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 Posted: Sun Jul 12th, 2009 05:06 pm
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David Bigcheeseplant
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Some advance details for Railex 2010, yes there will be 2mm/N gauge layouts just waiting for the confirmation, plus hopefully a few surprises too! get the dates in your diary.


There will be over 20 layouts,around 50 traders and demos, as these are confirmed I will add them to the list below.


Railex 2010
Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Harvey Road
Aylesbury
HP21 9PP

Saturday 29th May 2010
10.30-17.30
Sunday 30th May 2010
10.00-17.00

Website http://www.rdmrc.nildram.co.uk/
Confirmed layouts

Albion Quarry O Gauge Bob Alderman
Arne Wharf 009 Chris Nevard
Blakeney EM Geoff Kent
Clinkerford P4 John Darch
Dainton Bank O Gauge Peter Talbot
Dinas Bleanau 0-14 Paul Holmes
Grafenwalde HO Tim Hale
Grove Ferry Junction S Scale Robin Fielding
Kilbrandon S Scale Paul Greene
Lower Soudley Iron Works P4 SHAG
South Harefield P4 West London Group
Westford OO Westford Railway Modellers

Free vintage bus from Aylesbury Railway station

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The final lineup and details of Railex which is next month

Presented by Risborough & District MRC
RAILEX 2010
Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Harvey Road
Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire
HP21 9PP

Saturday 29th May 10.30-1730
Sunday 30th May 10.00-1700

WEBSITE http://www.rdmrc.nil...railex2010.html

CONFIRMED LAYOUTS (April 2010):
Albion Quarry 7mm (O Gauge): Bob Alderman
Anderstaff Yard 4mm (EM) Brendan Walsh
Arne Wharf 4mm (009): Chris Nevard
Bawdsey 4mm (EM) : Paul Marshall Potter
Blakeney 4mm (EM): Geoff Kent
Clinkerford 4mm (P4): John Darch
Connerburn 2mm Jim Watt
Dainton Bank 7mm (O Gauge): Peter Talbot
Dinas Blaenau 7mm (0-14): Paul Holmes
East Lynn & Nunstanton S Scale : Trevor Nunn
Grafenwalde 3.5mm (HO): Tim Hale
Grove Ferry Junction S Scale: Robin Fielding
Kilbrandon S Scale: Paul Greene
Lower Soudley Ironworks 4mm (P4): Shropshire & Herefordshire Group - Scalefour Society
New Mills 4mm (OO): Cooperhire MRC
Quai: 87 3.5mm (P87) Brian Harrap
Totnes 2mm (N) John Birkett-Smith
Treneglos 4mm (OO): Stafford Railway Circle
Westford 4mm (OO) Westford Modellers Group
Whitchurch Road 7mm (O gauge) Paul Bambrick

Demos
Malcolm Smith Cottage & structure modelling
Nick DeCourtias Scratch building coaches from card and paper (see Model Railway Journal No. 105)
Philip Hall Wagon & rolling stock contruction

CONFIRMED TRADERS (April 2010)
247 Developments
Alan Gibson (new for 2010)
ALL Components
Bill Bedford Models
Brilliant-Baseboards.co.uk
Cheltenham Model Centre (new for 2010)
C&L Finescale
Comet Models
Dart Castings
David Geen (new for 2010)
DC Kits & D&E Videos
Dragon Models
Eileen's Emporium
Exactoscale Ltd & The P4 Track Company
Finney and Smith
Freestone Model Accessories
Golden Arrow Productions
Gramodels
GW Models
High Level Kits
Hobby Holidays (new for 2010)
Ian's Trains
Inter-City Models
International Models
Judith Edge - Etched Brass Kits
Kevin Robertson Books
London Road Models
MB Models
Marc Models / Electrifying Trains
Model Loco Resprays
N Gauging
Parkside Dundas
Phoenix Precision Paints
Plus Daughters
Railwayania
Road Transport Images (new for 2010)
Roger Carpenter
Roxey Mouldings
Rural Railways
Shawplan
Southwark Bridge Models
Sunningwell Command Control
Tools 2000
Unit Models
Wild Swan Publications
Wizard Models (inc MSE/51L)


Societies
Great Central Society
O Gauge Guild
RMWeb
Scalefour Society
Scale 7 Group
S Scale Society


Free Vintage Bus Service
We will be providing a free bus service from Aylesbury railway station direct to Railex and return every forty minutes during both Saturday and Sunday. The service will start half an hour before Railex opens and the last bus will depart Stoke Mandeville Stadium a few minutes after the show closes each day.
The bus service will be run by a vintage routemaster bus.

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That looks like it will be a really good show David

A very good mix with a lot of kit type traders there aswell

Is that your club that is running it?

Brian

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Yes its the Risborough & District Model Railway Club although I am the exhibition manager

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Your going to be busy in the weeks to come then David

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henryparrot wrote: Your going to be busy in the weeks to come then David

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I have been busy in the past few weeks too, plus I am planning for Railex 2011, 2012 and 2013

David

 

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Parking at William Harding School

Free parking for Railex visitors is available at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in marked bays, in previous years we have also used the William Harding School for additional car parking spaces. This year due to unannounced building work at this location we are unable to use the school for extra parking as we have done in the past,

We hope to secure additional free parking in Stoke Mandeville Hospital staff areas in the hospital grounds adjacent to the stadium car park and some extra grassed areas at the stadium itself.

We would like recommend that visitors may like to use the town centre car parks and use the free and excellently restored Routemaster bus from the railway station to Railex that runs up to every forty minutes.
Car parks in Aylesbury are free on Sunday and we recommend the long stay Friarscroft (588 places) car park close to the station which is £3 for all day on Saturday and free on Sunday detail on all town centre car parks can be found here http://eplanning.ayl...s/aylesbury.htm .

The roads around the school and stadium car parks are residential and although have no parking restrictions should you park there we would like to keep our neighbours happy so please abide with all road parking regulations, park safely and keep all access areas and driveways clear. There is likely to be more space on the school side of the railway line.

Stoke Mandeville Hospital car parks that are located close to Railex are chargeable but at the weekends generally tend to be quiet. Charges are: 2 - 4 hours: £3.00 and 4 - 8 hours: £4.00. see their website for full details. Access from the hospital is next to the Cancer Care Unit, just follow the road from the pay & display carparks.

http://www.buckinghamshirehospitals.nhs.uk/getting-to-stoke-mandeville-hospital.htm

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The floor plan can now been seen by going to this page and clicking on the floor plan http://www.rdmrc.nildram.co.uk/railex2010.html

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Hi Dave, I've had a look at the floor plan and it's very clear - one of the best I've seen done. Could you tell me how it was done please, is it hand drawn or computer generated??

Hope to be at the show on the Saturday, by the way. :thumbs:thumbs

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I draw the plan up to scale in AutoCAD and thats what we use to mark the floor out, I then make a copy and tidy the floor layout up so I have just simple boxes rather than scaled dimentions, Each box then has a polyline drawn round it and number circle added and colour fill added, one colour added for layouts another for trade, demos and club info points.

Hope this helps

David   

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Thanks David, that's certainly helpful :thumbs:thumbs

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Here is a map of the car parks at the stadium and close by



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This is the bus and train times for Saturday 29th we still await the revised times from Chiltern Railways for Sunday as soon as we get them I will post them here.

There is no break at lunchtime on the vintage bus service this year, if it gets very busy we will add extra runs during the day.

The No.50 service bus to Halton runs every half hour on the same route and departs from the bus station rather than the railway station.

David

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Here is the Sunday vintage bus time a Red Routemaster on the Saturday it will be a green RML

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Thanks for the information David.  Looking forward to being there on Saturday! 

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Here is a slightly revised Sunday bus timetable we have added an extra bus around lunchtime 



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As a taster here are some photos of the layouts at Railex this weekend, Anyone coming along?
David



Whitchurch Road


Dainton Bank


Kilbrandon


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That last photo is stunning! I'll be visiting saturday morning David. Will keep an eye out for you.

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If you have not been before the photo gives an idea of the size of the show, it was taken at last years show by Anthony Mead.

 



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Here are some more photos of Whitchurch Road I took this afternoon, in the flesh this layout looks even better!

 








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