KLMRC Exhibition 2017 Photos

Heres a taster of exhibitors and traders attending or first exhibition

Thomas 2

- modelled in 00 gauge by Alan Johnson.

This is based on “Thomas The Tank Engine” with locos and stock to match. Youngsters are offered the chance to operate the layout.


- modelled in S scale gauge by Trevor Nunn.


The M&GN never had a small branch terminus, but this is what it might have looked like had it done so.


- modelled in 00 finescale by Sudbury Model Railway Club

Featured in June 2012 edition of BRM.

Cornard is set between 1960-68, in what was Great Central territory, although it never existed in real life.


High Middenden 

- modelled in 00 gauge by Andrew Hastings.

High Middenden is set in the early 1960s on Kent & East Sussex Railway. It is at the end of a short fictional branch near Frittenden & Biddenden.

Ben Moor Foot Peat Railway

 - modelled in 7mm narrow gauge by Graham Morfoot.

The Ben Moor Foot Peat Company would have been situated in north Lincs.

Trenance Quay 

- modelled in N gauge by Alan Johnson.

A fictitious location; a continuous circuit serving a busy quayside and china clay sheds. recently restored after years of neglect.

Fullers Wharf 

- modelled in 7mm scale by Malcolm Hine.

The layout is set in North Derbyshire and attempts to portray an interchange between the Cromford and High Peak Railway, The Peak Forest Tramway and The Peak Forest Canal.


Ledsam Street Yard

 - modelled in 0 gauge by Colin French.

Featured in January 2014 edition of Railway Modeller.

The layout is a fictional micro shunting layout set somewhere in the UK in the mid 1930s.

Lincoln (USA) 

- modelled in Z gauge by Dave Dawes.

Lincoln is Dave's second foray into Z gauge after ‘ California Coast ‘.

East Beckton 

- modelled in EM gauge by Brian Wakeling.

The layout is a work in progress and questions are welcomed on anything including construction and the back story.

Fox Hollow 

- modelled in N gauge by Simon Fox.

A compact N gauge layout based in the countryside, built and funded solely by Simon himself.

Nene Sidings 

- modelled in 00 gauge by March & District MRC.

Nene Sidings is a small freelance layout designed to form a shunting puzzle giving the operator numerous challenges.

Fenton St Clare 

– modelled in 0 16.5 mm by March & District MRC.

Featured in August 2016 edition of Railway Modeller.

Fenton St Clare is set in the flatlands of East Anglia where there were several army and air bases.


– modelled in H0n3 by Neville Doe

Placerville is a location on the Rio Grande Southern Railroad which was built in the 1890s to serve the silver and gold mines in the San Juan mountains of Colorado, USA.


Bay City Terminal Railroad Maintenance Facility 

– modelled in H0 by Bill Tharp

The BCTR is a freelance micro-layout based on a small American maintenance facility in the San Francisco Bay area in the 1960s/70s.

Grassland & Wetland Railway 

–modelled in G scale by Glyn Bennett.

The railway started as a horse-drawn tramway for maintenance and improvement of fenland washes flood defence and drainage systems.

Nibley Knoll

 – modelled in 009 by Graham & Caroline Watling.

This layout was designed to show what can be achieved scenically in 4mm scale in the space of a table top.


Bob Pearman Books - Large selection of railway literature

Great Eastern Models - New and used model store

Model Scenery Supplies - scenic supplies

Train-Tech - DCC electronics

Keith's Model Railways - selection of second hand models

12 Volts DC - signalling and model suppiles

Little Railway Company - Modular Building Service

Kings Lynn Model Railway Club - Selection of used items from the club