Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March 2020
Open 10am - 4pm Daily
Warwickshire Event Centre

All information relates to the 2019 show. 

  • Battenberg - G Scale
    Stand/s: F
    The idea of the late Mich Marwood of the ‘G’ scale society to show how a limited space can be found for a portable ‘G’ scale shunting puzzle.
  • Bromsgrove Society of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: H
    Bromsgrove SME based at Avoncroft Museum of Building has facilities for 16mm and gauge 1 models. Meetings are held on Tuesday and Sunday, please visit us on site to speak to a member or visit our website for additional details.
  • Buxworth - OO Gauge
    Stand/s: N
    Buxworth is a small town in the Midlands at the end of a short branch of the Midland main line to Derby. The branch is of course imaginary, but tries to recreate the Midland Railway scene in the mid 1930s.
  • Chalfont - Gauge 3
    Stand/s: L
    Chalfont Gauge 3 represents a small GWR branch terminus station and goods yard. A regular passenger service is supplemented by freight workings shunting the yard and local dairy.
  • Corscale on Severn - O Gauge
    Stand/s: M
    This layout is built to coarse-scale O gauge stands (7mm to 1 foot) to present modern tinplate trains produced in a ‘retro’ style. It recreates the kind of layout that might have been created before the Second World War.
  • Coventry Model Engineering Society
    Stand/s: D
    A group of like minded people interested in all things model engineering, specifically model locomotives, both steam and battery powered, traction engines, stationary engines and specialised workshop equipment.
  • Fowlers Lake - On30
    Stand/s: E
    The On30 model depicts the terminus of a branch of the Pacific North Western R. R. Fowlers Lake is also the junction for a portage railroad, the Fowlers Lake Railway and Navigation Co.
  • G Scale Society Publicity Layout - G scale
    Stand/s: I
    The G Scale Publicity stand aims to try and show what we do, in the garden, in the loft or anywhere we can. It is all about enjoying the trains.
  • Gauge 1 Vintage Tinplate Trains Group - Gauge 1
    Stand/s: R
    Toy trains from the first 35 years of the 20th Century. Over forty locomotives with passenger and goods stock. Six tracks running continuously on a 30 foot long layout.
  • Gauge One Miscellany
    Stand/s: B
    This is a semi static display of gauge one loco’s, coaches & wagons in various scales associated with the Gauge One Model Railway Association. These being 1/32, 1/30.5 and 1/29.
  • Hampton End - G scale
    Stand/s: C
    Hampton End was a small branch line link serving a small village. Most of the freight that used the line was fish from the quayside.
  • Mwch Grumblyn - 16mm scale
    Stand/s: A
    The layout is a typical small country railway where the models represent 2ft or 3ft gauge narrow gauge trains, modelled at a scale of 16mm/ft or 1:19 scale.
  • National 2 1/2 Gauge Association
    Stand/s: G
    The National 2 1/2 Gauge Association was formed in 1975 to halt the declining interest in this historic gauge.
  • Newchapel Junction - O gauge
    Stand/s: K
    Newchapel Junction is a large finescale “O” Gauge layout representing the post-grouping period and based somewhere in the Yeovil area where the SR and GWR ran together.
  • Stanley Midland - Gauge One Model Railway Association
    Stand/s: J
    Presented by The Midland G1 Group of Modellers. This portable exhibition layout is to a scale of 10mm to 1ft. Modelled on a fictitious main line station, during the steam era, with island platforms.
  • Thomas's Trackway - G Scale
    Stand/s: Q
    The layout includes, Thomas and Percy and a few small engines. It has recently been enlarged for the bigger engines Emily and James and there is a small circus tent and train. There is plenty to see!
  • Tyddyn Bach - 16mm scale
    Stand/s: O
    Tyddyn Bach is a layout set in Mid Wales with the emphasis on showing that large scale, live steam layouts do not have to be massive. This portable layout fits comfortably in a family hatchback.