Wednesday 19 October 2005
St Edwards School, Romford, site of the successful 2005 Exhibition
has been confirmed as the exhibition venue for 2006 and 2007.
Sunday 09 October 2005
Mark Found, Discovery Home & Leisure presenter,
writing on his own web site at www.markfound.com,
describes his day at the I & WEMRC exhibition as 'brilliant'.
He and his colleagues filmed plenty of footage, especially
of our own club layouts, for a forthcoming series:
The Wonderful World Of Railways.
Tuesday 20 September 2005
The club is pleased to announce the launch of the new web site,
at www.iwemrc.org.uk, which we hope will make it easier
for would-be members and enthusiasts in general to find and contact
Many thanks on behalf of the club to Jonathan Casey for his work on the original club website, which got
us started in the right direction, as well as his important and continuing work in getting the club's
library organised and computerised.
Wednesday 14 September 2005
presenter of The Garden Railway,
Supermodels 1 & 2 and Trainspotting,
spent an afternoon filming at the club for a forthcoming
The club's 7¼" Gauge Minature Railway
was the main subject of this filming, featuring our
own Charlie Nelson on driving duties, and brief views of the
inside of the club house. We are also expecting Mark at the
Sunday 07 August 2005
|At our August Steam/Open Day, the
Live Steam section were able to get Dave Prior's 'Thomas Junior'
loco running, albeit not actually pulling passengers.
A little work is needed, but it was good to see it running
after many years in the engine shed.