The Historical Model Railway Society
is a comprehensive site for All UK Railway Modellers, Historians and Enthusiasts. "The Senior Society in Britain for the collection and exchange of information for historians and modellers of the railways of the British Isles".
One of the definitive sources of information on Britain's
varied railway history, from the very beginning to the present day.
An invaluable resource for the modeller who wishes to
incorporate the highest standards of historical accuracy in
his or her work.
The 2mm Scale
Association exists to promote and facilitate modelling at the scale of 2mm:1ft. The scale has a long history as the smallest practical finescale standard.
The website "contains information about the
Association and 2mm standards, articles about model making,
and photographs to inspire the model maker."
Three Millimetre Society
was formed over 40 years ago to support 3mm: 1ft railway modelling.
you will find all you need to know about 3mm including:
tutorials on coach construction, how to build a G6 chassis,
There are also photo galleries, accounts of
of members' layouts, kit reviews, exhibition diaries,
nostalgic memories of products past and more.
The EM Gauge Society is
for all those interested in 4mm scale, and is the largest of the Societies covering 4mm scale.
They are a UK based international society, created to promote and cater for railway modellers working to a scale of 4mm/ft and a track gauge of 18.2mm.
They also support modellers working to the more demanding Protofour standards and a track gauge of 18.83mm.
0 Guild welcomes all Gauge 0 modellers, and offers a
very comprehensive members' models gallery, information on
show dates, a members' forum, some 0 gauge history and many
other features that the 0 gauge fan will love to explore.
The Gauge 1 Model Railway Association is
dedicated to catering for fans of both live steam and
electrically powered locomotives, and associated equipment.
Here you will find some history & facts,
membership details, a newsletter & journal, a gallery,
information on local groups, modelling resources, an events
calendar and more.