International List of Scale Model Related Web Sites
Total of 98 sites, now showing 1 to 10.
NMRA on the Web
The web pages of the National Model Railroad Association.
The Historical Model Railway Society
The definitive information source on Britain's long and varied railway history, from the very beginning to the present day. The HMRS providing you with all the vital information you need to build historically accurate models.
Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg
The largest model railway in the world and one of the most successful permanent exhibitions in Northern Germany.
Great Scale Train Show
Timonium, Maryland, United States
Official Home Page of the largest Scale-only Model Train Show in the Country. Future Dates, locations and dealers.
National Railroad Museum
Green Bay, Wi, United States
Since 1958, the NRM has been enriching lives of others by offering the American railroad experience through engaging exhibits, programs, and special events. Now it has 70 locomotives and railcars on display, plus numerous artifacts and photos.
Train Collectors Association
Strasburg, Pennsylvania, United States
The Train Collectors Association is one of the largest and most prestigious collecting societies in the world. In the TCA website, you will learn about membership in the Association, upcoming train meets, and much more.
San Diego Model Railroad Museum Online
San Diego, Ca, United States
The mission of the museum is to preserve the heritage of railroading through miniature representations of California railroads; research and preserve the history of model railroading; and educate the public in different aspects of railroading.
FREMO Freundeskreis Europaischer Modellbahner
Modular Layouts, DCC and useful information
Choo Choo Barn
Strasburg, Pa, United States
The Choo Choo Barn is a 1700 square foot hand built recreation of Lancaster County's Pennsylvania Dutch Country. 22 Operating Trains, over 150 animated figures & vehicles. This display is built to 1:48 scale. Celebrating its 46 year in 2007.
Lionel Collectors Club of America
Lasalle, Il, United States
The LCCA was founded by James D. Gates of Des Moines, Iowa, on August 1, 1970. It was his idea that collectors and operators of Lionel trains had long needed an organization dedicated solely to their hobby interest. With this basis, Jim placed ads in ....
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