The Bridlington (Area) Railway Modellers and Train Enthusiasts Society (BARMATES) are holding their annual show on 25th May.
A new and larger venue has been selected this year for the popular show which will be held at Emmanuel Church on Cardigan Road in Bridlington.
Doors open at 10.am and the event runs until 4.pm
The are a number of layouts provided by Bridlington Society members, plus up to 10 visiting layouts. There will be selection of layouts in different scales and gauges.
The smaller ’N’ gauge is represented this year by Lea Green Yard, Coal Hill West, Glynton Bridge and visiting Bridlington for the first time are the Ebor Group of modellers with a layout called Sutherland Street.
The 00/4mm scale is represented by Rectory Farm Sidings, St Trinians, and Hedon Road yard – a layout based on a fictional engine shed in Hull.
Mill lane is a narrow gauge layout, and making its exhibition debut in Bridlington is Garside which is a live steam narrow gauge layout.
The show will also have trade support selling model railway items, memorabilia and collectables.
The operators of some of the layouts will be encouraging members of the public to have a go at ‘running a railway’ and will be able to give lots of information and advice about the hobby.
Admission is £4 for adults, with concessions priced at £3.50. Children under 16 are admitted free when accompanied by a paying adult.
For further information: www.bridmodelrail.org.uk or Facebook: Bridlington Model Rail.