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Clubs and Societies Directory - CLEVELAND

LOCAL RAILWAY CLUBS IN CLEVELAND - Societies based in a particular locale often with regular meetings and get togethers.
Cleveland Model Railway Club
Contact Details: Hon Secretary,  John Myers  07752 180435
Meeting Venue: The Bhive Business Centre,  4 Skelton Business Park,  Skelton  TS12 2LQ
Meeting Day: Tuesday and Thursday. Other days by arrangement   Meeting Times: 18:00 - 22:00
We are an expanding, forward thinking club, modelling in 'N', 'OO' 'OO9' and 'O' Gauges, mainly in UK outline, steam and modern image. We offer a warm welcome to new and experienced modellers alike.
We hold our annual exhibition at Redcar & Cleveland College, Redcar on the 1st weekend in August, with club open days in May and September.
Members are also involved in a number of joint initiates notably Cleveland Ironstone Museum and Care Homes.
Further details, at our website - w
Details last updated 2nd June 2020
Middlesbrough Model Railway Club
Contact Details: Publicity Manager,  Ray Ward
Meeting Venue: Settlement Community Centre,  Union Street,  Middlesbrough  TS1 5NQ
Meeting Day: Monday, Thursday, Friday    Meeting Times: 7pm Till 9pm
We are a small club established in 1970s. We have 30 members These skills include model and layout building, electronics, joinery, metal work, photography and the history of local and national railways etc. We have 1 exhibition per year please see exhibition details on this site.
Details last updated 7th August 2019
Ormesby Hall Model Railway Group
Contact Details: Coordinator,  Ormesby Hall Model Railway Group  01642 504146
Meeting Venue: Ormesby Hall,  Church Lane,  Middlesbrough  TS7 9AS
Meeting Day: Alternative Mondays    Meeting Times: 6.30 to 8.30
We are a group of National Trust volunteers who run and maintain 3 layouts as a visitor attraction
Details last updated 25th November 2020

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This page last updated on 15 October, 2020