RAILEX 2019

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RAILEX 2019

Postby David Bigcheeseplant » Tue Dec 11, 2018 7:33 am

RAILEX 2019

25th & 26th May 2019

Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Stadiun Approach
Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire
HP21 9PP

www.railex.org.uk

Saturday 10.00-17.30
Sunday 10.30-16.30

Free Vintage Bus between Aylesbury Railway Station car park and Railex

Layouts Attending:

7mm Scale


Arun Quay, 31.2mm Gauge, Exhibited by Gordon & Maggie Gravett,

Central Works, O Gauge, Exhibited by Luton Model Railway Club,

Crowsnest Wharf, 16.5mm gauge Exhibited by Trevor Hughes.

Midland in Bristol O Gauge exhibited by Richard Ellis

Newhurst, O Gauge, Exhibited by Cliff Williams,

Newton Heath Works 31.25 & 16.2mm gauge Exhibited by Mike Baker & Martin Finney.

Penfold Priory, O Gauge, Exhibited by Bridgend Model Railway Group,

Sherton Abbas, 31.5mm Gauge, Exhibited by David Stone,

4mm Scale

Bottom Works Sidings OO Gauge, Exhibited by Chris Matthews.

Dewerstone EM Gauge Exhibited by Steve Sims

Ellesmere, OO Gauge, Exhibited by Phil Greaves,

Leighton Buzzard (Linslade), EM Gauge, Exhibited by Tony Gee and Members of the Denny Family,.

Leysdown, P4 Gauge, Exhibited by Adrian Colenutt,

Longwood Edge P4 Gauge Exhibited by Iain Rice.

Newhaven Harbour, OO Gauge, Exhibited by Wirral and Wigan Finescale Railway Modellers,

New Kensal Green, OO Gauge, Exhibited by South Coast Rail Modellers Development Group,

3mm Scale

Lananta Quay Broad & Standard gauge exhibited by Nick Salzman.

2mm Scale

Cameo Callaton 9.42 Gauge Exhibited by Mick Simpson

Llangerisech, 9.42mm Gauge, Exhibited by Nigel Ashton,

Mini-MSW, 9.42mm Gauge, Exhibited by Alan Whitehouse,
1:148 Scale

Wickwar, N Gauge, Exhibited by Farnham and District Model Railway Club.

Traders
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.
Bill Hudson Transport Books: Carrying a huge range of railway books both new and second-hand.
C&L Finescale Track Building Systems: Track components and point kits.
Cheltenham Model Centre: Most ranges of RTR locos and rolling stock.
D&E Video - Realtrack Models - DC Kits - Legomanbiffo: Plastic kits for D&E modelling plus railway DVDs, and Fabulous Sound Decoders.
Dart Casting: Figures, rolling stock kits, road vehicles, you will find it all here.
Eileen's Emporium: Tools, sheet metal, rod, tube and any thing else you need for scratch building.
Golden Arrow: Locos not supplied by the main manufactures.
Gramodels: Suppliers of quality resin Military Vehicles/Equipment from 2mm to 7mm.
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 Hospitality".
Ian's Trains: Pre-owned OO & N gauge rolling stock.
Isinglass Models: Suppliers of fine scale LNER drawings used and recommended 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.A.R.C. Models Loco hauled coaches rtr, SR EMU's rtr, coach kit manufacturers.
Mega Points Controllers: In house built control systems for points.
Minerva Model Railways: Ready to run O gauge locos.
Model Railway Developments: Wagon and Coach underframe kits and bits, pre-assembled sprung buffers and white metal figures.
Modelu: Specialising in high resolution 3D printing of scale figures and detailed component parts.
N Brass Locos: Brass kits for N gauge.
PenBits Model Railways: A range of etched brass kits for adding sprung suspensions to proprietary 4mm scale diesel locomotives.
Petite Properties: Are designers & manufacturers of dolls houses, miniature accessories & railway model building kits.
Plus Daughters: N & Z gauge RTR and detailing parts.
Replica Railways: RTR, spares, transfers and the replica range of coaches.
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.
Rumney Models: Offer a range of finescale kits and components for the late steam / early diesel modeller.
Severn Models: Create model kits in etched brass, ideal for model railway builders.
Shawplan Model Products: Manufacturer of British Rail Modern Traction 2mm, 4mm and 7mm Nameplates and Detailing Kits.
South Eastern Finecast: Cast white metal locomotive kits in 4mm scale.
Sunningwell Command Control Ltd: Digitrax, Soundtraxx, North Coast Engineering, Train Control Systems (TCS) and CML and other products.
Taff Vale/Dragon Models: Have a range of 7mm and 4mm etched brass kits.
Tim Horn Lasercut Baseboards: Manufacturer of baseboards, precision scale replicas and layout accessories.
Tools 2000: Comprehensive selection of the Expo Drills and Tools for all your model making needs.
Wild Swan Books Ltd: All the Wild Swan books and Magazines can be purchased here.
Wizard Models Limited: Specialise in providing kits and components to our fellow model railway enthusiasts, particularly in 4mm and 7mm.

Note revised opening times 10am start on Saturday and 4.30pm close on Sunday
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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby Horsetan » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:06 am

:thumb
That would be an ecumenical matter.

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby steve howe » Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:13 pm

Arun Quay....absolutely brilliant!

(am I being lured over to the Dark Side? ;)) oh yes!

Steve

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby DougN » Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:30 am

Just stop that... I am being surrounded by people moving to O gauge... :evil:

No move temptations please! ;)
Doug
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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby David Bigcheeseplant » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:30 pm

I have updated the first post to include all the layouts.

We should be able to take card payment on the reception desks this year but not on the free vintage bus which will be cash only.

David

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby kelly » Sun Mar 10, 2019 6:59 pm

Looking forward to this show.
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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby Horsetan » Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:30 pm

A good excuse to give my old Citroën a run out....
That would be an ecumenical matter.

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby steve howe » Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:38 pm

Horsetan wrote:A good excuse to give my old Citroën a run out....



Good excuse to give my old wallet a run out...... ;)

Steve

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby Horsetan » Mon Mar 11, 2019 7:47 pm

steve howe wrote:
Horsetan wrote:A good excuse to give my old Citroën a run out....

Good excuse to give my old wallet a run out...... ;)


In the world of oleopneumatic Citroëns this can amount to pretty much the same thing....
That would be an ecumenical matter.

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby Phil O » Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:04 pm

I have been roped in too help Steve with Dewerstone. I had already made the arrangements to visit the show after seeing Rodger Hodgeson at the Bertie hall on Friday night. It needed a some changes to the logistics, fortunately I had not been able to book my train tickets, but had already booked a hotel room for Saturday night.

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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby Knuckles » Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:55 pm

DougN wrote:Just stop that... I am being surrounded by people moving to O gauge... :evil:

No move temptations please! ;)


Isn't Scale7 the usual temptation? :mrgreen:


Never been to a Railex, must change that.
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Re: RAILEX 2019

Postby Phil O » Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:48 pm

Knuckles wrote:
DougN wrote:Just stop that... I am being surrounded by people moving to O gauge... :evil:

No move temptations please! ;)


Isn't Scale7 the usual temptation? :mrgreen:


Never been to a Railex, must change that.



It's a cracking show, I have been for the last 5 years, ExpoEM , Wells and Scalefourum being the other must do shows. I have even organised my holidays to allow me to get too Scalefourum.

Phil


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