Founded in 1977, Cupar & District Model Railway Club has members from a varied background and ages, but with a common interest in Railways and model making. We have a member who is actively involved in the restoration of a full size steam locomotive 46464, other members are also involved in model boats, aircraft and various other hobbies and interests.
The Club Members hard at work (Jan 2012) - Construction of two brand new layouts is under way.
If you would like to know more about our club email (info on the contact us tab) or come along to our club and have a chat with us on Monday and Thursday nights 6.30pm - 9.30pm. Membership is open to anyone over 14, with an interest in railways. Due to child protection legislation junior members must always be under the supervision of a parent or guardian. Children less than 14 years of age may, at the club's discretion, accompany a parent or guardian who is a member of the club. Junior Membership for ages 14-18. Full membership 18 and above.
To find Club Rooms - Our club room is located in the "Old Theatre" block of the old Castlehill Primary School adjacent to Fife Council's Social Work Offices. The building is directly in front of you as you go through the gates. Access to the building is via a door at the rear. We are located on the first floor.
Directions to the Corn Exchange for our exhibition is again right in the middle of Cupar, at the T junction and at the bottom of Castlehill is 'Boots' and to the right is the Corn Exchange
Cupar and District Model Railway Club, The Old Theatre Block, Castlehill Centre, Cupar, KY15 4HA. (Next to the Fife Council Social work offices)
Following the loss of our long term member and friend Bill Scobie in December 2003, we decided as a club to dedicate a trophy in his memory. Bill had an attention to detail that was second to none, and his passion for building layouts was obvious in "Feather River" our HO American layout, and "The Albula Line" an HOm Swiss layout which is now in private hands. The trophy is awarded by the club at our annual exhibition for modelling that is of a very high standard. The winner in chosen by a trader independent of the club, and is presented on Saturday afternoon.
2004 - Peter Page, East Neuk Model Railway Club. 2005 - Caeredwyn, Edinburgh & Lothians MRC. 2006 - Strath-inch, Pentland MRG. 2007 - Pentland MRG, 2008 - East Coast Study Group with Caxton Gibbet, 2009 Edinburgh & Lothians MRC with Glendevon, 2010 - Oakglen Railroad, RAF Kinloss, 2011