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  1. The Model Railway Club is having a mini-exhibition on Sunday 1st December at its club rooms - Keen House, 4 Calshot Street, London N1 9DA Working layouts on display: Putnam Yard (HO) Lacey Dale (N - BR 1950s/60s) Visiting Layouts: TBC The MRC Test Tracks will be available. Plus we will have a good selection of pre-owned models available from our shop, and of course refreshments (including a selection of freshly made rolls and Greene King beers) will be available. Open from 11am to 4pm. Admission: Adults £3,
  2. We have a full run that can be browsed at the Model Railway Club library at Keen House.
  3. Sunday April 28th 11am - 4pm Keen House 4 Calshot Street London N1 9AD The Model Railway Club annual spring open day - a chance to come and visit our clubrooms, find out more about us and the benefits of joining the largest and oldest model railway club in the world. This year our multi award winning layout Copenhagen Fields will be running. It's your chance to see this layout in full for free! We'll also have Lacey Dale (N gauge) and Oakworth (our young MRC layout) running. The extensive library will be open for browsing
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    The Model Railway Club annual spring open day - a chance to come and visit our clubrooms, find out more about us and the benefits of joining the largest and oldest model railway club in the world. This year our multi award winning layout Copenhagen Fields will be running. It's your chance to see this layout in full for free! We'll also have Lacey Dale (N gauge) and Oakworth (our young MRC layout) running. The extensive library will be open for browsing, there's a range of pre-owned items for sale, and we'll have refreshments available too. Please not
  5. St Margarets signal box still standing as of today. And it's available to rent! https://www.greateranglia.co.uk/about-us/property-and-retail/st-margarets-station-hertfordshire-former-signal-box Anyone want to start a model railway club in a signal box?!
  6. The Model Railway Club is having a mini-exhibition on Sunday 2nd December at its club rooms - Keen House, 4 Calshot Street, London N1 9DA Five working layouts on display: Ingatestone (OO - Modern Image) Lacey Dale (N - BR 1950s/60s) Minories (EM - BR Blue) Visiting Layouts: Oldshaw (EM - BR Blue) Barber's Bridge Stabling Point (EM - BR Diesel) The MRC Test Tracks will be available. Plus we will have a good selection of pre-owned models available from our shop, and of course refreshments (including a selection of freshly made rolls and Greene King beers) will be availabl
  7. Because Hornby like to release the traction when a new line (Javelin, IEP) opens I am thinking either a 700 for Thameslink or a 345 for Crossrail either of which has a bunch of varieties and liveries coming down the pike. Electrostar seems more likely from Bachmann eventually as Bachmann is steadily crossing off all the EMUS that ran on the SE division.
  8. I'm wondering if anyone knows if the manufacturers issue copies of the lists of box barcodes and the corresponding model number and description? Presumably any model shop would need this list to load into their sales system unless every model shop has to type it in manually? I have an interest in cataloguing my collection and it would be nice to save some typing by just scanning in the box barcode and having the information provided. TIA gus
  9. In this month's BRM magazine, there is a brief mention that the Hornby VEP tooling is being tweaked to fix some of the inaccuracies. I cannot find mention of this anywhere else. Does anyone have any more details?
  10. So I am quite confident now in building points etc from C&L components. But I am completely stuck on actually installing the point on my layout especially when it comes to tie bars and attaching the point motor (I'm using DCC Cobolts) to the tie bar. Can anyone offer advice on what they do here, preferably with pictures? thanks
  11. I bet Bachmann will do that one first as they seem to be working their way through the south eastern division Emus.
  12. Very helpful thanks. What about a BR era parcels train? E.g. Where do the PMV / CCTs fit in?
  13. What would be a typical formation for a goods train like this? I would like to start adding goods to my collection but I'm having trouble finding out the typical formations used. Particularly in the Wimbledon area. Or does it matter? Can I use any old wagons?
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