Please note all details below relate to the 2024 show and will be updated on a regular basis. Last updated 26.10.23
16mm Association Modular Layout
This year sees the tenth anniversary of the 16mm modular group being set up. This layout is built by various members who each contribute a baseboard or series of baseboards.
Famous for smuggling activities of the past, on the most southerly part of the Isle of Wight, St Catherine’s Point. There were several proposed railway lines that never got off the ground including one from Ventnor to Freshwater.
Bromsgrove Society of Model Engineers
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.
Berry Hall Visitor Centre at Catherine de Barnes, known locally as Catney Barnes, a fictitiousrepresentation of the Berry Hall Estate Railway based on Sir Arthur Percival Hayward’s 15inch gauge original railway
Common Road Wagon Works is an imaginary fragment of the wagon works at Common Road Salt Works in Stafford. Common Road demonstrates that you do not need a large space to model in O gauge nor ridiculously deep pockets
Coventry Model Engineering Society
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.
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 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.
Hampton End was a small branch line link serving a small village. After the closure of the line many years ago, a group of local rail enthusiasts reinstalled the tracks and buildings and most weekends trains can be seen running.
Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Society
We are pleased to announce that the club have raised sufficient funds to be able to commence the construction of an outdoor 100 meter (approx.) circuit for 32mm & 45mm gauges on land adjacent to our clubhouse. Please visit our stand for more details of the project.
LWMRS is the local club closest to this exhibition venue and is now fully operational again with meetings taking place as normal. You can find more information about the club and details of how to find the clubhouse by visiting our website at www.lwmrs.co.uk.
This vintage Playmobil layout consists of three continuous counter-running circuits, each is controlled by a 5 amp 20volt transformer with remote speed controllers.
Lough Motive Power Depot
Lough M.P.D. is loosely based on the track plan of Slough W.R. in 7mm fine scale with the old and well-tested method of D.C. Control.
Based on the Somerset & Dorset railway station at Midsomer Norton, south of Bath. This scenic 45mm gauge steam layout captures the flavour of the dismantled line, those who know the station will recognise it’s features.
National 2 1/2 Gauge Association
The National 2 1/2 Gauge Association was formed in 1975 to halt the declining interest in this historic gauge.
16mm scale on 32mm gauge track and is based in Welsh slate territory. The unique feature is that all the scenery is from real plants, growing in soil. It still uses the R/C live steam locos but with all new rolling stock.
This layout has been built with children in mind and features the famous Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends. Locomotives and rolling stock are from Bachman and LGB running on 45 mm gauge LGB track.