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Steam Train Rides
in Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey
Our next public event is our
Public Open Afternoon
17 August 2014
Welcome to the website of the Guildford Model Engineering Society (GMES). We hope that you will find something of interest, whether you are a member of the public, visiting model engineer, current member, or prospective member. If you have any comments, please contact our webmaster, Andrew Neish.
Guildford Model Engineering Society Limited. Registered in England. Company No.1705672
Registered Office: Burchatts Farm, Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 1TU.
From George Clark, Shinjuku, the busiest railway station in the world.
From Mike Sleigh, Plans to reopen the London Post Office Railway.
From George Clark, A nice nostalgic short video of a 2 coach train on the Cambridge to Mildenhall line in the 50s.
From Mike Sleigh, Engineering the London Underground.
From Tony Alderman, The wild abandoned railway in the centre of Paris.
From George Clark, How to make a steam locomotive, Princess Royal Class 6207 under construction.
From Kim Jackman, a fascinating account of film taken by an american pilot based in England during WWII, Spitfire 944.
Nick Ruddick, our member who lives in California, sent me the sad news that his club, the North County Model Railroad Society, are having to vacate their rented premises. Here's a report on a local news site. In the meantime, he's joined an N gauge club, located in this Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum.
From Chris Webster, Soul of A Railway, South Africa’s railways.
From Mike Sleigh, Historic model electric engine kits.
From George Clark, British Railways in WW2.
Members can obtain a username and password for the members section of the website by e-mailing the Webmaster, currently gmes-webmaster(at)gmes.org.uk
Members, please help the Webmaster by reporting errors as soon as you spot them.
Photos for the website are always welcome, preferably full size or reduced to 800 x 600 or larger with the minimum of compression. Please e-mail them to the current webmaster address.
If sending a large number, you may prefer to put them on a CD. Note that any packaging of a bare CD beyond a strong unpadded envelope will take the thickness beyond that for the Royal Mail standard "letter" rate (240 x 165 x 5mm, 100g max).
Members page: Link to sign-up sheet for Anniversary Celebration added.
Home page: Notices for Members updated.
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