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 Posted: Sun Jan 19th, 2014 02:36 pm
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Railex 2014
Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Stadium Approach
Aylesbury
Bucks
HP21 9PP

24th & 25th May 2014

Free vintage bus from railway station to Railex and return both Saturday and Sunday

Adults £8.00

Child £5.00 (up to two children free on Sunday only with paying adult)

Saturday 10.30-17.30

Sunday 10.00-17.00

http://www.railex.org.uk



Layouts Confirmed

7mm Scale

•03.24 08-08-1963, The Great Train Robbery O Gauge, Luton Model Railway Club, Enclosed in a tent this diorama depicts the events which took place in the early hours of the morning of 8th August 1963.

Factory Lane Sidings O Gauge Alan Thompson

•Gweek North Quay, O-16.5 Gauge, Falmouth & District MRC, The Helford Valley Railway was a 2’ 3” narrow gauge line originally built to carry granite and copper ore from the district between Constantine and Stithians, to the quays at Gweek on the Helford River.

•The End of The Line, O & O-14mm Gauge, Giles Favell, This represents the transfer point of a very small coal mining operation, somewhere in the West Midlands area, in the early 1960's.

•Whiteoak Light Railway, O-16.5 Gauge, Martin Coombs, Is an entirely freelance industrial type railway and a figment of my imagination. Stock is either, kit built, scratch built or modified RTR, the golden rule is, if I like it, then it will run on the WLR.

4mm Scale
•Alloa, OO Gauge, Scottish Region Study Group, A busy junction of the real location in Scotland's gritty industrial heartland set in the 1950s to 1960s.

•Bath Green Park, OO Gauge, Taunton Model Railway Group, The layout depicts the area from the station to Bath Junction, a scale 3/4 mile and includes the station and associated buildings, period is the mid-1950s to the early 1960s.

•Blackgill, P4 Gauge, Eddie Ford, Blackgill is an attempt to portray the North Eastern Railway 1897 deviation line from South Pelaw to Consett. Fictitiously located just west of Beamish represents the transition period from steam to diesel.

•Bradfield Gloucester Square, OO Gauge, Tring & District MRC, The layout was inspired by the Midland Railway’s terminus in Bradford (Forster Square), the trains are run to a working timetable, which is based on a simplified BR summer one from the early 1960s.

•Cliffhanger, OO9 Gauge, I. G. Romodanovsky-Lodyzhensky, Is a model of the Glenthorne Harbour branch line that hangs on the North Devon sea cliffs at Countisbury Loop, the era modelled is the summer of 1935.

•Dewsbury Midland, OO Gauge, Manchester Model Railway Society, The layout is based on the Midland Railway's West Riding Lines project, proposed so that its Anglo-Scottish expresses could avoid Leeds. This junction station is modelled, as if the project had been completed in British Railway days.

•Earl’s Court, OO Gauge, Terry Tew, The Model.......assumes that the LMS and GWR built their own joint station at Earl's Court. This enabled them to divert some of their commuter and local passenger trains away from Euston and Paddington. Services had continued into the early 1960's, when this model is set.

•Ironstone, OO Gauge, Chris Nevard, South Lincs Ironstone railway inspired by the High Dyke line, exchange sidings and loading area, era run can be from 50s to 80s.

Prospect Point HO & HON3 High Wycombe Model Railway Society. logging/mining railroad in Montana in the last days of steam. Logs arrive to be sent on, or milled and pulped on-site. Ore from two mines is delivered on three different track gauges. Switchbacks (zig-zags) up the hillside climb 50 feet and connect three small junctions. Geared steam locos – Shays, Climaxes and Heislers – enable a scale mile of switching runs in difficult terrain.

•Tower Pier, EM Gauge, Geoff Ashdown, 'Tower Pier' is the terminus of the 'Metropolitan Widened Lines Extension Railway', running from Moorgate down to the Thames just to the North of the Tower of London. The model depicts the station in 1955.

•Ynysybwl, EM Gauge, Cardiff 4mm Group, A faithful replica of the prototype station and surrounding area in 1922 just prior to the Taff Vale Railway losing its independent identity at the grouping.

2mm Scale
•Vale of Oxbury, N Gauge, Carl Woodwards, A Western Region junction station somewhere in Oxfordshire in the 1960s with all the trimmings. Enjoy with Swindon’s finest Steam loco’s and new Diesel Hydraulics hauling scale length trains.

•Wadebridge, 2mmFS Gauge, John Greenwood, This is a model of the station in North Cornwall that was at the far west of the Southern Railway. It is part of my grand plan to model the lines between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Boscarne, Wadebridge and Padstow.

Demos
Gordon & Maggie Gravett Landscape and grassland modelling
Paul Bambrick 3D printing and design

Traders Comfirmed
247 Developments
Alan Gibson
All Components
Ambis Enginnering
C&L Finescale Modelling
Ceynix Railway Trees
Cheltenham Model Centre
Comet Models
Cooper Craft
D&E Videos - Realtrack Models
Dart Castings
Dragon Models
EDM Models
Eileens Emporium
Golden Arrow
Gra Models
Green Scene
High Level
Hobby Holidays
Ian's Trains
Isinglass Models
Judith Edge
Lionheart Trains
London Road Models
Marc Models / Electrifying Trains
Model Railway Developments
N Brass Locos
Parkside Dundas
Penbits Model Railways
Plus Daughters
Priory Books
Quainton Road Models
Radley Models
Replica Railways
Road Transport Images
Roger Carpenter
Roxey Mouldings
Rural Railways
Extreme Etchings / Shawplan
South Eastern Finecast
Sunningwell Command Control
Tools 2000
Unit Models
Wizzard Models[n

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I have updated the list of layouts and traders plus added the demos

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Good line up David.:thumbs



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Here is the Railex floor plan

 1. Railex Information Point
 2. R&D MRC Club stand
 3. R&D MRC Second hand stand
 4. Parkside Dundas
 5. 247 Developments
 6. Wizard Models
 7. All Components
 8. C&L Finescale
 9. Model Railway Developments
 10. Replica Railways
 11. D&E Videos Realrack Models
 12. Lionheart Trains
 13. EDM Models
 14. Scale 7 Group
 15. Missenden Modellers
 16. Eileen's Emporium
 17. Wild Swan Publications
 18. Radley Models
 19. Marc Models
 20. Isinglass Models
 21. Rural Railways
 22. Ian's Trains
 23. Unit Models
 24. Green Scene
 25. Tools 2000
 26. Cheltenham Model Centre
 27. South Eastern Finecast
 28. High Level
 29. Alan Gibson
 30. Dewsbury Midland
 31. Coopercraft
 32. Ambis Engineering
 33. London Road Models
 34. Comet Models
 35. Alloa
 36. Bradford Gloucester Square
 37. PenBits Model Railways
 38. Extreme Etches Shawplan
 39. Buckminster Ironstone
 40. Tower Pier
 41. Earls Court
 42. Scalefour Society
 43. Blackgill
 44. Bath Green Park
 45. Ynysybwl
 46. Dart Castings
 47. Hobby Holidays
 48. Quainton Road Models
 49. Great Central Railway Society
 50. Sunningwell Command Control
 51. Road Transport Images
 52. Priory Books
 53. Demos
 54. 2mm Scale Association
 55. Wadebridge
 56. Vale of Oxbury
 57. Roger Carpenter
 58. N Brass Locos
 59. Plus Daughters
 60. S Scale Railway Society
 61. Cliffhanger
 62. Prospect Point
 63. Gra Models
 64. Golden Arrows
 65. Gauge O Guild
 66. Ceynix Railway Trees
 67. Judith Edge Kits
 68. Pendon Museum
 69. The Great Train Robbery
 70. Factory Lane Sidings
 71. Dragon Models
 72. Roxey Models
 73. Gweek North Quay
 74. Whiteoak Light Railway
 75. End of the Line

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Are precision paints there Dave .  Cant see them on the list.



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No they have not done Railex for a few years as they stopped doing shows over bank holidays, although Roxey Mouldings do hold a big range of their paints

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Looks like a good turn-out of the trade.  Wish I could be there .....................:cry::cry:



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Thanks Dave .  I will be just back from hols ,but will try to get there.   I understood there was a parking problem at the venue ,is that so?   Is it better to get the vintage bus?



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There is free parking at the stadium but this does get full quite quickly, we have also hired the hospital staff car park so you can park free there too (our stewards will direct you there)  there is also the normal hospital car park but these charge by the hour.  There is also free on street parking around the stadium but please don't block drives etc.
We do recommend using our free vintage bus from the railway station car park, on the Saturday morning we have increased the service to every half hour, I hope to post our bus time table here shortly.


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Anybody from here going?


Also here's a link to half price tickets for the Coventry show in September

/www.model-railways-live.co.uk/Exhibitions/12-8/RMWEB_Live_/Ticket_Booking



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Mike wrote: Anybody from here going?





Also here's a link to half price tickets for the Coventry show in September



/www.model-railways-live.co.uk/Exhibitions/12-8/RMWEB_Live_/Ticket_Booking



I'm going, this is one of my regular/won't miss shows.
It's always well laid out, with a good mix of traders and
great layouts.


See you there, Jeff



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I hope to be there on Saturday.

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Just a week to go, we will be running our vintage bus from the Aylesbury railway station car park to Railex every half an hour on the Saturday morning then hourly in the afternoon and Sunday, we will also be selling Railex tickets on the bus to save you buying them at the stadium.

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