The Club has a large membership in excess of 60 members whose interests encompass a wide range of railway history and operation, from early steam through to the modern trains of today. Members comprise a mixture of both experienced and novice modellers, and many are active in one or more of the UK's popular modelling scales of 2mm, 4mm ('OO' and 'P4') and 7mm.  Several members are also involved with live steam model engineering.
New members are always welcome, why not drop in on us one Monday evening or our monthly Saturday meetings - see calendar for dates.

       Benefits of Club Membership

        • Operate the Club's layouts on Club nights and at Exhibitions;
        • Participate in building and improving the Club's layouts;
        • Join in Monthly Working Saturdays;
        • Use the Club's multi-gauge test track (N, OO, P4 & O);
        • Attend the winter talks;
        • Receive the Club's quarterly "Traffic Notice" Newsletter

                The club has seven categories of membership: Full; Student; Junior; Guardian; Honorary; Life Associate and Associate.  


All club members other than those members being accepted or appointed to other membership categories   


Members between the age of 14 and 18. This option would also be available to student members over 18 who are in continuing education up to first degree level.


A member between the ages of 11 and 13. Junior members would only be allowed to attend Club activities when accompanied by their parent or guardian


A category to accord with the requirements of junior membership. The parent or guardian become a member of the club and are subject to its rules and policies as other members.


A member who resides more than 10 miles from the Epsom area who attends Club nights and activities only a few times per year.

Life Associate

A category offered to long serving members who have moved away from the Epsom area but wish to stay in touch and remain a member of the club.


An honour bestowed on long serving members who have made an outstanding contribution to the objects of the Club. 

If you would like further information, please contact . . .

Peter Swift (Secretary) (Telephone 01483 576 274) Email