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Club Nights

Opening Times

The Club meets every Monday (Excluding Bank Holidays although a few hardy members may be there - please check in advance) & Wednesday between 7.00pm and 10.00pm. The 'O' gauge group also meet between 7.00pm and 10.00pm on a Thursday (although it always best to check in advance), they have a schedule of monthly running nights which currently is a follows although is subject to change (please ring 07977 452459 to check) :-

Thursday December 13th 2018
Thursday January 10th 2019
Thursday February 7th 2019
Thursday March 7th 2019
Thursday April 4th 2019
Thursday May 2nd 2019
Thursday May 30th 2019
Thursday June 7th 2019
Thursday July 25th 2019
Thursday August 22nd 2019

Aims/Activities


The general aim of the club nights is to construct / complete the club layouts in readiness either for our own exhibition or to take to other clubs' exhibitions. Matters relating to the administration of the club and maintenance of the building are normally resolved at the monthly committee meetings.


Do not think you have no pertinent skills - every member can contribute to the club in some way - we can all learn from each other, irrespective of age. If you do decide to join us, hopefully both parties will benefit and we can all acquire new skills.

There is, however, always the opportunity to just run models or generally socialise. We try and make the club as friendly as possible and any new recruits are guaranteed a friendly welcome. Nobody is forced into joining immediately: you are welcome to come down and have a look around before deciding to whether to join us or not. Why not come and see us.

The current subscriptions are as follows:
Adults £70.00


We try and keep the subscriptions low in the hope of introducing new members and maintaining an interest in both Railways and Model Railways within the Calderdale area. We are a member of the Railway Correspondence and Travel Society who have a range of trips and events: all our members are eligible to attend.


Photo © National Railway Museum and SSPL

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