viagra canada over the counter where to get viagra cialis philippines online cialis alcohol and viagra purchase viagra online

News Flash

While most of our visitors are very welcome we have been receiving some visits of a less welcome nature. Members are encouraged to take pictures of any unrecognised visitors and their vehicles outside of Public Running days. These photographs will be passed onto the Police in the event of any materials or equipment being stolen.

   

Introduction

Details
dscf3183
dscf3409
dscf3511
dscf3573
dscf3592
DSCF3790
DSCF3792
DSCF3805
DSCF6269
IMG_1629
IMG_1631
IMG_1632
p100411_12.56
P3020026
01/14 
start stop bwd fwd

The Cambridge Model Engineering Society welcomes you. The Society enjoys a quiet and peaceful location bordering fields on the south western edge of the city. The M11 is nearby (but not too close!) giving easy access from all directions.

We run ground level steam, electric (and occasionally gas turbine) trains on 7¼in, 5in and 3½in tracks. We hope to have even smaller steam on a new 32mm garden railway in the not too distant future (no longer a rather large, muddy patch, the ground work is complete and the area paved).

Public running days are every second Sunday from April to October inclusive, from 1:30pm (gates open at 12.30pm) to 5:30pm. Add refreshments from the club house or bring a picnic and you have a great family afternoon out. See you there!

Existing members of the Society are encouraged to register where upon they will have access to the library of (recent) old newsletters. Members who wish to bring their loco down on a non-public day are advised to do so on Bank Holidays, which is when we take a break from working on the site.

   

Next Public Running  

12.7.2015 - 13:30 o'clock

Time remaining



Link:
Weather Forecast
   

News  

A Track Plan

We have added a diagram that shows the track that we have. We have not yet added the name signs but hope to do so soon.

You can find the diagram here.

Why Have You Stopped?

Our trains (and drivers) have to obey the signals on our track. Our signalling system, which is nearing the end of a comprehensive upgrade, is modelled on that used by the full-size railway.

Red means stop, yellow is a warning that the next signal is red and green means clear until the next signal. A driver can pass a yellow signal but will begin to slow down.

What Powers Your Engine?

The engines (or locomotives) that we run are either:-

- coal fired

- petrol engine

- electrically powered from large batteries

Newsletters

In order to access the Society's newsletters you need to be registered and logged in.

Members' Forum

Following the request at the recent AGM, a 'forum' is now available on this website. In order to have access to it you have to be a registered user. In order to be a registered user you have to be a member of the Society. For membership details click here.

   
© Cambridge Model Engineering Society
Web analytics, Visit tracker, Conversion rate optimization
   
buy cialis now
buy viagra prescription
discount viagra pills
cheapest viagra
buy viagra internet
buy viagra brand
buy viagra without prescription
non prescription viagra
buy discount viagra
buy viagra new york
cheapest cialis
buy viagra online
buy viagra fedex
buy viagra brand
buy viagra with discount
buy viagra now
buy cheapest viagra
buy viagra online discount