We are a friendly club of railway modellers working to N-gauge standards, which is approximately 2mm to the foot. We meet on the first Thursday and third Wednesday of the month in Redhill, and aim to have trains running on a modular circuit most evenings.
The main object of the club is to play trains with friends - but it also provides an opportunity for enthusiasts of N-gauge model railways to meet and exchange experiences, information and ideas! Interests are wide ranging - steam, electric and diesel power, British and overseas.
The club uses ‘modular’ layouts - members build sections at home that can be joined together into one larger layout. Many members have modular boards; most also have their own ‘home’ layout. We currently work in two modular formats - 4 track N-mod and 2 track N-Club International. We set up an N-mod circuit most club nights, giving four tracks for members to run their trains. This gives a delightfully eclectic mixture - you may see a GWR pannier overtaking a Japanese bullet train.
If you are interested in N-gauge railways, do come along and visit us. More information can be found on this site. For latest club news and other views, read our ESNG blog. (Now with 400 entries and over 15,000 reads).