British Motor Museum to host new model railway show!

Published: 02/10/2019

The British Motor Museum is to host a brand-new family friendly show which is expected to attract hundreds of enthusiasts. The Great British Model Railway Show, which will take place on Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 November, is sponsored by Hornby who will have an exhibition stand as well as an exclusive Members Lounge for Hornby Collector Club members. 

This superb event will feature more than 30 top-quality railway layouts in a variety of scales across the eras and ranging in size including “Mostyn”, an accurate scale rendition of the North Wales coastline from the 1970s and “Hungerford” which is a highly detailed Great Western Railway ‘OO’ layout based on the 1930s.  

The show sponsors, Horny Hobbies, will be providing the “Hogwarts Express” layout demonstration and the opportunity for visitors to have a go with the Hornby Live Steam ‘OO’ layout. In addition, there will be over 10 modelling demonstrations showcasing skills such as making realistic trees and structures. There will also be 30 trade stands selling everything from complete train sets to scenic materials. 

Tom Caren, Show Manager at the British Motor Museum said, "We’re delighted to host a brand-new show which I’m sure will be incredibly popular with model railway enthusiasts as well as families. With more than 30 layouts, 30 traders and modelling demonstrations from specialists, this show is set to be a great event appealing to the whole family.”  

Free courtesy buses will operate on the Saturday connecting the show with the main line network at Leamington Spa train station.  The Show opens to the public at 10am both days, with admission 30 minutes earlier for advance ticket holders. Advance admission prices are adults/OAPs £10 and children £7 and can be purchased online. On the day tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £9 for children – under 5s enter for free.  

For more information visit the dedicated Great British Model Railway Show website at 

To find out more about the British Motor Museum please visit the website at  or call 01926 641188.

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