The club has booked two Sunday Members Workdays, one in August and one in early October to allow a larger space and longer hours to that available on normal club nights.
Additionally the club has 4 Friday evenings in August to use the hall as well as the committee room to work on layouts during normal club hours.
The main work will be on Friedrichstrasse, but the later October Workday will be used as a general preparation for our Open Day.
Please note none of these sessions are open to visitors.
Hornby ex L&SWR Class 700- Hattons have advised availability expected in mid October 2014. Ideal loco for Chesilford?
Bachmann announce entry into 00-9 with locos, rolling stock & buildings.
Nick H will be exhibiting at the Gaugemaster 40th anniversary show on the 6th/7th September 2014
Nick has also received an invite for his layout to the International N Gauge Show on 12/13th September 2015
This small layout is proving popular for specialist and general shows with its interesting track layout and subject, coupled with a high standard of scenic treatment
Local enthusiasts can see the layout at Model Trains in the Valley the clubs Open Day on Sunday 26th October
Nick H's N gauge layout has received an invite for the 2015 International N Gauge Show at Leamington Spa on the 12th/13th September. The layout is proving extremely popular particularly at specialist N gauge shows. Local enthusiasts are reminded they can see it at Model Trains in the Valley, the club's Annual Open Day on Sunday 26th October?
50 year Celebration
We now have the club donation to our nearest junior school Hollycombe Primary School, Milland, sorted out and it looks possible we will be invited to show the children what railways and railway modelling are all about.
Looking forward to hearing back from other two schools, Rake and Liphook
The sign has been delivered and track laying is under-way.
The back-scene is painted in its first coat, together with end cheeks and front edge of baseboard
The curtain is made and velcro tape has been stapled to front edge- needs to be redone with glue
Prototypes are being selected to form basis for low relief buildings
Designs for these buildings starts soon
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It looks almost certain that our Building a Model Railway course we run jointly with Liphook U3A will be held this year. Looking forward to reporting on the Google+ page and on the website.
Thanks to those who have just started following us on Google+. We will be adding to the picture content over the coming weeks, so keep on checking back