Wyre Forest Model Railway Club

Welcome to the official website of the Wyre Forest Model

Railway Club based in Kidderminster, Worcestershire.

The Club

The club meets every Tuesday evening from 7.00 p.m. You are welcome to come along and find out more about the Club’s facilities and layouts. The club usually holds an annual exhibition in Stourport around May and an open day in the Club rooms in October. Persons with an interest in railways are invited to visit either event. Members will be on hand at both events to show you the club layouts in operation and to answer any questions you may have about the hobby. The club has a number of layouts in different gauges either operational or at various stages of construction. The first running of the new Pendolino in the UK on Kinlet Wharf. Photos taken at the NEC 2017 by Revolution Trains (Click pointer over image to enlarge)

Exhibition Saturday 12th May 2018

Our next Open Day will be in October 2018 at a date to be decided

Events

Listing some of our past and future events that the club is involved in.

Club Layouts

Layouts in most small gauges, including ‘00’, ‘N’, ‘0-16.5’ and ‘009’.

Members Layouts

Some of these layouts have been exibited around the country and won awards
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The new Pendolino (only 3 in the country at the time) passing over a busy canal scene
The Pendolino was kindly lent to us by Revolution Trains and performed excellently over the weekend
Also Revolution Trains had a pre- production un-powered class 92 loco which can be seen in front of our own set of Caledonian Sleeper carriages
Our 4th exhibition in Stourport took place on the 12th May 2018 at The Community Centre in Lower Lickhill Road. Eleven layouts were on display in Gauges '00' down to 'Z' all of which were owned by the club or our members.

The opening was attended by the Mayor of Bewdley,

Roger Coleman (left), and his Consort, John Byng.

A large number of children and their parents appeared to enjoy the occasion, especially as one layout was designed for the children to drive the trains themselves. A second hand stall of donated railway equipment was very popular and at least half of the proceeds will be given to the Midlands Air Ambulance. If you missed this years show we hope to be hosting another around about the same time in 2019.