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Modelling Clubs

On this page we list Modelling Clubs, who a) have put details of their work on show on the internet, and b) have a LNWR connection. There is some very good work to be seen here.
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Ash Valley Railway It represents an independent railway that originally transported coal from mines to a canal basin somewhere in Cheshire, England, that was subsequently linked to the Midland and London & North Western Railways. The period modelled is the mid 1930’s.
The British Railway Modellers of North America BRMNA is an international organisation which caters for railway modellers who share an interest in modelling British railways and especially those who live in North America.
Clarendon Leamington & Warwick Model Railway Society
Our chosen location for the layout is Clarendon, the terminus of a long since defunct branch situated off the West London Railway north of Kensington Addison Road. The branch was built by the LNWR in the 1880s.
The Hellingly Hospital Railway When the new asylum built for East Sussex County Council was completed in 1902, the Visiting committee retained the contractors railway used in the construction, and also electrified it, creating one of the most unusual railway lines in the country.
Mid Wales Model Railway Club The first project is an OO Gauge Layout of Strata Florida Station (Ystrad Meurig) between 1923 and 1947
The Model Railway Club Since 1960 the Club has occupied its own purpose built club rooms, Keen House, conveniently near Kings Cross and St. Pancras main line and underground stations and is recognised as the major London centre for the model railway hobby.
Rudgeley Junction Stan Garlick set out to capture the grandeur of the London and North Western Railway in the Northern Fells during the "belle epoche" with Rudgeley Junction. S Scale layout with plenty of LNWR interest.
Runthorne London Road layout The period of the model is set in the 1950’s. Based on London & North Western Railway practice, the layout features a double track mainline, locomotive depot, goods yard and huge station.