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Welcome to the Weymouth & District Model Engineering Society

Once again, Welcome to Weymouth & District Model Engineering Society.

Whether you are a highly accomplished model engineer or a complete novice, whether young or old, there will always be a warm welcome to new members to our club. Our philosophy is one of enjoying a hobby in the company of good friends and having an opportunity to learn new skills. You do not have to own your own locomotive to join us, as the club has two, which members can use once suitably qualified.

We meet on every Tuesday evenings (19:00 onwards) and Saturday’s (10:00 onwards) in our club room which is part of the Budmouth Technology College. Steam up days, usually on the First and Third Saturday’s of the month and in the Summer months on an adhoc basis on Tuesday evenings.  The 16 mm, 5″ and 7 1/4″ engines and rolling stock are usually given a run out along with the various traction engines that belong to the club members raising steam.

Opening Times

Tuesday 19:00 – 21:00

Saturday 10:00 – 16:00

We Are Here!

Budmouth Academy, Chickerell Rd, Weymouth, DT4 9SY

Tea or Coffee?

Regardless of your choice, our kettle is always in steam!

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SUNDAY 3rd JULY 2022

Membership

Interested in becoming a member?

Visit us and we will gladly give you a tour of our facilities then if you would like to join? gladly download and fill in the membership form.

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Nice sunny day at the club today, first coat of paint on the fence to blend it in with the surroundings and a lovely 3" Burrell Stream Test. ... See MoreSee Less

107 Year Old Steam Snow Blower Is Back In Action. ... See MoreSee Less

A little tool I made to clamp on and remove cones from injectors. Ream the hole to suit the cone dia. Use a slitting saw to cut the slot. Drill and tap for the clamping bolt.
Please ignore the left hand hole - it shouldn't be there - oops!
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A little tool I made to clamp on and remove cones from injectors. Ream the hole to suit the cone dia. Use a slitting saw to cut the slot. Drill and tap for the clamping bolt.
Please ignore the left hand hole - it shouldnt be there - oops!