Workington Model Railway Exhibition 2021

Saturday November 20th 10am to 5pm

Sunday November 21st 10am to 4pm

ENERGUS Lillyhall  workington Model Railway Exhibition 2014

ENERGUS, Blackwood Road, Lillyhall, Workington CA14 4JW

FREE PARKING

EASY GROUND FLOOR ACCESS

REFRESHMENTS

How to find the venue.

ADMISSION Adults £5, Accompanied Children Free

Exhibits

Layouts booked to appear include:


N gauge : Upper Cwmtwych. A very welcome return of Les Nehrlich with his compact layout depicting a small depot for emergency servicing and refuelling of modern diesel locomotives.

N gauge : Wulstanton Road. Terry Tasker from Southport Model Railway Club with a small commuter terminus station serving a large metropolis.

N gauge : Maryport. An 8ft x 4ft layout by Solrail's own William Moon inspired by childhood memories of train watching around Netherton.

Maryport in OO gauge

HO gauge : Franklin Falls NH. Talented local modeller Ray O'Neill shows his latest creation, a North American branch line layout based in rural New Hampshire. Featuring sound equipped, heritage diesel power, it is sure to be very entertaining.

Franklin Falls

OO gauge : Cockermouth Covid 19. Andrew Holland built his layout during the first lockdown drawing on bits and pieces recovered from previous layouts, and selected items from around the home. We like recycling!

Multiple scales : Bits and Bobs. A wide selection of card based models demonstrated by Rod Moore.

OO gauge : South Galleons. A long awaited and much anticipated return of Solrail's Ian Blenkinsopp with his superbly detailed compact industrial layout. Ian is the master of showing just what can be achieved in a small space with imagination.

South Galleons

OO gauge : Ellasweet Beet Factory. Graham Morfoot reurns to the exhibition with another of his superb compact layouts that has featured in the model railway press. A representation of a sugar beet factory in East Anglia around 1960. With an eclectic mix of industrial steam and diesel locomotives linking the factory to the local British Railways network. Graham depicts wagon loads of limestone, coal, materials and sugar beet (modelled in a very innovative way). Check out World of Railways

Ellasweet Beet Factory

4mm finescale: Port Solway. Newcastle Model Railway club exhibiting their portrayal of what might have been if the North Eastern Railway had united with the Maryport and Carlisle Railway early in the 20th Century. 4mm finescale is similar to what we know as OO gauge but is built nearer to scale dimensions. It will be the biggest layout on show this year.

Port Solway

Supported by: -

Trade stands selling everything you need for your modelling including: -
C&M Models – Carlisle - New RTR British and Continental
Crafty Hobbies - Barrow-in Furness - New RTR and second-hand
CSP Models – Carlisle – Industrial locomotive etched brass kits.
Furness Models - Ulverston - preowned model railway equipment.
McGregor's Marvelous Miniatures - Livingston- How to populate your layout.
MTFG - Reeth, North Yorks – new and reconditioned, hard to find spares and plastic kits etc.
Squires Tools - Bognor Regis - any tool you need you'll find here

Demonstrations
Trainsimulator - Computer simulation for you to try.
S4 finescale – John H Wright – Building locomotives using DCC in Scalefour
S4 finescale – Bob Hetherington - model construction techniques employed in the building of his own beautiful Garrigill layout based in Cumberland and exhibited here several years ago.
EM finescale - Andrew Wright - various construction projects and techniques.
Multiple scales - Brian Irwin - painting plaster castings for buildings and scenery.
O gauge - Carlisle District modellers adapting and improving ready to run models for more satisfying results.

Societies and Groups
West Cumberland Railway Museum
Cumbrian Railways Association
Derby Lightweight Preservation Group
Eden Valley Railway Trust
Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway Preservation Society
Sian Project Group
West Cumbria Guild of Model Engineers
Workington Transport Heritage Trust