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Become A Member

Being a member of the club comes with huge rewards and benefits, including access to the club facilities, test tracks, club layouts, vast library, discounted goods, regular newsletters and much more.

There are different levels of membership:


Having recently moved to a business unit in Skelton, CMRC now has extensive facilities to which we have 24/7 access, conference facilities, toilets and a small kitchen along with a lounge area with magazines and a recently constructed mezzanine level.


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Online membership applications are currently unavailable. If you'd like to join the club then drop us an e-mail and we'll send you all the details you need. Or why not come and visit us in person and pick up an application form. All the details you need to get in touch can be found on our Contact Us page. Alternatively, click here to open our application form in your browser so you can print it out and fill it in from home before dropping it into us.

Below are some our of previous newsletters:

Newsletter 11

Newsletter 12

Newsletter 13

Club Nights

If you attended the exhibition or have read about the clubs activities and it has wetted the appetite, coming to the club nights held on a Tuesday or Thursday will most certainly provide you with an insight into how the masterpieces in miniature are created. You can usually find somebody on site from around 2pm until about 8.30pm. You can find details of how to find us here.

As you might expect there are a number of projects being worked on at any one time. Prospective members are encouraged to take part in the construction of club layouts, offering the chance to learn new skills or hone existing ones although there is no pressure to do so. Or perhaps you may just want to check out the club facilities, seek advice, run your own trains or simply talk about model railways and trains.

Whatever your skill level or area of interest, be that scenic’s, research, scratch or kit building locomotives or rolling stock, the not necessarily, but often complicated world of electrics come and see us. There will always be someone happy to show you around and offer you a mug of tea.