The HG&DMRS is broad based group with approximately 60 members. We meet on Fridays ( main club evening ) and Mondays from 08:00pm to 10:00pm at the Methodist Church Hall, Hazel Grove. (Map)
We have several modelling projects in various stages of completion ranging in scales from 7mm/foot through to 2mm/foot.For more details of these please select one of the layouts below.
Our next public event will be our annual Open Day Spring 2003. Details will be published soon.
|*||Ash Valley A 7mm scale 0 Gauge layout. Constructed to 'flexible' standards with some interesting household items used for modelling materials. It is an imaginary location where a private meets the Midland and London & North Western Railways, somewhere near Manchester. (Updated 12th December 2002)|
|*||High Peak Tramway . A mature 0n16.5 narrow gauge layout. Even though it is modelled to the highest standards changes and improvements are constantly in progress.Includes photos. (Updated 1st July 2000)|
|*||American HO Layout is now under construction by the team that brought us the erstwhile Middlehurst. (Updated 24th January 1999).||(no photos yet)|
|*||Exchange Street. This the latest 4mm/foot '00' layout. The model is of a small urban terminus. Its construction is well advanced and is popular with the young members of the club. (Updated 24th January 1999).|
|*||Hazel Valley is a large 4mm scale 00 layout. This is the largest in the club and hence our main project. It depicts exchange sidings between the Hope Valley line (ex Midland Railway) and a branch line to quarries.(Updated 16th November 2000).|
For the entertainment and edification of the members, there is a Club Library plus a quarterly in house magazine called the Hazel Grove Chord.
We also have the very British ritual tea drinking ceremony mid way through each of our club meetings, so a strong bladder is a pre-requisite
If you want more information about the club, if you would like to pass any comments to us, or if you find any broken links please:-
Please also visit our Links Page (Updated 16th November 2000) which contains a list of "Links to Link Pages" plus a small number of links to other interesting sites. Don't forget to come back.
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