Each March we stage our annual exhibition in the Crosfield Hall here in Romsey. This was built in 1936, a largish hall for its time situated just to the south of the town centre and surrounded by car parks (there is free parking on Sundays in the car park adjacent to the hall). Ours may not be the largest exhibition in southern England but we try to ensure that in quality it is one of the best. We aim for a cross section of the hobby, from out of the box (albeit breathed upon) to scratch built, from the fun layout to fine scale. Unless we know the builder and therefore expect that our ideals for an exhibition layout will be achieved, no layout is invited unless we have seen it running under exhibition conditions. We look for reliability, entertainment and, unless the layout is purely for fun, realistic railway operation. Next year's exhibition, our thirty second will take place over the weekend of 3rd and 4th March 2012.
AAR Models (Diecast)
Kevin Robertson books
Railwayania (Replica Railways)
R&DRMS Sales Stand
Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society
Demos from club members
Romsey Signal Box
Cumberland Mineral Railway
Hedges Hill Cutting
Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch
Milborne Valley Light Railway
GWR brach line on Devon's south coast
Wagon repair facility in southern England
Narrow gauge in Cumberland
Barvarian branch line terminus around 1900
Modern image in south London
North Somerset colliery i n the 1920s
Romney ,Hythe & Dymchurch Railway in Kent
Narrow gauge set in Dorset.
New England USA in the 1950s steam & diesel
Ficticious Highland branch line terminus
Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway
Featuring a well known blue tank engine
Refreshments will be provided by Pig in a Bun.
Layouts from our 2011 show.
Layouts from some of our previous shows.
Click here for details of our 2010 exhibition with pictures.
Click here for details of our 2009 exhibition with pictures.
Click here for details of our 2008 exhibition with pictures.
Click here for details of our 2007 exhibition with pictures.
Click here for details of our 2006 exhibition with pictures.