Model Railway Exhibition
Saturday 22 April 2017 - 10am to 5pm
Sunday 23 April 2017 - 10am to 4pm
St. Edwards School, London Road,
Romford RM7 9NX.
How to find us >>
- Bolland Road & Turton Green
N Gauge, by I & WEMRC N Gauge section
- Box Road
OO Gauge, Colin & Julie Palmer
N Gauge, by Paul Evans
- Cato Pass
OO Gauge, Laurie Calvert
- The Convertible Line
OO Gauge, by Colin Whitelock
- Crown Electrolyte Plating Works
O Gauge, by Mark Chandler
- Cusworths Yard
EM Gauge, by John Davy
- DCC Demystified
DCC demo in various scales, by Bob Perrat
- Durham Road TMD
O Gauge, by Peter Clark
- Earl's Court
OO Gauge, by Terry Tew
- Falcon Road TMD & Prospect Road
OO Gauge, by Carshalton & Sutton MRC
HO Gauge, Michael Roualle
- Lea Siding
Gauge 3, by Geoff Nicholls, I & WEMRC member
- Loch Ayling
OO Gauge, by Mark Winchester
- Milton Quays
EM Gauge, by Milton Keynes MRS
- Mount Wise
OO Gauge, by Erith MRS
OO Gauge, by Twickenham & District MRC
- Stanhem Quay
OO Gauge, by Sudbury MRC
OO Gauge, by David Wilde
- Villefranche La Chapelle
HO Gauge, by Carshalton & Sutton MRC
- Willowbrook Marsh
O Gauge, by Nigel Adams
- Yellow Ridge Mine
GN15 Gauge, by Nick Wright
- Box File Dioramas
Builder of small scenic displays and working layouts, all built to your own personal specification, in all the popular scales and guages.
- Brian Baker Collectables
Wide range of model railway stock, controllers and videos.
- British Enginemens' Steam Preservation Society
Heritage Railway Society preserving and restoring steam locomotives.
- BR Standard Support Group
Preservation group supporting surviving BR Standard locomotives.
- M. Chaplin Models
Specialist in die cast models & kits.
- EM Gauge Society
Society catering for 4mm finescale and P4 modellers.
- G C Loco Weathering
Custom locomotive, coach & wagon weathering with a few pre-weathered items also for sale.
- I & WEMRC 7¼" Gauge section stand
Photographs and information about the club's permanent 7¼" Gauge Miniature Railway at the club's premises.
- I & WEMRC Membership & Sales Stand
Information about the club, plus second-hand books, magazines and bargains from club members'
own model collections.
- Kent Garden Railways
Specialists in 16mm and G Scale.
- Michael Land
Maritime, Rail and Aviation art work.
- Natural Scenics
Specialising in high-quality products for the model hobbyist, and offer a broad range of Scenic Materials, Electronic Components, and picturesque scenic Display Plinths that emphasise 'realism in miniature'.
- Poppy's Wood Tech
Suppliers of mainly 4mm & 7mm laser-cut structure kits.
- Railway Roundabout
Range of previously owned model railway stock.
- Reg Henderson
Specialist in OO Scale Locomotives, Coaches and Kits.
- Roneo Models
Local Model Shop and regular supporter of our exhibition.
- Sugar Hall Railway
Indoor train rides on our 7¼" Gauge miniature railway.
- Mike Pett's Supercast
Specialist in 4mm cast metal figures.
- Totem & Station Signs
Producing railway signs & layout name signs to order,
including a 'while-you-wait' service.
- Videolines Railway Videos
Producers of UK, continental and overseas archive and modern image railway, military, aviation and naval DVDs.
Any futher changes or additions to exhibitors will appear as soon as details are known.
|Free car parking
||Refreshments available all day
|Excellent disabled access
||All exhibits on one level
Using Sat Nav or Mapping Website
If you are using Satellite Navigation or a mapping website, the postcode for St. Edwards school is RM7 9NX.
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By road from M25
M25 clockwise, take junction 28 for the A12 Colchester Road, head West towards London. At the junction with the A127 (known as Gallows Corner) take the 3rd exit at the roundabout and continue heading towards London on the A12 Eastern Avenue. Continue straight on until the 4th set of traffic lights (known as Moby Dick) and turn left on to the A1112 Whalebone Lane North. At the next set of traffic lights (Tolgate Pub on the right) turn left on to the A118 High Road. St. Edwards school is approximately ½ mile on the right hand side.
M25 anti-clockwise, junction 29 for the A127 Southend Arterial Road, head West towards London. At the junction with the A12 (known as Gallows Corner) take the flyover and continue heading towards London on the A12 Eastern Avenue. Continue straight on until the 4th set of traffic lights (junction known as Moby Dick) and turn left on to the A1112 Whalebone Lane North. At the next set of traffic lights (Tolgate Pub on the right) turn left on to the A118 High Road. St. Edwards school is approximately ½ mile on the right hand side.
By road from Central London
Via A12 head East. Turn right on to the A1112 Whalebone Lane North (junction known as Moby Dick). At the next set of traffic lights (Tolgate Pub on the right) turn left on to the A118 High Road. St. Edwards school is approximately ½ mile on the right hand side.
Via A13 head East. Take the A1306 Ripple Road Dagenham turn-off. Take the left turn onto the A1240 Heathway heading north. Continue on the Heathway all the way to the end. At the traffic lights turn right on to the A124 Wood Lane. Continue through the next set of traffic lights on to the A1112 Whalebone Lane South. Continue through to the second set of traffic lights (Tolgate Pub on the far left) turn right on to the A118 High Road. St. Edwards school is approximately ½ mile on the right hand side.
Route 86 (Stratford to Romford) stops right outside St. Edwards school.
Visit the TfL website, Buses page for full details.
Tip: type 'Whalebone Lane', 'Chadwell Heath' or 'Romford' into the 'Find a bus stop or route' search.
St. Edwards school is approximately halfway between Romford and Chadwell Heath rail stations which are served by TfL Rail services.
Visit the TfL website, TfL Rail page for full details.
Tip: type either 'Chadwell Heath' or 'Romford' into the 'Find a TfL Rail station' search.
Use the Route 86 bus as described above to complete your journey.