Hall 5 NEC Birmingham

Saturday 24th November 2018 (9.45am* - 6pm)

Sunday 25th November 2018 (9.45am* - 5pm)

*Advance ticket holders 9.15am - Saturday and Sunday

Warley MRC Exhibitions Ltd., registered in England No 2728388, Registered Office 19 Highfield Road, Birmingham B15 3BH.

Members and friends provide the staff for the event, and without this support the exhibition could not take place.


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“1967-2017   50 years of modelling”

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Whitemetal Kit Building

Tony Wright

Whitemetal and sheet nickel silver/brass locomotive building

Plasticard Modelling

David White

The owner of Slaters will be demonstrating how to use Plasticard

Buying in 1967

Ken Nelson

What could you buy at  your local model shop in 1967.

Modelling in the 1967 era

Skills and Information for all Scales

Realistic ground cover

Giles Flavell

How to get the best from your scenic items


Steve Hewitt

The ins and outs of building and control of signals

DCC support

Simon Howard

Fitting, tuning, fixing DCC chips and systems

Resin moulding

Graeme King

How to mould parts and major assemblies using resin in mainly 4mm scale

Modifying modern RTR stock

Mick Bryan

Converting RTR stock to replicate modern Network Rail stock

Loco and stock servicing

Ian Mellors

Need help with getting your locos to run? Bring one along and have a go at cleaning its wheels and checking out its servicing levels.

Warley MRC develops your skills

Building O gauge wagon kits in plastic

Dave Roberts

Rolling stock from an earlier era - your chance to have a go at trying  some of the techniques needed to build plastic wagons kits in 7mm


Richard Syms

Look at an alternative coupling and see if it fits your stock

Painting and lining in the smaller scales

Ian Rathbone

How to paint and line loco’s and stock (0 gauge and below) and the equipment you need explained and demonstrated.

Large Scale Design

RDE Brown

Designing for the larger scales- O gauge and above

Coach Building

Ian Woodward

Kit built coaches in 4mm scale

Meet the Expert

Large scale (O gauge and above)

Dave Walker

Locomotive and rolling stock construction

Large scale (O gauge and above)

Liz Marsden

Painting and lining

2mm Loco & Wagon Building

Jerry Clifford

Working in 2mm Fine scale looking at locos and buildings

Narrow Gauge Modelling

Pater Kazer

Peter will be demonstrating how he has modelled the Narrow Gauge Railways of Great Britain in a number of scales and gauges

Weathering Rolling Stock

Jonathan Weallans

A shows you how to weather your locomotives and stock

"Shows You How"  courtesy of the Railway Modeller

Electrics and scenics

Kendal MRC

Basics of getting started in Model Railways