WATCH AN ONLINE TALK by Roy Berg about the history of Chingford and District Model Engineering Club.

Ridgeway Park’s miniature railway is well known to anyone who grew up in Chingford. At this talk Roy Berg who has been chairman of the club for the past 15 years told us about some of the stories connected with the club which has been giving rides to scores of people since it opened on Chingford Day in 1945.

Apart from Walt Disney’s visit in 1952 the railway has also featured on Blue Peter and was involved with a world record.

Located in Ridgeway Park, Chingford E4 6XU, the railways are used to give rides to members of the public on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday afternoons between April and the end of September from 2pm – 5:30pm. and for up-to-date information please go to their Facebook page

This and future talks hosted by Chingford Historical Society will incur a £3 charge for non-members. Annual membership is just £10 per person or £15 for two at the same address. If you would like to join more info can be found here

Existing members will be emailed about how to get a free ticket for all our talks. If you are a member and don’t receive details of how to get your free ticket please use the ‘contact the organiser’ button on this page and we will get back to you. 

Chingford Historical Society is a registered charity (Charity number: 281623) and all proceeds from the sale of tickets minus Eventbrite fees will go direct to the charity.

Most of our online talks on different aspects of Chingford’s history given throughout 2020 can be viewed on our YouTube channel. 

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