Falkirk Model Railway Exhibition 2017

OUR ANNUAL EXHIBITION BE HELD IN FORTH VALLEY COLLEGE, GRANGEMOUTH ROAD, FALKIRK.     FK2 9AD

On SATURDAY 25th AND SUNDAY 26th NOVEMBER 2017

We are open from 10.00 to 17.00 on Saturday and 10.00 to 16.30 on Sunday.

Admission Prices

Adult £5.50; Seniors £4.50; Child (under 14) £2.50; Family (2 adult 2 children) £13.50

 Layouts Attending

'T' GAUGE      The Bridge

'N' GAUGE     Sheriffsyard Junction;  Leven Bank;  Betheinie;  Ketton Cement;  West Field.

'HO' GAUGE   Balornock Goods

'OO' GAUGE   Griffen Road Dock;  Allanbridge;  Calla;  Tamshooglie;  Kinlochewe

16.5mm Live Steam  Isle of Man

'On30'  Karolina Falls

'O' GAUGE  St. Georges Dock;  Loch Dhu;  Phoenix Fruit Express

'G' GAUGE  Thomas and Friends

Trade Support 

McLaren Models;  Rainbow Railways;  Junction Box;   Scoonie Models;  Triang Man;  Trainman;  Finishing Touches;  Fineframes;  Ross Cameron Trains;  Direct Rail Spares;  Scottish Garden Railways;  North Road Trains;  Hamilton Toy Museum; Pulleys Puffers;  Douglas Blades;  John Thomson;  Bilber Toys;  Tynedale Trains;  Grosmont Books;  Scottish Rail Fans. 

Other Exhibitors.

Bus Depot by Willie Wood;  Demonstrations from Roland Turner and Scottish Modellers;  Loco Owners Group;  North British Study Group.  

Our Exhibition is Supported by McLaren Models, Grahams Road Falkirk and Rainbow Railways (formally R3sprays) of Falkirk.                                                                                                                                            

Trophies    

At our exhibition we have 6 trophies to award.

Kerr Cup. This was donated by our founder members Wilson and David Kerr and is voted for by the public. If you visit our exhibition you can register your vote or you may be asked to tell us your impressions of our show in an exit survey. Please take the few minutes to do this as it helps us put on a better show in future years.

President's Shield. This is awarded by our Chairman to the layout he judges the best on display.

Cornwell Cup. This was donated to the club by the late Tony Cornwell who came over the border to visit our show  for over 25 years.

Graeme Robertson Memorial Shield. Awarded to the best layout running Steam trains. Graeme was a very loyal member who died at the very young age of 32.

Lind Trophy.  Awarded to the best 'N' gauge layout as judged by a representative of the late David Lind.

Exhibitors Trophy  The best layout judged by the exhibitors at our exhibition.