Our society consists of around 20 members who operate the club layout 'Midland Road' ar the Midland Railway - Butterley. We meet on Tuesdays and Fridays from 700pm.and also operate the layout when the MRB runs.
Model railway club sited in a unit within a business Village Models O, OO,& N,scales a large multi gauge test track for members to run their stock can veiwed on the clubs website
Senior 3 Child 2 Family \[2+2\] 12 \ Wheelchair friendly. NOW 2 Halls. 30+ layouts. \ Refreshments \# Free car-parking \ Contacts: 01268-411603 or 01268-288236
The B(NN)RS meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in its clubrooms in the former Buffet on platform 1 of Retford railway station. The club hold its annual model railway exhibition in Retford's Town Hall every November.
Bournville Model Railway Club has permanent premises at the Botanical Centre 58 Winterbourne Gardens. Edgbaston Park Road. Birmingham B15 2RT Members have access to a storage area, workshops with carpentry facilities, a meeting room for planning...
We are a friendly group of model engineering enthusiasts with an interest in model steam and diesel engines in the track gauges of 3 1/2", 5" and 7 1/4". Regular 'Steam Ups' are held during the year. We welcome new membership enquiries.
Please see our web site for detailed information
Our society meet at our head quarters in West Glebe Park, off Kelvin Grove Corby every Tuesday evening 19:30 hrs. We have many projects under construction from N gauge to 5 inch passenger carrying railway in our own grounds. We hold 2 exhibition each year
Established in 1955, the club meets on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Club members are currently building an end-to-end layout and one recreating Trowbridge station. Coventry Model Railway Club are based in the City Centre of Coventry, at the Canal Basin.
The Cradley Heath Model Railway Club meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the Cradley Heath Community Centre in the West Midlands. We are an ever growing club, with many projects either ongoing or being planned.
Founded in 2010 the Clubs aims are to promote the Model Railway hobby in the local area. Currently our Members are involved in building N,OO and ON30 layouts. We also attend Exhibitions in our area and also hold our own annually.
Diesel and Electric Modellers United (demu) was formed in 1994 as a society catering for all modellers of the railways of mainland Britain in the Diesel and Electric era regardless of scale/gauge affiliations or modelling ability.
Famous Trains model railway is a charity that opens a model railway for the general public, located in Markeaton Park in Derby, every weekend and bank holiday. We have charitable status because we educate visitors in local railway history, train volunteer
Gloucester Model Railway Club meets on Monday evenings in our clubroom at Elmscroft Community Centre. We have a number of exhibition layouts and some of our members also exhibit their own. We are also interested in full-scale railways.
Small group of likeminded souls who for the past 25 years have met,built,operated and talked trains. We have some exhibitable layouts and a large oo layout under construction,enthusiasm far more important than knowledge or skills.
The Ivanhoe MRS consists of a small group of friends that meet on a friday night to build model railways, talk and eat chips. Three times a year we put on a swapmeet at our local high school. Please see our website for more details.
We are a well established club which has recently moved clubrooms due to unforseen circumstances. We currently have 2 layouts under construction and our interests vary from UK LNER, LMS, BR(WR) to Spain, Japan and the US!
We have over sixty members from Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and much further afield. 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...
Established in 1989, we are a friendly bunch of model railway enthusiasts, who also enjoy light hearted humour. We have permenant layouts of most gauges in our 80ft x 25ft clubhouse. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Mickleover MRG has around 50 members. The club promotes the hobby & encourages new members both Members have a variety of skills & knowledge that can be called upon. The group is a non profit making organisation & holds an annual exhibition.
MKMRS and its home base Bletchley Park feature in Model Rail video No14. Currently modelling layouts in N, 00, 00-finescale, EM, 0-tinplate. Have large outdoor layout for 0 and Gauge 1 electric or live steam
The club was founded in the mid 1950's and has promote the club as a friendly and open pastime. We have a multigauge test track from "OO" to G scale, a "N" gauge layout, and a "OO" gauge project.
Railway modelling in O, HO, OO and EM gauges mainly. Members also have interests in S4, N gauge and narrow gauge modelling. Organisers of the renowned Nottingham East Midlands model railway exhibition held each March at the Harvey Hadden Sports CentreThe
Club members are actively involved in the construction and operation of a number of 4mm scale layouts. The stages it's own model railway exhibition each year on the following weekend after the May Day Bank Holiday. The Club exhibits it's layout at exhibit
We are a friendly club with membership of 54 with two prospective members applications waiting. \ Membership is open to all and we have members from all walks of life and all age groups and genders.
Solihull Model Railway Circle is a group of enthusiasts of all ages with extensive knowledge of Railways both large and small. Cherwell is our main layout (4mm/oo gauge), which we show at our yearly exhibition. We also have O gauge test track.
Current Members have a varied interest of modelling eras from pre-nationalisation (GWR and LMS) through BR Steam (Midland and Southern regions) to the BR Blue era of the late 1970s. Our main large layout measures 22ft by 10.5ft
Meets Tuesday & Friday nights. We have layouts in '00' gauge and are currently constructing a new 'N' gauge and '0' gauge layout. The club has a 32' x 9' '00' layout based on the midland mainline at Duffield We organize the Derby Exhibition
Established in 1957, we presently run 5 layouts in O, OO, EM, and 7mm NG. A new 00 layout is planned. New members always welcome Activities include talks, trips, and general interest in all modes of transport past & present. Meets twice a week.
The club aims to promote railways in all forms especially the modelled form. As well as modelling, the club organises other social events for members and their spouses as well as taking part in community events
TRMG is a small, friendly club with our own clubroom based in Wellington, Salop. We cater those who wish to model in either 4mm(00/EM) or 2mm/N. We have an active junior section. Visitors and prospective members always welcome.
We are a small group of railway and model railway enthusiasts who meet at our clubhouse near Lichfield, Staffordshire to build and operate our 2mm and 4mm scale club layouts. We also enjoy a full social programme.
Warley Model Railway Club was formed in 1966. The club has its own premises close to the centre of Oldbury W.Midlands. We organise the annual Warley National Model Railway Exhibition at The National Exhibition Centre
A friendly group of N gauge model railway enthusiasts building a 20ft layout. Meetings held 1st and 3rd Saturday afternoon every month at Tipton Green Methodist Church Hall. Everyone will be made welcome,no annual fee.
We have a clubroom in NE wolverhampton where several layouts (OO/EM/N) are stored or under construction. We also have an annual exhibition in Pendeford High School on 5-6 Nov 2005. Prospective new members welcome.
We are a small friendly group modelling in N 00 & 0 gauges. We are currently working on 4 layouts in readiness for our next show. We meet Tues & Fri 7pm to 10pm. We have room for new members, if you would like to see what we have to offer, come and try us
We are currently modelling in N and 00, with the posibility of an 0 Gauge layout being planned. We have, N and 00 modern image layouts being built. We meet every Tuesday evening 7-10pm. We also run the West Mercia Exhibition during March.