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Links to other sites of interest

This site has an incredible collection of articles and images dealing with Train Timing and Locomotive Performance during the period 1954 to 2002. locoperformance.tripod.com

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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