Hello and welcome to the website of Ayr Model Railway Group. We are also on facebook (ayrmrgsandgate) and twitter (@ayrmrg). Our own show will take place on the weekend of Saturday 15th September and Sunday 16th September 2018 in the Citadel Leisure Centre, South Harbour Street, Ayr KA71JB. Opening times are Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm. Admission prices are Adults £6, Child £4 and Family £12 (2+2).
The following is a list of whats coming to the show so far
Cheltenham Model Centre (www.cheltenhammodelcentre.com)
Squires tools (www.squirestools.com/)
The Junction box (www.thejunctionbox.net)
Pooleys Puffers (http://www.pooleyspuffers.com/)
Durham trains of Stanley (http://durhamtrainsofstanley.co.uk/my_store/)
North Road trains (www.northroadtrains.co.uk/)
Douglas Blades books
If there is a particular item you want a trader to bring with them for you to purchase at the show, get in touch with them and they’ll try and help you out.
Pathhead Our own large 1980s/90s layout. Ayrshire coal trains at there best. Plenty of the class’s 20, 26, 37. And throw in the odd 56 and sixty.
Blair Atholl (www.blairatholl-drumochter.co.uk) by Ian Mc Creadie. This visually stunning layout is on it’s first visit to Ayr.
Laurencekirk An incredibly detailed large steam themed layout from Perth mrg.
Triang Railways by David Coddington. A trip back to where it all started
Blackwood Junction Our own extensive modern themed n gauge layout.
Stoddart Lock by Renfrewshire mrg. Making its first visit to Ayr.
Stanley Junction by The East Kilbride mrg. This is the layouts debut as an exhibition layout.
Ketton Cement. Another layout making its first visit to our exhibition.
Ayrshire railway preservation group (www.scottishindustrialrailwaycentre.org.uk)
Scottish modellers (www.scottishmodellers.co.uk)
Catering at the show is provided courtesy of Ayr Ark (http://www.ayrark.co.uk)
The award winning Blairatholl Towards Drumochter Layout (http://www.blairatholl-drumochter.co.uk) is coming to our show in September.
76079 heading west from Whitby on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Photo courtesy of P Clark
The following photos come courtesy of P Drummond