18 September 2019
After a year away, the Yorkshire show returns to the Elsecar Heritage Centre in Barnsley. As well as the railway exhibition, visitors will find an interesting variety of craft workshops, artist studios, antique centres and a full-sized steam railway.
Saturday 28th Septemeber sees The Yorkshire Group of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers return to the Elsecar Heritage Centre in Barnsley for their annual exhibition.
The Heritage Centre is an excellent day out for all the family featuring a host of art and antique workshops and a full-size working steam railway.
Right in the middle will be a wide selection of crowd-pleasing layouts and some of the best trade for the modeller interested in the larger scales.
Layouts: Mount Dowd and Dixon Green and Saed-y-Parc (32mm), Roche Junction (45mm), Garside (32mm), 16mm Association Modular Layout, Ffuglen (32mm)
Trade: Anything Narrow Gauge, Atropos, Berry Hill Works, Black Cat Bridges, Bole Laser Craft, Brandbright, Brunel Models, Chalk Garden Rail, Chuffed2Bits, Coach and Wagon Works, Currin Books, DJB Engineering, Dream Steam, Harecroft, Fosworks, IP Engineering, Loco-Boxes, Elstow Engineering, Model Engineers Laser, Model Rail Baseboards, Modeltown, Motley Miniatures, Garden Railways Ltd, Pendle Valley Workshop, PS Models, SLR Models, Swift Sixteen, Roundhouse Engineering, Roy Wood Models, The Sparesman, Timpdon Models, Trenarren Models, Peter Angus Locomotives.
On-site parking and entrance to the Heritage Centre is free.
Entrance to the garden railway show is £5 for adults with accompanied under 16s coming in for free.
(Note: In the October issue of Garden Rail, it erroneously says the show is on Sunday. The event takes place on Saturday 28th for one day.)