Wild About Steam
Global Model Engineering and Steam Heritage Directory
This unique line was built in 1905 for the transportation of the raw materials required for the manufacture of paper and, of course, the finished product. The line which is built to a gauge of 2′ 6″, continues to use the steam engines and rolling stock that were supplied to operate the railway in its
Based in Tonbridge, Kent, 5″ and 5 /12 ” Track. Website provides details of the club, membership, history and events Website: http://micklow.wixsite.com/tmes
Heritage Railway based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Diesel and Steam locomotives Special Running Days, Thomas, Postman Pat, Driver Experience days. Website: http://www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spavalleyrailway Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpaVRofficial
Home and Workshop Machinery have a selection of Myford lathes, milling machines and a wide selection of genuine lightly used machine accessories, tools, measuring equipment which is really just a very small example of their vasts stocks back at Sidcup, Kent.
Great website detailing activities at the railway, buy tickets, plan your day out and find out about the locomotives and rolling stock in preservation Website: http://www.kesr.org.uk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KandESRailway Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KentandEastSussexRailway/
Company Overview Manufacturers of TIG Welded copper and steel steam boilers for model engineering. Coded welders with years of experience in the welding industry. Lots of great photos on the website, Links to other suppliers and Clubs. Article coverign maintenance of your boiler, do’s and don’ts required to keep the boiler in working order. Contact
This is the website of the Maidstone Model Engineering Society. We are situated in Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent, where we operate the miniature railway that is open to the public every Sunday afternoon during the Summer.
Canterbury and District Model Engineering Society was formed in 1972 to provide for the interests of local model engineers. We have around 70 members who come from all walks of life. Whilst a few are professional engineers, most are amateurs who work at home in their spare time to produce miniature locomotives, traction engines, stationary
The Gravesend Model Marine and Engineering Society (GMMES) is a small friendly club, whose home track is situated in North Kent overlooking the estuary of the river Thames. Our miniature steam railway offers train rides for children and adults every Sunday afternoon from 2:00pm until 5:00pm, from early spring to late autumn (British summer time).