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RAILEX 2005 Model Railway Exhibition


Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Harvey Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Saturday 28th May 10.30-5.30
Sunday 29th May 10.00-5.00

Railex is bigger, better and goes two days in 2005. Our intention is to have the best show with the best layouts, demos and traders aimed directly at the serious railway modeller, and with the emphasis on quality: just look at the list of confirmed exhibits we have below. We have moved from our traditional date in October to our new permanent date over the May Whit bank holiday weekend, so we do not clash with other large shows and can book those specialist traders that support our hobby. Pete Waterman Railway Enthusiast and Pop producer will be opening Railex on Saturday morning and be in attendance both days with his trade stand Just Like The Real Thing.

Layouts Confirmed to date (May 2005)
Abbey Road, (OO), John Polly, London Transport underground in the current era.

Abbey Road, N Gauge, Giles Mockford, A contemporary might have been based in Gloucester.

Bagborough West, 3mm Broad Gauge, Nick Sulzman, This Broad gauge terminus shown as it might have appeared towards the end of the 1880s.

Basingstoke, N Gauge, Farnham & District MRC, A scale model of this Hampshire junction station

Bath Green Park, (OO), Taunton Model Railway Group, The Somerset & Dorset terminus all 65 feet

Billton, 3mm, Tony Briddon, Represents a small LNWR station in the 1950s.

Black Canyon, (0n3), Paul Stapleton, Denver & Colorado " a spectacular representation of this American narrow gauge railroad.

Blea Moor, (OO), Peter Kirmond, Featured in MRJ this prototype Settle and Carlisle station modelled in the 1950/60s captures the bleakness of this location.

Bodmin, (P4), North London Group, This is a copy in 4mm scale of this Great

Western Cornish station everything has been modelled exactly without a compromise.

Brookfield, (EM), Ray & Cida Earl Set in the 1920 this fictional model represents both the Midland Railway and the LMS.

Charwelton, (OO), Wolverhampton Model Railway Club, The Great Central's station in Northamptonshire modelled in the 1950 & 1960's.

East Dean, O Gauge, Hillingdon Model Railway Society, An might have been located on the former Hereford to Ross on Wye line.

Easington Lane, (EM), Ian Manderson, Corporate Blue in the 1970's

Harlyn Road, O gauge, Crawley Model Railway Society, LSWR and BR southern region in North Cornwall.

Konigshafen, Continental N scale 1:160, Nick Falconer This station is imagined to be on the banks of the Rhine in western Germany.

LLwydd, (OO), George Woodcock, This late 1980s early 1990s scene is based on a Cambrian Railway location. .

Queen Street Goods, (2mm), Richard Chapman, Set around 1950/60 Manchester this model is viewed end on and designed to represent the view over walls in to railway yards.

Smug Oak, O Gauge, Watford & District MRC, Middle England LMS territory in the 1930's

Stienbeck #2 Facility, American HO, Steve Grantham American switching layout.

Staverton, (P4), Simon & Terry Bendall, the current railway scene in the South Midlands.

Tinkers Green Sidings, Scale 7, Rob Thompson, Quarry to minor branch exchange sidings in the south of England.

Traders Confirmed to date (May 2005)

247 Developments: Etched name and numberplates, plus detail components and complete kits.

B.H. Enterprises: Kits, detail parts & pieces for all your N gauge needs.

Bill Bedford Models: Sprung W irons, loco chassis kits and etched components for 4mm scale.

Bratchell Models: RTR modern multiple units.

Buzz Models: Detail components for 7mm modern image modelling.

C&L Finescale: Track components and the Carrs range of solders and fluxes.

Colin Ashby: A wide range detail packs from various ranges for the 4mm modeller.

Comet Models: 4mm Loco and coach kits plus motors, gearboxes and other detail parts.

Connoisseur Models: 7 & 4mm gauge kits for locos and rolling stock.

Dart Casting/MJT: Figures, rolling stock kits, road vehicles, you will find it all here.

D&E Video & DC Kits: Plastic kits for D&E modelling plus railway videos & DVDs

EDM Models: Narrow Gauge kits and bits.

Eileen's Emporium: Tools, sheet metal, rod, tube and any thing else you need for scratch building.

Electra Graphics/N-thusiast Resprays: Graphics and Repaints for N gauge models.

FM Video:Retailer of locally made videos.

Fourtrack Models: Motors, wheels, scenic and other components for 4 & 7mm modelling.

Freestone Model Accessories: Everything you need for structure modelling.

Golden Arrow/OO Works RTR: Locos not supplied by the main manufactures.

Greenscene: For all your scenic modelling needs.

G.W. Models: George Watt's wheel press, quartering jigs and rivet tools.

Ian's Trains: Pre-owned OO & N rolling stock.

Jonathan Clay: Due to a family commitment Jonathan will not be in attendance this year as shown on some of our advertising, but will at Railex in 2006

Judith Edge Kits: 4 & 7mm scale brass kits for industrial diesels.

Just Like The Real Thing: Top quality O gauge locomotives and rolling stock.

Kevin Robertson Books: A wide range of books and videos from the specialist transport publishers.

M.A.R.C. Models: Loco hauled coaches rtr, SR EMU's rtr, coach kit manufacturers.

M.B. Models: Lima and Bachmann RTR ranges.

Martin Finney: Finely detailed locomotive kits in 4 & 7mm scales.

Model Loco Resprays: Your models repainted in to your chosen livery.

Model Signal Engineering: Etched and cast signalling components in 2mm to 7mm scales.

Modern Structures in Miniature: Modern building kits.

N Brass Locomotives: Brass kits for N scale.

No Nonsense Kits Producer of multiple unit kits and the old MTK range.

Pendon Museum: Find out about this unique museum of landscape and transport in Long Whittenham.

Pete Cowan: Pre-owned books and magazines.

Plus Daughters: N & Z gauge RTR and detailing parts.

Precision Paints: Authentic colours for railways in tinlets and sprays.

Railwayania: 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.

Rural Railways: Detail components in OO and N if its made you will find it here.

Sharman Wheels: Wheels, gears, and many other useful bits.

Shawplan Model Products: Detail parts for the modern image modeller.

Signs of the times: Current scale posters for all your railway and street furniture.

South Eastern Finecast: Cast white metal locomotive kits in 4mm scale.

Sunningwell Command Control: Digitrax DCC systems and decoders.

The P4 Track Company: Easy to assemble point kits and plain track for the P4 modeller.

Tools 2000:Comprehensive selection of tools for all your model making.
Totally Trains: Most ranges of RTR locos and rolling stock.

Demonstrations confirmed to date (May 2005)

Gordon and Maggie Gravett, Buildings

Phillip Hall, Plastic rolling stock construction

Paul Marshall-Potter,(Saturday Only)Weathering rolling stock

Societies confirmed to date (March 2005)

DEMU Society, Diesel and Electric Modellers United

The Scalefour Society

The S Scale Society

We have also moved location to the brand new Stoke Mandeville Stadium, at Harvey Road, Aylesbury (one mile from the centre of Aylesbury). The venue is directly behind Stoke Mandeville Hospital.

The venue offers superb facilities for a model railway exhibition with all exhibits and traders contained within one large hall (some 160 feet by 119 feet) that is just over 19 000 square feet of exhibition space. The extra room that this facility offers allows us to invite many very large layouts that other exhibitions just could not accommodate, in fact we have at least five layouts booked that are over 30 feet long with the largest being Bath Green Park at 65 feet long.

The whole complex is 100% disabled accessible, and is provided with a refreshment area in the entrance lobby where drinks, snacks and light lunches can be purchased. A seated balcony over looking the exhibition is available for those who wish to relax or have a break from the show at any time.

In addition to the list above we have also invited many more high quality layouts, demos and traders who have indicated that they will attend Railex 2005. We will not add them to the list above until we have had confirmation in writing. Keep looking out for updates to this page, and the model railway magazines nearer the time for further details. We have also lined up well-known modellers, who will be demonstrating various aspects of railway modelling and related topics.

Directions to the Exhibition
Stoke Mandeville Stadium is located just over one mile from Aylesbury town centre and situated directly behind Stoke Mandeville Hospital (both the hospital and stadium are within the town of Aylesbury). Click here for Map

By Car
Car parking is free. Follow road signs to Aylesbury then pick up signs for Stoke Mandeville Hospital (these are clearly marked from all major roads). Stoke Mandeville Stadium & Olympic Lodge are sign posted close to the hospital, turn by the Spar shop and High Tide fish and chips in to Harvey Road, the stadium is located at the end of this road. If using the stadium car park, please abide the rules and do not park in the disabled parking bays unless you are entitled to.

By Public Transport
If coming by train alight at Aylesbury railway station. Aylesbury is served by a fast and efficient Chiltern Railways service from London Marylebone or change at Princes Risborough if coming from the north via Birmingham Snow Hill or Banbury. Taxis are available from the station forecourt, although buses run from the adjacent bus station direct to the stadium (bus route 65) on Saturday. Alternatively use the red route bus service which goes from the bus station to the hospital every 10 minutes. From the hospital (entrance 2) though main reception to the stadium is only five minutes walk. The 324/323 bus service from High Wycombe to Aylesbury also stop by the hospital.

If you have any questions or suggestions about Railex for 2005 of subsequent years, layouts, trade, demonstrator or any aspects we might not have thought of please contact the new Exhibition Manager David Lane. We have already booked some excellent layouts for Railex 2006, but don't miss Railex 2005 - make a date in your diary now.

Click here for the report (with photos)

Happy Modelling
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