17th and 18th March 2018

Dates: Sat 17 March 2017 09:30 – 17:30

Sun 18 March 2017 10:00 – 17:00

 Venue: Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Wigman Road, Nottingham NG8 4PB


Caradon Junction – OO model of Coombe Jn on the Looe branch in BR blue period
Calderwood – L&Y pregroup in OO
Herculaneum Dock – Liverpool seafront in 1950s complete with Liverpool
Overhead Railway (OO)
Sutton in Ashfield Town – OO steam in the 50s and 60s
South Town – former Yarmouth station in 50s/60s (OO)
Tyskie Wielkopolska – HO Polish line with diesel and steam specials
Neuburg, -German terminus in HO in the 60s/70s.
Burdale Colliery – O colliery with NCB and BR trains (1960s)
Hampshire Hills Traction – HO US trams

Kirkmellington – EM colliery with NCB and BR trains (1969-73)
Kaprun – HOe Austrian narrow gauge in recent era
Wickwar – N gauge model of station on NE-SW main line in 1960s
Thorncliff – OO BR sectors era
Tanpit Lane – EM Yorks quarry in present day
Rise Park – GC main line in Nottingham in N
Burnham on Sea – S&D branch terminus in N in 1950s
Symonds Green Brewery – OO9 model of brewery railway in 1950s/60s
Weaver Hill – OO model of WCML in present day
Forge Mill Sidings – P4 yard in BR blue era
Streatham Main Line – NSE in OO


Information coming soon

Societies & Demonstrations

Information coming soon

Getting here

The postcode for the park and ride site is NG8 6AS

Note: Parking at the venue in the car park is limited, but that the parking restrictions on Wigman Road outside the venue don’t apply on Saturdays and Sundays.

The nearest Railway Station is Nottingham, (formerly Nottingham Midland) and well serviced by local bus & tram services. You can also get the tram from Nottingham Station to Phoenix Park and then catch the free vintage bus service to the venue.

East Midlands Trains web link

Cross Country Trains web link

Nottingham Tram web link

From Nottingham city centre, catch pink line bus service 28 towards Bilborough alighting at Greylands Road (B105) (approx 20 mins ride) from here and Harvey Hadden entrances is almost opposite.

Nottingham City Transport web link

Pink line service timetable

If travelling by tram, please catch the service to Phoenix Park, where you’ll be able to catch the free vintage bus service to the venue.

Nottingham Tram Website

The Harvey Hadden Sports Complex, is only about ten minutes from the M1 (Jut 26), via A6002 and B6004 and less than five minutes from the Nottingham Ring Road (Western Boulevard A6514)

The entrance is found on Wigman Road, sat nav postcode NG8 4PB

Google maps to Harvey Hadden Sports Village

Car Parking

There is limited car parking at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, as we have to share with the general public doing sports.

Ticket prices

Information coming soon