The Club builds and operates layouts in a variety of scales.
In case you missed it, here’s a chance to watch “Who’d Be An Editor” – Steve Flint’s presentation to the MRC in February 2021 If you’ve enjoyed it, please visit https://ko-fi.com/themodelrailwayclub to buy us a coffee, and follow us on YouTubeMar 6, 2021
In a brief window between lockdowns, we were delighted to welcome Chris Jackson, the Editor in Chief of the Railway Gazette Group to Keen House to present “Trains Around the World” – The travels of an international railway journalist. We recorded the talk, and you can view it here: Please subscribe to the channel when …read more.Nov 28, 2020
Thursday 9th March 2017 at 7.15pm The Toss of a Coin – David Maidment OBE David has written a number of articles and given talks on railways, both in the UK and overseas, to enthusiasts and lay groups on his fascinating railway career. This began in 1960 on the Western Region of British Railways as …read more.Jan 6, 2017
Our Autumn 2016 lecture programme covers a diverse range of subjects from DCC control, through the Gottard line to one of the most infamous railway accidents. Visitors are welcome.
Thursday 13th October 2016 at 7.30pm
Mick Moignard presents: DCC – basics & upwards
DCC is one of the most important advances in the Model Railway hobby since we gave up keys for electricity.Come to this lecture to understand what DCC is, how it works and why it’s so valuable at all levels of the hobby, regardless of scale. We’ll look at choosing and purchasing a system, at decoders and their installation, layout wiring and running trains and then look around the edges at a few of the other things it can do.Jul 6, 2016
Our Autumn 2017 lecture programme covers a diverse range of subjects. Visitors are welcome. Thursday 12th October 2017 at 7.30pm “Electric Trains” – by David Brown Alone amongst the ‘big four’ railway companies, the Southern Railway embarked on a comprehensive electrification programme under its dynamic General Manager, Sir Herbert Walker. Between 1925 and 1939 virtually …read more.Jul 6, 2016