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Bingham Model Railway Club
Bingham Model Railway Club is a long-
We welcome members at every level; beginners, improvers or professional model-
Our clubroom is available daily and is used for layout construction, testing and plain socializing. Unfortunately our award winning layout, Copse Crossing, along with two Projects which were in construction, were all destroyed in a fire at our previous Clubrooms on 1st November 2008.
We have members interested in all gauges although the club tends to concentrate on the more familiar gauges of 00 and N. We are currently working on several new layouts with members heavily involved in the construction of the layout, scenic items, electrics, and anything else we can find people to do!
The Club and its members have several layouts available and is in the process of building several new projects.
Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings are the main club meeting times and members often bring their own bits and pieces to work on. Some get involved with the new club layouts, and others come for a cup of tea and a chat. There is a good atmosphere, a great sense of togetherness and large DCC and analogue layouts to test and run in locomotives on.
Our current club room is located at Cotgrave near Nottingham and new members are always welcome at the clubroom and if you are a complete novice to either railways or modelling, there will always be someone who can help you out. This is one of the main advantages of joining as a member.
In 2015 we celebrated our 30th Anniversary so why not come and join this long established club.
For more information contact club chairman Les Richardson
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Tornado crossing the A46 towards Bingham on 13th August 2016
Photo: Pete George
Oliver Cromwell at Bingham
Sunday 8th October 2017
Photo: Pete George