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Gauge 0 Guild Ltd – Guildex
September 2, 2017 @ 10:00 am - September 3, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
This is the flagship international event for all 7mm to 1 ft modelling. The AGM is held on the Sunday afternoon separately from the exhibition. There will be Guild technical, membership, sales and publications available. The Guild Executor and Bring and Buy stands will also feature. Demonstrations will include a number of new attendees displaying a range of subjects.
Disabled parking is set aside at the front of the main building. (approx. 60 spaces) This is the responsibility of the Hall management, not the organisers. Whilst there is parking on site, further parking is available in the town centre within easy walking distance.
There is good catering available in the Hall with a bar. Many Hotels, restaurants and banking facilities are within easy walking distance.
OPENING TIMES: SAT 10.00 – 1700. SUN 10.00 – 16.00
ADMISSION: £15.00 is for Adult and Partner and two children. Members charge is £10.00 on production of a valid bar coded membership card.
Layouts booked to attend:
There Are Two Test Tracks Catering For DC, DCC and Live Steam Running
Thanasse Cabusart – Nearly 30m of Belgian Countryside.
Tendring Hundreds – Hornby Tinplate Memories.
Graig Wen – A Colliery Layout.
Laramie Engine Terminal.
Johnstown Road – Cambrian Railway Might Have Been.
Aberemlyn – A GWR Terminus.
Plas Edwards Shed – A Micro Shed Layout.
Burdale Quarry – A 1970, s Quarry Layout in North Yorkshire.
Medborough – An Ex Great Central Branch Line.
Bridgwater – The Somerset and Dorset at the Beginning of the 20th Century.
Harlyn Pier – A North Cornwall Might Have Been.
Gold Corner – A Broad Gauge Line in Somerset.
Bad Obing – A German Terminus.
Weydon Road – Main Line Steam and Some Diesels.
Traders attending the show:
A Full List of Over 100 Traders Can be Viewed on the Guild Website, Together With the Guide at
There will be demonstrations by:
Derek Mundy-Semaphore Signalling.
Ruth Redgwick-Figure Painting.
Sandy Harper, Resistance Soldering.
Brian Daniels, Diesel and Electric locos with DCC Sound.
Brian Flanagan, Coaches from etched brass kits.
Nick Baines Scratch Building workshop.
Owen Smith Wagon building and weathering.
Bob Deakin, Painted backscenes.
Norman Solomon, bespoke trackwork.
David Wright, Creating scenery and Buildings.
Ian Rathbone, Painting and lining.
The 82g loco clinic will also be available staffed by Fred Lewis, John Edwards and Peter Silvester. There are also a number of guild stands providing information on a variety of modelling subjects.
There will be other displays by:
Guild Teams Located in the Guild Village Include:
Technical Committee Demos
Guild Clothing Sales
Video & Guild DVD Service
Meeting Point and Information
The Guild Bring and Buy Stand and Also the
Executor and Trustee Sales Stand Will be in Attendance.