Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th September 2021
Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4
Warwickshire Event Centre

Below are the details of all layouts confirmed at present for the 2021 show, this will be updated over the coming months.

  • Aldergrove
    A fictional small town station in N Gauge.
  • Ambleton Vale
  • Brinklow
    Based on Brinklow station part of the Trent Valley line between Rugby and Stafford. Set in the BR days between 1950 to 1965.
  • Brookfield
  • Crossharbour D-4 (5)
    A twin loop N Gauge layout depicting a fictional harbour station and quayside in the lead up to the D Day Normandy landings.
  • Dent Head
  • Freshwater
    Freshwater was the western terminus of the 12 mile long Freshwater, Yarmouth and Newport Railway on the Isle of Wight.
  • Gonaeno
    Japanese layout
  • Gun Case Layout
    At 53" long, this is the largest micro-layout made by the builder to date.
  • Kings Park
    Based on a location north west of London on the West Cost Main Line in the 1980's.
  • Le Club 143
    N gauge layout in circa 1935 cutlery box.
  • Longhirston
  • Meldon West
    A ficitional quarry facility layout, modelled during the transition from BR Blue to BR Sectorisation in the late 80's.
  • Millfield Depot - Modern Image
    BR Blue period diesel depot in 1977-1980, Using the available DCC sound fitted locos like the Class 40 and others which may be fitted with a few none sound locos. NCE is used for control.
  • Port William
  • Sandy Bay
    A freelance N Gauge layout located on the North Yorkshire coast using elements of the Scarborough and Whitby Railway.
  • Tipton Sub - Division
  • Todmorden Midland
  • West Wick - Modern Image
    Our layout is based from 1990's to present day. It comes with a fiddle yard at one end and a station, harbour and storage yard at the other. The harbour line is running on an auto shuttle and sees a variety of traction.
  • Yorkshire Pennines
    Yorkshire Pennines is set in the present era in a part of the country where the rugged Pennines meets the Yorkshire Dales and Moors.