Cambridge Exhibition Saturday 1st April 2017

Photos of previous Exhibitions : 2014 2013

10am until 4pm (last admission 3:30pm) at:

Admission:

Adults: £4.50

Concessions: £3.50

Children: £2.00 (Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult)

For any group with 2 or more Children, one child will be admitted Free

Children under 5 are admitted Free

SAWSTON VILLAGE COLLEGE
NEW ROAD
SAWSTON
CAMBRIDGE
CB22 3BP

** Plenty of Free Parking Available **

There is a Large Free Car Park at the College

Getting There

(A Map & Some Directions are Here)

By Public Transport : Take the Citi 7 bus from Cambridge City Centre or Cambridge Railway Station
The bus goes via Shelford to Sawston.
Alight at the traffic lights, New Road, Sawston. The exhibition is signposted from
the traffic lights and is a short walk away. The bus timetable is Here .

By Car : Please note that we have not been given permission to have signposts from the M11, Junction 10.
We apologise for any inconvenience, please follow the directions below:

1) Leave the M11 at Junction 10
2) Take the A505, heading towards Newmarket and Saffron Walden
3) Keep in the left hand lane on the A505 (do not take the slip road to Whittlesford) and continue straight on at the first roundabout, towards Newmarket and Saffron Walden
4) Continue on the A505 until the next roundabout (BP Garage & MacDonald's on right), take the first exit onto A1301 towards Sawston & Shelford
5) Do not take the immediate right hand fork, signposted Sawston, but stay on the A1301
6) After approximately 2 miles, the road is split by a central reservation, turn right into Mill Lane the left into New Road
Sawston Village College is on the left of New Road after approximately a quarter mile.

If coming along the A14 / A11 from the East:
1) Leave the A14 at Junction 36 onto the A11 toward London
2) Continue on A11 until the junction with the A505, near Great Abington, take the A505 towards Royston
3) Continue on the A505 until the roundabout with the A1301, (BP Garage & MacDonald's on left, across roundabout), take the third exit onto the A1301 towards Sawston & Shelford
4) Do not take the immediate right hand fork, signposted Sawston, but stay on the A1301
5) After approximately 2 miles, the road is split by a central reservation, turn right into Mill Lane the left into New Road
Sawston Village College is on the left of New Road after approximately a quarter mile.

 

Features:

Working layouts in gauges "N" to "O",

Trade Stands,

Refreshments,

Wheelchair Access

Layouts confirmed:

Elboe - (N, BR Steam / Early Diesel)
Motley - (OO, Freelance)
East Park Depot - (OO, BR Diesel Era)
Midsummer End - (N, GWR Branch Line)
Jiggerful Junction - (OO, Vintage 3-Rail)
Terminus - All Change! - (OO/HO, Heritage Trams)
Ledsham St.Yard - (O, Freelance Industrial)
Lowe St. - (OO, BR(E) 1958-60)
East Sternham - (OO, Contemporary D&E)
Snape Maltings - (EM, BR 1970s)
Cornard - (OO, BR ex GC)
Oakley Green - (OO, BR(S) 1970s)
Grandad's Trains - (O, Vintage O Gauge 3-rail)

And the following Societies:

Cambridge Model Engineers
Holden F5 Locomotive Society

Supported by the following Traders:

Joe Lock - Pre-owned Locomotives, Rolling Stock & Accessories
Keith Hadley - New & Pre-owned Locomotives, Rolling Stock & Accessories
Bob Pearman - Books, Magazines & DVDs
Model Scenery Supplies - All the Items You Need to Build Realistic Landscapes.
Layouts 4 U - Model Railway Lighting and Unique Hand Made Scenics
Great Eastern Transport - Railway & Transport DVDs
Classic Baseboards - Traditional High Quality Model Railway Baseboards for any Gauge
Make Your Mark Models - A range of OO Gauge Resin Kits and Wagon Loads
Finescale Buildings - Download, Print & Build. Designed for Model Railways & Street Scenes.
Great Eastern Models - New & Pre-owned Locomotives, Rolling Stock & Accessories
Laser Cut Railway Models - Laser cut kits - Platform Canopies, Signal Boxes & much more

The famous 31a Club Sales Stand will also be present

 

** This page will be updated as further information becomes available**