Royal Leamington Spa College

Warwick New Road, CV32 5JE

  

 

 For the convenience of visitors we are please to advise that a Lloyds Bank Cashpoint machine is available on site and can be found in the main Atrium adjacent to the entrance to the refectory restaurant.

 

The 43rd Annual Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Exhibition

will take place on

Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 10am until 5pm

and Sunday 4th March 2018 from 10am until 4pm

 Royal Leamington Spa College

Warwick New Road, Leamington Spa, CV32 5JE

N gauge, 1:160, 9mm Continental Pyrenees, NE SPain, present day.

G1 16mm/32mm : 1 foot- Preservatn ear, battery and live steam

7mm Narrow Gauge On30 set in America

7mm scale Narrow Gauge. England in the 1920s

1:25 scale (12mm:1foot) 16.5mm gauge narrow gauge layout.

7mm O gauge industrial layout

7mm O gauge layout, 55 feet long!

7mm O gauge layout set in the 1930s in Southwest Wales

7mm O gauge 1950s Earl of Dudley

4mm scale 9mm gauge OO9 GWR layout set in the early 1950s.

4mm Scale 9mm gauge OO9 layout of this Lincolnshire potato railway in the 1950s

4mm scale OO9 gauge layout of the Lynton & Barnstaple railway in the 1930s.

4mm Protofour 18.83mm gauge layout. Cromford & High Peak Railway. 1950s-1960s.

4mm Protofour gauge layout, set in Somerset in the British Railways Western Region, in about 1952

4mm OO gauge layout, joint GWR & LMS

4mm OO gauge modern image layout 

2mm N gauge, New South Wales, Australia, 1980s

2mm N gauge layout, modern image.

2mm N Gauge layout - British Railways in the  early 1960s

2mm N gauge layout, set in Western Canada in the 1990s

2mm N gauge layout in th 1950s/60s steam/diesel transition era, set in a busy (imaginary) Midlands town.

2mm N Gauge layout - 1985-1992 Modern Image, based on the EWS MPD near Bristol.

Our featured layout from the Leamington & Warwick Model Railway society at this year's exhibition is the 4-' x 16' O gauge layout Kimble.

The layout features a small, Great Central style passenger station, an MPD, and a dramatic viaduct. Since it was last exhibited it has gained a brewery near the station.

Welcome
·  Who am I?

I'm Nick - for over twenty years now I have been trading under the name Nick Tozer Railway Books. As a collector and enthusiast myself (before taking early retirement I spent thirty years in the footplate grades on British Rail) I have a good understanding of what has been published on the subject and how useful as a reference tool any particular title is - I enjoy searching for those elusive titles and if you ask me to conduct a search you may rest assured that when I find a copy it will be at a price that I believe reflects the true value of the item.

The Kitmaster Collectors Club was formed in 1990 by a small group of enthusiasts to document the history of Kitmaster models and also to help and encourage the collecting of them.

It is a non-commercial organisation which aims to link collectors together for the exchange of archive material, advice & information. Funds generated through kit sales are used for the day-to-day running of the club, to expand and research the Kitmaster archive, to prepare and distribute promotional material and to secure important kit collections for the club when these come on to the market. Members receive first refusal on all kits in club stock through the regular sales list. The club also provides an exclusive forum for the buying, selling or swapping of the kits. The club has over one hundred and fifty members worldwide and many associates.

http://www.kitmaster.org.uk/CollectorsClub.htm

Invitations to our trade supporters were sent out some time ago and at present Mark Reader, our Exhibition Trade Liaison Officer is busy speaking with traders, both familiar faces at our exhibitions, and new to us, to confirm their attendance at the exhibition. We shall release names as traders confirm their attendance in the very near future.

Several of our regular traders have retired over the past year, and we thank them for their support and offer our best wishes for the future.

My name is Andy Dayton and for many years I have specialised in, and collected, the excellent range of Wrenn "OO Gauge" Model Railway products (including  Wrenn/Lima "N" and Wrenn 152 Formula Racing) manufactured by G. & R. Wrenn Ltd, Basildon, Essex,  England. 

Metropolis Toys are specialists in vintage collectables, particularly TV and Film related toys, Action Man and other Action Figures, also selling Dinky, Corgi and Model Railways.

 Mail order worldwide is always a pleasure. Your surplus quality toys are always wanted and top prices are paid for fine examples.

O gauge resin models.

http://www.ogauge.co.uk/

Severn Models create model kits in etched brass, ideal for model railway builders, wargames, tabletop games and diorama builders, and now introducing kits for dollshouse miniatures.

Plus Daughters are specialists in N Gauge Model Railways and Accessories

 American N gauge Model Railways and Accessories by: 

Online Models  the home of Berko and Eckon

In the last two years we have increased the range of our signals, returning many old classic’s as well as introducing many new variants. This year we have introduced a range of yard lamps, and look forward to introducing many more in the years to come. All of our signals are compatible with block signal’s modules and a range of them are available to buy from us.

A Number of problem solving video’s are ready to stream on Our help section and Our YouTube channel so why not visit.

Introduction: London Road Models NE Class O/G5 locomotive kit. - Photograph courtesy Steamline SheffieldSerious about your modelling?

……….We are.

 London Road Models has been designing and manufacturing 4mm etched kits since 1988, when John Redrup produced some etched L&NWR 50′ non corridor carriage kits for the P4 exhibition layout London Road, to provide some much needed stock.

Since then, LRM has grown to provide one of the largest ranges of etched kits available to the 4mm modeller. The emphasis is on the pre-grouping period up to 1923, although the prototypes for many of the models in the range lasted into the post-grouping era of the 1930’s, with a significant number surviving into BR ownership.

Kytes Lights and Model Enhancements Lights, lots of them 

http://www.kyteslights.com/

Manufacturers of high quality scenic modelling materials, The BallastMate © Flockit © and many other innovative accessories

About: Green Scene was formed 29 years ago by John and Pat Lloyd. We are still the proud owners and continue in our passion to create modelling materials for the discerning modeller. Come and meet us at all of the major model railway exhibitions. Have a chat if you have time....We have!

http://www.green-scenes.co.uk/

Model Scenery Suppliers

4 Manor Court, Blaby, Leicestershire  LE8 4FW Telephone: 0116 278 5134   Credit Cards accepted    Mail Order Service available Scales: 2mm, 3mm, 4mm,

Services offered by this Supplier: Painting & Weathering, Weathering Powders/Acrylic Paints, Road/Landscape Paints, Eaziproducts Scenic range, Useful Modelling Tools and good quality Air Compressors, Airbrushes and accessories

We have been involved in layout construction for many years as part of our model railway hobby, with experience in both DC and DCC installations.

Elite baseboards can construct our boards in many variations with open or closed frames, and can supply your next dream layout, have a look at our growing Installations category for layouts we have in build or completed. (note: not all layouts we build are in this list as we respect or customers and always ask permission before publishing any layout)

Eileen's Emporium celebrated 30 years in business during the York model railway show, Easter 2016. Eileen's was founded by Eileen Pitchforth to supply materials for modellers. When she, and her husband Jim, retired about 10 years later the business was take over by Roger Sawyer. After 12 years the retirement bug hit again and in August 2009 Derek Russan became Eileen the Third!.

Derek has been a modeller all his life, a member of the Scalefour society for over 30 years and, before taking over Eileen's was also active in local model railway clubs.

We are one of the first UK companies to specialise in Digital Command and Control systems for model railways and have always made it our goal to advise, educate and assist modellers in the mysteries of DCC.Owned by Andy and Fiona Forty, DCC Supplies are keen users of technology which helps us provide service way above the staffing levels of the company, enabling focus on our customers' requirements. You'll find us at our shop, or at major exhibitions.Our Full time staff consists of:

King of Warwickshires model shops situated in historical Leamington Spa, Central England, close, buses, trains, parks and gardens with free on street parking for 2 hours. 

Currently celebrating 1999-2017, 18 years of shop sales and service since the last century, 42 years of modelling, 10 years national rail service.

 http://www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/shops/136-ClassicTrainandMotorBus

A large range of Ready-to-run models in many scales.

 http://www.cheltenhammodelcentre.com/

We carry a huge range of books for the rail enthusiast, run by a lifelong enthusiast, trading from the Peak Rail shop at Matlock, Derbyshire, and the online shop, we offer one of the most comprehensive selections of books covering virtually every aspect of land-based transport and shipping.

Welcome to International Model Railways and thanks for visiting!

We hope you can find everything you need. 

Trading for over 35 years, we offer a wide range of collectable Model Railways from the smallest T GAUGE to larger scale models.  The most popular from N gauge, through Z, HOe/009, HOm SWISS BEMO outline, to 00 gauge and American and Continental HO.

Welcome to the website of the European Railways Association - a society open to everyone interested in the railways of Europe.

Founded in Autumn 2013, this new association is for everyone interested in European railways, whether in full size or model. The ERA is solely web based although you may encounter our promotional stands at UK railway and model railway events. We welcome all prototype enthusiasts and modellers across the Continent irrespective of country, scale, gauge and make. Although occasional technical terms will appear in their native languages, our website is fully English language based.

We are THE organisation catering for both new and veteran railway modellers working in 4mm scale using a track gauge of 16.5mm - the most common for models of UK prototypes.

Our objectives are-

To welcome ALL modellers with an interest in OO.

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