The RMCQ is a club for anyone who likes to make, run, talk about, or simply watch... Model Trains
Find out more about our club by exploring this web site, or visit our Club Rooms on most Saturdays & Wednesdays (9:30am-1:00pm) and Mondays & Fridays (9:30-11:30am)
Visitors are welcome! - We are open during the COVID-19 pandemic, but we require that members and visitors adhere to strict social distancing rules.
Well now you can see what some of the trip is like on the Ghan with SBS. Keep January 7 clear.
"The Ghan: Australia’s Greatest Train Journey" is an Australian-first foray into the ‘Slow TV’ movement. Three hours, no breaks; just the viewer, the tracks beneath, and stunning landscapes of the central Australian outback rushing past.
What is claimed to be the world's first fully solar-powered train is NOW operating on the New South Wales North Coast.
The December edition of the Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine is now available AND it's free!
For your own copy of the 277 page issue, that's right - over 250 pages !!, download here...
Learn how to build your very own Static Grass Applicator machine with Luke Towan of Boulder Creek Railroad fame.
There is even a really good 14 minute video showing how it is all done.
Remember, YouTube Model Builders eMag is a free publication released by model railroaders for model railroaders. It is completely ad-free and free for you.
So check out the latest issue, November 2017, of the YouTube Model Builders eMag:
If you want to grab a copy, head over here:
The Miniature Train Club-Gold Coast Inc are have a train ride event. See flyer for details,
The free version of Trackside Model Railroading, October issue, is now available for people to read. Just head over to their website and login. If you don't have a login, create one as it is free and they don't spam you. The emag is a good read.
The new N scale club layout continues to progress with John (see below left) busy at it on pretty much every Wed and Sat. Above is a nature shot of a startled creature called the "Umm", found only at Brendale.
When it comes to your scenery and baseboard selection, there are many ways you can go - no one way is the "Right Way". You may even like to liven things up and mix and match various methods - horses for courses as you might say.