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24A Model Railway Group Conservative Club, Rishton, Lancashire. Tel 01254 386377
The 31A (Cambridge) Model Railway Club meets twice monthly on Wednesday evenings from 7pm at The Odd Fellows Hall, 131 Newmarket Road, Cambridge. The club, formerly The Welding Institute M.R.C. (1986 to 1999), was formed 1st January 2000 to build and exhibit model railway layouts, locomotives and rolling stock.
Prospective members and visitors are always welcome on our club nights of Monday and Thursday from 19:15 onwards. Please see the website for more information.
Club evenings are Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7.30 onwards. For a first visit we would recommend coming along on a Friday but if you preferred a Wednesday please let us know. For that first visit, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org who will direct you to our club house.
For further information please see the club website.
Our regular meeting night is Fridays, from around 7:15 pm until around 10:30 pm, members can also attend during other evenings by prior arrangement. Members who are able to, even attend during the day as well, generally on Monday's from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Thursday evening 7:30pm till 'Late' is '0' gauge evening (pending seasonal weather). Tuesday evening 7:30pm till 'Late' is 'N' gauge evening (pending seasonal weather). We have approximately 70 members, and have a very active junior membership that have their own exhibition quality '00/009' gauge layout for their own use and enjoyment, currently being updated. Our club room is large enough to house all five model railway layouts, and a project to extend the club room has now been completed, which has greatly enhanced the clubs facilities. Refreshments are available, including a selection of confectionary. More details can be found on our About Us page.
WHY NOT COME AND PAY US A VISIT ! YOU WILL BE VERY WELCOME. (Friday Nights 7:15pm onwards).
Membership of the group is open to anyone of either sex, any age (over 12) and of any railway modelling interest. Prospective new members are welcome to come along to our meetings for a few weeks to see if they get on with us and we get on with them. We are a friendly lot and you will find a sense of humour and an ability to drink tea very helpful. Based in Alton, Hampshire (UK) the group attracts a membership from throughout Northeast Hampshire and Southwest Surrey. Membership subscriptions are £25 per year for adults and £6.25 per year for juniors. Currently the Group has sections involved in the construction and exhibiting of layouts in British ‘OO’ and ‘O’ gauges and American ‘HO’ gauge. More details of these can be found by accessing the individual section pages. In addition Group members are involved in ‘G’, ‘HO’ Continental and ‘4mm’ ‘finescale’. Meetings are held every Tuesday evening in 8th Alton Scout Group headquarters in Anstey Park, Alton, Hampshire from 8pm. Please check with our secretary, Roger Joel (01420 562619 or e-mail email@example.com) for any further information and for directions.
We are a friendly group of individuals who have an interest in railways, and mainly the North American prototype and model railroads, but any railway interests are welcome, British, European, or rest of the World! We meet once a month, and sometimes more frequently for practical "hands on" sessions, and hold a model railroad running meet and mini exhibition four times a year that is open to the public, usually February, May, August and November. You can always be assured of a warm welcome! Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a small group who now meet in Chorleywood and welcome new members. Most of our members model UK railways from various parts of the country. Some are also interested in, and model, European railways. The club has layouts in gauges "O", "OO" and "OO9". The test track has "OO", "EM" and "HOm" and there is space for "N" gauge as well. Most of us have some form of layout at home, some have more than one, our chairman also has a magnificent "OO" layout in the garden. If you are already railway modelling, want to pick it up again or want to start modelling then come along and see what we do. Please contact John Farrington for details email@example.com Tel:01494 873570
We meet at the Tangley Parish Village Hall at Wildhern, 4 miles north of Andover, Grid Ref. SU 351510. Post Code SP11 0JE. Our Club meeting nights are each Wednesday evening between 7.30pm and 10.30pm. If you would like more information about the club please contact our Secretary. If you have a problem with your own layout, there is usually someone within the club who is an expert on some aspect of model railways who could probably help you.
We meet on Tuesday evenings in a meeting room at the rear of the Guildford Methodist Church accessed off Wharf Road, right next to the Cricket Ground.
Our present location is within the grounds of Eglinton Park, near Kilwinning. For further information please email us here. firstname.lastname@example.org
Banbury & District Model Railway Club is located on the Cherwell Business Park, Southam Road, Banbury OX16 2SP. Our main Club night is Tuesday evenings from about 7.30pm. We also have a Thursday morning running session from about 10.15am until about 1.00pm. Sunday mornings are also becoming a regular time slot to meet at the club, run trains and chat about our models. If you would like to know more about our friendly model railway club, then please contact the Club Secretary - Keith Bristow 01295 252931
We are a fledging group of modellers from in and around Bangor, North Wales. In fact, we are so new we haven't even got a home yet! Our eventual aim is to construct a layout (or layouts!) to exhibition standards, and join the delights(?) of the British circuit. Aside from that, we hope to promote model railways in our area, maintaining the diverse skills and interests our hobby demands.
We meet every week in our own premises at 31A Highstone Road, Barnsley, S70 4EJ at 7:30pm on Tuesday evening. Members can work on our layouts, browse the library, help each other fix problems or just drink tea and talk trains! Members are all ages and backgrounds, and whatever your experience and skill you will be given a warm welcome. For more information please contact us here.
The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday evening in the clubrooms from 19.00 onwards.
Our club meets every Wednesday evening. Please contact us on email@example.com for details of how to find us.
The Society meets in it's own club house on Monday through Thursday nights weekly. We support 5 working groups, The Academy, O Gauge, OO Modern image, OO Steam image and 2mm Finescale. At regular intervals we all meet for formal Society business or for social activities such as video shows, or for club house maintenance sessions and BBQ's. Pop in and see what's happening and hopefully join us. We promise that you will learn many skills, make friends and above all enjoy the hobby to the full.
The society meets on the third Wednesday of each month in the club rooms based in Retford and has its clubrooms in the former Buffet and First Class Dining Room on platform 1 of Retford Railway Station.
Scheduled Club activities take place every Friday (except Bank Holidays) between 7.30pm and 10pm. If two or more members are keen, modelling may take place at other times during the week. Contact the Club Secretary, Ray Lewis (01753 677709) who will discuss the joining process, arrange to meet you on a Friday evening and show you around the Club rooms. There is a modest annual membership subscription that equates to less than the cost a pint of beer per week!
The Club Meets from 19:30 to 22:00 on Monday and Thursday Evenings. Meetings are held at County House, Beckenham Road, Beckenham, BR3 4UF (close to Beckenham Road tram stop between Beckenham and Penge). Clock House and Kent House stations are a short walk, and buses 194, 358 and 227 stop outside. Monday is the busiest night, but more work is done on a Thursday night. If the Monday is a Bank Holiday, the club meets on a Tuesday instead. Prospective new members are very welcome but please contact the membership secretary for further details.
Belper Model Railway Group meets every Wednesday evening at Strutts. You will be made very welcome. For further details contact Robin Idle - 01773 880865 or Paul Garratt - 01773 824727
Meetings are officially scheduled for each Tuesday and Thursday evening, starting at 7:30 p.m. and ending when everyone has gone home. If you would like to come along one evening to find out what we do and what we are like, or would just like to know more about the club please E-mail the club Secretary, Stuart Conlon.
Berkshire N Gauge Area Group N Gauge Society. We are small friendly club, linked to the N Gauge Society, membership is drawn from a wide area in and around Berkshire & the surrounding counties. Everybody interested in N Gauge is very welcome to join. Our website contains a great deal of information about our Club, so have a browse and do come along and meet us. We meet at Sindlesham Baptist Church Hall, Bearwood Road, Sindlesham, Wokingham, RG41 5BB. Club Nights are held on the SECOND and FOURTH Wednesday of every calendar month. We also hold meetings on some Saturday Afternoons for the purpose of running trains on the Club's mainline modular layout. A Club for people who enjoy building and operating model railway layouts, and railway modelling in general. A model railway club that meets twice a week. Membership is by invitation only. For more information email the club at enquires @ bexhillmrc.org.uk Billericay Model Railway Group
We are a friendly group, known for working in N gauge, but we also have members working in 4mm (00 gauge and EM gauge), 7mm scales and even 5 inch gauge. We currently have 3 club layouts, Rusbury Basin (N gauge), Jakes Yard (00 gauge) and a finescale N gauge layout under construction. The group was formed in February 2011 to build a layout that embodies our ideas on layout construction, and to have fun doing it. Rusbury Basin was the result. We are now working on other layouts in both N and 00 gauges.
Bingham Model Railway Club (near Nottingham) is a long established club aimed at all those interested in the design, building and operation of model railways. We welcome members at every level; beginners, improvers or professional model-makers. There is something for everyone wherever your interest lies; building locomotives or rolling stock, track and layout work,scenery, signalling or electrical control systems. Our clubroom is available 24/7 and is used for layout construction, testing and plain socializing. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays are the main club nights and members often bring their own bits and pieces to work on during the evening. Some get involved with the new club layouts, and others come for a cup of tea and a chat. There is a good atmosphere and a great sense of togetherness within the club since the fire. Our current club room is located close to Bingham, Notts, near to the A46 / A52 junction. For more information contact club chairman Pete George.
Interested in joining us, why not come along on Tuesday evenings, from 7.00pm onwards. Access to the club is via secure gates to our car park behind swimming pool, on Cadbury Drive, Castle Vale - B35-7JE, dial 07791 124972 from mobile phone ...to gain entrance. Alternatively - no 67 bus from city centre, will drop you in Tangmere Dr, walk 100 yds over to rt , onto Farnborough Rd and club is behind swimming pool. We are a small friendly group - membership fee is £40 per year and £1 in the tin on club nights gets you a coffee or tea and biscuits.
Blackburn & East Lancs MRS Club night is Tuesday from 7:30pm at the Oswaldtwistle Mills Business Centre Blackpool and North Fylde MRC
If you are interested in finding out more about joining the Blackpool and North Fylde Model railway Club then please send an email to either the Chairman or Secretary in the first instance with your contact details and anything else you might like to add about your modelling career or aspirations. Contact details are listed on the Contacts page
Blaenavon MRC The Model Railway Club is Based on Site. Every Monday Night 7pm till 9pm the Club Meets for a Little chat and to Test Out our lastest Locomovites. Monday Night meetings Cost £1.00 per meeting, there are refreshments available for a small price all profits help to keep the Blaenavon model railway club going. See the club website for more information and for the location click here.
Formed in 1989, the club always welcomes like minded enthusiasts whether new to the hobby or not! We currently have 2 exhibition standard layouts, Old Elms Road,a DC, 00 gauge Finescale 50s - 60s Western / Southern layout and an 0 gauge layout called Budmouth. We run our annual model railway show usually October / November time. The club meets on Wednesday evenings. For more information contact the Membership Secretary, Mr. P. Tombs on 01752 510624.
We welcome anyone who models in any gauge and scale. OO is the most modelled within the club, however, we have members who model in N, OO9, 3mm, HO, 0-16.5, O and G scale as well as tiny T gauge. We encourage all members, irrespective of which scales and gauges they prefer, to participate in the design, construction and operation of all layouts. Please follow the links on our website, to learn more about what we do.
Our clubrooms are located in Bonnybridge Community Education Centre and we meet every Tuesday and Friday from 7pm until 10 pm, Our clubrooms have recently been refurbished and our Rosebank Junction layout is in regular use.
The Boston MRS is a small group of Railway Modellers who live in the area around Boston in Lincolnshire. The members all have different interests so unlike other MRS's who build layouts which have all their stock and buildings set in one time period the Boston MRS runs any stock from any period. In addition to this we're all a friendly bunch and feel that being small helps us harbour a community feeling. One new member commented that our club is a friendlier environment then other local clubs that he tried. You can join this society by just coming along to the club room. We suggest that you make more than one visit so that you can decide whether you wish to join.
The Club meets every Thursday night from 7.00pm till 10.00pm and anyone interested in joining us are welcome to visit and meet the members. The clubs first project is a scale model of Bournville Engine Shed in N gauge measuring 14ft X 7ft in a continuous loop. Progress in various layouts is being made by other members in a variety of scales/gauges. For more information contact the Club Chairman Barrie Hoverd (Tel 0121 478 2587) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Bracknell and District Model Railway Society
Based at Old Wokingham Road, Wokingham, Berkshire RG40 3AQ, Tel: 01189 782636
We meet every Monday (ex Bank holidays) and most Thursday evenings 7.45pm onwards when visitors are very welcome. Membership is the equivalent of just £2 a week (£0.40p associates and juniors). Why not pay us a visit (under 16's to be
accompanied by an adult). Sedberg Youth and Community Centre (1st Floor) 5-11 Huddersfield Road BRADFORD BD6 1DJ. Please contact the secretary first on 0774 5268960 to check we are open.
We have just purchased a modular building 42ft x 20ft to enable the club to extend and allow for more members. The new building is not on the Colne Valley Railway but housed in Yeldham Transport Museum only two miles away. The refurbishment of the new building should be finished by the end of November. We will then start on transfering everything from the railway carrage + building new layouts. The Club meets on Monday evenings from 8.00 until 10.30 at the Yeldham Transport Museum, Toppesfield Road, Great Yeldham Halstead CO9 4HD. The transport Museum is home to a collection of buses, military vehicles and railway wagons. The Essex Branch of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway also have there base at the Museum from which they restore carriages.
Our present site is adjacent to Highfield Oval (the home of Youth With a Mission) in Ambrose Lane, Harpenden. If you wish to get involved with the club or comment on this site, then send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our normal meetings are held on Tuesday evenings from approximately 1930 hours to 2100 hours. Most of our members, however, also visit the clubroom at other times to continue the building of the club layouts.
Meetings are every Tuesday (except Bank Holidays and the Tuesday between Christmas and New Year) from 1930 to approx. 2200 at London Road Railway Station, Shaftesbury Place (off Ditchling Rise) in Brighton, East Sussex, UK. The clubrooms are in what was originally the Ladies waiting room.
We meet twice a week, on Monday and Wednesday evenings, on a farm at Frogland Cross, just north of Bristol.
Meetings are held on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Club room from 8.00pm and visitors are very welcome to attend. If you are intending visiting on a club night, please contact us for details. Membership is open to anyone over the age of 14 years.
The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday evening at the Community Centre, Berrow Road, Burnham on Sea, Somerset between 7.00 and 10.00pm. New or prospective members are welcome to just turn up on any club night.
We have a Club Room in the undercroft of Carlisle railway station and we meet there weekly on Wednesday evenings The Club Room contains our large oval finescale layout, Kinchley Lane, available for the running and testing of rolling stock. You are welcome to come along and meet us any Wednesday or on Saturday running days in the Club Room. Please contact David Gibson, our Secretary, who will be pleased to give you directions, explain parking and access, and informally introduce you to the other CDOGG members
The Club Meets Every Monday at St Barnabas Hall, Sutton every Monday from 7pm. Generally for modelling work and socialising. For further details about Membership of the Carshalton & Sutton MRC, or our Trains in Miniature Exhibition, Please Contact Hon Secretary Mr. David Smith
All meetings take place from 7:30pm at the Allendale Centre, Hanham Road, Wimborne, Dorset, and visitors are most welcome to attend. There is ample car parking adjacent to the Allendale Centre. For further information please contact The Chairman, Ian Coane on 01929 423350 or The Secretary, Peter Le Jeune on 01929 424650.
Chatham & District MRC
Clubnights are Tuesdays and Fridays, when we are open from around 7pm to after 10pm. The best way to find us is to enter the Dockyard by the Main Gate, then bear left & walk/drive down the slope, turn left at the bottom and park outside the Ropery. The entrance to the Club is down the steps on the right of the British Ship Society, whose premises are immediately above us. Current membership is around 60, with a regular attendance of between 20 and 30 on Tuesday nights, fewer on Fridays – though this is often when more modelling is done. Our interests are very broad and in addition to the layouts above include EM, P4, LGB and live steam. We also have an American S gauge layout, though this is currently in store. Visitors are always welcome.
WHERE we are: At the Cheadle Hulme Mission and Institute, a Victorian not-for-profit foundation on the corner of Hulme Hall Road and Church Road in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, Cheshire, where we rent a 100 square-foot storeroom off the meeting hall,in which we store the layout; all stock is owned and stored at home by the members.
WHEN we meet: We generally meet weekly at the Mission, in the 29 foot by 24 foot hall. At present we meet on Fridays (our reserved day), although we can sometimes meet on other days by arrangement.
The Chelmsford & District Model Railway Club has been in existence for over 20 years, and has met in some interesting places - from a carpet shop to a Members garage to its present ‘home’. The Club presently has layouts in ‘0’ ‘00’ ‘009’ and ‘N’, either working or under construction. Members are also interested in ‘EM’, 'On30', ‘0-16.5’, ‘H0’ and G-Scale - some are also closely interested in the 12 inch to the foot scale items.The Club is most fortunate with its present ‘home’ virtually in the centre of Chelmsford, the County Town of Essex. The Club meets on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings with Members arriving from around 7:00pm.
The club meets on Monday evenings from 8 to 10pm excluding Bank Holidays in the LIbrary at White Hill Centre HP5 1A. Layouts in N 00 and 0. We welcome all our small friendly club.
Our club night is Monday from 8pm to 10pm, barring Bank Holidays, however there are often members down at other times, although this is by private arrangement!
To contact the Group either write to David Harding, Chesterfield Railway Modellers, 6 Fishponds Close, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S42 6XD or email to email@example.com
We are a relatively small club, but if you are interested in model railways and would like more information about our club, layouts or exhibitions, please do get in touch. Club members meet every Tuesday evening from 7:00pm until 9:00pm in the clubhouse: rear entrance of 46 Portfield Road, Christchurch. (Access via Grove Road East & Robin Gardens.)
City of Canterbury MRS We meet every Monday evening between 7.00pm and 9.30pm at our Club room in Nonington, about 5 miles east of Canterbury. Prospective new members are always welcome and if you are without transport and in the Canterbury area, it is likley that one of our members will be able to assist. Feel free to email us or make contact with any of the members listed on our contact page if you want any more information.
The meeting room is located behind the Clay Cross Central Methodist Church, on High Street. To access the meeting room, follow the path to the left (north) side of the church. Membership is open to all subject to the proviso that those under the age of 18 must be accompanied at all times by a responsible parent/guardian who is also a member. The society meets in the meeting room every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30PM until 10:00PM. Running nights, where members can run their own stock on the layouts, are on the second Thursday of the month. Membership is £10 per month, with a discount for OAPs.
Cleethorpes MRS Club nights are every Wednesday and Friday from 7.30pm. Evenings are taken up with layout building, making scenery and electrics. When we can we keep our hand in at operating the layouts, (playing trains). New members of all ages are always welcome. We always make time for coffee and a chat about modeling or railway topics. For further information go to the contacts link above. Come and meet us. The aims of the society are to help improve everyone's modeling skills and to promote the hobby of railway modeling.
Why not drop in and see us? You can be sure of a warm welcome and a nice cuppa while you find out what we're all about. The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 7pm until 10pm. You can find us at Unit 2, The BHive Centre, Skelton Industrial Estate, Skelton, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, TS12 2LQ
The club has a long history in modelling in O, OO and HO Gauges. We meet every Tuesday and Friday in our clubrooms based at Glasgow Central Station TO ARRANGE A NO OBLIGATION VISIT TO OUR CLUBROOMS: Please contact us by email for an invitation. Sorry open invitations are not possible due to Glasgow Central station security procedures.
Club Room at Armoury Farm, Armoury Lane, West Bergholt. Club night Thursday Evenings 2000-2200.
The society meets on Tuesday nights from 19:30 to 22:00 hrs. in the head quarters building in West Glebe Park. Members can work on various projects as listed or just sit & enjoy the refreshments in the lounge area. Also available is the information library, which has a wide range of model railway magazines, books and video's. Contact Kevin Emsley (Club Secretary)
Meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month [except December] from 7:30 pm onwards at the Parish Church Hall, Penhallow, approximately 6 miles northwest of Truro. Visitors are always welcome although it is requested that contact be made first with one of the following to obtain directions: Chris Hall (tel: 01726 844786), Mick Lewis (tel: 01726 823540) or Roy Payne (tel: 01726 69326).
CMRC has existed for over 50 years and is based near the city centre in the restored Canal Basin Warehouse building. New members are always welcome to come along and visit us on club nights. We meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 7pm to 10.30pm. Your first few visits are free while you get to know us! We currently have four large layouts, three are OO (1:76th scale) and one is N (1:148th scale). Details of these layouts are being added all the time!
Cradley Heath Model railway club Normally meets at The Cradley Heath Community Centre, Reddal Hill Road, Cradley Heath, B64 5JG on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For more details see the club website.
You may obtain more information about the society by e-mailing the Society at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that you will come to meet us at our clubroom or at our annual exhibition, and then possibly join us as a member of our Society. Contact us at email@example.com
We meet on a Monday night from 7.00pm until 10.00pm at the Darlington North Road Museum, a map is provided on their web site. Our club rooms are at the rear of the museum. Please park at the front and walk round the left side of the museum to the rear, we are under the canopy roof.
We are a small active group meeting each week to further our interests in model railways and with the belief that our modelling should be fun. We are an informal group who enjoy both modelling and the social side of the groups activities, which includes guest speakers and visits to heritage railway operations. New members, of all ages, are always welcome - please use the Contact Us button to ask for more details. We currently have a number of projects at an early stage of development for which we would welcome your contribution. Don't worry if you are a beginner, we have a wealth of experience between us that we are only too glad to share - we all had to start at sometime!
Based in Welwyn Garden City, Herts. the DHMRS is an active society with over 24 members meeting Wednesday evening and Thursday afternoon, we have two 00 exhibition layouts (the older one Havil, includes a lengthy tram run). The newer layout, Middleton, appeared in Railway Modeller May 2006. Interests from N to G gauges. Visits from anyone interested in model railways are welcome, however please pre-arrange through our secretary Julian Butcher at firstname.lastname@example.org (please note not checked daily so it make take a few days to respond)
We meet every Wednesday from 6.30 to 9.30 pm at The Village Hall, Common Road, Shelfanger, Norfolk, IP22 2DP. The Village Hall is located in Shelfanger about 200 yards to the west of Bowman's Garage just off the B1077 Diss to Attleborough road, about 3 miles north of Diss. The Society was formed in 1995 and since then has held 13 exhibitions. Secretary: Alan Johnson 01359 250739
We are a small, friendly group interested in all things to do with railways and railway modelling. 0, 00, 009, N and more! We get together on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8 pm (and other times too), working together variously on our club layout and members’ layouts -- and talking trains. Our club room is at the rear of Dorking Halls, High Street, Dorking RH4 1SG. More information is on our website. Whether you are a railway modeller, or thinking of maybe joining in our wonderful hobby, or just curious: come along one evening for a chat and a cup of tea or coffee. A warm welcome is guaranteed!
We meet Tuesday and Sunday evenings, 20.00 to 22.00 at Georgetown Community Centre, Dumfries. Full details on website. New members of all abilities always welcome.
Our Clubrooms are situated at 2-4 Huntly Square Craigie Dundee. If you would like to become a member pop along on a Monday or Friday night from 7:30 when you will be made most welcome. We do however prefer persons under the age of 16 are accompanied by an adult.
The Club meets on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7.30pm to 10.30pm in the basement of East Court Mansion, College Lane, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 3LT. Visitors and prospective members are always welcome with tea and biscuits served around 9.00pm.
The new clubroom is at the Brian Didsbury Centre on Didsbury Close, East Ham. The club has a library with a large collection of magazines, books and videos, nearly all of railway interest, and which are available for members to borrow. The club is available to members seven days a week throughout the year, but the main club night is on Thursdays. Members usually start to arrive from about 7pm onwards. Small groups also meet on other evenings, such as O gauge on Tuesdays and EM on Wednesdays. New members are always welcome, so if you are interested, contact us, or feel free to come along and have a chat and see what goes on.
The club meets on most Monday and Thursday evenings from 7pm to 10pm in its club rooms located within Calderglen Country Park in East Kilbride. New members and visitors are always welcome. For details of how to find us please contact the club's secretary at email@example.com
We are open to anyone over 16 with an interest in model railways, any gauge, scale or genre. We currently have about 12 members drawn mainly from the East Neuk villages and St Andrews although we have some who live further away. Our clubrooms are in Pittenweem Old Town Hall, Cove Wynd, Pittenweem, above the public library and conveniently placed for the Pittenweem Fish Bar! We meet on Wednesdays and Sundays from 7.00pm to about 9.00pm, although members can work on layouts at other times by prior arrangement. Contact our secretary, Peter Page on (01337) 810252
The object of the Group is to promote narrow gauge railway modelling at approximately 16mm = 1ft (equivalent to 1/19 full size) running on 0 gauge (32mm) track giving a prototype 2ft gauge or 1 gauge (45mm) track to represent 3ft gauge prototypes. This scale of modelling is big enough to enable live steam locomotives to run on track in your own garden. We meet regularly at St. Nicholas School, Taynton Drive, Merstham, Redhill, Surrey (off Junction 8 of the M25) on the first, third and fifth (if there is one!) Fridays of every month from 7 to 10pm. See the location map for details. At our meetings we run trains on one of our layouts. Members run live steam (coal, gas or meths fuelled) as well as battery powered models of internal combustion locomotives. Advice is freely available to guests as well as members. If you would like to come along to some of our meetings please contact Robin Willis to check that we are running before you turn up.
We are a friendly group of railway modellers working to N-gauge standards. We meet on the first Thursday and third Wednesday of the month in Redhill, and aim to run a modular circuit most evenings. If you have any questions about the club, please do e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or just come along to one of our meetings on the first Thursday or third Wednesday of the month. The Club was originally based in Shettleston in Glasgow but due to the relocation of most of our member over the past years, the structure of the Club has had to be reformed and is now what could be best described as a virtual model railway club. We have no regular or formal meetings, we have no written constitution, we have no clubrooms, we have no tangible assets and we have no annual subscription. All our layouts are owned by our individual club members but we all collaborate with our own specialised skills and talents on the design, construction and the exhibiting of these layouts.
Visitors are welcome at all our meetings - so why not drop in on a Tuesday or Thursday evening between 19:30 and 22:00 and see what we have to offer? 3 Piershill Terrace, (off Portobello Road), Edinburgh, EH8 7ES (The clubroom is the Garage building behind the advertising board)
We meet every Tuesday evening (Except Bank Holidays) at 7.30pm. Our Clubhouse was part of the old Staines Stock Car Stadium. We have six layouts permanently erected in the clubhouse which gives members the maximum amount of time to enjoy running their models. Our Clubhouse can be found in Hummer Road car park behind the Tesco supermarket, TW20 9BS.
We are a group of modellers and railway enthusiasts of all ages and abilities whose aim is to build layouts of various gauges and eras and promote the enjoyment of our hobby. The clubrooms are open every Monday and Friday at 7pm at our purpose built clubrooms at The Lammas recreation ground Sutton In Ashfield.Nottinghamshire (located at the rear of the leisure centre). Visitors and new members are always welcome so why not come along and see us.
Although previously based in Ely, we are now meet in the small Cambridgeshire town of Soham and meet every Tuesday night at 7.30pm at The Comrades Club in Market Street. Any one over 18 years of age within the local area is welcome to come along and visit us for two or three occasions to see what we do and what the membership of a small friendly club can offer before they decide if they would like to join. The annual subscription fee is currently around £40.00
The Club meets every Thursday evening between 8pm and 10pm in St. Paul's Centre, 102 Church Street, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 6PR.
The Club meets every Monday evening (except Bank Holidays) between 7.45 p.m. and 10.45 p.m. at a permanent location in Ewell which provides the regular meeting point for members to participate in discussions of mutual interest, seek advice or guidance from other members, construct their own models, or assist in work to the Club's layouts.
We as a club are always on the lookout for new members, both Experienced and Inexperienced. We are a friendly group, and meet principally on wednesday nights at our Erith Clubrooms and hold our AGM every march. We support modellers of all gauges, and have club layouts of N, OO and HO. There are two levels of membership, Junior for those aged 14-17, and senior for those 18+. Subscriptions are payable annually in February. Senior Subscription is currently £50 p.a. , and Junior £25 p.a. Children under the age of 14 are not considered for membership until they attain the age of 14, but can attend meetings as guests under supervision of a senior member. In order to facilitate a first visit, it is advisable to contact one of the committee first, so that you can be given a contact phone number and met appropriately outside the building, as the club is located in a secure area.
Located in the basement of Heavitree United Reformed Church we meet most Friday evenings from 7:30pm, email us or drop into The Model Shop for information about joining.
Exmoor Coast Railway Modellers
Contact Dave Nelhams for more information about this club based in Minehead.
Falkirk Model Railway Club was founded in 1982 and originally had its clubrooms at Cow Wynd in Falkirk for many years. We are now based in a much larger premises in Redding. If you would like to join us come along on a Monday or Tuesday evening approx 7.00 - 10.00pm and you will be warmly welcomed.
The OO Gauge Group meets on most Monday evenings in the clubroom (even bank holidays). The N Gauge Group meets on most Tuesday evenings in the clubroom. General Club Meetings take place every Thursday evening in the Clubroom in Portchester. If you are interested to find out more about the club this is the best meeting to attend. The South Hampshire 16mm & G-Scale Railway Group meets in our clubroom on the second Friday of most months. For more information about this group please see their web page at this site or contact Rod Blakeman.
Here are the details of how to reach us, whether you are interested in joining the club, booking our exhibition layouts, or attending our exhibition in October email us at email@example.com
First Bangor Model Railway Club is a church organization connected to First Bangor Presbyterian Church in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland.
We meet every Monday and Wednesday evening at a smart new hall in Cheriton, to work on our current club layouts in 'N' scale, 'OO', 'EM', and 'O' which cover diverse time periods and settings including British steam, British modern image and American. New members are always welcome, so if you are interested in model railways and would like to improve your skills or share your talents and experience and help us work on our various layouts then why not come along to a club night and meet us all? For more information contact our Secretary Bob Bailey on 01303 239889 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a friendly group of individuals who enjoy a diverse range of model train related activities in various gauges. The Club owns several layouts which are permanently available to members at our exclusive premises at the United Reform Church, Drybrook Road, Drybrook, where meetings take place on Monday evenings from 19.30 to 22:30. Potential new members are always welcome to come along and see what we offer for themselves! Please see website for further details.
The Furness MRC caters for the needs of modellers in the smaller scales of OO, HO, N. Also model engineers in the Model Engineering section. The Clubrooms are situated on the 1st floor of no1, Dundee Street, and in the Public Park, Barrow in Furness. The Clubrooms contain layouts in the smaller scales and the park site contains a 3&1/2'' and 5'' gauge raised track, as well as our preserved Furness Railway gate box. The club also has a library of books and past publications, and produces a bi-monthly newsletter TURNTABLE. Details from the Secretary - E-mail - email@example.com
It is not possible from the information on the Society website to tell whether this is a club which welcomes members or even when it meets!
We are based in Bearsden in Glasgow where we hold all our meetings on a Sunday between 2:30 and 5:30. We regularly attend exhibitions throughout the year.
This group used to be Weir Pumps Model Railway Club which was started in 1975 by some employees at the time but as time went on there were no Weir workers left and we had to vacate the factory. Without a place to set up our layout we had to disband the laoyout and make a smaller one. We are now based in Maxwell Park Station on Glasgow south side. Contact in the first instance at firstname.lastname@example.org
New members are always welcome to the club. So why not drop in for a visit to our clubrooms for a chat and a cup of coffee.
There is no obligation to join but if you do decide to become a member you can become as much or as little involved as you wish. For more details see our website.
The GMRC has been in existence since the 1950s, nearly all that time at our purpose-built clubroom at Elmscroft Community Centre. Our club of some 40 members are established as full members of the Elmscroft Community Centre. We meet weekly on Monday evenings and hold exhibitions, open to the public, every two years. We also run competitions, open only to members, on non-exhibition years.
We meet in our clubrooms in Fort Matilda Station every Tuesday and Friday evening between 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. We are always looking out for new friends to come along and join us. To e-mail us please contact the Club Secretary.
Welcome to the Guildford '0' Gauge Group website. We aim to promote railway modelling to the scale of 7mm to the foot with a track gauge of 32mm. We meet on Monday evenings from 7.30pm onwards unless that day is a Bank Holiday. On alternate Mondays we usually have our large test track in operation. The address of our meeting place is:
Normandy Village Hall
Manor Fruit Farm
GUILDFORD GU3 2DD
For more information about the Guildford '0' Gauge Group just call in and join our friendly group on a Monday evening, or Contact us by email
The Club meets every Monday & Wednesday between 7.00pm and 10.00pm (Excluding Bank Holidays etc). 5 Deal Street, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 1QX
The Society is a local group that meets at Tolworth Recreation Centre (in the Hunt Hall) in South West London every Sunday evening from around 8pm. New members are always welcome. We have five layouts in three gauges, although our members have a wide variety of interests and we try to cater for all aspects of the hobby.
Hastings and St Leonards Model Railway Club (Formerly Ashdown House Railway Society)
We meet every 2nd, 3rd & 4th Monday at 8pm in Baldslow Memorial Hall, Harrow Lane, St Leonards on Sea, TN37 7PR. Contact 01424 753684.
We meet every Monday and Thursday evening from 7-00 to 9-00, at the Foundry Shopping Centre, Foundry Square, Hayle. For more information about the club please contact the secretary Mr. Bob Mims, tel no 01736 757910.
The HG&DMRS is broad based group with approximately 60 members. We meet on Fridays (main club evening) and Mondays from 08:00pm to 10:00pm at the Methodist Church Hall, Hazel Grove.
We are a small friendly club with around 12 members drawn from a wide range of ages and abilities. Meeting nights are Wednesdays and Fridays 8.00pm – 10.30pm and we extend a warm welcome to anyone who wishes to join us. Our membership rates are scaled to be realistic and affordable and we have a number of subscription options. Why not contact us to arrange an informal visit? We are based in Gunwalloe, about 2 miles south of Helston, near RNAS Culdrose.
We meet 8pm to 10pm every Tuesday night at our club rooms at the Nash Mills Recreation Centre, in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England. Why not come and see us? Please let us know first - all our details, including a map, are on the contact page.
Meetings are held at Warwick Mill during the following times. Monday evenings from 18:30 to 22:00 and Wednesday from 10:00 to about 14:00. If you are interested in joining the group then feel free to call in and see us during the above times. Should you want more information about our activities then you can send an email to any member of the committee who will be pleased to give you the details you require.
The High Wycombe & District Model Railway Society meets on Monday and Wednesday evenings. We have permanent working layouts in O, OO, HO and N gauges and these cover both UK and American operation. 6 of these layouts are working and one is currently in the build. We hold an exhibition (Wycrail) in High Wycombe on the 1st Saturday of November each year and all members are actively encouraged to play their part in the running of this show. If you would like to come and join us, or just come to visit, you will be made most welcome.
Hillingdon Railway Modellers is a group of railway modelling enthusiasts based to the West of London in the West Drayton/ Hayes/ Yiewsley area and meeting on Thursday evenings. We meet in Yiewsley Baptist Church Hall in West Drayton every Thursday evening from 19:30 to 22:00. To find out more, contact Club Secretary Ron Foord E-mail.
The Club meets from 7pm to 10pm on Wednesdays at St Leonard's Church Hall, Cambridge Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5ED
Huddersfield railway modellers was founded in 1967.Adult Members meet from 7.00 pm every Thursday. We currently have about 50 paid up members and we average around 35 members attending on a Thursday evening.We are based in Stonefield Mill, Tanyard Road, Milnsbridge. HD3 4NB. Please feel free to come and join us any Thursday night and see what we are up to.We welcome and are actively seeking new members.
We meet every Thursday from about 7.30pm. Plus a small number of members meet on a Monday for the serious construction of the layouts. Other evenings are sometimes arranged, especially near the time for our annual show. If you are in the fair city of Kingston upon Hull of a Thursday evening and would like to see what we have to offer, you will be made more than welcome at the clubrooms.
Inverness & District MRC We are a fairly small but friendly club with around 20 members. We currently meet every Tuesday Evening at the Rifle Club premises in the Kinmylies area of Inverness from 7.30pm till 10pm. We are always looking for new members to join us. We also have a small junior section, which is refurbishing a 00 gauge layout which was gifted to the club.
Visitors are always welcome to attend our club nights from 7.30pm to 10.00pm every Tuesday at 40a Norfolk Road, Ipswich
Jersey MRC The Jersey Model Railway Club is the only ond of it's kind in the channel islands. We run Z Gauge, N Gauge, OO Gauge O Gauge Fine Scale, O Gauge three rail, SM32 garden Layouts etc. All other Scales/gauges welcome. Open Tuesday Evenings 19:30 - Late. Tel 07797 894 873 or Andy Quirot on 07797 756 353
Kilmarnock and District Model Railway Club owns premises in the centre of Kilmarnock. At present we have layouts in 'O' ; 'OO' and 'N' gauges. Although we are no longer members of AMRSS, we take part in exhibitions at Dumfries, Dundee and Greenock in addition to our own annual exhibition in Saltcoats Town Hall in January.
We have both Junior and Female members - indeed we have only had one Secretary since the Club was set up - Pam !!. This means that we are a family orientated club and we arrange things to bring in the families e.g. we have an Annual Quiz Night in December and an Outing in April / May - the last two years saw us at Beamish Museum. New members are always made welcome and visits can be arranged by contacting the Hon. Secretary;- Pam Fitzpatrick 01563 533393 Email: style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial">email@example.com
The club uses formerly unused rooms at Irvine station.
The Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Society has over seventy members from Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and much further afield. We have recently moved into a purpose built club rooms offering over 3,500 sq feet for layouts, club library, discussion area, kitchen and toilets. The work has been undertaken by members and meets all current building requirements including the provision of disabled access and toilets. We have five club layouts in various stages of construction in N, OO, EM, P4 and O gauges with club layouts regularly appearing on the exhibition circuit and modelling press. Visitors are welcome to come along to our new club rooms. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome with plenty of interest for all levels of modelling skill or just the opportunity to chat with members or browse the extensive club library. For more information click here.
The society currently meets every Monday and Wednesday evening from 1930 to 2230. Details can be obtained by E-mailing the Society firstname.lastname@example.org
Leyland MRC We are a group of like minded people who share an interest in building and running model railways.We range in age from 8 to in our 80's so as you can see anyone is welcome, come down and have a look for yourself you will be welcomed with a smile and a brew, sometimes even a cake or biscuit. We have two running layouts in N gauge and OO for you to bring down and run your stock on, as well as three layouts in build (N gauge, OO DCC and OO Finescale) although we have members interested on other scales including O gauge and even 5" and 7 1/4" ride ons. So whatever your interest feel free to come along. Even if you only want some help or advice on your own layout , we will allow you three free visits before we ask to to decide if you would like to join us on a regular membership basis. If you need help finding us or want to know more about us,
browse our website or contact Fred our secretary to discuss your needs. Our address:-
Leyland Model Railway Club
Please note this is the clubroom address and does not have a postbox. Please see Diary & Contacts for postal contact addresses.
Liphook & District MRC Meetings every Friday evening 19-30 hrs. to 22-30 hrs. (except Christmas & New Year) First and Last 30 minutes is setting up/packing away time. Visitors-Please contact a member of the committee before attending one of our meetings. Our club meeting venue is the Committee Room at the Milland Valley Memorial Hall, Iping Road, Milland, Liphook GU30 7NA.
We have a unique meeting place on the outskirts of Chesterfield with meetings being held on most Monday and Friday evenings throughout the year. Details are available upon application.
You can come and see us at our club rooms where we always welcome visitors and new members. We really mean it when we say come along and visit us; it will cost you nothing and you may find you like us and want to join. Call in for a chat, rekindle the interest you had when you were younger. Beginner to expert, come and learn new skills. Our members range from fourteen to eighty, so you are bound to fit in. Look forward to seeing you any Tue or Fri after 7.30pm just pop along to the club room or ring George on 07745866836 or email email@example.com for more information.
The group meets twice weekly in dedicated premises off Gunco Lane, Macclesfield. Therefore if you aged over 12 and are interested in joining, or want to know more about the club, come along to the clubrooms on a Friday evening between 8pm and 10pm. For more information about the club including precise details of the clubhouse's location, telephone the club on 07594 564220.
The Marlow, Maidenhead & District Model Railway Club was formed in 1968 and provides a focal point for a friendly and active group of modellers from as far afield as Wokingham, Earley, Twyford, Reading and High Wycombe, as well as the more local areas in and around Maidenhead and Marlow. With many members coming some distance, lifts are often available. We meet weekly in Maidenhead, where we share facilities with Maidenhead Sea Cadets. Our club is always looking to recruit new members, so if you would like to get involved with one of our projects you would be made most welcome. In the first instance please contact us via the website and one of the committee will invite you to one of our club nights as a guest. Membership is payable annually with the membership year starting at the AGM. Members joining part way through a year pay pro-rata for the remaining period.
We have our own clubrooms and have several groups within the Society who have either complete layouts or layouts under construction. We cater for all modellers and have vacancies within all our groups. All are welcome and we look forward to meeting you. Enquiries: webmaster@ mmrs.org.uk
We are a well established club that provides for a wide range of interests in the hobby covering from those who wish to run their existing stock on a test track, to those who want to build layouts, kits or scratch built models for exhibition. We aim at providing support and instruction in all aspects of the hobby for those who are making their first ventures into railway modelling, whilst providing good facilities for those with greater experience. To enable these aims to be achieved we have a large specially converted and dedicated clubroom off the A15 between Bourne and Market Deeping. Membership details are available from Chairman - Colin Brown on 01778 342055 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The clubrooms are located in the Wirral Business Centre, Brassey Street (an old school) in Birkenhead. We have an extensive library, tea facilities and all fully paid members enjoy 24 X 7 access. For information about joining please write to:-
The Membership Secretary
Merseyside Model Railway Society
Wirral Business Centre
The Club meets on Tuesday and Friday nights from 7.30 pm in the clubroom at the back of Mickleover school (now the community centre) and has layouts in American an English OO finished and N gauge and O gauge under construction so if you are interested you are welcome to come along on a club night or contact our Chairman John Kelsey on 01332 512580
For more information see our website and/or contact the secretary at email@example.com
MKMRS has been a home to railway modelling since 1969. Based in Bletchley Park, we welcome all those who are interested in and enjoy model trains. Meetings are held on Tuesday and Fridays from 7.30pm till around 10.30pm. On club nights members work on various projects and socialise; in addition, members staff the Open Days and operate the layouts for visitors at weekends. Tea and coffee is available for a small charge (currently 25 pence per cup). Secretary Chris Hughes. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Moray Model railway Group was founded in 1983 to cater for all those who have an interest in railways and model railways after its first exhibition in Forres town hall in 1983. The Group was officially formed in January 1984 The group meet every Wednesday evening at the Blacks Barn, Sheriffston Farm, just off the A96 between Elgin and Lhanbryde at 6.30pm.
For details about the club, location and meeting times click here.
The club meets every Tuesday night from 7.30 to 10.00pm in the CLEVEDON CRAFT CENTRE follow signs from M5, Junction 20). The gauges/scales modelled by members include N-Gauge, OO9, OO/HO, O-16.5, and G-Scale (G45). The club covers the areas of BRISTOL (SOUTH WEST) and NORTH SOMERSET (including NAILSEA, CLEVEDON, PORTISHEAD and WESTON-SUPER-MARE. Non-members are very welcome to come along.
The Newcastle & District Model Railway Society's clubrooms are located at "Clyde House", 18 Westmorland Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EG. Turn left as you leave the Central Station and it's a five minute walk.....our doorway is directly opposite the new "Centre for Life" building. Come along any Monday or Thursday evening to our clubrooms, opening times are from 7 pm 'til 10 pm. There is no obligation to join for a few weeks. After that, if you feel you'd like to join in with any of the layout sections, and you think you can cope with club life and all the hassle of exhibitions etc., and even manage to enjoy yourself while doing so!.....then subscription is only forty pounds per year, payable either in installments or in advance.
The Club has been meeting on a weekly basis since 1975 and at present we get together on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm at Brockenhurst Village Hall in Highwood Road off Sway Road, Brockenhurst. SO42 7RY Membership of the club falls into two categories, country and full membership. The cost of full membership is seventy five pounds per year payable during February of the new year. If you join later in the year then the subs reduce accordingly. Country membership is for those who wish to belong to the club, but cannot get to the club except every month or so. The cost is twenty-five pounds per annum. We meet every Tuesday, after 8.00 pm and every Friday from 8.00 p.m. The clubrooms are heated and tea and coffee are always available. The clubrooms are situated in the Shaftesbury Community Centre on the corner of Evans Street and Hoskins Street. This is within 300 yards of the roundabout (near the new Sainsbury's Store) on Heidenheim Drive, the dual carriageway entry to Newport from Cwmbran or the westbound M4.
The club holds its meetings at 8 PM on the first Wednesday of each month except July and August at Chalkers Snooker Club, Redmoor Mill, Buxton Road, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK22 3JT. These meetings usually consist of a hopefully brief business meeting followed by talks, slide/ film shows, modelling demonstrations etc and are intended to be a social get together of like minded individuals.
Western Union is a NMRA BR club based in Plymouth. We have modules depicting American Outline in both HO and N Gauge. It is open to NMRA Members. The club holds monthly meets at the Hilltop Community Centre, Tamerton Foliot, Plymouth.
Meeting Times Monday 20:00hrs Wednesday 20:00hrs Saturday 20:00hrs. We cater for all age groups. Please note Club rooms are on the first floor. Access by stairs only.
From M62 Junction 31 take the A655 towards Castleford for approximately 1 mile. At the roundabout take 1st exit left on to the A639 direction of Leeds, Continue down hill through Pedestrian crossing & past the Fourways Public House on your right. Carry on over the river Calder and continue on road taking left hand bend & turn next right immediately after concrete bus shelter onto Pinfold Lane. Continue down lane for ½ mile until you approach T Junction. Turn left on to Main Street and the chapel is on your right next to Commercial Public House.
Our clubhouse address is: CENTRAL AVENUE, BANGOR, CO. DOWN. BT20 3AF. NORTHERN IRELAND. Club Nights
Every Monday and Wednesday night from 7.30PM - 10.00PM
New members will be made very welcome, whether you are an experienced model maker, an absolute beginner or anywhere in between. Adult membership is restricted to those over 16, but juniors (between 14 and 16) are also welcome if accompanied by a parent. Visitors and potential members are welcome any Friday evening - just turn up!
We meet every Friday evening from 7.30 to 10.30 pm at Northolt Village Community Centre, Ealing Road, Northolt, Middlesex, UB5 6AD
We aim to foster and further the interests of members and the public, in all aspects of railway modelling, prototype railways and allied pursuits. The modelling section caters for most model railway interests in steam, diesel and electric traction, historic or modern in O, OO, HO and N gauges and also includes tramways in OO gauge. Some evenings are spent working on the club's layouts and informally discussing railways and modelling. The last Wednesday of each month is running night when members run their locos and stock on our layouts. Meetings are held at Rosebery Road Methodist Church every Wednesday from 7.30PM. Visitors are always welcome.
The Norwood Model Railway Club was founded in 1946, meeting in the crypt of St. Luke's Church, West Norwood. We now have our own compact clubroom near Streatham Common, where we meet on Tuesday evenings. Visitors are always welcome at our clubroom. Please introduce yourself if you see us at an exhibition, or contact the Honorary Secretary for more details.
We meet every Tuesday evening at our clubrooms in Bulwell, Nottingham. For details of how to find the club, and for any other information concerning the club and membership details please contact the secretary.
The club meets every Tuesday evening from 7:45 at Collinwood Road United Reformed Church, Oxford, OX3 8HW on the A40, 100 yds south of McDonalds and the Headington Roundabout.
Community Learning Centre , Off Dew Street (At Back Of Library) , Haverfordwest , Pembrokeshire SA61 1ST Meeting Day:
Mondays during college term time Meeting Times: 19.00 – 20.30
If you think you'd be interested in joining Perth & District Model Railway Club please contact email@example.com if you would like to join, are interested in joining or come along for a visit to find out more about our activities or speak to us at an exhibition - we don't bite! We meet on Thursday evenings just outside Perth near Kinfauns.
Peterborough (Viscount) MRC
Contact 01733 564705 for information.
Pevensey Bay Model Railway Club meets every Monday evening from 7pm - 9.30pm at the Ethel Wood Community Hall, Coast Road, Pevensey Bay. The club welcomes and is actively seeking new members of all ages including juniors. Juniors must be of secondary school age and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when on club premises.
Welcome to the Pontypridd Model Railway Club, we regularly meet on Mondays and Wednesdays and are based just outside Pontypridd. Visitors are always welcome; we currently model in various gauges from America to Europe and Britain. For more information please visit our website.
Regular society meeting nights are Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, from 19:45 onwards. Tea/coffee/choccy bars/bikkies about 20:30,ish :-) So It's well worth a visit if you are in the area, even if it's just for a cuppa and a chat about trains, whether it be the real thing or models in any scale. There is also an added bonus for anyone modelling modern `present day' workings as Poole Station is nearby on the Waterloo to Weymouth mainline and provides us with regular full size 1:1 scale trains to watch, a variety of diesel traction on goods and passenger services, plus a mixture of Wessex electric (5WES) units and `Slam-Door' multiple unit stock.
The Society's aim is to further all aspects of the model railway hobby. We have recently moved to NEW CLUB ROOMS* situated in Unit 12, Aqueduct Mill, Aqueduct Street, Preston, (From Fylde Rd, immediately left after the railway bridge, through the large gates, and directly ahead). New Members, Beginners to Experts, are always welcome. Why don't you come and join us? Further details of membership and meetings may be obtained by e mail from The Hon. Secretary
In 1998 we took the bold step in obtaining our own permanent premises at Prescot Leisure Centre, where we have the luxury of secure permanent accommodation for our modelling projects along with a modellers' room and video and book library. We now meet on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in order to maximise our investment in the new premises.
We are located in Ramsbottom which is a small town in the North West of England, It comes under the Metropolitan Borough of Bury in Greater Manchester, with outlying areas in the Borough of Rossendale in Lancashire. It is located along the course of the River Irwell and the M66 motorway, in a deep valley amongst the West Pennine Moors, 3.9 miles (6.3 km) North-Northwest of Bury, and 12 miles (19 km) North-Northwest of Manchester. We currently have 8 members in our club which range in age from 16-60+ so there really is no age limit and we are always looking to expand our membership. So if you have an interest in Model Railways or even just Railways then why not pay us a visit. If you would like to arrange a visit then you can contact Danny Jones (Club Secretary) via email Eagle1711@hotmail.com
The Redditch Model Railway Club meets at premises close to Redditch town centre every Tuesday evening from 1845 until 2230. Members’ model railway interests range from the pre grouping to the present day contemporary scene. The Redditch Model Railway Club can be contacted via the Club Secretary, Guy Craddock, and Webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet twice a week on Tuesday`s and Friday`s from 7pm onwards to approx. 9.30pm, our subscriptions are only £1 a week and you get a free tea or coffee plus plenty of friendly advice on layout and kit building and plenty of help with repairs to get you moving again. We have no age limit as such but we ask that all under sixteens are accompanied by an adult. We do not post our address on the web due to the threat of vandalism, but more information may be obtained from our secretary Mr Roy Dunstan on 01209 218318.
We are a small club based in Treorchy, Rhondda. The club moved to its current premises on the 25th November 1978 and was opened by His Worship, the Mayor, Councillor R.J. Ashman. Please see website for membership details. Are you interested in railway modelling or just railways in general and keen to share your interests with others? We welcome new members of all abilities from newcomers and novices to master modelmakers. All ages are represented from 12 years upwards, and all members have the opportunity to work on a variety of club projects in various scales, gauges and eras, or can develop their own models and layouts within the club. We meet every Friday evening from 19.30 to 22.00 (7.30 to 10.00pm) in the Carrington Room at the Community Centre in Princes Risborough postcode HP27 9AX. A hot and cold drinks bar is provided as well as the use of a TV and Video so that members can view videos/DVDs during the meetings. Rochdale Model Railway Group is a small band of predominantly 4mm modellers, although we do have one member who professes to model things that he can see. We meet every Wednesday night 8pm to 10pm in Norden, Rochdale, and retire afterwards to a local hostelry to chew the fat of that night’s meeting and indulge in a beer or two.
We meet every Wednesday evening at 7.30 at the Scout Hall, Braishfield Road, Romsey. For more details please se club website.
The club usually meets every Friday at 8.00pm to 10.30pm upstairs in the Town House, Church End, Barley, Herts. Please do check before coming along as the Town House is sometimes used for other functions.
Based in Bromley, contact the Secretary for more information.
Headquarters is a B.R. Mk1 TSO coach built in 1954 and standing on its own length of track. Courtesy of Lord Braybrooke, the carriage shares its site with the Audley End Miniature Railway in an attractive woodland setting, adjacent to the famous Audley End House. The club meets on Tuesday evenings from 7:00pm to 10:00pm and on Sundays from 2pm onwards. Visitors who are interested in joining the Club are always welcome. Membership currently stands at around 20 and ranges in age from 14 to 80!
Formed in 1978, we are a small friendly club, with membership numbers close to 30, who meet on Wednesday and Friday nights between 7.00pm and 10.00pm with the aim of constructing, operating and enjoying model railways. Click on the 'contact us' page and drop an email to the Secretary. He'll get in touch with further contact details.
Meetings are scheduled for the last Friday of each month throughout the year, 7-30pm to 11pm, whilst the club is also open every Friday to run trains and to construct the various layouts! We are extremely fortunate in having sole use of a purpose built log cabin style building provided by Crawley Council to whom we pay a monthly rent. Our 'cabin' is one of a number of purpose built units designed to provide 'recreational' services to the benefit of Crawley residents and the surrounding area. Needless to say a large number of SEABOARD members reside in this area of West Sussex.
We meet on Wednesday afternoons and each Friday evening from 7:30 to about 10:00pm in the clubroom on the top floor of Carterknowle Methodist Church, Edgedale Road, off Abbeydale Road, Sheffield.. Visitors always welcome.
We meet each Thursday evening from 19:30 to 2200 at the Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church opposite Hillsborough Park on Middlewood Rd. Located just a short walk from the tram stop there are several bus services covering the north of the city. The society offers a warm welcome to all visitors and potential members.
Shepton & District Model Railway Society is always ready to welcome new members, no matter what their ability or interest. Current members interests are predominantly in 00 and N gauge but 009 also has a keen following. If you feel that you would like to find out more about the SDMRS, its membership and its members benefits then read on. You will, of course, want to visit the Club and to avoid a wasted journey it is recommended that you contact someone first. Call Barry Harding on 01749 880730.
The main Club meeting time is 7.00pm to 10pm on Tuesday evenings at the Club Rooms which are situated on the top floor of Baildon Recreation Centre.
We meet on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm at The Public Hall, Station Road, Shirehampton, Bristol, BS11 9TX. We have a dedicated Club Room which has a multi gauge test track around the wall, DCC and analogue control are both catered for. It's also here that we hold our Annual exhibition and a less formal 'Open Day' featuring our Club and members layouts.
We are located in Shoeburyness, Essex. which is in the far south eastern corner of Essex, 3 miles from the principal town of Southend on Sea. We are located right next door to the Shoeburyness E.M.U. depot. Meetings are on Mondays from 7.30 pm. We currently have vacancies for membership of the club, if you are interested please contact the Chairman or Secretary who will be pleased to provide you with further details.
Soar Valley MRC We are always ready to welcome new active members. If you would like to find out more about the club, its membership and its benefits these notes should help. You will, of course, want to visit the club and to avoid a wasted journey it is recommended that you contact someone first. OO, OO9, N and O groups normally meet on Tuesdays, & and Thursday’s, This invitation is extended to everyone. Solent MRG
If you wish to contact us please either use the contact page on our club website or email direct to: email@example.com
We meet on Thursday evening from 8:00pm at the Scout Hut on Hob's Meadow off the Hob's Moat Road, Solihull. New Members are welcome to bring stock to run on the clubs layouts, help on the layouts to do repairs or upgrades and scenery work or as some do, simply watch, learn or feel free just to come and talk to the other members!
We meet on Tuesdays, from 7.30 – 10 pm. New members welcome. We have 2 N Gauge layouts available for exhibitions within a reasonable distance. Please phone the chairman for details on 01564 200160.
The club meets regularly every Wednesday evening from 7.00pm to 10.00pm in the club house at the Long Hall in Carhampton (TA24 6LX) Click here for map (map comes up on a separate page - close to return to this page). Members can gain access to the Hall at any other time during the week by arrangement with the Committee, in order to make progress on specific layouts or for maintenance on the hall.
The Club is situated at a secret location, not known to wives or girlfriends, near New Milton in South-West Hampshire. For details of membership and meetings please email the Membership Secretary; Steve Beith at firstname.lastname@example.org
The normal club night is Thursday from about 8pm although the clubrooms at Fort Widley ( to the North of Portsmouth), where we have exclusive use of two large rooms, are available for members to use at other times. The club is very friendly and we like to feel it is easy for new members to quickly "feel at home". There is the chance to contribute to any project (or projects if you wish) and the opportunity to learn (or to teach!) and to exchange ideas with other members. Club meetings usually end with a visit to a local pub for those who are that way inclined - generally most of us! If you think our club would suit you, why not come up and see us one Thursday evening. We are always quite happy to entertain guests and prospective members.
The Southampton Model Railway Society was formed in 1966. In 1986, after many years of meeting at Sholing Station, the Society moved to rooms at the Eastpoint Centre. Due to the redevelopment of Eastpoint in 2011, we moved into our own small site on an estate in Millbrook. Here Members of the Society can meet at any time, but mainly on Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm throughout the year. The Society provides a friendly atmosphere, both for members and visitors. Wednesdays are usually given over to construction and modelling, while Fridays are usually operating evenings. There are no restrictions on what can be operated on the layouts, and therefore it is not considered unusual to see a German or American trains passing through British stations!
New members are always welcome. If you would like to find out more about us, please contact the Society’s Hon Secretary, or come along to one of our evening meetings. You can find details on our Contact Page
We are very fortunate in having our own premises, which members can use at any time. We are always looking for new members so, if you are local and interested please get in touch. You can send us an email here. There is no obligation to join right away. Likewise if you are visiting the area please pay us a call here on any Tuesday or Friday evening.
The club meets every Wednesday and Friday evening 7pm onwards. New members always welcome, please contact us regarding membership, or to visit the clubrooms.
The club meets on Wednesday evenings at the Buckden Millenium Community Centre, Burberry Road, Buckden, PE19 5UY from 7 - 10pm.
The club meets on Tuesday and Friday evenings. You are warmly invited to come along and spend an evening with us to find out for yourself about the club's activities and layouts. For further information, please contact one of the following by telephone - Colin Hill (01785 211992) or Terry Robinson (01785 816666).
We aim to promote all aspects of railway modelling, at all levels, within our geographical area in the Forth Valley of east-central Scotland. We are a small friendly club with about 20 active members, usually meeting on a Thursday night in our clubrooms near Stirling. For membership details, please see the membership page on our website.
The Club meets every Tuesday from 3.30pm in Stockport Grammar School, SK2 7AQ. Visitors are always welcome.
The Club meets every Tuesday evening throughout the year at our clubrooms in Stowmarket, and currently has layouts under construction in OO and O Gauges.
Sunderland & District MRS
The Society meets on Monday evenings from about 7:30 pm at the Grindon Community Centre, Cortina Avenue, Sunderland. Guests are always welcome on Club night. You may participate for several meetings and if you like what you see you can enquire about membership.
Sussex G Rail Group
The society welcomes new members and details of the club can be obtained via the email address. email@example.com
Meetings are held on Tuesday or Wednesday nights at various locations. You are more than welcome to join us it's free at this time - when we get the new club room operational there will be day meetings and weekend meetings and a charge for all. To have a chat about the club please ring graham between 10am and 21.00. any day on 01823 327155.
The Thamesiders Model Railroad Group is a group within the Eastern Division of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) British Region. We are a small group of model railroaders, primarily from Essex, who met through the NMRA and decided to form a local group to further our knowledge and enjoyment of North American railroads , both full size and model. Our primary activity is currently the construction and operation of an HO scale modular layout. Modellers working in other scales are welcome to join us. For further information please see the About Us page.
Visitors are welcome at all our meetings - so please come along on a Thursday and see what we can offer you. If you want further information about the Model Railway Club, please contact The Secretary The Model Railway Club, Keen House, 4 Calshot Street, London N1 9DA, United Kingdom . Our email address is: MRC@themodelrailwayclub.org
Our clubroom in Farnborough is the envy of many other railway clubs. We have a large meeting hall, bar, kitchen, library, office and layout storage facilities. We have extensive parking available both within the club perimeter and nearby. Club Night i s every Tuesday - the clubroom is open from approx. 7pm with layouts up by rota for running or work. New members are always welcome.
Based at IES Breckland Free School, Crown Street, Brandon, Suffolk, IP27 0NJ. The club meets Wednesday evenings from around 7pm -10pm in the clubroom at the rear. (Along the service road). New members are always welcome. Please contact any committee member for details, or just turn up on clubnight. All ages and abilities welcome. We look forward to seeing you!
We are a group of modellers living in the Edinburgh area. If you are interested in becoming a member, the information is on the Contacts page.
The Three Counties Model Railway Society, (Formerly Mentmore Model Railway Group) which is based near Aston Abbotts, approximately mid way between Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire and Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, was founded in 1998 by two local residents and London commuters who discovered their mutual interest in model railways whilst waiting for their early morning train. For more information contact us here.
If you are interested in joining the club, why not come down one Thursday evening. Further details can be obtained by contacting us using the details in the 'contact us' section of our website.
We are a small group of railway and model railway enthusiasts who meet at our clubhouse near Lichfield, Staffordshire on Tuesday and Thursday evenings to build and operate our 2mm and 4mm scale analogue and DCC club layouts. For mor information please contact us here.
The club, meeting weekly on Tuesdays, is based in Tring, with a small clubroom located within an office suite; which, unfortunately, means that access to the clubroom for visitors and prospective new members is by invite only. For more information contact us here firstname.lastname@example.org
The Club now holds regular monthly Saturday sessions in addition to our normal Friday night meetings. Potential members are welcome to join us on a Friday night – please contact the Secretary Nick Lewin at email@example.com for further details.
If you are interested in membership of the Uckfield Model Railway Club please get in touch with us via our contact us page.
The club meets at Milton, Portsmouth. Please see contact page for more info.
We meet every Monday and Friday evening from 7:30 p.m. (except Bank Holidays) and enjoy talks, demonstrations, film and slide shows of railway interest as well as the building of models. We extend a warm welcome to prospective members who may wish to join the Society. membership is open to anyone over the age of twelve, so why not come along on one of the evenings to the clubrooms which are located in the Back Garden Street, Wakefield, just behind the Tile and Bathroom World showroom on Ings Road. Further details may be obtained from the Society Information Stand at the exhibition or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
WARLEY MODEL RAILWAY CLUB would like to invite you to visit our Oldbury Club Room and facilities on virtually any club evening (the only time that we can not accommodate visitors is on meeting nights, so you might like to phone first). Our address is Unit 1F, Pearsall Drive, Oldbury, West Midlands, B69 1RF. You will be made very welcome. If you would like to check before you visit, call Chris Wright-Membership Secretary on 0794 107 2061
Presently the club meets every Monday evening and has three layouts which are 'complete' and four more at various stages of construction.You can contact Warrington Model Railway club on email@example.com
If you would like more details about our club, the Finescale Extravaganza, or would like to visit us in our clubroom so see what we are working on, then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Waveney Valley Model Railway Club is situated in North East Suffolk. The nearest town is Beccles and our catchment area also includes Lowestoft, Halesworth, Bungay and Southwold along with parts of South East Norfolk. Club premises are situated at Grange Farm Centre, Barsham, near Beccles, Suffolk - just south off the B1062 Beccles to Bungay road. Our main club night is weekly on Thursday evenings from around 7.30pm. Some members (known as the 32C group) also attend on most Tuesday evenings, usually from around 8.00pm .
This club meets at Tipton Green Methodist Church Hall, Park Lane West, Tipton, West Midlands, Opposite The Red Lion Pub. Club Meetings are held on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month between 2.00pm and 5.00pm.
The Area Group meets on the first and third Friday of every month from 7pm at Sompting village hall near Worthing. Click here for a map.
Western Model Railway Society
The Society is open to anyone interested in railways or railway modelling, from in and around the West London Area. Membership starts from 14 years of age, although sometimes slightly younger members are accepted at the Committee’s discretion, provided they are accompanied by a parent. There are concessional rates for juniors, the unemployed and persons over retirement age. The clubrooms are open on Mondays and Fridays except on Bank Holidays or when a Society event is taking place at another venue,. Normal times are 7.30pm till 9.30pm, but often till the last person goes home! If you are interested in joining the Society or wanting to pay us a visit, please email using the link from our website , ask any members, or contact the Secretary at:
The Western Model Railway Society,
37 Milton Road,
London W7 1LQ
Telephone/Fax No: 020 8933 1636
Based in Chippenham, the club is open to anybody with an interest in the hobby. Visit us over a few evenings to see whether you would like to involve yourself within the club. We offer all the popular scales in which you can build, run your stock and enjoy. For further information on the club,ring 01249 655908
Welcome to Weymouth Model Railway Association. We cater for railway modellers in all the main scales from N to G and welcome new members and visitors to the town. We have N, OO and O gauge layouts and a G scale layout is under construction. Our layouts are continuously evolving. We meet every Monday evening, except bank holidays, at the Upwey & Broadwey Memorial Hall in Victoria Avenue, Upwey, Weymouth DT3 5NG between 7 and 10 pm.
The Whitby & District Model Railway club was formed in 1988 and meets every Wednesday night from 7.30 until 10.00 at Church House, Sleights ( on the corner of Coach road and Eskdaleside ). Meetings are informal, consisting of running trains on club layouts, building layouts, locomotives, rolling stock and buildings, or just sitting around talking and drinking tea! Members have a wide variety of skills, which they are always happy to share with anyone interested in modelling whatever their level of skills. Member’s interests range from scratchbuilding 19th century locomotives to running ‘ready-to-run’ modern Diesels and multiple units. If this sounds interesting to you, whatever your skill level or interests, please come along and see us on any Wednesday night and meet the members. See the information about us here.
Wimbledon Model Railway Club was founded in 1924 and is the second oldest Club. A number of former members were pioneers in 00-Gauge and N-gauge laying out scales and standards. The club meets every Wednesday and the test track for N, 00 & 0 gauge is available on the first Wednesday of every month. Visitors are always welcome and Members are always keen to give advice and help with any modelling queries.
Wimborne Railway Society meets every Thursday at the United Reform Church Hall, Chapel Lane, Wimborne, Dorset. We have a varied programme of slide, cine, and video shows interspersed with club nights where members can test their models on our test track, work on one of the layouts, read a book or magazine from our library, or have a chat with a like minded individual.
To contact the group us the contact page on our site here. We meet every first, second, third and wherever possible fifth Monday evening except Easter and Christmas Bank Holidays. Our clubroom is always the upper room in St Peters Church Hall, Wisbech. Check out our calendar for meetings and exhibition dates, or become a fan on our facebook page to receive all our full updates.
If you are interested in joining, even if you feel that your modelling talent is limited, please feel free to come along any Thursday evening (just after 8pm - this gives us time to arrive!) to our Headquarters, The Old Goods Shed, Station Approach, Witley (almost next to the station buildings). Alternatively, for further information contact either our Chairman, John Robini (Email email@example.com) or Secretary Colin Grafham (Email firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are a small and friendly club located in Nottingham, UK. We are interested in all matters related to railway modelling. The club has permanent clubrooms at the Sherwood Community Centre on Mansfield Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, NG5 3FN (map). We have layouts in O, OO and N scales. So whether your interests are in model railway building, railway operation, sitting watching the trains go by, or drinking tea and talking about trains, we would be delighted to meet you at our regular meetings every Tuesday from 7-10pm.
The club meets twice a week on Wednesday and Thursday from 20.00 until 22.00. We have our own dedicated clubroom which is very secure. It is located just North of Worthing on the Upper Brighton Road (A27). If you are interested in joining us to see just what we do the please contact one of the committee members, either by e-mail or post and we can send you details of exactly where we are and how to get there - email@example.com
If you are interested in joining us or would like further details, then please contact our secretary, David Rook. He will gladly give you instructions to the club room which is situated in Kidderminster. Alternatively, telephone him on 01905 843760