Presented by Risborough & District MRC
Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Saturday 26th May 10.30-1730
Sunday 27th May 10.00-1700
Please note Railex 2012 does not fall on a bank holiday as the bank holiday has been moved into June for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, we decided it best to stay with our last weekend in May date.•
◦Groenen Creek, On30 Gauge, Crawley Model Railway Society, ‘Groenen Creek’ is an On30 logging layout based on American practice during the 1940/50s.
◦Horton Regis, O Gauge, Epsom & Ewell MRC, A London & South Western Railway (LSWR) terminus somewhere on the east Dorset coast in the early 1900's.
Inkerman Street O Gauge Micheal Byng LMS Society LMS station in war years produced as a series of articles im MRJ
◦Albion Yard, OO Gauge, Paul Marshall-Potter, 1950s through to late 1970s. The layout is operated with stock to suit time period, and is based in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.
◦Birmingham Moor Street, P4 Gauge, Scalefour Society West Midlands Area Group, The layout represents the terminus side the station in either the transition period between steam and diesel traction or in the British Rail corporate era of the late '70s and early '80s.
◦Brewhouse Quay, OO Gauge, Chris Nevard, This railway served Foster, Merriott and Dent Ales on the river Avon in the surburbs of Georgian Bath.
◦Brinkley, P4 Gauge, Tony Comber, BR (Midland) main line with WR connection. Station, goods yard and motive power depot.
◦Bron Hebog, OO9 Gauge, Cooper Hire MRC, It is a model of Beddgelert station on the rebuilt Welsh Highland Railway depicted around 2009 / 2010 when the railway was re-opened from Rhyd Ddu through Beddgelert and through the Aberglaslyn Pass to the south.
◦Burntisland, P4 Gauge, East of Scotland 4mm Group, This was the Southern terminus of the North British Railway system in Fife and the North. Passengers and goods had to transfer to ferry boats which took them across the Firth to Granton.
◦Canada Road, EM Gauge, Pete Johnson, Portrays a small exchange sidings on the fringes of a docklands area, covering a period 1960 to 1979.
◦Clarendon, P4 Gauge, Leamington and Warwick Model Railway Society, The terminus of a long since defunct branch situated off the West London Railway north of Kensington Addison Road circa 1908.
◦Diesels in the Duchy, EM Gauge, Damian Ross, It’s the late eighties/early nineties, where we have the remains of the Rail Blue era, large logo, Railfreight Red-Stripe and the beginnings of Sectorisation.
◦Llanastr, P4 Gauge, Rodney Hall, Set in 1914 this was the terminus of a branch at the head of the Rhymni Fach valley on the northern rim of the South Wales coalfield off the Brecon and Merthyr line between Newport and Rhymney.
Horsley Bank, P4 Gauge, Steve Howe, Industrial scene set in the West Riding area.
◦Penlan, EM Gauge, Sandy Croall, Situated on the LNWR's Central Wales Line between Craven Arms and Swansea Victoria, somewhere south of Pontarddulais circa 1910.
◦Yeoton Wharf, 14.2mm/21mm Mixed Gauge, Nick Salzman, This mixed broad and standard gauge set in north Devon between 1873 and 1892 on the London and South Western Railway.
◦Mini MSW, 2mmFS Gauge, Alan Whitehouse, Woodhead route set in South Yorkshire BR(E) in 1981.
◦Wenford Bridge, 1:152 Gauge, John Greenwood, The real Wenfordbridge goods depot was the inland island terminus of the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway opened in 1834. The line became well known to enthusiasts because the trains were pulled by one of three surviving Beattie 2-4-0 well tanks built in the 1870s and which survived to 1962.
■247 Developments: Etched name and numberplates, plus detail components and complete kits.
■Alan Gibson: 4mm and 7mm wheels and kits.
■All Components: All the electrical bits that you need to wire your layout.
■AMBIS Engineering: Manufacturers of primarily etched components for modellers for 4mm or 7mm scales.
■Cheltenham Model Centre: Most ranges of RTR locos and rolling stock.
■Comet Models: 4mm Loco and coach kits plus motors, gearboxes and other detail parts.
■Cooper Craft: Producers of their own 16mm and 4mm kits.
■DC Kits & D&E Video: Realtrack Models, Plastic kits for D&E modelling plus railway DVDs.
■Dart Casting: Figures, rolling stock kits, road vehicles, you will find it all here.
■Dragon Models: Have a range of 7mm and 4mm etched brass kits, together with a range of PO wagon and Pre Group company wagon transfers.
■Eileen's Emporium: Tools, sheet metal, rod, tube and any thing else you need for scratch building.
■Exactoscale Limited including the P4 Track Company: 4mm & 7mm, wheels, gearboxes and track making equipment.
■Finney and Smith: 3mm scale etches for some Great Eastern Railway locomotives.
■Freestone Model Accessories: Everything you need for structure modelling.
■Gramodels: Suppliers of quality resin Military Vehicles/Equipment from 2mm to 7mm.
■G.W. Models: George Watt's wheel press, quartering jigs and rivet tools.
■Golden Arrow Productions: Locos not supplied by the main manufactures.
■Green Scene: For all your scenic modelling needs.
■High Level Kits: Producer of state-of-the-art 4mm scale kits of the more appealing and unusual industrial locomotives.
■Hobby Holidays: A husband and wife team offering "Hobbies with Hospitallity".
■Ian's Trains: Pre-owned OO & N rolling stock.
■Isinglass Models: Suppliers of fine scale LNER drawings used and recommeded by modellers for over 40 years.
■Judith Edge Kits: 4 & 7mm scale brass kits for industrial diesels.
■London Road Models: Designing and manufacturing of 4mm locos and rolling stock etched kits.
■M.B. Models: Lima and Bachmann RTR ranges.
■M.A.R.C. Models: Loco hauled coaches rtr, SR EMU's rtr, coach kit manufacturers.
■Model Railway Developments: Wagon and Coach underframe kits and bits, pre-assembled spung buffers and white metal figures.
■N Brass Locomotives: Brass kits for N gauge.
■Noodle Books: A wide range of books specialist transport publishers.
■Parkside Dundas: Produce an extensive range of rolling stock kits, mostly wagons from the post group period, from 2mm to 7mm.
■Plus Daughters: N & Z gauge RTR and detailing parts.
■Radley Models: Provides resin and white metal kits (ex Harrow Model Shop) for tube and surface kits for London Transport railway models.
■Railwayania: RTR, spares, transfers and the replica range of coaches.
■Road Transport Images: A range of resin-bodied/whitemetal road vehicle kits.
■Roger Carpenter Photographs: Looking for that picture of a station or piece of rolling stock, you should find it here.
■Roxey Mouldings: Mostly southern railway kits in 4 & 7mm scales.
■Rural Railways: Detail components in OO and N if its made you will find it here.
■Shawplan Model Products: Manufacturer of British Rail Modern Traction 2mm, 4mm and 7mm Nameplates and Detailing Kits.
■Southwark Bridge Models: Manufactuer of some rather nice GWR & Southern prototypes in 4mm & 7mm Scales.
■Tools 2000: Comprehensive selection of tools for all your model making.
■Unit Models: Specialising in high quality, cast resin model railroad accessories, many at pocket money prices, in N, HO and OO gauges.
■Wild Swan Publications produce Model Railway Journal and other quality books and magizines
■Wizard Models (inc MSE/51L): Specialise in providing kits and components to our fellow model railway enthusiasts, particularly in 4mm and 7mm.