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Clubs and Societies Directory - MERSEYSIDE

LOCAL RAILWAY CLUBS IN MERSEYSIDE - Societies based in a particular locale often with regular meetings and get togethers.
Liverpool Model Railway Society
Contact Details: Club Treasurer,  George Revell  0774 586 6836
Meeting Venue: Methodist Church Hall,  Ludlow Street,  Liverpool  L4 3RH
Meeting Day: Tuesdays & Fridays   Meeting Times: 7:30 - 10:00pm
In our large permanent clubroom you will find layouts in a variety of gauges. Large test tracks. Regular club nights Tuesdays & Fridays 7.30-10pm. Visitors welcome. If you are a beginner or experienced modeller you will find something of interest. We are a friendly lot and will make you very welcome,come along for a chat and a look around.NEW MEMBERS WELCOME. Construction is just starting on a modern image layout funded by the club this is for new members to gain experience under guidance.
Details last updated 9th February 2020
Merseyside Model Railway Society
Contact Details: Membership Secretary,  Nigel Greenwood  0795 758 3674
Meeting Venue: 349 Laird Street,  Birkenhead  CH41 7AJ
Meeting Day: Tuesdays and Fridays   Meeting Times: 7 - 9.30pm
We meet in our clubrooms in Birkenhead on Tuesdays and Fridays each week from 7 - 9:30pm. We currently have about 50 members and nine layouts under various stages of construction (in OO, N, HO, TT and EM). We are a friendly club and modellers of all abilities are welcome. We are always looking for new members and would be delighted if you want to visit us. We encourage you to email or phone us to arrange a visit - or just turn up!
Details last updated 12th June 2020
Rainhill Model Railway Club
Contact Details: Hon. Secretary,  Mr B A Davis  01925 226266
Meeting Venue: North West Museum Of Road Transport,  51 Hall Street,  St Helens  WA10 1DU
Meeting Day: Mon & Fri   Meeting Times: 7.30 Till 10.00
Learn more about the hobby of Railway Modelling through RAINHILL M.R.C
'The Friendly Club.' Browse the site and learn more about the Club!
Details last updated 28th November 2020
Southport Model Railway Society
Contact Details: Secretary,  Jim Ford  07748 760686
Meeting Venue: Eastbank Lane Station,  57a Portland Street,  Southport  PR8 1HN
Meeting Day: Tuesdays & Thursday   Meeting Times: 1930 Tuesday; 1000 Thursday
We meet every Tuesday evening and Thursday morning at the Old Stationmaster's House by the level crossing at Portland ST, Southport. Our clubroom is a listed building being the last remaining part of Southports original station. Eastbank Lane on the Liverpool Crosby and Southport Railway, opened in 1848. We have test tracks avaialble or planned in 45, 32, 16.5 (DC/DCC/Live steam), 12 and 9mm gauges See our website for further details of events and activities.
Details last updated 25th October 2019
Stephenson MRG Rainhill
Contact Details: Hon Secretary,  Tom Lowton  0151 430 6883
Meeting Venue: The Guide House,  Corner of Old Lane and Stoney Lane,  Rainhill  L35 0LY
Meeting Day: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tuesdays of each month   Meeting Times: 8pm-10pm
We are a local model railway club based in Rainhill-home of the 1829 Locomotive Trials. Our ethos is to enjoy our railway modelling in a friendly and supportive manner.
Details last updated 29th December 2020
Wirral 0 Gauge Group
Contact Details: Secretary,  Jenny Elliott  07931 846794
Meeting Venue: Room 4, Unit 7,  The Odyssey Centre, Corporation Road,  Birkenhead  CH41 1HB
Meeting Day: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday   Meeting Times: 7pm, 1.45pm, and 7pm Respectively
The aim of the group, is to encourage those who are actively engaged in or who have an interest in the art of modelling items of railway locomotives, rolling stock, track, signalling, and other railway infrastructure to a scale of 7mm to each imperial foot (1/43rd the size of the prototype) when modelling in British or Continental Outline, or, 1/4in to each imperial foot (1/48th the size of the prototype) when modelling in the North American Outline.
Details last updated 1st December 2016

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