RISEX 2020 Model Railway Exhibition
Community Centre(adjacent to Springs swimming pool), Wades Park, Stratton Road, Princes Risborough, Bucks, HP27 9AX
Saturday 22nd February 10.00-5.00
Adults £4.00, Child £2.00
Avoid the crowds and visit in the afternoon when it is quieter!
Layouts Confirmed to date (October 2019)
- Fictionville, 45mm Gauge, Exhibited by Steve Hatt, Diorama depicting somewhere in France behind the German lines around in 1943, depicting German heavy haulage, loading stage, main line and civilian sector with tram-car.
- Webb’s Wharf, O Gauge, Exhibited by Michael Watts, A layout depicting a single GWR branch with Canal wharf and private siding set in the 1920s – 30s.
- Minnie Bridge, OO Gauge, Exhibited by John Baggaley, Set in the late 1960s/early 1970s the layout represents a fictitious London Transport loco and minor permanent way depot in a fictitious location ‘Somewhere-in-London’.
- New Walmington Pier, OO9 Gauge, Exhibited by Dave Carson, Set in Edwardian times the layout depicts a fictitious small pier tramway with a carousel at the end. Working along the pier is a Southend Pier 1890 "Toastrack" car.
- Roadwater, EM Gauge, Exhibited by Steve Walker, Terminus on a ‘might-have-been’ truncated GWR branch in the 1920s. I have changed history and assumed the line remained, linking to the Taunton – Minehead branch at Washford.
- Trinity Dock Street Bridge, OO Gauge, Exhibited by Gavin Rose, A model railway layout, based on the lines around the town docks area of Hull, set just pre WW2 on a dank dark February in 1939.
- Klapping, HO Gauge, Exhibited by Mike Roualle, The layout is a fictionalised setting somewhere south of Graz in Austria, including Wiesel double-deck carriages, City Shuttle single deckers, 4020 and Siemens Desiro EMUs as well as a 5062 railcar.
- Naples Street, TT Gauge, Exhibited by Rod Shaw, Naples Street is a small American switching layout, with an industrial park straddling the street, this is served by a variety of freight cars moved around by two small diesel switchers.
- Airesby Colliery, N Gauge, Exhibited by Stephen Beck, A modern image sound fitted layout, featuring working coal loader, based on coal movements from the colliery and onwards.