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2mm Scale Association
For modellers with better eyesight than most.

3mm Society
Remember those Triang days.

Association of Larger Scale Railway Modellers
We are an association of model railway enthusiasts working in the larger scales S, 0, 1, G and upwards.

Darjeeling Himalaya Railway Society
Great site for everything about the Darjeeling Railway

EM Gauge Society
The original society for advanced modellers.

G1MRA Yorkshire Group
The Yorkshire group of the Gauge 1 Society are the organisers of the annual exhibition held at the Bakewell Agricultural Centre.

Gauge 0 Guild for 7mm modellers
The Guild exists to further all forms of railway modelling in 7mm scale and on 0 gauge track.

Great central Railway Society

Great Eastern Society Journal
Journal of the Great Eastern Railway Society.

Great North of Scotland Railway Association
The Great North of Scotland Railway served the north east of Scotland from Aberdeen to Elgin, a largely agricultural area which included the fishing ports of Buchan and the splendid scenery of Deeside and Speyside. The Association brings together all those interesting in this fascinating railway from its earliest days to present times.

HMRS
Historical Model Railway Society... The Bedrock of our hobby.

Light Rail Transit Association
The LRTA is primarily concerned with present day public transport and its development and improvement through the use of light rail transit and tramways wherever appropriate and possible.

LNWR Society
We aim to collect and disseminate information about the London and North Western Railway, its constituents and its successors.

National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) British Region
The National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) is the largest organization devoted to the development, promotion, and enjoyment of the hobby of model railroading. The NMRA British Region promotes North American modelling in the United Kingdom.

North Eastern Railway Association
NERA was formed in 1961 to cater for all enthusiasts interested in the railways of north eastern England, the North Eastern Railway, the Hull & Barnsley Railway, from their successors, and also the smaller independent and industrial railways that operated alongside the main line system.

Pendon Museum
At Pendon we aim to recapture, in detailed and colourful miniature, scenes showing the beauty of the English countryside as it used to be in the years around 1930. Realistically modelled cottages like the one pictured above, farms, fields and lanes recall the peaceful country ways of that period.

Railway Correspondence & Travel Society
The RCTS is Britain's leading organisation for people interested in all aspects of railways past, present and future and is highly regarded by both professional railway people and enthusiasts, a position it has held since its formation over 75 years ago.

S Scale Society
Railway Modelling in 1:64 scale in the UK has been around for over 100 years and this society since 1946.

South western Circle
The leading society for enthusiasts of the London & South Western Railway.

Southern E-Group
The site for enthusiasts, historians and modellers of the Southern Railway and its constituents.

Stephenson Locomotive Society
Named in honour of one of railway history's great families the SLS (Stephenson Locomotive Society), founded in 1909, is the premier society for the study of railways and railway locomotion.

The Brighton Circle
The Brighton Circle was formed in 1974 for the furtherance and publication of original research into every aspect of the social, technical and economic history of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway and its constituents.

The Broad Gauge Society
For those interested in the old GW seven foot gauge.

The Colonel Stephens Society
The site for enthusiasts of the narrow gauge and light railways of Colonel Holman Fred Stephens.

The East Midlands Railway Photographic Society

The Glagow & South Western Railway Association
The Glasgow and South Western Railway Association was founded in 1964. Its creation was as a result of positive action by a group of individuals including Murdo Mackenzie, Ian Gillespie, Bob Stirling and John Brown. Very soon the embryonic organisation was joined by others for whom an interest in the railway was a key interest.

The Great Eastern Railway Society
Whether your East Anglian railway interests are architectural, family history, historical, educational, modelling or modern day operations, the Society caters for all tastes, so please browse to see how the Great Eastern Railway Society (GERS) can help you.

The Highland Railway Society
The Highland Railway Society caters for all those interested in the Highland Railway from its inception to the current day.

The Industrial Railway Society
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.

The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Society
The Society aims to bring together all those with an interest in the 'Lanky' whether it be in historical research or modelling. It also holds and maintains large collections of photographs and drawings and with its information service points interested parties in the right direction.

The LMS Society
One of the best known line-societies,for information on all aspects of the LMS.

The Locomotive Club of Great Britain
The Locomotive Club of Great Britain's main objectives are to foster a keen interest in UK and Overseas railways, and to support the railway preservation movement.

The M&GN Circle
A Group for all those interested in study of The Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway.

The M&GN Joint Railway Society
Today the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Society is a registered charity supporting the Poppy Line, and is the biggest shareholder in North Norfolk Railway plc, the operating company. There are some 2,000 members, who are kept in touch via this website and the quarterly colour journal Joint Line.

The Midland Railway Society
Bringing together those interested in the Midland Railway; including its predecessors, successors, joint lines and working arrangements.

The North Staffordshire Railway Study Group
The site for all those interested in the North Staffordshie Railway.

The Railway & Canal Historical Society
The Railway and Canal Historical Society is for everyone with an interest in the history of transport - not just inland waterways and railways, but also tramroads, roads, aviation, coastal shipping, ports and pipelines - from the middle ages (or before) to the day before yesterday.

The Scalefour Society
The society for state-of-the-art true scale modelling.

The ScaleSeven Group
7mm modelling to exact scale standards.

Transport Ticket Society
A world-wide association of students of tickets and fare-collection systems rn

Welsh Railways Research Circle
For 30 years, the Welsh Railways Research Circle (WRRC) has been bringing together researchers and modellers who are interested not only in the mainline and branch railways of Wales and the Border Counties, but also the tramways, tramroads and the many rail connected industrial locations across the Principality.

 

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