Wombourne Model Railway Show to return
Wombourne Model Railway Show is already gearing up for next year's show.
It will be held on March 7 at Wombourne Civic Centre.
Organised by Midarc, and seeing more than 600 visitors in 2019, funds are raised to support a local dog rescue and other community projects.
2020 will see many new layouts to the show including, Wenlock – a broad diorama of how Much Wenlock station looked in the 1950’s. Children are catered for with Funville, a layout with cars and trains for children to have a practice on. New Walmington Pier is making its debut in the West Midlands as local historian Ned Williams will be showing his layout based on the work of Colonel Stephens. Specially for our younger visitors Thomas and Friends will also be there, battery powered so they can also have a go.
Full trade support with many new and second hand railway items on offer plus advice for the total beginner to the more experienced modeller.
It runs from 10am to 4pm
Admission is adults £5, concessions £3, children under 12 £1, children under five free.
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