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This represents a closed railway. Fortunately the preservation movement was able to finance and purchase the railway and infrastructure and then setup a preserved Line.
A popular 40" challenge layout built with Peco track and Metcalfe buildings within a small space to inspire you.
A vintage railway in between scales layout from yesteryear. A scale now making a comback.
HQ of narrow gauge Railway near Canterbury, as in the 30’s.
Narrow gauge railway Dockside layout with lots of working features
A challenge to build a 30” wide layout for the Wessex Narrow Gauge Modellers 30th year.
A small central European industrial town. Suburban main line with bus connections, car parking and a monorail link to the shopping centre combine with an old narrow gauge terminus site to form a transport interchange.
Industrial colliery scene with steam and diesel.
Our newest club built layout featuring GWR and SR companies on a line that traverses North Hampshire.
A Southern Region single-track through station in north Cornwall with a branch into clay dries.
A riverside wharf with grain, oil terminal, associated warehousing and dry dock, served by a dockside rail system. Set in the South of England in the 1950-60s.
A freelance layout of an American narrow gauge railroad in On30. You will see locomotives and stock from the Colorado and Southern and Denver, Rio Grande and Western.
Compact GWR model, very short for O gauge trains.
A Lego model railway layout with buildings, one the children will enjoy.
Family (2+2) £12
Cash Only Please
10.30 to 5.00 Saturday 4th March
10.00 to 4.30 Sunday 5th March
Light refreshments will be available.
Each March we stage our annual exhibition in the Crosfield Hall here in Romsey. This was built in 1936, a reasonably large hall for its time and situated just to the south of the town centre with surrounding 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.
Some Photo's & Videos From This Years Show.
YouTube Videos Courtesy and copyright Keith Tucker..