Sci-fi; Tinplate, die-cast vehicles (Dinky, Corgi, Matchbox etc); Dr Who;  teddy bears; puzzles.
 Refreshments will be available                  
 Free level parking
 Adults £1.50, accompanied children FREE
 Enquiries: 020 8310 5018 or [email protected]
 Bus B16 from Welling and Falconwood railway stations stops outside the community centre.
 www.bexleych.wix.com/bexley-charities-78

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Leyland Model Railway Club Exhibition Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th August to be held at Leyland Civic Centre, West Paddock, Leyland PR25 1DH to include Layouts, Demonstrations, Trade Support, & Childrens Corner. Catering Air Conditioning fully accesiable  Adults £ 5.00 Juniors £ 3.50 Family 2+2 £ 13.50

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ST Andrews model railway exhibition is held in the Town Hall just of South Street .
 
The Exhibition is a week later this year so misses the showmen and market which has recently turned into to much bother  on the Sunday to park .
 
Times are Sat 10.00 till 17.30  Sun 10.30 till 17.00

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Brighton Model Railway Club will be holding one of its sales days at the Clubrooms. London Road station, Shaftesbury Place off Ditchling Rise, Brighton BN1 4QS.
From 1000 to 1400 on Saturday the 17th of August 2019. 
A range of preowned locomotives and rolling stock from most manufacturers will be available for sale. 
 
The club members will also be able to show you around the Clubrooms and facilities and answer any questions you might have.
 
http://www.brightonmrc.com/diary.htm

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Bishops Stortford Model Railway Exhibition
Saturday 17th August 2019
10.30am to 4.30pm
Birchwood High School
Parsonage Lane
Bishops Stortford
CM23 5BD
Birchwood High School, Parsonage Lane, Bishops Stortford, CM23 5BD
Admission:  Adults £5.00 Children £2.00  Family £10.00  
20+ layouts in main scales/gauges ; 7 trade stands selling new and second hand stock, and modelling materials, 5 society stands and a number of club stands featuring other transport activities our members pursue. Manhattan Grill catering outside plus ride-on live steam model engineers track (small additional charge). 2 mins from M11 Junc 8; large free car parks at front and rear (follow signs please).
see bsrailsoc.org.uk for further details.

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The clubrooms will be open from 10am to 4pm on Sunday 18th August.
Come along to meet the members and see the layouts currently under construction.
The club's Stanley layout will be running along with a couple more.
Free parking available on Garden Street.
Free tea and coffee.
For more details contact [email protected]
WRMS Open Day 2019 Poster V3.pdf

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Weds 21st Aug
 
All welcome at this popular monthly social drinkies night for model railway fans held in SE London (zone 2).    The bar has a Ni gauge and 009 gauge layout built in so feel free to bring locos.    Fine selection of real ales from Kent.   Uusual lot who turn up include the OO gauge Ascc crew who you would have seen on James May 'The Trouble with Hornby' and also members from the local model rail clubs in the area.      The venue is The Ale Bar, 443 New Cross Road, New Cross, London, SE14 6TA. We will be here from 6pm.    It is 2 mins from New Cross BR and on bus routes 53. 453 and 177.  There is a bike rack outside and free parking from 7pm outside.   www.thealebar.com     hope you can all make it, great chance to chat to other model railway fans over a pint. 

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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 24th August 2019

Opening times Day 1: 10am - 3pm

Prices: £5

Disability access: Yes

Car parking: No

Website:

Organising body: Hillingdon Railway Modellers

Organiser: Peter Storey, mob 07941747903, [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.

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Full details of the forthcoming model railway show at King Alfred School, Highbridge, Somerset  TA9 3EE are now fully confirmed.  The online exhibition guide is now available on the club website and will be updated as necessary.   http://www.burnhamanddmrc.co.uk .  The initial guide is also available on RMweb.
 
15 model railways confirmed from O to 009.
 
Step free access.  Ample free parking.  5 minutes from the M5 J22.  Walkable from Highbridge & Burnham railway station.
 
A good selection of traders are supporting our event.
August_website_document.pdf

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Darlington Model Railway Club are delighted to hold its annual exhibition at the Head of Steam railway museum Darlington.
10am to 16.00 Sat/Sun. Over 19 layouts of various gauges and trade support.

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This event 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.
 

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  • Upcoming Events

    • 26 October 2019 Until 27 October 2019
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      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.
       
      Venue:
      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
       
      Admission:     
      Adults: £7 (accompanied children go free)
      Child: £3
                 
      Club website www.hgdmrs.org.uk
    • 26 October 2019
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      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 )“.
       
       
    • 26 October 2019
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      Newbury MRC Exhibition
      Saturday 26th October 2019
      10am  -   4.30pm
      St Bartholomew’s School
      Buckingham Road
      (Off Andover Rd)
      Newbury
      Berkshire
      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
    • 26 October 2019
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      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.
    • 26 October 2019 Until 27 October 2019
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      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
       
      7mm

      Arun Quay
      Teign House Sidings (GWR Broad Gauge)
      Arfer Yard
       
      S scale
      Blakey Rigg  - new layout on RMWeb
       
      4mm
      Chapel-en-le- Frith(Central) as seen in RMWeb
      Middleton Road (EM)
      Outwell (EM)
      Crawton
      Bunroyd Works
      Merthyr Riverside (EM) addee
       
      HO
      Munrow (USA)
      Vaill - Rhb Swiss (HOm)
       
      TT
      Hemyock...now replaced by Midford S&DJR
       
      2mm
      Ivey Bridge (FS) -new
      St Ruth (FS)
      Shirebrook
      Batterdale
       
       
      Trade support , free  car park, excellent refreshments
      More details as and when.
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