Annual Exhibition - 2019 Sponsored by Kent Garden Railways Layouts Exhibited Knuddelstein Station - N Gauge - Philip Ford - Voted BEST IN SHOW by Visitors See more photographs below. Stoneycroft Junction - OO Gauge - Tony Rutherford Stoneycroft Junction is a mainline based station with 4 platforms, between the Midlands…
This layout is being developed to give members the opportunity to try out new techniques and learn new skills which they can re-use on their own layouts. The layout is 4mm scale with two loops and a freight line. There are DC and DCC controllers.
This is the latest club layout to be started from scratch. It is being built on baseboards that have been reused after the forthcoming Railway Challenge TV series. It is being modelled in 7mm scale with features such as a ship coal loader being planned.
In the Autumn each year, the Society organises an exhibition of some of the leading layouts in the South of England. This year it will be held again at Warlingham School, close to both Croydon and the M25.
A workship to teach the skill of weathering wagons using an air brush. The workshop will run from mid morning to late afternoon. Workshops are booked in advance by CMRS members and associates. BYOW.
The objective of the workshop is to build a module to detect a train as it interrupts a laser beam across the track. Workshops are booked in advance by CMRS members and associates.
This workshop involves the construction of a board to move a servo from one pre-determined position to another. Workshops are booked in advance by CMRS members and associates.
This workshop will show the lighting already installed in a coach and discuss how it works and some of the modelling challenges. Workshops are booked in advance by CMRS members and associates.
All member entries will be viewed by our visiting judges in the clubroom on that evening, the results of their deliberations announced, and the appropriate trophies awarded to the winners. The replica trophies will be presented at the AGM three weeks later. Once again, here is a reminder of the various…