International List of Scale Model Related Web Sites
Manchester, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Beeches TMD is a modern image OO gauge layout. The layout uses NCE DCC and locomotives are fitted with lights and sound decoders. It is loosely set in the north west with locomotives that would serve the north Wales coast - approximately early 1990....
A collection of model trains "Italian Style", plus a Diorama and a Microlayout. Scratch building techniques and guides for both italian rolling stock and buildings. Italian consists of "layout lenght" based on real trains from 1964 to 1994.
Societa` Lepontina Ferroviaria
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
N Scale layout of Italian and Swiss railways located in New Mexico. Photos, e-pass exchange, and modeling articles. Follow the ongoing rebuilding of the SLF.
THE KAHNAWAKE PASS - model railroad in n scale
construction of my layout in n scale, hints and tips, DCC, scenery,...
Dawgsville Station & Southern Railroad
Auburn, Ga., United States
N scale 3' x 6 1/2' layout being built, freelance and focused around the Norfolk Southern and Southern Railroads.
Springfield, Illinois, United States
Hobby Railroader hosts informative articles about all aspects of the model railroading hobby, with a particular focus on beginners and those who don't yet have their own layout.
Grand Rapids, Mi, United States
Bills Hobbies is where I share my hobby of model railroading with the rest of the world. My home layout(N scale)is shown as a work in progress, and I have many links to cruise thru. The site is designed to be user friendly for dial-up users, no ads!!....
The New Haven Railroad in 1959
Peter Ness' HO scale efforts to model the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad in 1959. The site includes an extensive NH Freight Car page as well as pages for work and passenger equipment, diesel and electric locomotives, vehicles and layout.
Delhi, Delhi, India
A freelance HO Scale layout in Delhi, India
Aroostook Valley Model Railroad
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
A scale model representation of the Aroostook Valley Railway in Northern Maine. This short line (32 miles) ran from Presque Isle to Caribou and New Sweden. The line closed in 1996. The layout is set in the Fall of 1967.
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