Nottingham MRS Spring Show Diary Details

Saturday & Sunday 9th & 10th March 2024

Nottingham Model Railway Society Spring Show 2024. Come by tram: nearest stop Butler's Hill. Featuring - Deepcar. Top quality layouts plus trade support. Saturday 9th March 10.00am - 5pm. Sunday 10th March 10.00am - 4pm. St John's Church Hall, Nottingham Road, Hucknall, NG15 7QN. Admission £6. Accompanied under 16s FREE, www.nottingham-modelrailway.org.uk. www.facebook.com/NottinghamMRS. Major debit cards accepted. MasterCard Visa.

Opening Hours

Saturday 9th March 2024 10:00 – 17:00

Sunday 10th March 2024 10:00 – 16:00

 

Venue

St John’s Church Hall, Nottingham Road, Hucknall, NG15 7QN

Admission

Adults £6.00. Card payments are available. Major debit cards (MasterCard/Visa) accepted.

Accompanied under 16s FREE.

Venue amenities: refreshments.

Free parking on street.

 

Br-style totem: Layouts

Deepcar – 4mm scale OO gauge model of the Woodhead route in British Rail blue days, with working Overhead Line Equipment (OHLE).
 
Depot Lane – 4mm scale OO gauge small multi-era diesel Motive Power Depot somewhere in the UK. 
 
San Clemente – 3.5mm scale HO gauge late 1950s branch line in southern California.
 
Grimley Moor – 2mm scale N gauge modern image in Greater Manchester.
 
Manvers Street – 4mm scale OO gauge ex-LNWR stabling point in BR days.
 

Wouldham’s Chalk Pit – 7mm scale O gauge Essex-based industrial layout.

 

Wits End – 2mm scale N gauge small station and grain silos.
 

RCTS – The Railway Correspondence & Travel Society.

Rob Law/Skog Carriage and Wagon Works – 3D printing – Rob will be demonstrating how he makes O gauge wagons.

 

A2B Model Railways – Model shop based in Matlock

Anoraks Anonymous – Specialists in pre-owned stock, at bargain prices

TTC Diecast – formerly Loughborough Model Centre

Sherwood Models – Nottingham’s only model shop, with a wide variety of models. 

NMRS Club Secondhand Sales – NMRS club members’ surplus items and more, all offered for sale as seen – grab a bargain!

 

Public transport:

By tram – Nottingham Express Tram (NET) to Butler’s Hill tram stop

By train – East Midlands Railway to Hucknall

By bus – Trent Barton 3A, 3B or 3C to Broomhill Yew Tree

By car – Take the M1, leave at Junction 26, take the A610, A6002, and A611, all towards Hucknall, then onto Nottingham Road at the Nottingham Road roundabout.

A full show guide will be available online shortly before the show. Please note that there will be no printed copies of this show guide. If you’d like to advertise in the Spring show guide, please contact exhibadmin@nottingham-modelrailway.org.uk.