Founded 1961: A company limited by guarantee.
A member of the Northern Association of Model Engineers.
Operating Royden Park Miniature Railways.
Wirral MES is a long established Society with regular meetings and talks at the WI Hall in Thornton Hough, Wirral. Visitors are always welcome.
Meetings are on the first and third Thursdays of each month. 7.30 for 7.45 pm.
We have two railways at Royden Park, Wirral.
These are a combined 3½", 5" & 7¼" Raised Track and a Ground Level 7¼".
We operate Royden Park Miniature Railways (RPMR) most Sundays & Bank Holidays, (1 to 3.30pm). (More Information)
Every Wednesday a working group meets at the Park. Come along, even if you can only spare an hour, and help improve our site and its facilities. Whatever your skills, we can offer you something.
During the Santa Specials we will be unable to provide rides on the railway on 9th; 15th and 16th; 22nd and 23rd December
as all seats are fully booked.
However, during the Santa Specials it is hoped that the raised track railway will be in operation and providing rides.
This will be subject to weather and staff availability.
"Thank you all so much for today, everyone who came had a lovely time! Thanks for everyone's hard work and making us all so welcome."
".......... thank all who were operating the trains in Royden Park today for making our visit so special. We had an amazing time, making memories that will last a lifetime."
The aim of the Society is to foster and promote the hobby of model engineering in all its aspects and to help, encourage and provide facilities for its members.
The Wirral Model Engineering Society (WMES) was founded by Mr Harry Roberts in November 1961. The first meeting was held at his home and a Society was formed. Membership quickly increased and soon meetings were being held once a month. The Society now holds its meetings in the WI Hall in Thornton Hough. These being held on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Talks are arranged on a wide variety of topics together with demonstrations of members work and interests. Visits to exhibitions and places of interest are arranged where sufficient numbers are forthcoming. Social events are also popular.
You are most welcome to come along to a couple of meetings or view the activities in the Park to help decide whether you want to join. We will always try our best to provide any information you need to make up your mind.
The Society is a member of the Northern Association of Model Engineers (NAME).
1st January 2019
NEW YEAR STEAM UP
17th January 2019
A Presentation by Don Watt entitled ‘Life after Blue Funnel Line’.
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