5 layouts not to be missed at Peterborough Show


The 2019 National Festival of Railway Modelling is almost upon us and is looking bigger and better than ever. It’s an event not to be missed!

As well as more than 100 traders available at the show and live demonstrations with Market Deeping and Sleaford Model Railway clubs, they’ll also be over 30 layouts to watch in action. Here we’ve listed five popular layouts that should definitely be on your list to go and see.

Yorkshire Pennines (N)

Yorkshire Pennines

Demonstrating excellent use of computer control, this exhibition crowd-pleaser provides a surround-viewing experience, inspired by an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Bewdley (OO)

Bewdley layout

Graham Heald modelled this iconic station on the Severn Valley Railway, assisted by members from Wirral and North Wales Model Railway Club.

Bluebell Cutting (N)

Bluebell Cutting

A childhood model railway leads to a lifetime in the hobby for Stephen Lowndes, whose latest layout featured in the July 2017 issue of BRM.

Ealing Road (OO)

Ealing Road

The first series of the Great Model Railway Challenge started with a bang when Missenden Modellers caused controversy over their number of pre-built items. Later, they completed the layout.

Hills of the North (OO)

Hills of the North

One of the most iconic locations for railway enthusiasts is recreated by Graham Nicholas and his friends, including the legendary banking arrangements to assist heavier trains up the Shap summit.

For the full list of layouts on show at Peterborough, click here.

Book your ticket today!

Taking place on December 7th and 8th at Peterborough Arena, booking in advance will ensure you save money on your ticket, have 30 minutes early entry into the show and receive a free show guide. Advance ticket sales end at noon on December 6.

For more information and to book your ticket, click here.