A 5 inch gauge garden railway
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Ride on Railways Home of the Happy Trojan
Two main sections to this site, the business
section covers rolling stock, locos & other items for
sale as kits or ready to run.
Recommended. A large site with lots of helpful hints.
|The Strawberry Line Miniature Railway
At The Avon Valley Country Park
Pixash Lane, Bath Road, Keynsham, Bristol
|A large 5 inch gauge ground level railway open to the public.|
|Bexhill Model Engineering Supplies
|Range of Loco, wagon, coach and passenger trucks. Some second hand. Interesting site.|
A garden line under construction
|North London Society of Model Engineers||Three multi gauge
The main circuit is nearly a mile long! And fully signalled.
|Finished wheel sets and bogies. Good selection of second hand.|
|Chris Rennie's The Corris
Well laid out site, plenty of tips and information.
|http://www.hse.gov.uk/pesticides/creosote.htm||Health and Safety Executive's Revocation of approvals for amateur use of Creosote.|
|Good place to get Custom waterslide Decals/transfers.|
|The Highview Railway||An interesting
Good selection of second hand.
|Specialist in 5" gauge ground level scale standard gauge models.|
|The Chertsey 3.5 inch railway||A 3.5 inch ground level garden railway in the making.|
|Walkers Railways Site||An extensive Garden railway.
Lots of interest here, well worth a look
|The Bilbrook Light Railway||A 5" garden railway in the making.|
|Akubi Lightweight Railway
A 5" gauge garden railway in Japan.
|A really interesting website, highly recommended. It will take you hours to look through all the pages!|
|An interesting Garden line in Kent|
|Croston & Longcroft Railway.|
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©Terry Bowden. 2009