THE NORTH-WEST WALES 16mm MODEL RAILWAY GROUP

A GROUP WHICH IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ASSOCIATION OF 16mm NARROW GAUGE MODELLERS

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- The 6G Garten Bahn

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- The Lazy Days Railway

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Latest website update: 26 October 2020

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Welcome to the website of the

North-West Wales 16mm Model Railway Group

This is a Group that is associated with the

'Association of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers'

and serves North West Wales and the Isle of Anglesey.

The Group was formed in 2009 and presently has just over

30 members, the majority of whom are based

in the North West Wales area.


Our group exists to encourage those who are actively engaged in, or who have an interest in, the art of modelling items of railway locomotives, rolling stock, track, signalling, and other railway infrastructure, in garden scales and settings.

Our diary of events for 2020 will be updated

as and when our Members decide

they would like to host events,

subject to coronavirus restrictions

At the present time we have no planned events.


Please click here for further details.

During the months whilst Covid restrictions have limited our Group events, a number of virtual meet-up weekends have taken place with the South West Wales 16mm Group.

The next virtual meet-up will hopefully take place over

the first weekend of November.


The virtual meet-up website can be viewed at:


https://virtualmeetup.16mmgroup.org.uk/

Details for Isobel Watson's "Corona Competition" may be found HERE, but the judging is now unlikely until 2021!

Above, after a long run with a heavy log train, Heidi's driver takes a break in some pleasant evening sunshine.

Photograph courtesy of Gavin Cooper.

Click HERE! for more news from the Cwm Coed Light Railway.

Click HERE! for the latest news from the

6G Garten Bahn.

Click HERE! for the latest news from the

Lazy Days Railway.

Click HERE! for the latest news from

Rheilfford Pen-y-Llyn.