10000,10001 and Prototype Deltic on Elederslie Station (O Gauge)
selection of photographs from our 2016 model rail show
Ayr M.R.G. "0" gauge test track at 2016 Ayrshow
Ayr M.R.G. annual show 2016
On the weekend of Saturday 16th September and Sunday 17th September 2017, Ayr Model Railway Group hold their annual exhibition in Citadel Leisure Centre, South Harbour Street , Ayr KA71JB. The show is open on the Saturday from 10am to 5pm and from 10am to 4pm on the Sunday. Admission prices Adult £5, Child £3 and Family (2+2) £13. The following is 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 (www.pooleyspuffers.com/) Durham Trains of Stanley (www.durhamtrainsofstanley.co.uk/) Douglas Blades Doon Valley Models Modelmaster transfers
If there is a specific item you wish a trader to bring to the show for you , get in touch with them and they will try and help you out.
Lammermuir by The Greenock mrg. Depicts the Waverley route before its closure.
Burlington Central by The Perth mrg. An imaginary mid western American layout. That covers all era’s.
West Pickering by Craig and James Watson on behalf of Bonnybridge mrg. A fictitious layout based on the Canadian mainline.
Elderslie Station by Ayr MRG. Our O gauge groups layout centred on Elderslie Station.
Bere Banks by Keith Sully. Based on Bere Alston in Devon. Catering for freight and passengers.
Eaglesham by Bill Auld on behalf of The 12AD group. A new extended version of this popular pre-nationalised themed model railway.
Waddon Marsh by The SDEG group. Another new layout to the circuit. This depicts SR third rail in the 1970/80s.
Tam Shooglie by Falkirk Mrg. Aimed at the younger Thomas and Underground Ernie fans.
Springwood by Stirling and Clackmannan Mrg. Yet another new layout to the circuit. A modern image layout depicting all the well known privatised companies. With the main focus on the fuel unloading point.Queen Margaret Academy Model Railway Group
Roland Turner and his excellent display of Modern image models.
Catering comes courtesy of Ayr Ark (www.ayrark.co.uk/)