Welcome to the Preston and District Model Railway Society

The Society’s aim is to further all aspects of the model railway hobby.

OUR CLUB ROOMS are in Unit 12, Aqueduct Mill, Aqueduct Street, Preston.  PR1 7JN.

This is a comfortable and modern industrial unit situated behind the Mill. Here the Society’s layouts are displayed and in use. There is a brew room, demonstration room and library facilities.

(From Fylde Rd, immediately left after the railway bridge, through the large gates, and directly ahead) (click here for a Google Map with current traffic and weather)

Location map


 

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We currently have in excess of 35 male and female members. Everyone is welcome. However, junior members under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult

The Society meets each week on

Mondays             7.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Wednesdays      2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. and  8.00 p.m to 10.00 p.m.

Fridays              8.00 p.m to 10.00 p.m.

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Our layouts in the model press:-

“Ardson” was featured in  Railway Modeller in January 2008 and “Tellem Summit” in August 2014

“Bee Lane” was in  British Railway Modelling  November 2008, and in model_rail in September 2015.

“Bee Lane” is now retired

Our large new 00 layout, “Euxton Junction” which gives more scope for both D.C and D.C.C. operations is set up and running in the club rooms, and was debuted at our recent exhibition


We hold an Exhibition on the first weekend of March each Year.


EXHIBITION 2018

Our next exhibition will be on 3rd and 4th of March 2018 at:

The Sports Hall
Preston College
St Vincent’s Road
Fulwood
Preston
PR2 8UR

For more details select Exhibition from the menu above or e-mail Exhibition

EXHIBITION 2017

Our previous exhibition was on 4th and 5th of March 2017. Congratulations to the trophy-winning layouts:

Yvonne Nehrlich Plate (best scenics): Whispering Hollow

Dave Scott Memorial Trophy (voted by visiting layouts): Dentdale

Best overall: Ludlow

The winner of the Children’s competition was Theo Hardacre from Penwortham, who correctly worked out the answer was “Tornado”.