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The National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) is the largest organization devoted to the development, promotion, and enjoyment of the hobby of model railroading.
The NMRA British Region promotes North American modelling in the United Kingdom. To find out more about the NMRA, please have a browse through our website where you will find out all about the benefits of joining this friendly Association.
We are pleased to announce V2.0 of the NMRA-BR freemo module spec has been released.
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Attention all NMRA British Region members, a new article has been posted for you in the Member news section on September 02 2014.
Please log in to our website and go to the members news area to view it. If you are already logged in, then following the direct link will get you there quicker: http://www.nmrabr.org.uk/member-news
Calder Northern Group's two day themed Train Show at Crewe Heritage Centre will be held on the weekend of October 4th and 5th. The theme title is 'Fallen Flags'.
There will also be a saturday evening dinner at the Crewe Arms Hotel for NMRA members and friends, traders and exhibitors.
11 layouts have been confirmed, a bookseller will be present, and for those of you familiar with 'Anoraks Anonymous' , they will be attending with their second hand products sales stand. Bring and buy tables will be available inside the APT or exhibition hall if space allows.
The Heritage Centre attractions will also be available for all to enjoy. One of the activities will be ' Be a driver for a Fiver', where you get to operate a class 03 diesel under guidance, a grand tombola with many prices donated by model manufacturers, and a class 1 railroad.
Hours of opening will be 10AM till 4PM each day. Admission is 5 GBP for adults, and 2 GBP for children.
More information, including options for lodging etc, can be found on our forum Upcoming Events section, by clicking on this link: http://www.nmrabr.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=651