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Kendal Model Railway Exhibition 2022


We are looking forward to welcoming visitors back to our annual show at

Kendal Leisure Centre on the 29th and 30th of January 2022,

10am-5pm Sat and 10am-4pm Sun

Adults: £6.00, Concessions: £5.00,

Children (age 6-16): £3.00, Family (2+2): £16.00

Exhibition location map


We will have wider aisles and hand sanitiser available, and will be running a one way system to assist flow between the exhibition spaces.

(Last updated 21/01/22)


Museum of TransportIntriguing exhibits and operating trains, 00 gauge

Gravelly Oak, 1990s West Midlands, N gauge

Loughborough Midland, 1980-2000 Midlands, 00 gauge

Harkness, 1930-50 Northumberland, EM gauge

Dunkow Road, 1960s/70s Western Region, N gauge

Coketown, W.C.M.L. 2015, N gauge

Upper Cwmtwych, 2000 Swansea, N gauge

Furka Oberalp, 1980s to present Swiss metre gauge, HOm

Hartburn, Northumberland, EM gauge

Abbotsford, 1960s Manchester/Liverpool area, N gauge

Rushen Valley Railway, Preserved railway, O gauge

Lochdoun, An automatic layout, just two feet square, 4mm scale 009

Smithy Lane, Hornby tinplate




MTFG Hobbies


Junction Box

Crafty Hobbies

SMTF Model Shop

Squires Model & Craft Tools

JDM Models

Peter Metcalfe - Hornby Dublo 1938-1964

Carnforth Models

Furness Models

Along Classic Lines

David Webb (pictures and clocks)



Societies and groups:

Lakes Line Rail Users Group

Cumbrian Railways Association

Eden Valley Railway Trust

Train Sim

Stephenson Locomotive Society



Kendal M.R.C. Second hand stall

Light refreshments available in the Leisure Centre café