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ROMSEY Model Railway Exhibition 2014 - March 1st & 2nd


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Romsey and District Railway Modellers' Society present


35th Annual Exhibition




Crosfield Hall, Romsey, SO51 8GL



Exhibitors and Traders have been listed in the following post.






Entry Fees:

Adult    £3

Child    £2

Family  £8

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Here is the list of Exhibitors:
Bishop Street Yard                      OO gauge         London

Castlederg                                  4mm scale         Irish 3ft

Corris                                          OO9 gauge       Welsh NG

Eldon Sidings                              O scale              LSWR

Manifold and High Peak Railway O-16.5 scale      English NG

Melcombe Abbas                        OO gauge         BR

Oakwood                                    N gauge             Freelance

Penbooney                                 N gauge            SR / GWR

Priors End                                  OO gauge         BR (SR) Modern Image

Rheingauz                                  Z gauge            German

Tarrant Valley Railway                OO9 gauge       Private

Wolf Creek                                 HO scale           American




Card Models

Peter Bailey Paintings

Locomotive Construction - Peter Slade of CSP Models



Here is the list of Traders:


Amberley Services (Tools)

Kevin Robertson (Books)

MJH (Models)

Railwayania (Replica Railways)

Romsey & District RMS Sales Stand



For the peckish and the thirsty:


Sarah's Cakes provide the catering.



My car park sketch of Romsey has been added a few posts below.

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I usually go by bus to Bournemouth and on to Romsey by train. Peter, who owns the O gauge model of Eldons' Sidings, comes to the Isle of Purbeck Model Railway Group meetings where we are building an 0 gauge model of the Swanage Branch from Swanage to Wareham. I live in Swanage, which is twinned with Rudesheim, where Rheingauz is based and the owner of the Tarrant Valley layout is in the Wimborne Railway Society. I am looking forward to seeing these layouts again.

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I have made a few additions to the list of exhibitors, and have found my sketch map:




Regular readers of my annual missives will notice that the Romsey Signal Box project has been removed from the map this year. This is because of major works being carried out by their volunteers, which makes it unavailable for the usual public visiting days. For further information and to check the progress of their works, have a look at their web site here.

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It starts tomorrow!




Don't forget to visit our Club Stand - lots of goodies for sale from the members!


(Just finished looking out some surplus coach kits, books and some wagons)

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Good show again :) Wolf Creek was a super compact layout and tempted to ask how much but resisted as my modular US one is started.

Small but with a good variety and some very good layouts.

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A footnote for the exhibition.......


I would like to extend my thanks to all the exhibitors and visitors who came to our show over the weekend, and made it a good time for most - hopefully all - who were there.


Many thanks too, to the club members who stayed behind and helped to make the chair stacking, table folding and general clearing up just that little bit less onerous. :yes:


EDIT - and of course special thanks to our Exhibition Manager who spends months and months putting the show together.



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Glad it went well, I wasn't able to come today due to somebody's homework issues and Saturday wasn't convenient either. Any photos of what I missed?




Just for now, here is a picture of Wolf Creek - I'll make more available within the next few days.



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