There are two ways you can get your club involved with the MRL Forums!
1. You can send the club's details to an administrator to be advertised such as where the club is based, when you meet up and what your website (if you have one) is.
2. If you want to go the extra mile, you can set up your club's own sub-forum! This will not only allow you to advertise, but also mean you and your members can have a forum of your own to use for your needs.
What ever you want, all you need to do is send an Administrator a PM to get your Club or Society added here, and outline what you would like from us.
With the 30+ degrees C we've been getting here in parts of the UK it would be worth checking your layouts in garages, lofts or elsewhere in the house especially if they are little used. My New Walmington Pier (www.walmingtonpier.webs.com) is wrapped in plastic and kept in the garage, luckily it is in the shade and suffered no damage, unlike some of the unfortunate tales I've heard about of boards warping, rails pulled out of their fixings, straight track doing S bends, etc. Just an occasional check is all that's needed.
Took it out of its wrapping last week and the five most important items on the layout still work:
Southend Pier Tram
Then re-wrapped and back on the shelf.
Here's New Walmington Pier in the raw - No trams, no plane, no sound system and no electrics connected:
All Cars Stop Here 請在此站停車',
Hong Kong Tramways micro layout,
OO scale 738mm x 207mm
Recently had my first day out into the great big world after lockdown and drove to my favourite model shop in Norwich and came back with a KMB (Kowloon Motor Bus) bus - Now three buses and a taxi hide my appalling cheap figures in front of the office block.
EFE China Motor Bus (ex London Transport) Leyland Atlantean XA1 which was its LT fleet number.
Corgi Kowloon Motor Bus Volvo Olympian
Corgi Citibus Volvo Olympian.