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Bulletin 490

The May/June 2016 edition of The Bulletin is on its way to members, featuring a range of interesting articles all written by members, including:Bulletin 490 inside

  • Martin Long reporting on our former O-gauge layout "Happisburgh" which he bought and now has permanently installed in his garage.
  • Meanwhile there's an update on "Happisburgh Goods", the 'end' of the old layout that is still going string and regulalrly at exhibitions.
  • Andrew David previews "Aylesbury LNWR", one of the first EM gauge layouts, whichw as origianlly built by Geoff Williams in the 1970s, but has been rejuvinated and is exhbitied at RAILEX at the end of May
  • John Jesson describes German Class 50 2-10-0 locos, of which 3,164 were made.
  • And some updates from around the MRC, including news of Young MRC and Skills Transfer Days.

 The Bulletin is a bi-monthly publication sent to all members of The Club - new members are weclome

Bulletin 491

The July/August 2016 edition of The Bulletin is on its way to members, featuring a range of interesting articles all written by members, including:Bulletin 491

  • Mark Brown writes about the company "Simply Southern", who as the name suggest produce Southerm wagons in OO and N gauges
  • An archive item on the last day of the Brill Branch, by the late Alan Cruickshank
  • There are five book reviews
  • A retospective of the May Open House
  • And updates from around the MRC, including news of Young MRC and Skills Transfer Days.

 The Bulletin is a bi-monthly publication sent to all members of The Club - new members are welcome

Library Additions - May 2016

Our library has one of the widest and largest ranges of books of books for railway modellers - covering prototype railways and modelling. The following books have recently been added.New Books Apr 16 small

The library is open for browsing on Thursday evenings from 7-9pm (unless there is a lecture), and on our monthly open afternoons. Check out the calendar for details. Members can borrow most books to read and work from at home.

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Bulletin 489

The March/April 2016 edition of The Bulletin is on its way to members, featuring a range of interesting articles all written by members, including:

  • Martin Long on a visit to "The Buckingham Branch". Built by the late MRC member Rev Peter Denny, the layout is in a new home in Yorkshire.
  • Dave Coasby casts his eye over some value for money, ready to run O gauge locos - a good entry point into the 'senior' scale.
  • Following on from our display of Deltic locomotives in a range of scales at the recent London Model Engineering Exhibition, David Cross recalls his time driving the real thing from King's Cross.....and Paddington.
  • An update on progress on our new OO gauge layout - based on Ingatestone in 2014/5. You can see their progress at the London Festival of Railway Modelling in March.

The Bulletin is a bi-monthly publication sent to all members of The Club - new members are weclome

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