Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th March 2022
Open 10am - 4pm Daily
Warwickshire Event Centre

This will be updated over the coming months as more exhibitors are confirmed.

  • 16mm Association Modular Layout
    This layout is built by various members who each contribute a baseboard or series of baseboards. These are built with a common joining interface where they join on to other contributor's boards.
  • 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.
  • Buckinghamshire Garden Railway Society "Whiteleaf Light Railway"
    The Whiteleaf Light Railway is our attempt to show in an indoor setting, what can be achieved in the garden of a typical home.
  • Chalfont - Gauge 3
    This layout represents a small GWR branch terminus station and goods yard. Trackwork is hand built using Cliff Barker products, buildings are a mixture of kit built and scratch built. Locos are sound fitted and battery powered by radio control. Rolling stock is all built from kits.
  • 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.
  • G Scale Society Publicity Layout - G scale
    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 One Miscellany
    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
    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.
  • Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Society
    This weekend we are pleased to be able 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Newchapel Junction - O gauge
    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.
  • Severn Mendip
    A portable layout representing the junction of two narrow gauge railway lines, as might be seen in Wales/Ireland, at a country station with a goods shed and yard.
  • Stanley Midland - Gauge One Model Railway Association
    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 Trackway
    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. Buildings are mainly from Pola and Piko whilst road vehicles include products from Burago and Nex.