3rd Annual Model Railway Show 2018

Mercury Bay Model Railway Club is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Show in the Mercury Bay. Displays of Model Railway , Military Equipment, Hornby Tin Plate, Britain’s Figures

Friday 20th – Saturday 21st July 2018
Whitianga Baptist Church, 112 Cook Drive Whitianga
10am – 2pm

Gold Coin Entry Fee

Thank you so much so many people 120 approx over the two days

Kids Colouring Competition

Download a copy of the Color Competition (or collect copies from Paper Plus Whitianga or St Johns Op Shop Whitianga) to win a pop up book and other goodies. Ideal age range to enjoy the prizes is 6-14  but we’ll accept entries from any age.

Entries must be placed in the marked box at the Show. The winner will be selected on Saturday 21st July after the show and notified by the contact details on their entry. Judges decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into.

The Judges decided to split the prize over the age groups

winner are:


Eddie Fraser, Tairua – Train pop up book


Mikayla, Whitianga – 500 pc Puzzle


Hayden Heerdegen,  Hamilton – Balsa rubber band Airplane

5 thoughts on “3rd Annual Model Railway Show 2018

  1. Hi Damon
    This is Philip Sharp. One of my roles in model railways is being secretary of the Auckland Garden Railway Society. I plan to put a note about your third annual model railway show in our next newsletter. I have read the description for the show on your club’s website. What is meant by “Britain’s Figures”?

    Best wishes.


      1. Hi Philip, show went well great turn out of around 160 people, in the end had ten people displays lined up but three puled out last min, all in all great show.


    1. Hi Philip

      just staring to plan 2019 show, possible 18-20 July 2019 10-2pm showings.

      it seams i may have a few more this year, keep you posted


      1. Hi Damon

        Thanks for letting me know. I’ll be overseas for much of July and will miss the show. I can advertise it in “The Limited” if you wish. This is the monthly newsletter for the Auckland Model Railway Clubs.

        Best wishes.



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