We model in scales including 2mm, 3. This website has lots of information on the layouts we have available for exhibitions, a calendar, some links to other websites we have found useful and how to contact us. The group built layouts to encourage charitable donaions to the Freeman Cancer Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne. We have had a number of different clubrooms during our existance including an office block in Leith which was demolished , the switchroom within SSEB Portbello, the top floor of a printers in central Edinburgh and our present home in an industrial unit in Dalkeith. We organised the only major model exhibition in the Edinburgh area for over 15 years using the Meadowbank Stadium, Brunton Hall in Musselburgh and latterly at the Portobello Town Hall.
We model in scales including 2mm, 3. The branchline to Lauder leaves the Waverley Route at Fountainhall — the main station on the layout. Thanks to the traders, exhibitors, and the members of the public who attended for making the show a wonderful success. Please take a moment to have a look round and Scottish model railway clubs our club website. We currently have four 'N' gauge layouts; four Am webcam teens gauge layouts and one 'TT' layout, some are under construction, some are being renovated and some now raioway in storage. Most of our layouts are built to exhibition standard. Model Rail Scotland 21st - 23rd February
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Falkirk Model Railway Club was founded in and originally had its clubrooms at Cow Wynd in Falkirk for many years.
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Plans to extend the line further south to Carlisle met fierce opposition from the Caledonian Railway as they had their own scheme to connect Carlisle and Hawick. After much lobbying of parliament the Border Union North British Railway Act of gave victory to the North British and what would become known as the Waverley Route finally opened in The Royal Burgh of Lauder had been established in as an important local centre but found itself bypassed by the railway in the adjacent valley of the Gala Water.
There was little industry and the local agricultural economy did not attract the attention of railway developers. The turning point was the Light Railway Act of that allowed the construction and operation of railways at much lower costs. After some delays the order authorising the construction of a light railway between Fountainhall Railway Station and Lauder was passed in and the opening took place in Almost years later our model of the railway junction at Fountainhall was constructed.
The branchline to Lauder leaves the Waverley Route at Fountainhall — the main station on the layout. The other, much smaller, station on the layout is at Oxton, halfway to Lauder. The layout features the characteristic girder bridges that enable the railway to cross and re-cross the Gala Water from which our layout takes its name.
Many such features on the layout are still to be found today even though the railway closed in
Railsigns - British railway signals; past and present Railways Archive - Online archive of British railway documents and accident reports. Retrieved 27 February Includes shed allocation information Disused Stations - Information about and photos of now closed stations. These links will take you to a website outside elmrc. Finale of the A4 in Scotland, the Bittern end.
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Listing of events where we have exhibited our layouts. Listing of some of our Illustrated Talks presented by our members. Nostalgia concerning shops in the Glasgow area that sold model railways. The charter for not so fine scale railway modellers. Comparing the difference between 00 scale and H0 scale. Extending the original range of Tri-ang style Mk. The first series Tri-ang Hornby bulk grain Whisky wagons.
Basic and simple model railway electrics. The latter years of the Night Ferry, Britain's first international passenger train. The early years of the Venice Simplon Orient Express. Clydeside's "Blue Trains", the Classes and units. CLASS Clydeside's Class electric multiple units. The North British Type 2 Class 21 and 29 diesel electrics. Class 74 Electro Diesels, the end of the line. Scenes on the Belgian Coastal Tramway. Finale of the A4 in Scotland, the Bittern end.
The final days of British Railways mainline steam locomotives. K - 4mm scale etched brass loco kits. The range includes some Scottish Prototypes Southern Pride Models - 4mm scale coach kits, accessories, interiors and conversion kits for British Railways rolling stock Wizard Models - Components and Kits.
Douglas Blades - Supplier of new and second hand transport books by mail order and at model railway shows and toyfairs throughout Scotland Ian Allan Publishing - On-line bookshop Middleton Press - Railway photo albums Oakwood Press - Detailed railway histories, now part of Stenlake Publishing Stenlake Publishing - Photo books of Scotland Transport Store - Supplier of antiquarian, out of print and recent railway, aviation, bus and tram related books.
East Kilbride Model Railway Club - Gala Water
Falkirk Model Railway Club was founded in and originally had its clubrooms at Cow Wynd in Falkirk for many years. We are now based in Redding at the address shown below. We currently have four 'N' gauge layouts; four 'OO' gauge layouts and one 'TT' layout, some are under construction, some are being renovated and some now are in storage.
Most of our layouts are built to exhibition standard. In addition, we have access to at least four of our members private layouts which are also available for exhibitions on request. See our NEWS page for timetable. We also attend many exhibitions throughout the year from Inverness in the North to Birmingham in the South. If you would like to join us or simply want to see what we do, then feel free to come along on a Monday or Tuesday evening approx 7.
See the map on our 'contact us' page. See our news page for more details of our next exhibition or click on exhibition name below to access website. Model Rail Scotland 21st - 23rd February