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Based in the buildings next to the main car park, this little gem is great for enthusiasts or families with small children. Lots of small layouts, with interactive buttons to make trains go or somethings happen. And one large layout with trains working that the...More
The room isn’t too big but it’s still very impressive. The staff were so helpful and informative. There are buttons to press to see what they do, my son enjoyed this very much.
There was a section for the kids to play with miniature train...More
Lovely visit to the miniature railway today very informative and friendly staff. Great for the children especially the trail finding things and having the push buttons so the children can get involved was good.
Enjoyable and only £4 for a family ticket that you can...More
I visited here on a Saturday with my friend. The model railway was incredible. The time, effort and detail that went into building the setup was amazing. We were given a little tour talk by a really nice gentleman called John who was very knowledgeable...More
Speaking to the staff who were saying they have only been going for 5 years. Very excitable staff member who is loving what he does which is wonderful. For only £2 an adult it's well worth it and some of the accessories on sale are...More
Situated in Markeaton Park on the main A38 (opposite McDonalds). Amazing working model railways in various scales. Child friendly with "push buttons" for them to work. Informative staff and exhibition material. Worth every penny of £2 per adult - in fact would have happily paid...More
As we are interested in Heritage railways we decided to check out this place, which has the largest Model railway in the East Midlands. It is run by very pleasant and knowledgeable volunteers who were all keen to explain the history of the local area...More
A great way to spend an hour if you have a child or children interested in model trains at a very decent cost - £4 for a family, currently. There is a main track occupying one wall, and several smaller tracks around the room, some...More