Hillingdon Railway Modeller’s stunning ‘O’ gauge continuous run mainline layout Grindley Brook will be one of the star attractions at the 2019 Great Electric Train Show on October 12/13. The event takes place at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes for the second year running.
The Hornby Magazine Great Electric Train Show on October 12/13 2019 is approaching fast and advance tickets are still available to purchase while you can also look forward to the latest layout announcements in the next issue of Hornby Magazine - HM147, on sale from August 1 2019. This short video offers an insight into the features of the Great Electric Train Show at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes...
VIP advance tickets for the Great Electric Train Show are now available to purchase offering a unique package including exclusive discount vouchers to use at the show, two-day entry to the event and more.
Soar Valley Model Railway Club’s giant 41ft x 13ft four-sided ‘OO’ gauge layout Dorehill St Stevens (HM103) is one of four new layouts announced for the 2019 Great Electric Train Show in Milton Keynes on October 12/13.
The layout line up for the Great Electric Train Show on October 12/13 continues to expand with six more of the 30-layout list being revealed.
The Great Electric Train Show returns to the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes on the weekend of October 12/13 2019.
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.
An exciting new limited edition VIP ticket package is now available for the Great Electric Train Show 2018 at our new venue, Arena MK, Milton Keynes.
More than 80 stands consisting of 32 layouts, 44 traders and eight demonstrations make up the 2018 Great Electric Train Show at its new bigger venue of the Arena MK in Milton Keynes for the weekend of October 13/14 – Hornby Magazine’s biggest model railway exhibition to date.
The layout line-up for the 2018 Great Electric Train Show on October 13/14 continues to grow with the latest layout announcements having a Western Region theme. They consist of Somerset Railway Modellers Group’s Somerset based Oake in ‘OO’, Tim Lowe’s Peakstone in ‘N’ gauge based on Network SouthEast territory (both feature in HM134 - on sale now) plus Steve Howe’s Lower Rose Goods in ‘P4’ modelling the GWR in the 1930s (HM132) and Helston and Falmouth MRC’s ‘OO’ WR terminus Trenance reflecting the BR 1950s period (HM73).