I am delighted and honoured to have been asked to present the January lecture at The Model Railway Club on Thursday 13th January.
My presentation is titled “Where the sunshine comes soonest! Modelling the Southern” Illustrated with my own models I will explore my reasons for modelling the Southern, my own time period of 1946 to 1949, provide a virtual tour of both Fisherton Sarum and Canute Road Quay and provide thoughts and ideas how the complexity and variety of the Southern can be modelled.
The lecture starts at 7.30pm, but doors open at 6.30. The Model Railway Club licenced bar has a range of beers, wine, spirts and soft drinks plus snacks.
Guests are welcome, there is no need to book, but please note that there are stairs to the lecture room, and anyone with concerns about accessibility should contact The Model Railway Club in advance. There is a voluntary collection, with a suggestion of £3 for non members.
This is a hybrid lecture in person at Keen House and on Zoom. Please complete the form here to indicate you are either coming or register for the zoom link .
2 thoughts on “The Model Railway Club – January Lecture – Modelling the Southern – 13th January”
I’d love to attend via Zoom, but my Thursday evenings are committed elsewhere. Is your lecture being recorded?
Good Luck Muz!
Ask if they want a signalling related one at some point in the future! 😉 🙂