Useful Links

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The Gauge "0" Guild

The GOG Society provide a quarterly very informative magazine "The Gazette".  There is a small membership fee which can be paid with direct debit, please use THIS LINK to join, you wont be disappointed.


The GOG hold three major exhibitions a year Kettering a spring show, Cleckheaton a summer show in Yorkshire and the grand daddy of them all is a two day show at Telford in September.  The shows cover a broad range of interests with hands on workshops to demonstrate techniques from kit building to weathering.  Their is also a large bring and buy and many traders attend these shows so you can stock up your wanted list without the worry of post etc...  They have many large exhibition layouts for your perusal and scrutiny and as a member you would gain early and discounted entry.

Pottendorf and Others

This is a link to Tim Hales Blog Site  where he is constructing a small scale layout. 
The site has various useful tips and images covering building construction and more illustrated
information and images of the Brewery featuring Poppys shed doors and LNWR fencing.


Exeter Gauge "0" Guild Group

A group of 7mm Scale Model Railway enthusiasts, based around Devon UK.
We meet at Whimple near Exeter
 EX5 TS at least once a month.

There are some rather nice shots of our MagClicks!


Collyweston Light Railway
​& CADhris 3D CAD

Featured on this site is A gallery of progression pictures for the Gauge 0 Layout, based on a fictional Light railway preservation society,
running in a circuit between the two towns. Also there is an amazing gallery with explicit drawings of models & accessories designed in 3d CAD.


Mid Hants Railway Ltd 'Watercress Line'
The Watercress Line

The Watercress Line provides a fabulous day out for the whole family with live steam trains running from Alton to Alresford   and back.  It is of particular interest to modellers of railway wagons in that they have a large collection of working rolling stock. 


This UK company specialise in 7mm modern image kits, model painting and weathering.     The Main focus of the business is railway locomotives and rolling stock.  The basic range available was formally known as Nigel Stanley models from whom they acquired the business.  EMAIL: