2015 MILTON KEYNES MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITION

SATURDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2015, 10.00am – 4.30pm

Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Stantonbury, Milton Keynes. MK14 6BN

  • Prices held for 2015
  • Great new venue – Stantonbury Leisure Centre
  • Avoid the queues – tickets available now!

Further details


Tickets will be available at the door on the day or can be bought in advance online (via WeGotTickets) or by post (until 31 January 2015). See below for details.

Buy tickets

Adults: £5.00 (plus £0.50 if purchasing online)
Children: £3.50 (plus £0.35 if purchasing online)
Family (2 adults + 3 children): £10.00 (plus £1.00 if purchasing online)

When purchasing your ticket online, you will be given a booking reference number; please keep this safe as you will be asked to provide it when you arrive to gain entry to the exhibition.

Tickets by post

Advance tickets are available by post until Saturday 31st January 2015.
 
Please download and complete the application form (linked below) and send with your cheque payment to the address given on the form. Please ensure you enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your form and payment.

Downloadable advance ticket form

 

Rail ticket discounts

Discount on entry if you travel to the show by rail and purchase your ticket on the door. Simply show your valid rail ticket at the door when purchasing your ticket to obtain discount as follows:

  • Adults: £4.50 with valid rail ticket
  • Children: £2.50 with valid rail ticket
  • Families: £9.00 with valid rail ticket


Location

We are pleased to announce that our 2015 exhibition will be held at Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Milton Keynes:

Stantonbury Leisure Centre
Stantonbury Arts & Leisure
Stantonbury
Milton Keynes
MK14 6BN

Visit the Stantonbury Leisure Centre website (opens new window).

Our Exhibition Manager, Terry Silver, comments:

‘We were delighted with the success of our 2014 exhibition which was attended by a record 2,300 people. Building on that success, we are moving to Stantonbury Leisure Centre this year. This provides us with additional exhibition space on a more compact site so we can offer visitors even more excellent layouts, traders and demonstrations with less walking between halls!’

FREE BUS SERVICES

Free bus services will be in operation from MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL and BLETCHLEY rail stations for use by rail and bus ticket holders. See ‘TRAVEL’ section for details.


 

T scale

Stratfield, Michael Towers
A tiny T gauge layout in a guitar case!

Z scale

RheingauZ, David Guscott
Features the River Rhein in Germany, based on the vineyards around the towns of Rüdesheim on the East Bank and Bingen on the West Bank. Rhein barges and pleasure boats move along the river as well as German, Swiss and Austrian rail traffic. Featured in October 2012 Continental Modeller.

Sankei Valley, Peter McConnell
A Japanese mainline station with lots of through trains, diesel and electric, plus a small branch line. All stock and buildings are genuine Japanese.

N scale

Contrarius Passing and Depot, Chris Baker
Contrarius gives an impression of large scale American Railroading. The Passenger trains are broadly correct in length while freight trains are between a third and half of scale length.

Dawes Creek, Dave Dawes www.dawdawes.com
Australian outline, based on Kiata, Victoria State using 5' 3" broad gauge

Lowbeck Hall East (MPD), Kevin Williams
Motive power depot situated somewhere at the ‘border’ of South and West Yorkshire. Operations are set in the early '70s during the transition to TOPS, with the depot being regularly visited by both blue and two-tone green diesels.

N gauge shunting puzzle, Wayne Webb
Try your hand at shunting. Looks easy? Give it a try and see how you get on!

Rusbury Basin, Billericay Model Railway Group www.billericaymrg.org/pages/Layouts/RusburyBasin.html
Rural setting depicting a high speed line which has replaced a line which once served the canal industry.

Small N Working, Ian Redman www.smallnworking.co.uk
An exercise in minimalism even by N gauge standards. A light-hearted display of working N gauge trains in what might seem impossibly small spaces. Proof that you DO have room for a layout!

Webber Heights, Gareth Homersley www.silverfoxdcc.org
An N Gauge tram layout built from the KATO UNITRAM system. It also has a TOMYTEC Moving Bus running around the layout.

William's Curve, Bill Ball Peter Ball
USA and Canadian outline freight and passenger railroads. Run for the owners' pleasure, so expect to see anything and everything in any order!

00n3 and 009 scales

Ilfracombe East, Brian Key
Terminus of the fictitious Blackmoor Gate-Ilfracombe branch of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway. Set in the Southern period (1923-1935), but a number of vehicles retain their old L&B colours.

Plas Halt, Jon Potter
Based on its namesake on the Ffestiniog Railway and set in the present day, but 1990s and 2000 eras sometimes shown. Stock mainly scratch or kit built.

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TT scale

Sabins End, Kevin West
The layout depicts a small country terminus station. There is a small goods yard and a dairy. Location is ‘somewhere in England, so stock from all of the big four companies and British Railways will be seen.

H0 scale

Felsen, John Smith www.smithslayouts.com
An imaginary town in the German Mosel Valley, somewhere between Koblenz and Trier. Set in the late 1950s/early 1960s with steam and diesel operation.

Red Hook Bay, Mike Carter
A fictitious busy seaport on the coast of Maine, USA set in the 1940s. The town is a major transport hub for the coastal islands off Maine. Featured in Continental Modeller, November 2014 and the 2014 Autumn Special.

Zevendaal. Netherlands, Tom Nicholls www.csmrc.co.uk/layoutpageZevendaal.html
Dutch Modern Image Freight Open Access 1990s. Zevendaal is fictitiously based in the Overijssel region of the Netherlands; its character taken from the rail yards and docks of Zutphen and Deventer.

EM scale

Burton Bradstock, Chris Lester
BR(W) late 1950s period set in Dorset; based on the Abbotsbory branch imagining it was extended to Burton Bradstock.

Oldshaw, Alan Bevan Maggie Bevan
Imaginary location in the west country in the late '70s/early '80s. Passenger traffic has dwindled and is handled by a single DMU and freight in the form of coal and a local engineering factory (served by a private siding) are the only things keeping the branch open.

Pen-y-Madoc, Steve Farrow www.hullmrs.org/pen-y-madoc.htm
Pen-y-Madoc is a 'might have been' layout based loosely upon Porthmadog in North Wales. The Cob has not been built and the Festiniog Railway is a horse tramway, now abandoned. Pen-y-Madoc has not greatly profited from slates and has found prosperity difficult to achieve.

00 scale


Abbey Road, John Polley www.metromodels.net/mredata.htm
Fictitious split level London Underground station in north-west London. The layout was specifically designed & built for exhibition display & is, in fact, two layouts in one. Many TV appearances including 'Sherlock' in December 2013.

Ashton Road, Martin Taylor
A fictional satellite/offshoot of Eastfield set in Glasgow area combining a small depot and a small engineers yard set loosely in a west end suburb. A strong underlying Scottish theme, set in the 1990s, with one or two oddities for poetic licence!

Barton Crossing, Dave Court www.mkmrs.org.uk/layouts/barton-road
A work-in-progress, Barton Crossing is the new MKMRS 00 scale layout. Features both DC and DCC operation on two levels.

Evington St John, Shaun Greet
Evington St John is set in East Anglia in the late '60's early '70's, depicting a freight only branch serving a local yard. An occasional DMU appears on a railtour, whilst freight is handled by class 08, 15 and 31 locos.

Foster Road, Dan Deathe
TBA

Hornby Road, Jim Rainer
Hornby Dublo collected over a period of 20 years. Everything dated between 1946-1964. Includes 5 baseboards and 2 side boards locked to form a 10' x 6' layout.

Loughborough Road, Alan Paley Simon Paley
Loughborough Road is a “might-have-been” layout and incorporates bits of real family history. It is a fiddle yard to terminus scheme built on a slight curve. The time period is 1895 to 1920 allowing the use of Midland, LNWR and LMS passenger and goods stock.

Oulton TMD, Allan Cromarty www.cromarty100.supanet.com
Fictitious traction and maintenance depot location set in the midlands, utilising locos and rolling stock that typically ran from the mid eighties until privatisation in 1995.

Thomas at Silverfox Island, Gareth Homersley www.silverfoxdcc.org
A DCC layout built for children to operate. A double track loop passing through scenery - come and try your driving skills using DCC operation.

Underground Ernie, Kevin Emsley
Press the buttons and shuttle the Underground trains in and out of International Station. Look out for favourite characters from many films and TV series!

Whitehall, Roger White Don Hall
Typical large example of the 'perfect tabletop' railway as advertised by Meccano Ltd in the 40s and 50s for the Hornby Dublo three rail system. Features locos and reolling stock wth accessories.

0n30 (0-16.5) and O14 scales

Glendon Halt, MKMRS www.mkmrs.org.uk
Scratch built and kindly donated by John Mileson (see Medborough). A compact narrow gauge layout illustrating use of 0 gauge in a limted space.

Twa Dale Estates Railway, Duncan Crosser
Represents a 2 foot narrow gauge industrial scene. Track work is all handmade from components & the layout is designed to be capable of fully automatic operation.

1:35 scale

SM32 scale

0 scale


Henrell Wharf, Jon Potter
A fictitious joint BR(M) and BR(W) terminus located on the Welsh borders modelled before closure in the 1960s. Steam still appears alongside diesels with a dwindling passenger service alongside mixed goods traffic.

Medborough, John Mileson
0 gauge finescale layout inspired by the Great Central Railway, but in a fictitious location. Stock is more of a LMR flavour representing members' interests.

Rhydwyn Fawr Steel, Ian Blackburn
Pronounced ‘hri-dwin-vower’ or ‘Great Whiteford’ when translated into English. Set in a corner of a fictional South Wales steelworks. Set on two main levels, the top level is dominated by the large steel mill on the left.

The Tinplate 'Boys', David Ramsey
A varied assortment of tinplate manufacturers spanning over a century, using both clockwork and electric operation.

G scale

Putnoe Halt, Simon Marshall
Demonstrates that although these are large trains you don’t have to have a large space! Based on a small country village station with a couple of goods sidings, most trains and rolling stock used is of foreign origin.

Other scales & demonstrations

Brickville Town Harbour, Martin Shenton
A Lego town and harbour with working trains and cars. How many famous characters can you spot?!

FULL LIST OF ALL LAYOUTS & DEMOS

Abbey Road, John Polley www.metromodels.net/mredata.htm
"00"
Fictitious split level London Underground station in north-west London. The layout was specifically designed & built for exhibition display & is, in fact, two layouts in one. Many TV appearances including 'Sherlock' in December 2013.



Ashton Road, Martin Taylor
"00"
A fictional satellite/offshoot of Eastfield set in Glasgow area combining a small depot and a small engineers yard set loosely in a west end suburb. A strong underlying Scottish theme, set in the 1990s, with one or two oddities for poetic licence!



Barton Crossing, Dave Court www.mkmrs.org.uk/layouts/barton-road
"00"
A work-in-progress, Barton Crossing is the new MKMRS 00 scale layout. Features both DC and DCC operation on two levels.



Brickville Town Harbour, Martin Shenton
"Other"
A Lego town and harbour with working trains and cars. How many famous characters can you spot?!



Burton Bradstock, Chris Lester
"EM"
BR(W) late 1950s period set in Dorset; based on the Abbotsbory branch imagining it was extended to Burton Bradstock.



Contrarius Passing and Depot, Chris Baker
"N"
Contrarius gives an impression of large scale American Railroading. The Passenger trains are broadly correct in length while freight trains are between a third and half of scale length.



Dawes Creek, Dave Dawes www.dawdawes.com
"N"
Australian outline, based on Kiata, Victoria State using 5' 3" broad gauge



Evington St John, Shaun Greet
"00"
Evington St John is set in East Anglia in the late '60's early '70's, depicting a freight only branch serving a local yard. An occasional DMU appears on a railtour, whilst freight is handled by class 08, 15 and 31 locos.



Felsen, John Smith www.smithslayouts.com
"H0"
An imaginary town in the German Mosel Valley, somewhere between Koblenz and Trier. Set in the late 1950s/early 1960s with steam and diesel operation.



Foster Road, Dan Deathe
"00"
TBA



Glendon Halt, MKMRS www.mkmrs.org.uk
"0-16.5"
Scratch built and kindly donated by John Mileson (see Medborough). A compact narrow gauge layout illustrating use of 0 gauge in a limted space.



Henrell Wharf, Jon Potter
"0"
A fictitious joint BR(M) and BR(W) terminus located on the Welsh borders modelled before closure in the 1960s. Steam still appears alongside diesels with a dwindling passenger service alongside mixed goods traffic.



Hornby Road, Jim Rainer
"00"
Hornby Dublo collected over a period of 20 years. Everything dated between 1946-1964. Includes 5 baseboards and 2 side boards locked to form a 10' x 6' layout.



Ilfracombe East, Brian Key
"00n3"
Terminus of the fictitious Blackmoor Gate-Ilfracombe branch of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway. Set in the Southern period (1923-1935), but a number of vehicles retain their old L&B colours.



Loughborough Road, Alan Paley Simon Paley
"00"
Loughborough Road is a “might-have-been” layout and incorporates bits of real family history. It is a fiddle yard to terminus scheme built on a slight curve. The time period is 1895 to 1920 allowing the use of Midland, LNWR and LMS passenger and goods stock.



Lowbeck Hall East (MPD), Kevin Williams
"N"
Motive power depot situated somewhere at the ‘border’ of South and West Yorkshire. Operations are set in the early '70s during the transition to TOPS, with the depot being regularly visited by both blue and two-tone green diesels.



Medborough, John Mileson
"0"
0 gauge finescale layout inspired by the Great Central Railway, but in a fictitious location. Stock is more of a LMR flavour representing members' interests.



N gauge shunting puzzle, Wayne Webb
"N"
Try your hand at shunting. Looks easy? Give it a try and see how you get on!



Oldshaw, Alan Bevan Maggie Bevan
"EM"
Imaginary location in the west country in the late '70s/early '80s. Passenger traffic has dwindled and is handled by a single DMU and freight in the form of coal and a local engineering factory (served by a private siding) are the only things keeping the branch open.



Oulton TMD, Allan Cromarty www.cromarty100.supanet.com
"00"
Fictitious traction and maintenance depot location set in the midlands, utilising locos and rolling stock that typically ran from the mid eighties until privatisation in 1995.



Pen-y-Madoc, Steve Farrow www.hullmrs.org/pen-y-madoc.htm
"EM"
Pen-y-Madoc is a 'might have been' layout based loosely upon Porthmadog in North Wales. The Cob has not been built and the Festiniog Railway is a horse tramway, now abandoned. Pen-y-Madoc has not greatly profited from slates and has found prosperity difficult to achieve.



Plas Halt, Jon Potter
"00n3"
Based on its namesake on the Ffestiniog Railway and set in the present day, but 1990s and 2000 eras sometimes shown. Stock mainly scratch or kit built.



Putnoe Halt, Simon Marshall
"G"
Demonstrates that although these are large trains you don’t have to have a large space! Based on a small country village station with a couple of goods sidings, most trains and rolling stock used is of foreign origin.



Red Hook Bay, Mike Carter
"H0"
A fictitious busy seaport on the coast of Maine, USA set in the 1940s. The town is a major transport hub for the coastal islands off Maine. Featured in Continental Modeller, November 2014 and the 2014 Autumn Special.



RheingauZ, David Guscott
"Z"
Features the River Rhein in Germany, based on the vineyards around the towns of Rüdesheim on the East Bank and Bingen on the West Bank. Rhein barges and pleasure boats move along the river as well as German, Swiss and Austrian rail traffic. Featured in October 2012 Continental Modeller.



Rhydwyn Fawr Steel, Ian Blackburn
"0"
Pronounced ‘hri-dwin-vower’ or ‘Great Whiteford’ when translated into English. Set in a corner of a fictional South Wales steelworks. Set on two main levels, the top level is dominated by the large steel mill on the left.



Rusbury Basin, Billericay Model Railway Group www.billericaymrg.org/pages/Layouts/RusburyBasin.html
"N"
Rural setting depicting a high speed line which has replaced a line which once served the canal industry.



Sabins End, Kevin West
"TT"
The layout depicts a small country terminus station. There is a small goods yard and a dairy. Location is ‘somewhere in England, so stock from all of the big four companies and British Railways will be seen.



Sankei Valley, Peter McConnell
"Z"
A Japanese mainline station with lots of through trains, diesel and electric, plus a small branch line. All stock and buildings are genuine Japanese.



Small N Working, Ian Redman www.smallnworking.co.uk
"N"
An exercise in minimalism even by N gauge standards. A light-hearted display of working N gauge trains in what might seem impossibly small spaces. Proof that you DO have room for a layout!



Stratfield, Michael Towers
"T"
A tiny T gauge layout in a guitar case!



The Tinplate 'Boys', David Ramsey
"0"
A varied assortment of tinplate manufacturers spanning over a century, using both clockwork and electric operation.



Thomas at Silverfox Island, Gareth Homersley www.silverfoxdcc.org
"00"
A DCC layout built for children to operate. A double track loop passing through scenery - come and try your driving skills using DCC operation.



Twa Dale Estates Railway, Duncan Crosser
"0-16.5"
Represents a 2 foot narrow gauge industrial scene. Track work is all handmade from components & the layout is designed to be capable of fully automatic operation.



Underground Ernie, Kevin Emsley
"00"
Press the buttons and shuttle the Underground trains in and out of International Station. Look out for favourite characters from many films and TV series!



Webber Heights, Gareth Homersley www.silverfoxdcc.org
"N"
An N Gauge tram layout built from the KATO UNITRAM system. It also has a TOMYTEC Moving Bus running around the layout.



Whitehall, Roger White Don Hall
"00"
Typical large example of the 'perfect tabletop' railway as advertised by Meccano Ltd in the 40s and 50s for the Hornby Dublo three rail system. Features locos and reolling stock wth accessories.



William's Curve, Bill Ball Peter Ball
"N"
USA and Canadian outline freight and passenger railroads. Run for the owners' pleasure, so expect to see anything and everything in any order!



Zevendaal. Netherlands, Tom Nicholls www.csmrc.co.uk/layoutpageZevendaal.html
"H0"
Dutch Modern Image Freight Open Access 1990s. Zevendaal is fictitiously based in the Overijssel region of the Netherlands; its character taken from the rail yards and docks of Zutphen and Deventer.





Cheltenham Model Centre www.cheltenhammodelcentre.com
Model railways old and new; from N to 0 gauge.



Dean's Bargains
Second hand stock sale from MKMRS member Nick Dean.



Derby Trees and Scenics www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/suppliers/41393-Derby_Trees_and_Scenics
Specialists in scenery items. Range includes JTT Trees Plants and Flowers, Busch, Mini Natur, Dapol Kits, Scatters etc, plus Thomas range.



Digitrains Ltd www.digitrains.co.uk
DCC systems, decoders, accessories and locos.



DoubleO Scenics www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/suppliers/41735-DoubleoScenics
Budget priced static grass applicator & range of static grasses.



East West Rail www.eastwestrail.org.uk
East West Rail is reinstating the former Oxford - Cambridge railway to connect East Anglia with Central, Southern and Western England, via Bletchley. Come and talk to the team!



Glomart Displays glomartdisplays.blogspot.co.uk
Display cases, transport prints and diecast models.



Great Central (Model) Railways
0 gauge die cast, tin plate, Bassett Lowke & Hornby, Kit & Scratch Built locos, Hornby Dublo two & three rail tin plate and super detailed Coaches, 00 scale Bachmann, Hornby, Lima etc.



Grimy Times www.grimytimes.co.uk
Supply of weathered locos & rolling stock and Sankey Scenics Railway Signage. Bespoke weathering and renumbering.



Hedgerow Scenics
Flexible grass mats, bespoke hedgerows, copse and wooded areas.



Ian's Trains
A comprehensive selection of pre-owned desirable models in 0, 00 and N scales. From mint boxed items to useful bargain accessories.



JB's Model World www.jbsmodelworld.co.uk
Supplier of adaptable rolling stock storage solutions for N – 00/H0 gauge.



Keith's Model Railways
Second hand and new modern image plus good selection of diecast cars, lorries, buses etc. bought and part-exchanged; all guaranteed.



Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership www.marstonvalecommunityrail.org.uk
The Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership is one of a growing number of Community Rail Partnerships across the country. Promoting the Marston Vale (Bedford-Bletchley) line.



Milton Keynes Model Engineering Society www.mkmes.org.uk
Take a ride on the portable miniature railway upstairs in the gallery! Provided by our near neighbours who also run the Miniature Railway at Caldecotte Lake.



Milton Keynes Model Railway Society www.mkmrs.org.uk
Exhibition and club information stand. Find out more about what we do and how to join us.



Model World plus.google.com/111525546306651799639
New and secondhand model railway locos, rolling stock and other items.



Oddstones
The London & North Western Region Society stand has a selection of models and memorabilia associated with the L&NWR. Society books are available for sale.



P & D Marsh www.pdmarshmodels.com
White metal kits, painted models and laser cut structures in N and 00 scales.



Pendon Museum Trust www.pendonmuseum.com
Pendon Museum will be showing images of the museum and welcoming people to visit the inspiring Pendon landscape.



Railroom Electronics www.railroomelectronics.co.uk
Electrical items, switches, wire, signal, lamps, LEDs, bulbs, plug & sockets, metal tubing, soldering, DCC items, connectors and much more!



Railway Artist www.jamesgreenart.co.uk
Railway paintings, limited edition prints and greetings cards.



Railway Correspondence & Travel Society (RCTS) www.rcts.org.uk/branches/milton_keynes
Society publications, second hand books, postcards and information about the Society and its local Milton Keynes branch.



Talyllyn Railway www.talyllyn.co.uk/area-groups
The Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society was formed in 1950. Local members meet at Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway. Come and talk to us today and find out more about what we do and how to get involved.



Tootally Thomas www.tootallythomas.co.uk
One of the largest selections of Thomas toys in the UK. Stockists and importers of the Bachmann models, Take-n-Play die-cast and Trackmaster battery powered engines and sets.



Totem Signs www.modelrailsigns.co.uk
Custom railway signs made to order.



TPA Books
New and secondhand railway books plus a selection of railwayana including lamps and signs.



Wrenn Specialist (Andy Dayton) www.wrennspecialist.co.uk
Wrenn and Hornby Dublo model railways including refurbishment services. An extensive range of decorative "Railway" wall plates.





How to get there

Address

Stantonbury Leisure Centre
Stantonbury Arts & Leisure
Stantonbury
Milton Keynes
MK14 6BN (click postcode for map).

Although additional and ample free parking will be available this year, we do encourage our visitors to travel by public transport as this helps to ease congestion around the exhibition venue.

 

By Train and/or Bus

MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL STATION

Travel by London Midland, Southern Railway or Virgin Trains.

BLETCHLEY STATION

Travel by London Midland or Southern Railway.

Free bus services

FREE BUS SERVICES WILL BE IN OPERATION FROM MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL AND BLETCHLEY RAIL STATIONS FOR RAIL AND BUS TICKET HOLDERS. BUSES WILL OPERATE AS FOLLOWS:

  • From MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL STATION at 00 AND 30 MINS PAST EACH HOUR from 9.30am until 3.00pm
  • From BLETCHLEY STATION at 50 MINS PAST EACH HOUR from 9.50am until 2.50pm (timed to connect with arrivals from Bedford).

 

RETURN SERVICES WILL LEAVE FROM THE EXHIBITION AS FOLLOWS:

  • To MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL at 15 and 45 PAST EACH HOUR until 4.15pm
  • To BLETCHLEY at 30 PAST EACH HOUR until 4.30pm (timed to connect with departures to Bedford).

 

Alternative bus services from Milton Keynes Central

If you don’t want to wait for the free bus from Milton Keynes Central station, bus 13 stops close to Stantonbury Leisure Centre. This is especially worth considering for concessionary pass holders who travel free on service buses. Signs will be in place to guide you from the bus stop to the exhibition. Details as follows:

Z & S SERVICE 13. Bus no. 13 towards Bradville (starts at Central Milton Keynes) from stop Z5 outside Milton Keynes Central station. Buses run hourly at 30 mins past each hour from Milton Keynes Central station. You should alight at Monks Way. The journey time is about 10 minutes. Further details on the Z & S route 13 timetable (PDF).


See the London Midland website for details.

See the Southern Railway website for details.

See the Virgin Trains website for details.

Visit our friends at the Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership website:

By Car


General directions are given below. However, you may also wish to try using the free AA Routefinder service by entering the venue’s postcode of MK5 7ZT. The AA website is available at: www.theaa.com.

CAR PARKING

The venue has a large free car park and staff will be on hand to direct you to vacant spaces. However, at times it may be necessary to make use of our overflow car park near Morrisons petrol station. We have provided a map of the driving route from the exhibition to the overflow car park and the walking route back. This is about a ten minute walk.

Directions

DOWNLOAD THESE DIRECTIONS AT:
www.mkmrs.org.uk/resources/downloads/directions.pdf

From M1 North
Leave the motorway at junction 14 and take the 3rd exit. Follow the AA signs from there.
AA sign

From M1 South
Leave the motorway at junction 14 and take the 1st exit. Follow the AA signs from there.
AA sign

From A5 South
Take A5 to Portway roundabout (junction with A509). Take first exit (left) onto A509 (Portway). At Loughton roundabout, continue straight on (second exit, Portway). At Medbourne roundabout, continue straight on (second exit, Portway). At Oakhill roundabout, take first exit (left) onto Tattenhoe Street. At next roundabout, continue straight on (second exit, Tattenhoe Street).

After 300 metres, take exit left into Butcher Lane. At roundabout, take third exit into Walbank Grove. Shenley Brook End School is on your right.

From A5 North
Take A5 to Portway roundabout (junction with A509). Take third exit (right) onto A509 (Portway). At Loughton roundabout, continue straight on (second exit, Portway). At Medbourne roundabout, continue straight on (second exit, Portway). At Oakhill roundabout, take first exit (left) onto Tattenhoe Street. At next roundabout, continue straight on (second exit, Tattenhoe Street).

After 300 metres, take exit left into Butcher Lane. At roundabout, take third exit into Walbank Grove. Shenley Brook End School is on your right.

From A421 (West)
At Windmill Hill roundabout, take the first exit (left) into Tattenhoe Street. Continue straight on at Westcroft Roundabout. After about 300 metres, turn right into Butcher Lane. At roundabout, take third exit into Walbank Grove. Shenley Brook End School is on your right.

From A421 (East)
At Windmill Hill roundabout, take the third exit (right) into Tattenhoe Street. Continue straight on at Westcroft Roundabout. After about 300 metres, turn right into Butcher Lane. At roundabout, take third exit into Walbank Grove. Shenley Brook End School is on your right.

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