SMEE was formed in 1898 to allow model engineers to exchange experiences and ideas for their mutual benefit.
The Society has developed a number of courses to help both members and those new to the hobby to learn new skills, work safely and gain confidence with the use of their equipment.
WHY JOIN US?
The most important benefit of joining the Society of Model & Experimental Engineers is that it brings you into contact with people having similar interests.
Recent activity by the Society and its members
A replacement boiler for an Ajax 5"Gauge locomotive in course of construction.
Talk: London's Lost Terminii
by Tony Riley
What do Spa Road in Bermondsey, Maiden Lane in Camden Town, and Earl Street in the City of London have in common? Did you know there have been two Paddington stations? This fully illustrated talk will recount the story of London’s central area terminal stations that have, over the years and for many different reasons, vanished.
Tony’s lifelong interest in railways has developed from just modelling to being a railway historian who sometimes models. He is a founder member of the South Eastern & Chatham Railway Society and has an extensive collection of photographs of the railways of Kent and SE London.
Marshall House, 28, Wanless Road, London, SE24 0HW