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Clubs and Societies Directory - CUMBRIA

LOCAL RAILWAY CLUBS IN CUMBRIA - Societies based in a particular locale often with regular meetings and get togethers.
Carlisle and District 0 Gauge Group
Contact Details: Contact,  Richard Elton  07815565881
Meeting Venue: Carlisle Citadel Station,  Carlisle 
Meeting Day: Wednesdays    Meeting Times: 7.00 PM
We have a large scenic continuous run layout in our Clubroom in Carlisle Citadel station. Visitors are welcome to our Wednesday club nights but because we are in a non public area of the station we have to escort you to the Clubroom . We also hold open running days twice a month on Saturdays. See website (www.cdogg.org) for dates. We also hold a business meeting on the last Tuesday of the month at the Rose and Crown, Low Hesket, Nr Carlisle.
Details last updated 15th November 2018
Derwent Railway Society
Contact Details: Hon Secretary,  Mr Michael Wright
Meeting Venue: 238 Frizington Road,  Frizington Road,  Frizington  CA26 3SN
Meeting Day: Monday&Thursday   Meeting Times: 6pm----9pm
The Derwent Railway Society was formed by a group of railway enthusiasts in 1979 with the aim of perserving the history of railways past and present whithin Cumbria. The Society are custodians of an impressive collection of railway artefacts, signage and memorabilia which are on display at our model section club rooms and railway museum/heritage centre at Phoenix Court. We also produce a quarterly newsletter entitled 'Reet Away' Memership Ordinary member £12.50/annum, model section £12. OO /mo
Details last updated 28th July 2020
Furness Model Railway Club
Contact Details: Chairman,  Mr Russ Peters  01229 583595
Meeting Venue: Furness Model Railway Club,  The Flat 1 Dundee Street,  Barrow In Furness  LA14 2RP
Meeting Day: Monday, Wednesday and Friday   Meeting Times: 7pm Till 9.30pm
Club nights for 'HO', 'OO' and 'N' sections Monday, Wednesday, 7 till 10.00pm. For the model engineering section Friday evenings, 7 till 9.00pm and in the public park 1.30 till 5pm (Weather permitting, April till end October).
Details last updated 7th August 2020
Kendal Model Railway Club
Contact Details: Secretary,  Alan Noble  01539 725450
Meeting Venue: Bryce Institute,  Burneside,  Kendal 
Meeting Day: Tuesdays and Thursdays   Meeting Times: 19.30-22.00
Active model railway club with layouts in OO and O gauges
Details last updated 27th August 2019
Millom Railway and Scale Modellers
Contact Details: Secretary,  Pauline Chesher  01229 774930
Meeting Venue: Upper Floors, Haverigg Working Mens Club,  41 Main Street,  Haverigg  LA184EY
Meeting Day: Wednesday; Others by Approval.   Meeting Times: From 7pm
Club meets every Wednesday from 7pm, although other meets can be arranged. All very welcome. Current members from 14 yrs and upwards. Younger members welcome if accompanied. Formed 22 yrs ago. Z, N, O, OO and G gauge models. We model British steam and modern era and members are building a large Swiss Z scale layout. The new club rooms are strictly No Smoking but there is an outside smoking area if needed! There is a layout especially for younger members to enjoy.
Details last updated 28th April 2017
Solrail Ltd
Contact Details: Exhibition Manager,  Philip Tuer
Meeting Venue: Energus Building,  Lillyhall,  Workington  CA14 4JW
Meeting Day: Saturday & Sunday in November   Meeting Times: 10.00-5.00 & 10.00-4.00
Solrail Ltd is a 'not for profit' limited company, formed by a group of enthusiasts, who want to ensure that Workington Model Railway Exhibition goes ahead in this and future years.
The aims and objectives of our group are: - the promotion of model railways for the benefit of the public by means of exhibitions, displays, talks, film shows and any other media types and also to encourage younger people to take an interest in the history of railways locally, nationally and internationally.
Details last updated 24th May 2020

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