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Welcome to the web site of

 

 

Tyneside Society of Model & Experimental Engineers


The next Public running will be 
Sunday 7th October 11am - 3pm.

 

 
 
  click on the facebook symbol to go to our face book page 
if you 'like' us we will endeavour to keep you up to date with events! 

   click on the symbol to go to our Google+ page

To hear interviews broadcast on BBC Radio Newcastle as part of the 'Year in the Life of the Town Moor' Project
please click on the photo below.
(The photographs accompanying the soundtrack are from my collection, nothing to do with the BBC)



Malcolm Phillips kindly put together a 5 minute video to give a taster of an average Sunday at the club.
Please click on the photo link below 



more video links can be found on the 'contacts & links' page  


Members meet throughout the year on Sundays and Wednesdays at the club house and track, located in Exhibition Park, near the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne,
our base for many years. The club has an enthusiastic membership who are committed to developing all aspects of the society.
The latest addition to our resources is a ground level track catering for 5" and 7 1/4" locomotives. A transverser helps the safe movement of engines from
vehicles to the steaming bays. Signals  and points operate to ensure safe running on the main line as well as the station loop.
 

The raised track offers 5" and 3 1/2" gauge facilities and the park roads are ideal for the operation of traction engines. 


All are invited to try our amenities at any time where visitors will receive a warm welcome.

The track is just a few minutes walk from Newcastle City Centre, where other members of the family will find plenty of appealing diversions away from model engineering!

 

 

 

Member’s interests cover all aspects of model engineering, from road and rail engines and rolling stock to workshop equipment and clocks.  

 


 

New members and visitors are most welcome, please contact the secretary for further information,
but be assured you will receive a warm Tyneside welcome!

 

Membership Fees for 2018: Single Membership £35; Family Membership - £45.

Data Protection Policy 

External Policy Notice

 

The Data Protection Bill 2018 embodies the requirements of the EU General Directive on Data Protection and comes/came into force on 25 May 2018

This document describes our approach to the protection of your personal data as required by law

This Society is a small business and is entitled to use the derogations for micro organisations as set out in the law.

As a member of the society, we keep information about you to support you as a member and to support the operation of society activities and for health and safety records

As a member of the public, we keep information about you only as part of Health & Safety incident records.

The above information is classed as our legitimate interest.  

We keep personal information about any person who contacts us for any reason as the decision by you to contact us requires we retain your personal details so we may respond and maintain a record of that response.

We have procedures to ensure the timely removal of this data but you do not have the right to require the removal of this data at an earlier date.

If you provide us suitable proof of your identity at the time, you may request a copy of the information we hold about you.  It will be delivered to you electronically.  You may request we consider corrections you feel are necessary.

Please contact our committee member with lead data protection responsibility if you wish to see the data we hold about you.

We do not receive personal data from external parties.  If this situation shall change in the future we will review our Data Protection Policy.

We are affiliated to the SFMES.  We do not share personal data from our records with the Southern Federation of Model Engineering Societies. 

 If you are involved in boiler testing as examiner or as owner/carer of a boiler being tested, the records thereof are completed by us for and on behalf of the SFMES and we shall retain a copy of this information.

  

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