International List of Scale Model Related Web Sites
Total of 225 sites, now showing 91 to 100.
Todd Gamble Art / Scale Model Scenery Artist
Snoqualmie, Wa, United States
Todd Gamble is a scale model scenery artist and creates work for print / television / film / museum exhibit interpretive dioramas / model railroads and other private commissions. Todd also does fine art painting commissions and illustrations.
Barchester A 00 Gauge Model Railway
Benidorm, Alicante, Spain
Showing the construction of Barchester with many descriptions and photographs plus projects, articles and links covering all aspects of model railways, especially helpful for the beginner.
nick wright model maker
London, United Kingdom
This site showcases the work of Nick Wright, covering railroad modelling and sci-fi. Nick is a graphic designer by trade and lives in London.
Welcome to the Division Office
Sturbridge, Ma, United States
Model railroads and prototype trains with Jim & Mike Tylick. Many photos, tips, artwork. One of the largest collections of free downloadable signs for model builders. Custom model building and design services.
DMaster honlapja - DMaster's homepage
Hungarian railway modelling, layout building articles. Description of signalling system, electronic circuits for controlling layout. Image galleries on different subjects.
The gradual building of a finescale HO model railway based on Greater Germany in the 30's. Techniques and models are shown for discussion-feedback is very welcome
Deurne, Antwerp, Belgium
News about railroads and modeling
A labour of love where experiment some faces of Railroad Modelling : Southern Pacific researches, Layout design, scratchbuilding and more.
The Coaling Stage
Rugby, United Kingdom
Online portal to model railway building and running with an interactive element. Readers are invited to submit articles for publication as well as the forum for day to day posting of news,tips and advice. Also pages of my own layout Ryton to Brigton.....
Site about trains in Scale N. Mostly German within episode II and III. Railroad with mountain and modules.
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