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Belper Model Railway Exhibition Saturday 29th March 2014

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Plans are well advanced for this year's exhibition and we hope that the snow will not reappear after last year's cancellation!


Please note that the date is currently incorrectly listed in UK Model Shops as Saturday 22nd March. This should be changed very soon as the correct details have now been submitted.


In meantime there are 10 layouts promised from Z to 0 gauge with full trade support.


More details soon.

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The following are definitely confirmed:


David and Colin Wrght. Malcs Models, Loughborough Model Shop, 12 volts DC and Derby Railway Books. Ecclesbourne Valley Railway and The LMS Patriot Project.




Bygone Model Railways, (00); Zwei Rund Eisenbabaun (Z); Spires Road (00); Idridgehay (00); Lowfield City (00); Severn Wharfe (0) Club Modular Layout, work in progress (00); Club Thomas Layout (00).


Several more layouts and trade stands to confirm.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Starting to set up tomorrow ready to open at 10am on Saturday.


Here is what I hope is the final list of layouts and stands, some changes/additions from those listed above:




Bygone Model Railways. H0.

Die kleine Odysse der bayrischen Bimmelbahn, see Continental Modeller, March 2014, N.


Lowfield City. 00.

Severn Wharf, O.

Spires Road, Chester’s Field, 00.

Thomas, 00.

Aylett End, 00.

Belper Model Railway Group Modular Layout, 00.

Zwei Rund Esseubabaun, Z.


Demonstration: Model Buildings - David Wright.




LMS-Patriot Project.

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway Association.




Malc’s Models of Ilkeston.

Stevenson Carriages and Milholme Models: 4mm scale Carriage and Loco Kits;

12 Volts DC - Hand tools, signals, lights and electronic components.

Great Central (Model) Railways.

Railway Bookshop, Derby.

Railway Art and Model detailing. Colin Wright.


See you Saturday.

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Thank you to everyone who organised the day. I had a enjoyable time Chester's Field was great and I picked up some great tips and ideas from the Gentleman who was showing Lowfield City.



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