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Railex 2007
It has been mentioned in some other forums that Railex Aylesbury is worth a visit and this is just under two months away held on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th May on so pop the date in your diary now.

RAILEX "The one to visit".

Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Harvey Road
Aylesbury
HP21 9PP

See full details at http://www.rdmrc.nildram.co.uk/railex2007.html

OPENING TIMES:
ENTRANCE: Adults £6.50 Concessions £5.00 Children £4.00 Family £16.00:
Free entry for up to two accompanied children with paying adult (Sunday only).

Railex hosts the very best quality layouts, with approx 50 manufactures/traders plus demos within one massive 20 000 sq. fully disabled assessable venue.

Special feature for 2007 is the very best in Diesel & Electric modelling including the layouts Mostyn, Wibdenshaw, Oldshaw and Cement Quay.

Layouts Confirmed
Aldbury Town 4mm scale P4
Alton 4mm scale OO
Burwell Fen 2mm
Cascade Yard 7mm scale American narrow gauge
Cement Quay 4mm scale OO
Dinas Ddu 7mm scale narrow gauge
East Street Wharf 4mm scale EM
Ellis Road 7mm scale O gauge
Halifax King Cross 4mm scale P4
Hamilton American N
Happisburgh 7mm scale O gauge
Hoath Hill Halt 3mm scale
Midland Sidings 4mm scale P4
Mill Street Goods 7mm scale O gauge
Mostyn 4mm scale P4
Morse Junction HO
Oldshaw 4mm scale EM
Sykes Bridge Shed 7mm scale O gauge
Vine Street 7mm scale O gauge
Wibdenshaw 4mm scale EM

Demos
Gordon & Maggie Gravett will be in attendance and will be bringing along one or two boards of their new French layout.
Phillip Hall: Weathering
Mike Peascod: Plasticard modelling
Brian Daniels: Diesel Modelling
Simon & Terry Bendall modelling the contemporary scene
Tim Venton, Using computers to design model railways

Traders confirmed to date
*New for 2007
247 Developments
Bill Bedford Models
C&L Finescale
Comet Models.
Connoisseur Models
Dart Casting/MJT/Montys
David Stapleton Engineering
D&E Video & DC Kits
Dragon Models.
Eileen's Emporium
Exactoscale Limited including the P4 Track Company
Finney and Smith*
Freestone Model Accessories
Golden Arrow Productions
GSM Models & Accessories
G.W. Models
Hobbyview
Intercity Models
International Models*
Judith Edge Kits
Kevin Robertson Books
London Road Models
M.A.R.C. Models
M.B. Models
Model Loco Resprays
Model Signal Engineering
N Brass Locomotives:
N-Gauging*
Neal's N-Gauging Trains
No Nonsense Kits
Parkside Dundas*
Peter Cowan
Plus Daughters
Phoenix Precision Paints
Radley Models
Railwayania
RL Foto*
Roger Carpenter Photographs
Roxey Mouldings
Rural Railways
Skytrex
Sunningwell Command Control
Tools 2000
Totally Trains
Wild Swan Publications

Details on free parking and public transport links are fully listed on the web page www.rdmrc.nildram.co.uk/railex2007.html
 

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>It has been mentioned in some other forums that Railex Aylesbury is worth a visit
and I have said nice things about it on this one... it's been a confirmed date in my diary for some time. I already have a shopping list - liquid lead from Eileen's, some more wagons from Parkside....

Highly recommended.

David
 

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"It has been mentioned in some other forums that Railex Aylesbury is worth a visit
and I have said nice things about it on this one..." When I said forums I really meant threads, as I was thinking of what you had said on the Ally Pally thread.

Anyway it would be good to meet with up with anybody here who is coming along, so please make yourself known.

Please note
Other than Railex the stadium facilities are open to those using the swimming pool or gym and therefore the main car park tends to get very busy in the mornings. It is recommended that all Railex visitors head for the adjacent William Harding School (access off A413 Wendover Road). This has ample free parking and is for the exclusive use of Railex visitors and is only a two-minute walk via a pedestrian link direct to the exhibition.

Aylesbury is easy to get by car from most parts of central and southern England. If coming from the north use the M40/A41, from the south M25/A41 and west A34/A41. Aylesbury is also served by a fast and efficient Chiltern Railways service from London Marylebone, Birmingham and the north. Buses run from central Aylesbury to close to the stadium (route 53 Sat only) or the adjacent hospital (300) on a very frequent basis.

David
 
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