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Bournemouth Model Railway Exhibition 2018

THC @ Magna Road, BH21 3AP
If using Sat Nav please put in BH21 3AL
This is between Bournemouth and Wimborne
NOT Hamworthy Poole. [Please see Directions tab]

Saturday 10th February 10am - 5pm
Sunday 11th February 10am - 4pm


Besides the main Hall we have the Function Suite, the Pool Room and Two Squash Courts. Please be aware that there are steps down to the squash courts which may limit access to a few visitors. With the exception of the squash courts and the stage, the venue is fully wheelchair accessible. Please be aware that Sundays between 11 and 2 are VERY busy.

If you would like to attend as an exhibitor or trader in 2019 or beyond, please contact us as soon as possible. Contact forms are available on the Exhibitor, Trader and Contact Us pages/tabs.

What we guarantee....

Layouts in most, if not all, popular gauges (Keep checking the "Layouts" page for the latest information on bookings). 
[19 Layouts in 2017]

N, 009, 3mm, 4mm, 7mm, HO, OO, P4, O, G1 gauges represented - Layouts awaiting confirmations

British modeling covering all eras, European and American scenarios with steam and Diesel Locomotives.

Mature and layouts in progress on display.
Extensive trade support from across the UK : Scenics; vehicles; electronics; track; rolling stock; locomotives etc. etc.

Simple pricing;

Adults £5 & accompanied Children FREE

Help us to support Wave 105 "CashforKids" again in 2018

Please take our short Website survey    HERE or cut & paste  https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WWF5CQK




Thank you for helping us raise £1000 
for CashforKids in 2016
Sir Nigel Gresley At Pickering Footbridge Sept 2013 (C ) Dave Goodey
The Sir Nigel Gresley Trust

The Trust is the owner and operator of the ex-LNER class A4 Pacific locomotive 60007 
Sir Nigel Gresley, the post-war steam speed record holder.  The engine is currently undergoing its 10-year overhaul by the Trust engineers in the workshop of the National Railway Museum, York.  Full details of progress are available on the stand, plus the opportunity for you to support the work. 

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