||Scalextric slot cars, parts and track accessories from 1960 to the
present day. Everything you'll need to keep your cars and track layout
in great working condition.
old toy guide
|| Provides information about old and collectable toys.
railway modeling clubs...
||The official website of the Leighton Buzzard Railway--one of Britain’s
leading narrow-gauge heritage railways, which celebrated 90 years
of continuous operation in 2009.
Model Railway Club
||The Coventry Model Railway Club meets on Tuesday and Thursday nights
at our club room; Unit 3, The Canal Warehouse, Leicester Row, Coventry,
CV1 4LH. 7.30pm - 10.30pm.
||Clay Cross Model Railway Society is a long established local society
with a large new clubroom in Clay Cross and looking to attract new
Gauge One Model Railway Association
||The Association caters for all scales using the 45mm track gauge.
Model Engineering Society
||GMES aims to develop, encourage and provide facilities for
all aspects of the hobby of model engineering and to promote
fellowship between its members.
||The club is based in Cheshire but membership applications are welcomed
from anyone interested in model railways, beginner to expert, near
and Chorleywood Model Railway Society
||We are a small group who now meet in Chorleywood and welcome new
members. Most of our members model UK railways from various parts
of the country. Some are also interested in, and model, European railways.
The club has layouts in gauges "O", "OO" and "OO9".
The test track has "OO", "EM" and "HOm"
and there is space for "N" gauge as well.
|| We are an enthusiastic club with an interest in all things mechanical,
and of course always welcome new members. If you require information
about membership, or perhaps just wish to visit us with your loco
on a track running day please contact us, we look forward to meeting
for those that like the full size trains...
||The National Railway Museum – the largest railway museum in the
world, attracting almost 1 million visitors per year to our sites
at York and Shildon.
||Didcot Railway Centre is home to the Great Western Society's unique
collection of steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small
relics; and a recreation of Brunel's broad gauge railway.
||The official website of the Severn Valley Railway.
||Collection of railway artifacts, photographs and archives from the
1840s to the end of steam, plus conference facilities.
||Vintage Trains runs steam trains on the UK national main line system
including the Shakespeare Express to places of interest using locomotives
based at Tyseley Locomotive Works, Birmingham Railway Museum.
Museum of the Great Western Railway
||The Museum tells the story of the men and women who built, operated
and traveled on the Great Western Railway - 'God’s Wonderful
Railway' - a railway network that, through the pioneering vision and
genius of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was regarded as the most advanced
in the world.
||A guide to the entire heritage railway scene in the UK and Ireland,
including details of special events, trains and operating days for
all steam railways. However, you are advised to contact the railway
directly at the given address for confirmation of, and full details
of any events, opening times and train timetables.
Anglian Railway Museum
||The East Anglian Railway Museum, based just outside Colchester,
Essex, is a Working Museum dedicated to preserving the history of
railways in the Eastern Counties.
||Suffolk's only railway museum is dedicated to conserving historical
documents as well as preserving the hardware which goes to make up
a working railway.
||The Museum is devoted to the area formerly served by the North Eastern
Railway, with particular reference to the Stockton & Darlington
Railway, and the railway industry of Darlington.
||Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is a working steam museum where you
can step back in time as you stroll amongst the giants of the steam
age displayed at its spacious 25 acre site.
||The Bluebell Museum collects, preserves, interprets and makes accessible
to the public, artifacts, history, customs, practice and skills relating
specifically to the Bluebell Railway and generally to the railways
of the steam era in the South of England.
||This former Great Western Railway good shed has been lovingly restored
& now houses a fine collection of railway memorabilia & model
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