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Links to other sites of interest

The national organisation for N Gauge modellers in the UK is the N Gauge Society, founded in 1967. Check out the benefits of membership at their website www.newweb.ngaugesociety.com

N Gauge Now is the only UK railway-modelling magazine dedicated entirely to N Gauge. Find out more at their website www.ngaugemodelling.co.uk

For a list of sites relating to all matters N Gauge, try checking out NGauge Online at www.ngauge.online

The Merseyside Model Railway Society's club shop is open to non-members on the first Friday evening of every month. Well worth checking out if you're in the area. Details on www.merseysidemrs.co.uk

The Nottingham (Bulwell) Model Railway Society has a new website which is well worth a good browse. You can find details of the Nottingham East Midlands Model Railway Exhibition at www.nottingham-modelrailway.org.uk

The Historical Model Railway Society's website www.hrms.org.uk is a mine of information about the historic background of Britain's railways. Invaluable reference for the serious modeller.

The Barrowmore Model Rail Group, based in Great Barrow near Chester, run several exhibition-standard layouts and hold regular meetings. They also publish an interesting quarterly journal which is available on subscription to non-members. Their website www.barrowmoremrg.org.uk gives you all the details.

The Railway Correspondence & Travel Society is the association for anyone with an interest in railways ancient or modern. Find out more about them on their website www.rcts.org.uk .

Heywood Model Rail Group meet regularly at Warwick Mill, Oldham Road, Middleton to work on a variety of layouts and plan their annual exhibition. Their website www.hmrg.co.uk has the lowdown.

The Bradford Model Railway Club's website www.bradfordmrc.org.uk is a mine of information on the modelling scene in West Yorkshire. Just down the road from Pennine Wagons !

Alsager Railway Association is an active group of Cheshire-based modellers and rail enthusiasts. Find out what they're up to by taking a look at their website www.alsagerrailwayassociation.co.uk

Take a look at the unusual modular layout system of the West Sussex Area Group of the N gauge society. Their website is www.wsng.co.uk

There's plenty of interest in the website of the longest-running model railway club - www.themodelrailwayclub.org

If you would like the North American 'take' on modelling British railways, have a look at the British Railway Modellers of North America (BRMNA) website - www.brmna.org

Modellers and rail enthusiasts in Staffordshire are well catered for by the Stafford Railway Circle. Find out what's going on from their website - http://staffordrailwaycircle.org.uk

The Southport Model Railway Society meet in very unusual premises. Intrigued? Take a look at http://www.southportmodelrailway.org.uk

Get a preview of Chesterfield's Little Midland Society's 2007 exhibition layout at http://www.littlemidlandsociety.co.uk/





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