16mm Guide


Ride-On Trains

Other Scales



Geek stuff

Contact Me

Digital Music Stand

Garden Railway links

See also: Suppliers, Other Scales, Ride On and my old bookmarks page

Discussion Groups

The 16mmngm E-group is the main mailing list for 16mm scale narrow gauge railway modellers. This discussion forum on 'Yahoo Groups' is a great place to ask questions about garden railways.

There are numerous other related Yahoo Groups related to railways in 16mm and "G" scales, including specialist topics such as steam-loco building and low cost garden railways.

The 16mm Association

The Association of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers aims to promote Narrow Gauge Model-making in the scale of 16mm/ft, and other "nearby" scales. The association's main aims are to help people to enjoy the hobby, and as such, does not specify what scale or gauge you should model in.

Among other things, the association produces a quarterly magazine (16mm Today), and runs an annual exhibition at Stoneleigh park in Coventry

GardenRail magazine

Published every month, GardenRail Magazine covers all aspects of outdoor model railways. Most issues will include a range of scales from the sort of loco you can hold in your hand to large ride-on railways.

(Backlink to my site on the GR Links page.)

Sidestreet Bannerworks' Loco of the Month

Marc Horowitz, editor of the American publication, Garden Railways describes a different small-scale live steam locomotive every month in his Loco of the month

Small Scale Live Steam FAQ

Vance Bass writes regularly in American garden railway publications. His website includes a Live Steam FAQ aimed specifically at modellers using live steam in O gauge and Gauge-1.

G Scale Mad

Jason Palmer's site contains news, reviews, articles and lots of other stuff about G Scale (45mm gauge).

Steam in the Garden

Steamup.info is the website of the American publication "Steam in the Garden" magazine, dedicated to coverage of the small-scale live steam scene

My Train Space

Georg Strømsholt's My Train Space website is dedicated to 2-foot (and 600mm) narrow gauge. He has set up the site to be a collaborative space where enthusiasts can contribute.