The Scalefour Society caters for the needs of railway modellers working to the scale of 4mm/ft (1:76.2), the most popular of the British model railway scales. It promotes and encourages the use of effective modelling techniques and fine scale standards among all 4mm railway modellers with a particular emphasis on the use of scale wheels and track.

This web site contains a great deal of information for all modellers and is a showcase for the Society. It also contains our Forum, where you can read about many aspects of finescale modelling.

009 Society - the world's largest small scale narrow gauge modelling group aimed at those modelling narrow gauge railways of scales around the 3.5 - 4mm to the foot.

We aim to cater for all aspects of small scale narrow gauge railway modelling, both for the beginner and the experienced modeller alike, for the scratch-builder. the kit builder and the modeller who prefers proprietary ready to run equipment. Whether you are an active modeller or an armchair modeller, you will find a welcome in the 009 SOCIETY.

 Based in south Warwickshire, we boast a private quarter acre water with unlimited daytime access, a clubhouse and free parking.

A  club which prides itself on having a friendly and very helpful membership. We sail electric, steam and yachts, sorry no IC. The clubhouse has tea/coffee making facilities with integral toilet.Disabled parking and wheel chair access also catered for. An informal gathering for general sailing in a relaxed atmosphere on Thursday.

http://kmbcmodelboatclub.com/

MERG (Model Electronic Railway Group) is an international, UK based group promoting interest in the application of electronics & computers to all aspects of railway modelling.

Founded in 1967, the Group’s aim is to actively promote and advance the use of electronic and computer technology for model railway operation, which is ideally suited to take advantage of these technologies, and the application of electronics and computers can be used to good effect to add enhanced features and realism to model railway operation. 

MERG celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017 – we have come a long way from the early days in 1967 when a small bunch of electronics enthusiasts got together to swap notes and ideas about model railway control and add-on widgets to enliven layouts.

What Is The HMRS?

The Historical Model Railway Society is a UK Registered Educational Charity "founded in 1950 by historians and modellers to collect and exchange records, drawings and photographs in the interests of historical accuracy in modelling". (Andrew Dow in The Oxford Companion to British Railway History, Simmons & Biddle (editors), OUP 1997)

The Society maintains a strong commitment toward obtaining, storing and distributing information of value and integrity. Material placed in its care will be treated with due regard to its information value.

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire offering a round trip of over 24 miles. It uses part of the route of the former Great Western Railway's main line from Birmingham to Cheltenham which used to run via Stratford-upon-Avon.

 It now operates steam and heritage diesel trains between Cheltenham Racecourse and Laverton through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cotswolds. The line commands wonderful views of the nearby sleepy hamlets and villages, with outstanding outlooks across to the Malvern Hills and beyond. The railway is in the process of being extended to Broadway in Worcestershire.

 http://www.gwsr.com/

Friends of the National Railway Museum

We support the National Railway Museum conserve and create exhibits with financial assistance and volunteers

Membership of the Friends of the National Railway Museum brings the satisfaction of being involved in preserving, displaying and interpreting the best of Britain's heritage. Your subscription helps to finance work in the Museum that would otherwise not be possible. The Friends contribute significant amounts to large projects and support other activities on a regular basis.

http://www.nrmfriends.org.uk/

Diesel and Electric Modellers United

About DEMU

Diesel and Electric Modellers United (demu) was formed in 1994 as an independent 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. We aim to promote all aspects of this period by exchanging information and ideas in our quarterly magazine 'UPDate' and our members-only web forum, which feature modelling and prototype articles on a wide range of subjects.

What Is EM?

If you’re interested in improving the look of your models or if you’re contemplating construction for the first time,  The E.M. Gauge Society is here to help you.

If you already model to EM or P4 standards, membership of the Society delivers significant benefits to railway modellers.

Why 4mm scale?

The floor plan and index of exhibitors for the 43rd annual exhibition of the Leamington and Warwick Model Railway Society on the 3rd & 4th of March 2018 are now available in the form of PDF documents.

 

Privileges of membership

  • Full membership entitles the society member to the use of the club's facilities at any reasonable times.
  • Full membership entitles a member to speak and vote at meetings of the society.
  • Full members will be provided with an external key to the clubhouse
  • Full members will be provided with a 'fob' to release the inner door. This should be used on all visits to record that a visit was made.

Membership subscriptions and rates.

  • In return for a monthly subscription (Currently £15 p.c.m as at October 2013) the full member receives a key to the clubhouse. The membership subscription must be paid directly by standing order. No further charges are made.

Details of full members are retained by the society on a computer system, and limited contact details are displayed on the clubhouse noticeboard.

  • Email addresses are held by the membership secreatary and may be used by the board to communicate with society members. Those members who wish to be communicated with by post rather than by email should inform the membershpi secretary.

For further details please contact the Membership Secretary. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Privileges of membership

  • Associate membership entitles the society member to the use of the club's facilities at any reasonable times. However access is restricted to times when a full member is present to open up and lock up the clubhouse.
  • Associate membership entitles a member to speak and vote at meetings of the society.
  • Associate members will be provided with a 'fob' to release the inner door. This should be used on all visits to record that a visit was made.

Membership subscriptions and rates.

  • An Associate member must pay a membership subscription at the start of each calendar year.(Currently £20 as at 2013)
  • Additionally, an associate member must pay a visit fee on the occasion of each visit to the clubhouse. The payment is to be placed int he box previoided, and the visit logged in the associate members log book. (Currently £5 per visit, as at October 2013).

Details of members are retained by the society on a computer system, and limited contact details are displayed on the clubhouse noticeboard.

  • Email addresses are held by the membership secretary and may be used by the board to communicate with society members. Those members who wish to be communicated with by post rather than by email should inform the membershpi secretary.

For further details please contact the Membership Secretary. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Leamington and Warwick Model Railway Society has over 80 members mainly from South Warwickshire but several come from much further afield. We moved into a spacious new club rooms just outside Leamington Spa in April 2006 which provides over 3,500 sq ft for layouts, discussion area, library and kitchen. We are currently cataloguing our extensive collection of magazines, journals, books and photographs for use by the membership and outside visitors.

Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Society started life on 20th February 1975 when 18 keen modellers met at Milverton Village Hall. At that time it was known as Milverton Model Railway Society, a name it bore until November 1976 when it changed to its current name upon obtaining new premises in Warwick.

This section tells the history of the society

Details of membership categories, privileges of membership and subscription rates.

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