Friday 17th - Sunday 19th January 2020
Friday & Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 10am - 4.30pm
Alexandra Palace, London

All club information relates to the 2019 show, and will be updated in the Autumn of 2019.

  • 10 1/4" Gauge Society
    The society has been formed to create a forum for the exchange of information, expertise, skills and experience in 10 1/4" and larger scales.
  • 7 1/4'' Gauge Society
    The Society was founded by people with aims different to usual Model Engineering Society. The main aim is to act as communicator between people working in this gauge.
  • Association of London Modellers
    The Association of London Modellers, if you live or work in London, England, why not join us on the last Wednesday of every month at our club meeting.
  • B17 Locomotive Trust
    The mission of The B17 Steam Locomotive Trust is “To build and operate an LNER Class B17 4-6-0 express passenger steam locomotive to be known as 61673 SPIRIT OF SANDRINGHAM for mainline and heritage railway use.”
  • Blackheath Model Power Boat Club
    Founded in 1928 by Cecil Abbott and Joe Jepson last year saw the club celebrating 90 years. From the very beginning the members have always designed and built their own boats and engines, both steam and petrol.
  • Brickish Association
    The Brickish Association is a UK-based community of Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs). We are a very active community both on and off the Internet. Our members are interested in all aspects of LEGO.
  • British Model Flying Association (BMFA)
    The BMFA is the National Governing Body for the sport of model flying. Its aims are to promote, protect, organise and encourage model flying within the UK. (see the Articles of Association).
  • Buckinghamshire Garden Railway Society
    The Whiteleaf Light Railway is our attempt to show in an indoor setting, what can be achieved in the garden of a typical home.
  • Chelmsford Society of Model Engineers
    The club started in 1930 as the Locomotive brotherhood becoming CSME in 1935, our interests cover all forms of model engineering from steam to horology. Members also operate Chelmsford City Miniature Railway.
  • Chingford & District Model Engineering Club
    CDMEC is 75 years old, our members come from all walks of life and do not necessarily have an engineering background. Membership is open to either gender from 10 years old.
  • East Surrey 16mmm Group (Indian Hills)
    The object of the Group is to promote narrow gauge railway modelling at approximately 16mm = 1ft running on 0 gauge (32mm) track giving a prototype 2ft gauge or 1 gauge track to represent 3ft gauge.
  • Fairy Bricks
    Fairy Bricks donate LEGO sets to children’s hospices and hospitals, brightening the lives of sick children in hospital.
  • Gauge 1 Model Railway Society
    Gauge One is often described as being a combination of Railway Modelling and Model Engineering. Happily the blend of skills and interests makes for an Association with a flavour all of its own.
  • Gauge 3 Society
    The organisation's aims are to encourage interest and participation in building and running scenic gauge ‘3’ model railways, while encouraging friendly co-operation within the membership by means of informal meetings.
  • Hanwell & District Model Society
    HDMS was originally founded in 1967 by a small group of enthusiastic Modellers with a common interest in Model Boats.
  • Happy Hobby Modellers
    We sail at Black Park, Slough and other waters where permitted. We like to encourage the hobby and encourage new young people to get involved.
  • Harlington Locomotive Society
    As a model engineering society, we have a broad range of interests within the society, and meet weekly throughout the year.
  • Harrow & Wembley Society of Model Engineers
    The Society continues to provide a public amenity in Roxbourne Park, by running passenger services every Sunday afternoon throughout the summer months.
  • Ickenham & District Society of Model Engineers
    We are a vibrant model engineering society located in the village of Ickenham on the north western edge of London. We hold regular meetings at our headquarters in the centre of the village.
  • Imagineering Foundation
    The Imagineering Foundation introduces 8-16 year olds to the fascinating world of engineering and technology through fun, hands-on activities.
  • IPMS Barnet Model Club
    The club has been running for over twenty eight years, and we have about 25 members at present. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at the Finchley Sea Cadets hut. All types of modeller are welcome.
  • IPMS Hornchiurch
    The club is held on the 3rd Monday of the month, starting at about 7:30pm and usually ends at about 10:30pm. The club currently consists of about 30 members.
  • Maidstone Model Engineering Society
    The Society was originally founded in 1929 as a Meccano club by our founder Mr. Wicks for his two sons who were interested in the construction sets at that time. We are interested in all railway modelling.
  • Ministry of Steampunk
    We take the past and wrap it in a new imagination, creating a history that should have been. We are a collective of designers, engineers and artists who recreate totally unique versions of some of culture's favourites.
  • Model Hydroplane Club
    A good selection of model hydroplanes will be on display.
  • Moorhen Model Boat Club
    The club sails at Roydon village marina, near Harlow, Essex and holds regattas as well as attending many shows. The club also holds social events such as bowling nights, quiz nights, club dinner and an annual BBQ.
  • Northern Association of Model Engineers
    NAME is an association of clubs rather than individuals. It was formed in 1945 to “promote, encourage, develop and organise the model engineering movement in the north of England”.
  • Northolt Model Railway Club
    We were formed in 1950 and since then our members have enjoyed permanent accommodation within the Northolt Village Community Centre. There is a wide range of railway interests within the club.
  • OO Live Steam Club
    The OOLS Club is a non-profit making organisation, is free to join and is a mine of useful information about the OO Live Steam locomotives.
  • Polly Owners Group (Miniature Railway)
    The Polly Owners Group has been formed by people who enjoy building and running their locos. Over the past few years a number of rallies have been held for Polly owners to attend, run their locos, meet others and exchange ideas. Following the success of these rallies the idea of an owners group was put forward.
  • REMAP (Coventry and Warwickshire)
    We are a branch of Remap, a national charity that provides custom-made equipment for disabled people. Our skilled volunteers provide practical solutions to everyday challenges encountered by disabled people.
  • Romford MEC
    The Romford Model Engineering Club was established in 1934 and was one of the first model engineering clubs in the British Isles. As a club we are not solely railway orientated.
  • Royal Spithead Review& Keel Historic Harbour
    Two displays of around 900 1/1200th scale model ships and harbour equipment covering over 5,000 years of maritime history. One laid out as if at a Spithead Review, the other as a working harbour.
  • Society of Model & Experimental Engineers
    Headquarters building is in South London. Our members’ interests cover all the traditional model engineering topics plus a keen interest in the future of the hobby and a desire to see it expand into new subject areas.
  • Southern Federation of Model Engineering Societies
    The Southern Federation was founded to promote and encourage all aspects of model engineering, with the accent on the club/society aspect of the hobby.
  • St Albans & District Model Engineering Society
    The Society was founded in 1947 to cater for people interested in Model engineering and all related activities which includes model locomotives, trains, traction engines, stationary engines and more.
  • Steam Apprentice Club (SAC)
    The Steam Apprentice Club is an organisation for young people interested in road steam engines. The club was founded in 1979 by the National Traction Engine Club.
  • Surface Warship Association
    We are an international group of modellers with a specific interest in warships of any nation. We have an archivist who controls an archive of books, drawings and information which is available to members.
  • Sussex Miniature Locomotive Society
    ​The Sussex Miniature Locomotive Society (SMLS) was formed in 1951 and opened its raised level track three years later on 10th May 1954.
  • Tamiya Truckin
    We are a group where like-minded Tamiya enthusiasts get together at shows to display their Radio controlled creations! The Trucks and Trailers are 1:14th scale some have been customized, some are standard.
  • The Holden F5 Steam Locomotive Trust
    The Holden F5 Steam Locomotive Trust, formed in 2003, is constructing a replica of the Great Eastern Railway’s M15r (latterly LNER F5) Class of locomotives, designed by James Holden.
  • The Model Railway Club
    We are the world's oldest Model Railway Club, established in 1910, and still one of the leading lights in the model railway world.
  • The Society of Ornamental Turners
    We were formed in 1948 with the object to encourage, develop and promote the study and practice of the art and science of Ornamental Turning. There are now around three hundred members world-wide.
  • The Young Engineers
    Eastleigh Young Engineers is a small teaching club training young engineers on a one-on-one basis in a small home workshop in Crawley, Hampshire.
  • Victoria Model Steamboat Club
    Two traditions of the club continue today. One is the large number of family groups who are all members is common and the other notable tradition is the long service of many members of the club and also its officers.
  • Welwyn Garden City Society of Model Engineers
    Amongst the membership there is a range of interests which includes R/C boats, Straight Running, Steam, Plastic kit models, Electronics, Engineering etc.
  • West London Meccano Society
    The West London Meccano Society, founded in 1978, is a premier Meccano club with members in the UK and overseas, and is affiliated to the International Society of Meccanomen.