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This is our useful links page,connecting you with railway and model railway web sites which may be of interest to you. All of these specialist societies produce high standard journals and publications, and have extensive back up facilties and knowledge data bases, including published standards where appropriate.
If your organisation, association or society has a web site and you would like to have a link included, then all you need to do is to advise us.


www.colonelstephenssociety.co.uk

The Colonel Stephens Society; a UK based correspondence society (with journal) for those interested in the Colonel Stephens empire of light railways. In the early decades of the last century, Colonel Stephens engineered, built and managed a unique empire of branch line railways up and down the country. They were built and run on a shoestring, mostly in accordance with the Light Railways Act of 1896. Each had its particular character as well as a distinctive family likeness that included remote locations, second-hand rolling stock and, towards the end of their often brief lives, a down-at-heel charm. They have always attracted the interest of railway enthusiasts, and now there is a society dedicated to feeding and exploring that enthusiasm.


www.irsociety.co.uk

The Industrial Railway Society was founded in 1949 as the Birmingham Locomotive Club - Industrial Locomotive Information Section. The Society is the leading organization in the United Kingdom devoted to the study of all aspects, and all gauges, of privately owned industrial railways and locomotives, both at home and overseas. Collieries, opencast coal pits, steel works, gas works, peat bogs, Ministry of Defence depots, engineering works, docks, electric power stations, etc., are all covered by the Society. Also details of various railway preservation groups and their locomotives, etc.
www.emgs.org

The EM Gauge Association caters for finescale modellers in 4mm scale (1:76) who predominantly use a track gauge of 18.2mm, as opposed to the usual "OO" gauge of 16.5mm. This gauge was the first wide scale improvement on standard "OO"


www.scalefour.org

The Scale Four Association caters for finescale modellers in 4mm scale (1:76) who predominantly use a track gauge of 18.83mm, as opposed to the usual "OO" gauge of 16.5mm
www.gauge0guild.com

The Gauge 0 Guild of the UK; catering for 7mm scale modellers


www.gaugeone.org

The Gauge 1 Model Railway Association of the UK; catering for 10mm scale modellers


www.gauge3.org.uk

The Gauge 3 Society of the UK; catering for G3 scale modellers


www.7mmnga.org.uk

The 7mm Narrow Gauge Association caters for modellers working in 1:43.5 on narrower tracks


www.16mm.org.uk

The 16mm Association of Narrow Gauge Modellers caters for modellers working in 1:19 on narrower tracks such as 32mm and 45mm. Other scales such as 1:24 are also catered for and there is lots of live steam!


www.hmrs.org.uk

The Historical Model Railway society caters for modellers who wish to incorporate historical fidelity and accuracy to their models


www.bassettlowkesociety.org.uk

The Bassett Lowke Society caters for collectors and restorers of the world famous Bassett Lowke models in all scales and gauges


www.brma.asn.au

The British Railway Modellers of Australia Inc.; catering for all UK outline modellers


www.lbscr.demon.co.uk

The Brighton Circle; a UK based correspondence society (with journal) for those interested in the London Brighton and South Coast Railway


www.alsrm.org.uk

This association caters for modellers in all large scales, Scale S upward to Gauge 3, as a supplemental organisation

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