Our next Open Day is … Saturday November 26: 9am – 5pm
Displays include large DC, DCC OO/HO and N gauge layouts with members running American, English, Australian and European trains, and Thomas & friends will be there for kids to drive!
BIG LAYOUTS IN OUR TWO-STOREY CLUBHOUSE
56 Zahel Street, Carina QLD (click to open a map).
Families (2 parents or grandparents, up to 4 children) $10.
Adults $5. Aged Pensioner Card holders $4. Children $2.
Breakfast, Lunch Sizzle starts at 9am.
Supported by the Lord Mayor’s Suburban Initiative Fund and Cr Ryan Murphy, Councillor for Doboy and Cr Adrian Schrinner, Councillor for Chandler.
Our next Table Sale is … Sunday 22 January 2017
Non-member buyers and the curious welcome.
Phone Ron Parker (0420597460) for information.
Buyers admitted FREE: 10am to 1pm.
Don’t eat at home … join us for our Sausage Sizzle from 10am.
ALL GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY CLUB, ZAHEL STREET, CARINA.
Part of the Clem Jones Sports Centre.
Our two-storey clubhouse is in the swimming pool car park at the Adelaide Street end of Zahel Street.
Mark your calendar for next year’s table sales. The currently planned dates are:
- Sunday 22 January 2017
- Sunday 2 April 2017
- Sunday 9 July 2017
- Sunday 24 September 2017
Club member and website creator Dennis Remmer has just loaded two more videos and dozens of photos taken just before opening time at our recent Train Show Weekend.
Click on “Gallery” above.
However … Dennis still wants lots more photos, videos, stories … about your home layout … your favourite model … which era you model … Interesting sites you have visited … etc.
And what about Column three on this website page?
Are there any other model train manufacturers that you would like him to invite to join this info column?
Send them to dennis.
Our members come to the clubhouse with their trains on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm and Fridays from 7pm to 9pm.
Potential new members and the curious are always welcome.
The club motto is … Our tracks, your trains.
TELL YOUR FRIENDS!
“Some of the founding and future members of AGMRC were model railway enthusiasts, members of other hobby groups and model railway clubs, long before the nucleus of All Gauge was formed in 1973 ….”
The author of our history is Peter Lamb, a long-term AGMRC member who first joined in 1978. Much of this history is from his first-hand memories and experiences from before, during and returning to the club.
Click on About Us at the top of this page then click on History of the All Gauge Model Railway Club to enjoy the first episode.