Vale of Aylesbury Model Engineering Society
Come and play Trains
See working scale models
Our members build and run their own trains. Sometimes they are used for pulling the carriages on the track.
Other members, who have different interests, build traction engines, or smaller scale model trains.
See the 'Whats On' page to see special event days.
Meet the engineers
The site is run and maintained by VAMES members. A small fee is charged for train rides which is used for running and maintenance of the facility
The object of the Society is to:
Foster and encourage the practice and study of model engineering as a recreational hobby in all is branches.
Promote and facilitate the interchange of ideas, knowledge and experience.
Widen public knowledge and understanding of engineering through the medium of construction, display and operation of engineering models.
Provide facilities for the furtherance of the Society’s objectives for the benefit and enjoyment of both members and the public.
Vames, home of the steam enthuisast, invites you to visit its attraction situated between Bicester and Aylesbury just off the A41 at Quainton, Buckinghamshire
We are a group of hobbyists who share a common enjoyment of all things connected with engineering, but mainly focussing on model railways, in its many forms. New members are always welcome but you do not have to involved in any form of construction project to become a member. Anyone is welcome