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Abingdon Model Railway show hits town again on 28th February at the Tennis and Leisure Centre.
This year you can see a scale model of Abingdon Station – now a supermarket and a home for the elderly.
You can also see a model of Radley station (with a bit of modellers imagination added) so you could perhaps picture a ride on the bunk from Radley to Abingdon.
If you go to the Model Railway show and look at the Abingdon layout you will see exactly how it looked – the Statioj building in the middle picture is where Old Station House is now, Waitrose Is pretty much on the platform, the line went out through the car park and the industrial units at the other end of it. If you think expanding Culham Station will expand the traffic into Abingdon, what do you think of the effect on traffic into Abingdon of the proposed bridge over the Thames connecting Didcot to Culham? Two local politicians are on the front of the local paper saying it will decrease the traffic in Abingdon. And with the proposed 1000 houses on the North of Abingdon, just how are substantial fraction of these going to get to work at Culham Science Centre? Abingdon & District model Railway Club are holding their annual exhibition on Saturday 31st October at the Civic Hall in Didcot.
There will be a selection of working layouts in all the popular scales and gauges and these will be supported by a small trade presence.
What are we about?I know there are many women or maybe men who follow their partners around the country attending shows, going to events and preserved railways but my main issue has always been getting to a town or city looking for that elusive model shop and not being able to find it. St Peter’s put on its third Autumn Fair and Model Railway Exhibition on November 7th 2009, and everyone said it was the best yet. The show was sponsored by Co-op Funeral Services, and our local Co-op funeral director Pam Sheppard not only opened the show, she spent the day operating Kirkagnes, a remote moorland station modelled by Chris Burch.

The show attracted over 200 visitors, and (after costs, many of them met by our generous sponsor) we raised over A?1200 to help the work of St Peter’s. Several members of Syston Model Railway Society came to help, and the church was soon clean and tidy afterwards for Remembrance Sunday the following day. The Abingdon Blog is a photo record of events and places in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, started on January 1st 2006. This annual one day event takes place in the large gym of the Vale of White Horse Leisure Centre. A TRAIN station dismantled over 15 years ago will return to Oxfordshire next month, albeit in miniature. The LMS Oxford station was on the corner of Frideswide Square and Rewley Road from 1851 until 1999, when it was taken down to make way for the Said Business School.
The station now stands at the railway museum at Quainton in Buckinghamshire but is set to return to Oxfordshire as a scale model at the Abingdon Model Railway Show. At 31 feet and six inches long, the scale model shows the detail of the station from the swing bridge over the canal to the station entrance in Frideswide Square. But it’s not easy, said the 69-year-old: “When we take it out we need to maintain it and repair damage. The model’s track plan and signals are all correct for the period 1938, and trains run to a 45 minute recorded commentary. The Abingdon Model Railway Show is on Saturday, March 1 at the White Horse Tennis and Leisure Centre in Audlett Drive from 10am to 5pm.
THE LMS station, built on the site of Rewley Abbey in 1851, was operated by the former London, Midland & Scottish (LMS) Railway, a separate company from the Great Western Railway (GWR).

The station, pictured above in its heyday, was removed in 1999 to make way for the Said Business School and re-erected at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre in Quainton as a working museum in December 2000. A metal plaque is set into the pavement in Frideswide Square, outside the Said Business School, to commemorate the LMS station.
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I must admit I have only seen pictures of the platforms before (and I was born after the Beeching review). The cycle track which goes along from behind the Wellbeing Centre towards Radley is built along the old railway track. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here.
The buildings either side of Station Yard as you come up from Stert Street were all there in the station days. Someone pulled the communication cord halfway and there were fog detonators on the line at Radley.

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