Links

On this page you’ll find links to some of the pages I visit most often for inspiration.    

Individual Blogs

Michael’s Model Railways
http://michaelsrailways.blogspot.com/ An excellent narrow gauge modeller who always has some excellent projects on the go.  

Steve’s Narrow Gauge Adventure
https://009adventure.blog/ Another superb narrow gauge modeller, ‘First’ being a wonderful first model railway.  

Chris Ford
http://unnycoombelala.blogspot.com/ Ace modeller, also the author of several inspiring modelling books.  

Chris Nevard Model Railways
http://www.nevard.com/ Ace photographer. Ace modeller.  

Phil’s Workbench
http://philsworkbench.blogspot.com/ A new post everyday from Phil, who works for BRM. Phil is a talented modeller himself.  

Paxton Road
https://paxton-road.blogspot.com/ The online home of James Hilton, a forward-thinking modeller who is also quite the artist.  

The Model Railways of Oly Turner and Chris Matthews
https://otcm.wordpress.com/ An excellent blog by two excellent modellers. They describe their output as ‘finescale…ish,’ which is somewhat harsh!  

O9 Modeller
http://o9modeller.blogspot.com/ Colin Peake built a stunning 00 gauge layout in a box file, however he has now turned his attentions to narrow gauge, with excellent results.  

Playing Trains
https://playingtrains.wordpress.com/ Bob Hughes’ mantra is that toy trains are to be played with. And that he does.    

Real Railways

Telford Steam Railway
https://telfordsteamrailway.co.uk/ My local preserved railway. Small, but always good fun.  

Foxfield Railway
http://www.foxfieldrailway.co.uk/ An excellent heritage line that carries passengers, but also has access to the former colliery site at Dilhorne.