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  • Upcoming Events

    • 01 June 2024
      Model Railway Exhibition Bronwydd Arms Village Hall Carmarthen SA33 6BE. Layouts of various Gauges, Demonstrations, Trade Support. Ample Free Parking. Good disability access. Presented by The West Wales Railway Modellers, incorporating The West Wales O gauge Group. Adults £5, Juniors £4 ( under 10 free). Family (2+2 ) £12. www.wwrm.co.uk
    • 01 June 2024 Until 02 June 2024
      The Edinburgh and Lothians Miniature Railway Club (ELMRC) are hosting a new exhibition in Edinburgh at
      George Watson's College
      Colinton Road
      EH10 5EG
      Sat 1st June 2024: 10am – 5pm
      Sun 2nd June 2024: 10am – 5pm
      Adults (16 years and over) – £8
      Children (5 to 15, must be accompanied by an Adult) – £3
      Under 5s – Free
      Family (2 adults, 2 children) – £18
      Tickets are available on the door, or can be pre-booked for a discount at  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/elmrc.  Advance booking will close on Friday 31st May 2024.
      The following Layouts have been confirmed:
      Carr Street  -                      Steam era goods depot -                            O  - Renfrewshire MRC 
      United Mills -                     1950s/60s Scottish Industrial -                  P4 - East of Scotland 4mm Group)
      Cartom West -                   Modern Scotrail Terminus -                       00 - Tam Gault
      Dains Yard -                       1970s Scottish Shunting Puzzle -              00 - Dundee MRC
      Glendevon -                       1950s Scottish Branch line -                      00 - Edinburgh and Lothians MRC
      Glenkiln Road -                  1930s Southern Scottish Branch line -    00 - Glasgow & West of Scotland MRC
      St Cuthbert -                      1950s Southwest Scotland -                      00 - Thistle Modelmakers
      Tulloch Bridge -                 West Highland 2004-12 -                           00 - Martin Stewart / Scottish Modellers
      Balornock Goods -            1970s Glasgow yard -                                H0 - Kirkintilloch MRC
      Eastern Steel & Iron -       1950s/60s North American Industrial -  H0 - Stirling & Clackmannanshire District MRC
      Levenbank -                       Scottish ECML Post privatisation -            N  - Glenrothes MRC
      Nanjai Eki -                         Modern era Japan -                                     N -  Perth MRG
      Wallacetoun Junction -    1990s Scottish station -                               N  - Dundee MRC
      The following traders have been confirmed:
      Bernie Campbell
      Douglas Blades
      Franzi's Scenic Dioramas
      KMS Railtech
      Lathalmond Models
      Rainbow railways
      The following Societies and Demonstrations have been confirmed:
      Model Electronic railway Group (MERG)
      N Gauge Society
      An up to date list of attendees is on the club's exhibition website at https://elmrc.org.uk/elmrc-exhibition/
    • 01 June 2024 09:00 Until 15:00
      SFMR 2024 is back!
      This popular and well attended one day show takes place at the magnificent medieval Church of St. Mary’s in the centre of Shrewsbury. With 21 layouts already confirmed along with a host of traders and Railway societies there should be something for everyone!
      This year sees a dedicated section in the Trinity Chapel specialising in Narrow Gauge.
    • 01 June 2024 09:00 Until 02 June 2024 15:00
      This will be our second Exhibition at this venue. It is served by Northern Rail to Newton Aycliffe and has access from the Station Platform. Also buses from Darlington and Bishop Auckland 5 & 5A are within close proximity.. Full disabled access with free parking. Restaurant and bar facilities are available. 
      We have quality layouts from across England and Scotland. We also have a web page shildonmodelrailwayclub.co.uk where you can view the layouts and traders attending. The Exhibition opens at 10am both days and closes at 17-00 and 16-00 respectively

    • 01 June 2024 09:00 Until 15:30
      The Exmoor Coast Railway Modellers are proud to present our annual, 1-day exhibition, Exmoor Rail, on Saturday 1 June 2024 in Minehead. Over the years Exmoor Rail has built a reputation for quality layouts, traders & demonstrators. 
      This year, Exmoor Rail will be on Saturday 1 June, 2024 from 10:00 through to 16:30, at The West Somerset College, Bircham Road, Minehead, TA24 6AY. Car parking at the venue is free and hot & cold refreshments and light meals will be available.
      Our local college is a modern building and the venue is all on the ground floor. Free car parking on-site is easily accessed from the A39 main road. Look for our "Train Show" signage on the A39 from either direction at Minehead and our yellow banner near the car park entrance.
      This is our group's 12th annual exhibition, the organisers have over 30 years experience arranging such events and have an excellent reputation for selecting high quality layouts, plus wide and varied trade support.
      The Exmoor Coast Railway Modellers hope you can join us in Minehead, on the edge of Exmoor, to help us make Exmoor Rail 2024 yet another quality, fun and friendly event.
      Entry is £7 adult, £3 under 16, £14 family (2 adults plus children under 16) and this year we will be accepting card payments.
      Layouts attending so far:
      Sturminster Newton by Gavin Collins  - N scale, 1960s, BR Keane's Cove by Debbie McMillan  - HO scale, 1930s, Santa Fe Woodlands by Steve Fackrell  - OO scale, 1950-60s, BR(Southern) Ewe by Rob Gunstone  - OO scale, early 1950's, BR Baytree Road by Chris Rix  - OO scale, 1965-70, BR(W) Mill End by Chris Hill and Sam Clayton  - O scale, whatever they feel like on the day Lockdown Wharf by John Long  - OO scale, no set era, BR West & South Glenfile Whisky by John Davis  - OO scale micro, 1960s, industrial Bodmin Moor by George Damerum  - 7mm FS scale diorama, Era 5, Western, moody sky, ask George how he paints Great Snoring by the Plymouth North Road Railway Club  - OO scale, 1946/7, LNER Abercynon Fach by Brian Tucker  - OO scale, 1950-60s, Pontypridd Caerphilly and Newport Shobroke Road by David Vanstone  - OO scale, modern, preserved Southern Railway Lower Exbury by Alison and David Barker  - P4, 1952, BR(Southern) Kleine Albula by Nick Warren and Mervyn Kendall  - HOm scale, Late 1990s, Rhatische Bahn, there's snow  
  • Recent Event Reviews

    • New Forest Model Railway Society - Brockenhurst, Hampshire - Exhibition
      By Robin Brasher,
         Enjoyed exhibition. I came by train and had lunch at the Foresters Arms. I enclose pictures of Pine Wood, Ipleigh Castle, Parts Unknown and Castle Bevan. 
      I was interested to see that the Hornby Terrier locomotives would run on 9" radius curves at Iplegh Castle. The Parts Unknown TT 120 layout was the second exhibition layout I have seen in that scale.

    • Mendip24
      By John P.,
         Quite easy and fairly straightforward to enter an event.
    • Hillingdon Railway Modellers - Test Track Open Day
      By Solderpete,
         A friendly get-together and good chance to run your models.
      The refreshments are pretty good too. 
    • Lincoln district model railway exhibition
      By Dagworth,
         A well presented local club show with around a dozen layouts in 2, 4 and 7mm scales. The O gauge layout was actually one of the smallest layouts present.
      Layouts were a mix of entertaining fiction through to well researched models of real places and places that had previously had railways but modelled as though those lines had survived the Beeching cull. A good mix of steam era and more modern diesel content too. One exhibit showed the true definition of a tail chaser, the train missing it's own tail by about 2 millimetres.
      I was there helping with a layout presented as a work in progress that got quite a lot on interest showing how a layout was built.
      A good social and meal on the Saturday evening in a local pub added to a great all-round weekend.
      The show was VERY busy both days!
      My thanks to the organising club and to @Clive Mortimore for letting me be his wingman for the weekend
    • Lincoln district model railway exhibition
      By Clive Mortimore,
         Well done to Sean who organised the show.
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