Below you will find a list of websites. Why not take a look?


The online resource for all things related to the model railway hobby. Has details of clubs and societies, retailers and mail order suppliers as well as details of forthcoming events (both model railway exhibitions and toy fairs)
Our local model shop selling everything from tiny 'N' gauge through to G scale for the garden railway enthusiast and everything inbetween. Scalextric is also stocked.
Based just north of Nottingham they are suppliers of all things related to model railways and also are renown for their layout building service (Professional Layout Services)
Supplies a vast range of new and secondhand transport related books and magazines.
A long established group modelling in a number of scales.
Based in the south of Sheffield modelling mainly in OO, O gauge and Gauge 1.
Catering for all scales they also have a very interesting tram layout with working road vehicles.
Based in Sutton in Ashfield they are a long established railway enthusiast as well as model railway society.
The Ashover Light Railway Society are restoring items that are compatible with those used on the railway before it closed in 1950. Based at the Peak Rail site in Rowsley, Derbyshire, they are hoping to have a short line in operation to display the restored rolling stock in a setting similar to that of the orignal route of the line.
A small group of modellers from north Sheffield who build layouts using digital control (DCC) often incorporating sound to make the operation more realistic.
The video channel of James Harrison which has films of his personal layouts, Chesterfield Railway Modellers layouts and much more.
A specialist railway bookshop with some interesting books on narrow gauge lines as well as more mainstream titles.