We model main railways which run on 45mm track

The society aims to foster interest in all aspects of the London & North Western Railway , its constituent companies and joint lines

We are a friendly society with members who have interests in all aspects of Model Engineering

Encouraging the modelling of Narrow Gauge Railways in a scale of and around 7mm to 1 foot (1:43)

Internet based society covering European Railways, prototype and model

The Double O gauge association is the national and international body for all modellers in 4mm to the foot 16.5mm gauge.

The Talyllyn Railway was the first to be run by volunteers and still runs steam trains through beautiful countryside in Wales

The 2mm Scale Association exists to promote and facilitate modelling at the scale of 2mm:1ft.

The Scalefour Society promotes finescale modelling in 4mm scale and in particular the use of P4 track and wheel standards.

Model railway club based at Cutlers Farm, Bearley, Warwickshire

We aim to support beginners and experienced modellers alike, the scratch-builder, the kit builder and the modeller who prefers ready-to-run equipment, so whether you’re already active in small scale narrow gauge railway modelling or wish to take your first steps, you’ll find a welcome in the 009 Society.

A friendly club available to members dawn until dusk, seven days a week.

The Model Electronic Railway Group (MERG ) is an international, UK based group promoting interest in the application of electronics & computers to all aspects of railway modelling

The Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway operates steam trains through 15 miles of glorious Cotswold countryside.

FNRM are here to describe the services and exhibits at the National Railway Museum, with a range of memorabilia for sale

DEMU welcomes all modellers of Britain's Diesel & Electric traction, regardless of scale/gauge affiliations or modelling ability.

One of the largest societies catering for the 4mm finescale modeller

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