More and more dealers and collectors are discovering that the Stafford Toy Fair is a great place to buy and sell toys, trains and models.
The fair takes place in two halls, The Prestwood Hall and the adjoining Argyle Hall. The number of stalls at the show has been increasing year on year and visitors to the Stafford fair can now enjoy between 250 and 280 tables of collectables at each show.
Regular dealers at Stafford include Peter Woods Antique Toys, Be Joyful Bears, Along Classic Lines, Mersey Collectables, Metropolis Toys, Loughborough Model Centre and Cult TV Collectables.
Several specialist model railwaydealers are at each fair with a huge range of new and second-hand model railway locomotives and accessories. Wrenn Railways, Hornby, Lima, Bachmann and Dapol are just some of the makes of locomotives and rolling stock on offer.
The Toy Emporium from Bridgnorth sell a selection of quality Spot On, Corgi and Dinky Toys from the 1960s and 70s as well as current limited edition Steiff animals.
Richard Taylor of H & D Toys brings a varied range of Hornby and Bassett-Lowke 0 gauge trains and Mamod steam engines with him to each Stafford show.
Many of the UKs leading toy and model dealers now trade at the show and visitors can expect to find a huge range of new and old collectables for sale at each fair. There are models for sale at prices to suit all pockets.
Among items on the stalls are model railways in N, 0 and 00 gauges, new and obsolete diecast models by Corgi, Minichamps, Maisto, Sunstar, Tekno, Dinky etc. Scalextric, dolls and teddy bears, books, games, Lego, jigsaws and much, much more.
The venue has excellent facilities including free parking for thousands of cars, and a well stocked cafe serving hot and cold drinks and snacks throughout the day.
Both halls are fully heated, with excellent lighting and flat unloading through numerous doors around the walls for traders.
Come and see for yourself what makes the Stafford Toy Fair such a great place to visit.
280 Stalls of Collectable Toys, Trains and Models