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Cambridge Model Railway Exhibition

The 31A Cambridge Model Railway Club will be holding their 2023 show on Saturday 9 September 2023. Layouts, stalls, club stand, refreshments, with full disabled access and large free car park ADMISSION: Adults £7.00 Children (under 16) £3.00 (Under 5’s FREE) For any group with two or more children, one child will be admitted FREE. Please note all children must be accompanied by an

  • 9th September 2023 - 9th September 2023
  • 10:10 am - 4:00 pm

12 LAYOUTS BOOKED:

United Biscuits (OO)

Geeksville (HO USA)

Obbekaer (P87 Danish) L

Rails Through Histon (OO)

Ambleton Vale (N)

Dunnage Tramway (O)

Gracetown Bank (OO)

Botterill St. Yard (O)

Crikey, it’s a shed (HO EU)

Stodden Hundred Light Railway (O)

Barway Sidings (O)

Jiggerful Junction (Hornby Dublo)

 

SUPPORTED BY 9 TRADERS:

Great Eastern Models

Joe Lock The Railway Photoman

Bob Pearman Books

Will Hay Appreciation Society

Make Your Mark Models

Round In Circles

Checkrail

Keith’s Model Railways

 

SUPPORTED BY 2 DEMOS/DISPLAYS:

Ian Morgan – 3D Printing

Mike Read – The Motley Collection

 

SUPPORTED BY 3 SOCIETIES:

Great Eastern Railway Society

Battle of Britain Locomotive Society

B17 Trust

 

PLUS, CLUB STAND, REFRESHMENTS, WITH FULL DISABLED ACCESS & LARGE FREE CAR PARK VENUE: ADMISSION:

Adults £7.00
Children (under 16) £3.00 (Under 5’s FREE)

For any group with two or more children, one child will beadmitted FREE.

Please note all children must be

Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue badge parking
  • Car Parking
  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • On site parking
  • Restaurant
  • wheelchair access

Accessibility Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue Badge Parking
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Wheel chair accessible
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