Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Canberra Society of Model and Experimental Engineers .

Our website contains information about who we are, what we do, our public running days (train rides), our birthday parties, and how you can be involved.

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The Model and the Real Thing
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Wal driving John's A Class Locomotive
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Eric Hinze with his traction engine
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Eric steaming up Juliet
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C17 on the steaming bay
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Bunyip on a rainy day
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John Oliver on his 1210
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Paul Gugger on Stirling
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3 Bunyip's at Diamond Valley
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Ian Smith driving Bunyip

 

The Society operates the Kingston Miniature Railway (KMR) as a service to the community.

The railway, situated in Geijera Place. Kingston is adjacent to the Railway Museum.

Open to the public on the second Sunday of each month from 10.30pm to 230pm and the last Sunday of each month from 10.30 am to 2.30 pm, passengers are taken on a 900 meter journey through the railway museum, usually taking about ten minutes.

Click HERE to access information on our Facilities page.

Click HERE to access information on our Public Running Days page.

Click HERE to access information on our Party Booking page.