RISEX 2015 Model Railway Exhibition
Community Centre(adjacent to Springs swimming pool), Wades Park, Stratton Road, Princes Risborough, Bucks, HP27 9AX
Saturday 21st February 10.00-5.00
Adults £3.00, Child £2.00
Layouts Confirmed to date (January 2015)
- Aylesbury High Street, EM Gauge, Risborough & District Model Railway Club, Set in the Edwardian era, the layout depicts the whole of the station complex with engine shed, goods yard and gas works, amongst the back drop of the town.
- Dubly, OO Gauge, Peter Ingelton, This is a vintage model railway layout composed mainly of original Hornby Dublo 3-rail items manufactured by Meccano Limited between 1938 and 1964.
- Earlís Court, OO Gauge, Terry Tew, The Model.......assumes that the LMS and GWR built their own joint station at Earl's Court. This enabled them to divert some of their commuter and local passenger trains away from Euston and Paddington. Services had continued into the early 1960s, when this model is set.
- Fisherton Sarum, OO Gauge, Graham Muspratt, A Southern Railway MPD layout, using Salisbury (as it has a family connection) as the inspiration, and the basis for the structures on the layout. Set in the period 1946 to 1949. It enables the exhibiting of a large and varied range of Southern locomotives and rolling stock from the period.
- Addison Park, 14.2mm Gauge, Philip Hutchings, Addison Park is an imaginary LT location situated in West London very close to Kensington, Addison Road (now Olympia) station, set in the 1950s.
- Horseley Fields, N Gauge, Northants and Cambs Area Group of the N Gauge Society, The layout is based on the area around Wolverhampton Steel Terminal in the west Midlands. It is set in the present day or recent past and features a steady roster of electric and diesel trains with the occasional steam special.
- St. Frazal le Chateau, Nm/Nf Gauge, Sy Newitt, St. Frazal le Chateau attempts to capture French metre gauge once served by the SNCF, on a secondary rural railway as it was in the 1956-1967 time period.
- Sankei Valley, Z Gauge, Peter McConnell, This is a scale model of nowhere in particular; the assorted liveries represent some of the different regions and companies of Japanís colourful railways.