Favourite Websites Charles Cooper's Railway Pages
A very interesting and informative website created by one of our customers. It also has a handy calendar of Ontario model railway shows.Model Railway Express Mag
Daily news on British model railway new releases, product reviews, history and a modellers forum.Penmorfa.com
A wonderful website by my old trainspotting companion Dave Sallery. An interesting and informative site with excellent photographs of Wales and railways, both modern day and 1960s including some great shots from Barry. The site also looks at Welsh industrial archaeology with much useful information about the slate industry.The UK Model Shop Directory
Bringing you the ultimate in Online Information for the British Railway Modeller. With listings for Model Shops, Suppliers, Clubs, Exhibitions, Railway Attractions in the UK, and much more. This is your ONE STOP SOURCE for everything in MODEL RAILWAYS.
Model Railway Clubs Barrie Allendale Railway Modellers
The Barrie Show each February has something for everyone and is in our opinion the best model railway show in southern Ontario.BRMNA
An association of British railway modellers located throughout north America.OO Live Steam Club
Club for owners of Hornby Live Steam Locos. This newly formed club is the product of a unique gathering of like minded individuals who have discovered and appreciate this technically brilliant, highly innovative, uniquely charming, far sighted addition to the engine shed of Hornby manufacturing excellence.The Platelayers Society
A group of British railway modellers mainly located in the Southern Ontario region. Monthly meetings held at member's homes.
Useful Websites ScaleModelPlans.com
ScaleModelPlans.com provides the bridge between 'scratch-built' and kit structures. Our scaled plan sets include traceable patterns and templates, as well as a pictorial guide to help even a novice model builder create realistic scale model structures for a Model Railroad layout or diorama. Print to standard letter size paper, cut out the templates and trace onto balsa, basswood, styrene, foam board, or any other choice of hobby material. No calculations necessary - templates are scaled to proper size. Basic hand tools can produce incredible results. Specialty tools make the job easier, but you can go a long way with just a hobby knife, razor saw, and straight edge. Click image arrow to start slideshow Templates included (Available in N, HO, OO & O scales