Macclesfield Model Railway Exhibition Sneaky Peek

Its now only 10 days until our 2018 Exhibition. If you can’t wait until then, feast you eyes on these:

Octobers Newsletter!

Hello again. Octobers issue is now online here: October 2017 Newsletter In this months issue, you will find: “Penny Project” – Paper Mache; Udo gives a tutorial on how to create this cheap alternative to “plaster and bandages” for landscaping your layout. Three Members Found Legless in Bakewell; Sutton Hilltop (our 00 layout), recently visited …

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June 2017 Newsletter

Late again I’m afraid….. But cause for celebration, our newsletter is now four years old! Thanks to Mike for all the hard work.  Please feel free to download it: June 2017 Newsletter Past news letters can be found here. In this month you will find: ‘Loxley’ – an ’N’ gauge layout in Germany. More Wintry …

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Aprils Newsletter

Hi Its been a busy month for me and I nearly missed this one, so apologies; better late than never! Our monthly news letter is now available for download here. In this month we have the exhibition report and congratulate the new owner of (what was) our Sutton Central Layout. Kind of related to the exhibition …

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March Newsletter

Our March Newsletter is now available for downloading: March 2017 – Newsletter In this months newsletter you will find: Jubilees at Diggle Junction; Recollections on Diggle Junction and the Mickelhurst Loop from Ken. Final Report from Al Facer’s ‘Man Cave’; Mike gives a fantastic tribute to fellow enthusiast and club member Alastair Facer who passed …

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Semaphore Signals Bounce!

Mike here.  I’ve been asked by some of our newsletter subscribers to dig out an article from the July 2015 issue. Dave Fenton who some of you might know from MegaPoints Controllers wrote an article on adding servo control to Dapol semaphore signals including the bounce. If you want to see it working see below …

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