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What does SOME stand for?

SOME stands for Society of Model Engineers

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| ON THE RIGHT TRACK: Daniel Gallagher takes passengers for a trip on his model train at the Mary Briggs and Frank Dyball Trophy Day at Huddersfield Society of Model Engineers (PW230912Gmodel-01) CAPTION(S): | LAUNCH: Dot Wilson with the Whitby lifeboat model Khami, which she built herself, watched by spectators Jacob and Jack Hammond (PW230912Gmodel-03)
The free Soho in Steam event will feature a working traction engine, a miniature railway in the garden and working steam models from the Birmingham Society of Model Engineers.
5ins and 5ins gauge models of steam and diesel locomotives, built by members of the Kinver and West Midlands Society of Model Engineers, of which Mr Raybould's son John, 67, is a member.
Visitors were able to watch a judo demonstration, enjoy train rides courtesy of the Nuneaton Society of Model Engineers and have a game of skittles or duck dabbling as well as browse around numerous stalls.
CRASFTSMANSHIP and skill were on show over the weekend as Huddersfield Society of Model Engineers hosted the National Scale Final for the Model Power Boat Association.
Children from Hazel Oak Special School, in Shirley, were the special guests of the Birmingham Society of Model Engineers.