2019 Exhibition Demonstrators & Societies
The following demonstrators and societies are currently booked at the 2019 exhibition.
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Andy will be demonstrating the construction of pre-world war 1 prototype coaches from etched kits.
Clive will be demonstrating the 'black art' of white metal kit construction.
Roy will be demonstrating various scenic techniques
Ian will be showing various DCC subject, including decoder installation.
Making durable, realistic model trees of varying species.
Ron will be demonstrating locomotive and rolling stock construction
Phil will be demonstrating how to build bullhead track, including points and crossings, in 4mm scale.
Michael Tucker is demonstrating model buildings made from card and slate.
Tony will be showing locomotive and stock building in 4mm scale, featuring soldering techniques
Societies & Other Displays
Charity Books (Iris Gusscott)
Second-hand book sales for Charity
EM Gauge Society
The EMGS caters for the finescale oriented modeller working to a scale of 4mm/ft in either 18.2mm (EM) or 18.83 (P4) gauges.
EPB Preservation Society
The group is a registered charity dedicated to the preservation and restoration of third rail electric multiple unit (EMU) trains that have operated on the former Southern Region of British Rail.
French Railway Society
The French Railways Society is a group of like-minded individuals interested in French railways, railway models, other transport and (usually!) France in general. The Society was formed in 1976 as the SNCF Society to cater for the interests of British enthusiasts of French railways.
Gauge O Guild
The guild promotes the manufacture of kits and components.
Industrial Railway Society
The Industrial Railway Society was founded in 1949 as the Birmingham Locomotive Club - Industrial Locomotive Information Section. The Society is the leading organization in the United Kingdom devoted to the study of all aspects, and all gauges, of privately owned industrial railways and locomotives, both at home and overseas.
L&B Railway Trust
The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Trust has successfully reopened Woody Bay and Killington Lane stations, using steam and diesel locomotives, pulling four original and restored passenger carriages. Now in the 118th anniversary of its opening in 1898, the Trust is committed to restore as much as possible of the original line and facilities.
Mid Hants Railway - The Watercress Line
In support of Hampshire's steam railway 'The Watercress Line' running trains between Alton and Alresford.
The OO9 Society caters for those modelling narrow gauge railways in the smaller scales, predominantly 4mm to the foot, and usually using 9mm gauge track.
The RCTS is the UK's leading Railway Enthusiasts' Society. Meetings are held at numerous venues around the UK.
South Western Circle
The South Western Circle, formed in 1962, is a society for railway historians and enthusiasts interested in the London & South Western Railway (LSWR).
The Sir Nigel Gresley Locomotive Trust Ltd
Sir Nigel Gresley is the only A4 class locomotive to be owned by a charitable Trust, in effect, it's members. The aim of the Trust is to maintain the engine in running order on the mainline and on heritage railways.