1 Model Railway Association will again be hosing
the event and will be presenting a stand at the
event. The group will have the Gauge 1
exhibition layout with them, The Association are
expecting to be running trains on the layout
throughout the event. The club was established
in the 1940's and has since grown to become a
world wide organisation. This year the display
will feature the clubs show case layout:-
"Dobson Bridge" along with live steam
models along with radio controlled model trains.
Please note:-More information
will be added as we get closer to the
event. All information listed below is
subject to change...
are some of the exhibitors that are due to be
showing at this years Big Model and Hobby Show.
THIS local club will be attending the event with an extremely large and impressive display of static model boats, of all different types and sizes. If you like all things nautical, these exhibits will definitely get you wanting to build your own model boats!
The West Lancashire O Gauge Group will be bringing with them an interactive layout that will allow children to operate rolling stock under supervision. They will also be attending with a fantastic operational Test Track. This additional layout is an end-to-end branch line.
THE LADMAS will be presenting a wide range of static model aircraft, made by local club members as well as offering you the chance to have a go at flying a virtual reality-controlled aircraft, within an immersive aeronautic experience of flying a radio control aircraft!
The Southport Woodcarving Group will be doing demonstrations thought-out the day. The group will also have a range of items on display that they have made. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about this practical hobby and also how you can become a member of the group.
Formed in 2011 the Class 502 Preservation Trust took ownership from the National Railway Museum and in March 2012, moved the 502 Unit to Merseyside Transport Trust's secure premises in Burscough to commence restoration.
The Tramways and Light Railways Society will present an amazing large model Tram display that will definitely get you interested in knowing more about these often overlooked modes of transport....
A superb purpose built large and small working models. This is a wide range of mechanical engineering that includes:- model cranes to model locomotives, traction engines, stationary engines and even hot air engines!
The group will be heading to the show with a ride range of models, that demonstrate both new and old Meccano. It is also fitting to have this group attended, as Aintree is just down the road of the house of the company's founder, Frank Hornby!