Our next exhibition is on Saturday 21st September 2019
at St. Peter’s Church Hall, Church Road, Earley, Reading, RG6 1EY
Limited parking available,
Limited disabled access.
(Please note this show is held on two floors and there is NO disabled access to the first floor).
Reading Buses routes 4, X4 & 17 stops close to the hall. (5 minute walk)
Families: £9.00 (2 adults + 2 children)
We open at 10:00 and close at 16:30
Light refreshments available and a children’s layout for them to drive the trains
Brindlecombe – N gauge – A small Western region branch line station set in the 1960’s
Dublo days – OO gauge – A layout featuring classic three rail Hornby OO gauge rolling stock and locomotives.
Horsebridge Wharf – 4mm EM gauge – A 1930’s fictitious location based at the end of a branch line from Plymouth to Callington.
Kydmoor Light Railway – 009- A double sided layout of a light railway. One side features a small station and the other side a sawmill and warehouse.
N gauge modular layout – The Berkshire Area N gauge Group will be presenting their N gauge layout.
Nippon Tetsudo – Z gauge – A contemporary layout based on Japanese (JR) Railways.
Reading Signal Works – OO gauge – A small “Inglenook” style layout based on the old Reading Signal Works.
Salop Street ( c 1860) – OO gauge – The layout is an attempt to portray the relatively early days of railways in Britain.
Stodden Hundred Light Railway – 7mm O gauge – This is a depiction of a rural railway on the borders of Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, in the mid 1930’s just before everything changed with World War 2.
This layout lets the young and not so young drive trains around the track. Also a small “Brio” wooden train layout for the very young to play with.
Twyford Model Shop: Our local model and doll’s house shop bringing a good selection of stock in various gauges to help with your modelling projects.
Neil Cresswell: New and second hand locomotives, carriages and wagons in OO and N with a selection of British, European and American outline.
Brunswick Paints: Not only paints and brushes but also model locomotives, rolling stock and accessories.
JB models: Storage boxes, glues and plenty of other useful items.
Medway Queen: Scenic items and books are available to buy from this stall, all the profits from this stall help to restore the Paddle Steamer “Medway Queen”.
Reading Transport Group: If you have an interest in Transport in and around Reading then this is the stall for you, also a good stock of books and magazines.
Berkshire Area N Gauge Group: Displaying examples of models built from kits exclusive to the N Gauge Society. If you are modelling N gauge, talk to this group either about coming to their meetings or joining the Society.