The Wednesday Gang have
started meeting again. Future projects
include building a small turntable in the steaming bays. New passenger trolleys are being built and
it is planned to finish the new passenger trolley housing in the near
future. The new storage shed has been
erected for tools etc. New fencing has
been erected around the steaming bays and the lean-to at the end of the
clubhouse has been renovated. The cage
for the storage of gas cylinders etc. has been installed.
The Tuesday Track
Meetings have started again with activity seen on all the tracks and members
glad to get back to some sort of normality.
The first meeting in
August saw the largest attendance since before the beginning of the
pandemic. A nice sunny afternoon and
lots of activity on all the tracks with a group from the Great Cockcrow
Railway visiting Rolfe Lane during the afternoon and evening.
A 56-page book to
celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Society has recently been
published. Containing lots of pictures
and details of the club since its formation in 1969, it is a most interesting
read and copies are available from the Newsletter Editor, John Wimble. Contact John on 01797-362295 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a
Our President, Bobby Jones, was interviewed some time ago about his
involvement with railways, full-size and miniature and also the RMMES, on the
local radio station Romney Marsh FM. You can hear a recording of the
interview if you click here (might take a
minute to load).