Model Railway Forum banner
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
14 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Just thought i would mention the annual Roding Valley MRG Exhibition. Its at the Leytonstone Methodist Church, Leytonstone High Road, London. E11 3DA an the times/prices are10.30am and close at 5pm, Adults: £3.00, children/concessions: £2.00, family (2 adults + 2 children): £6.00

My Strackton Layout will be there so come and say Hello, other layouts and traders below

Layouts this year are.
Abbey Road, London Underground, OO gauge.
Haddon Bank, OO gauge.
Invergeachy, Scottish Modern Image, O gauge.
Mopsie Peat Bog, O9 gauge.
Newton Halt, OO9 gauge.
Pergatory, O-16.5 gauge.
Hornby Live Steam.
South Sheppey, Modern Image, EM gauge.
Watney Street, 1950/60's, OO gauge.
Woodknot, USA, N gauge.\
Alderbach, Z gauge.
Batcombe, from the Double O Gauge Association.
Inglenook from MTI.
Prospect Valley, HO Scale, American.
South Pimlico, OO Gauge.
Three Pagodas Pass, N Gauge, Burma, by Graham Weller.
Havengade, HO, Danish, Harbour and Roundhouse. DCC with sound.
Smatorp, HO Swedish, set in 1939. DCC.
Kyle of Lochinsh, OO finescale, 1974-78, Scottish.
Strackton, 'N' Gauge Modern Image, Jonh Henry.

Traders.
Andy Lynch. 2nd hand items.
Bill Bedford.
Connor and Butler.
Peter Cowan Books.
GSM Models, Linka and tools.
Inter-City Models.
Model Trains International, plus an 'Inglenook' layout.
Plus Daughters.
Railway Memories, DVD's, plus Z scale layout.
Ray Mansfield. New and 2nd hand model railways.
Reg Henderson. Kit built locos.
UK Train Sim.
North London Models.

Societies.
Alte Zeit Gruppe.
Cravens Heritage Trains.
DEMU.
Double O Gauge Association.
EM Gauge Society.
Epping and Ongar Railway.
One Railways.
Standard Steam Locomotive Company Ltd (incorporating the Hengist 72010 Locomotive Group).
Scandinavian Railway Society.
 

·
DT
Joined
·
4,794 Posts
Thanks for the info. Please make sure to add an entry to the Events calender so that we will be reminded closer to the time. Make sure to select Model Rail Events calender at the bottom, not the community calender, as that only lists birthdays.
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
Top