Warley 2017: When and where is the National Model Railway Exhibition

warley national model railway exhibition 2015I try to go to a lot of model railway shows but the one event I never miss is the Warley National Model Railway Exhibition. Here are the essential details for the 2017 show.

Of all the events model railway enthusiasts can go to during the year Warley is the big one.

It is quite simply the biggest and best model railway event of the year!

Bachmann, Hornby, Peco, Graham Farish and your other favorite manufacturers will all be there along with 105 traders, modelling demonstrations and LOTS of model railway and train layouts to see, watch and view. By my counting, there are approx. 90 layouts this year.

Watch this video from the 2015 show to get an idea of what the 2017 exhibition will be like or read my review of the show last year.

When and Where in 2017

The Warley National Model Railway Exhibition 2016 takes place over the weekend of November 25th and 26th at the NEC Birmingham.

How To Get There

The National Exhibition Conference Centre is easy to get to by car, train or even plane.  Journey planning details are available here.

Where to get tickets for the Warley Model Railway Exhibition

Tickets for the show can be bought at the entrance on the day or in advance online. I’d recommend getting them in advance to avoid wasting time queuing on the day. Tickets can be purchased here.

For more details see the Warley show website at http://www.thewarleyshow.co.uk/

Summary, when and where is the 2017 Warley National Model Railway Exhibition

  • When: 25th and 26th November 2017
  • Where: National Exhibition Conference Centre, Birmingham
  • 90 Layouts, 105 traders plus demonstrations.

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