Milton Keynes is the central point between London and Birmingham, located just off the M1 via Junction 13 from the south (A5) and Junction 14 (A421) from the north and east, and connected to the two cities by rail via the West Coast Main Line.
If you’re travelling to the 2019 Great Electric Train Show by train this weekend, a free bus service will be operating every 30 minutes throughout the day between Milton Keynes Central railway station (bus stop Z6) and the venue - Marshall Arena, Stadium MK. Train services to/from Milton Keynes Central are operated by London Northwestern Railway, Virgin Trains and Southern Railway.
Brand new for 2019 is a Kids Zone on Balcony 2 sponsored by Hornby Hobbies. This will offer hands on interactive railway exhibits for younger visitors including the opportunity to build wooden railway systems with other like minded visitors, take control of a Hornby train set and enjoy the play value of Hornby’s new Junior battery powered sets. Additional activities including colouring sheets will also be available plus we will be providing extra seating on Balcony 2 for visitors to take a break.
The advance ticket sale deadline for the Great Electric Train Show has now passed, but tickets for on-the-day entry will be available at the entrance to the Great Electric Train Show in Milton Keynes this weekend.
Mick Bonwick is a regular at the Great Electric Train Show and brings a wealth of weathering experience in his comprehensive demonstration.
Professional model maker and artist David Wright returns to the Great Electric Train Show 2019, offering an insight and guidance for modelling detailed buildings in miniature.
The Double O Gauge Association (DOGA) is a group for committed ‘OO’ modellers world wide.
Wirral Finescale Railway Modellers (WFRM) will be demonstrating their wagon building skills, as well as showing you how to get the very best out of Digital Command Control (DCC).
Visit their stand to find out more.
Addison Park is an imaginary location situated in West London very close to Kensington.
After six years of success with the fictitious layout Llandovnodd, we decided to model the next fictitious village up the coast called Avyn-a-Llyin.