Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September 2024
Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
Warwickshire Event Centre

 All information below relates to the 2024 Show, more information will be updated over the coming months.

 

  • Ashfield
    The track plan is loosely based on Ashburton in Devon with Peco code 55 track. The period is the 1950s to1960s. The layout is a single line continuous run and is controlled by DC analog.
     
  • Bad Durkhiem Ost
    A spa town in western Germany in the Rhineland Palatinate. It is served by narrow gauge tramways and a standard gauge mainline. This model is a fictional branch terminus on an extension from the main line to the town.
     
  • Bahnbetriebswerk Königshafen
     
  • Barton
    Construction began in June 2017 inspired by a documentary on the railways of the Great War. It has a single platform station and buildings and activities that a railway would have employed during 1917 to 1919
     
  • Brinklow
    Based on Brinklow station part of the Trent Valley line between Rugby and Stafford. Set in the BR days between 1950 to 1965.
  • Broadwater Junction
     
  • Brook Lane
    A midlands depot under the control of trainload coal serving the trent valley power stations and local coalfields using a variety of loco classes can be seen & an adjacent small yard sees freight traffic and permanent way services.
     
  • Cucknoe
    This layout depicts a typical cross country branch line in the summer of 1960. Inspiration came from the former Stratford upon Avon and Midland Junction Railway.
     
  • Denby Road
     
  • Diesel and Electric Modellers United (DEMU)
    DEMU is an independent society catering for all modellers of the railways of mainland Britain in the Diesel and Electric era regardless of scale/gauge affiliations or modelling ability.
  • El Cremallera
    This is a representation of a railway in Catalunya, in north east Spain. It was electrified from the start, with all-the power equipment being supplied by Brown-Boven, and is fitted with Abt rack with a maximum gradient of 15%.
     
  • From South-Germany to England
    The layout will show different scenes along a typical modern German electrified main line. You’ll pass the Monastery of “Blaubeuren”, fields, rivers, farms, a typical train depot and an impressive steel bridge with a funicular at the side.
     
  • Hither Green PAD
     
  • Holgate
    A representation of the East Coast Main Line south of York station. The track plan is as it existed prior to electrification in 1988, and consists of six main lines and four “holding” sidings.
     
  • Inverkeithing
    Inverkeithing is the second station after crossing the Forth bridge into the Kingdom of Fife and is situated on the north side of the Firth of Forth. It was chosen as it has the most stopping services on the line through Fife.
     
  • 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.
  • Long Hirston
    Long Hirston is a four track loop with an automated fiddleyard to allow for plenty of movement and good range of trains. Some of the modules have yards which allows for additional shunting.
     
  • Malken
    The concept started in 2020 following an article in the N gauge Society Journal about the Eheim trolleybus system which dates from the 1960s.
     
  • Market End
    A small DCC layout with two full working loops and a branch line that runs up to an upper level with a small market and shops. With lots of buildings on the layout that have interior details and lighting adding to the realism.
     
  • Martini
    A fictitious location, but buildings are modern, all buildings made from the Scalescenes downloadable kits from paper and card, most buildings have internal lighting, and all street and platform lights are operational.
     
  • Millfield Depot
    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.
     
  • North and South
    A display of 2 contrasting scenes on either side of a scenic break, one side a very small station in Scotland north of Inverness; the other a re-creation of the Dulverton Junction in Devon.
     
  • Shirebrook
    The layout was built to illustrate the potential that N scale provides the modeller, the ability to portray a prototype in miniature without the need of acquiring a barn!
     
  • Singen
    A fictional Epoch V/VI rural setting in South Germany, a railway with full catenary and plenty of train movement to watch. Railway of the month in Continental Modeller in May 2021.
     
  • Smalldale Quarry
     
  • St Caths
     
  • The 2mm Scale Association
    Founded in 1960, the 2mm Scale Association exists to promote finescale modelling at the scale of 2mm:1ft. Members gain access to our exclusive component range, designed to enable simple and accurate construction.
  • The N Gauge Society
    We are a non-profit organisation, run by volunteers for the benefit of N Gauge modellers. We have several thousand members worldwide, and welcome new members, whatever their current skill levels.
  • Vintage N Gauge
    The Vintage N-Gauge display will focus on Minitrix models planned but not made and early Graham Farish N Gauge models.
     
  • Wincklesea Modular
     
  • WorldWide Group of the N Gauge Society
    An established group dedicated to further the modelling of railways outside of UK in N scale. Regular and informative good quality magazines with specialist documents available to Members through website.