Scale/Interest Specific Model Railway Societies



Welcome to all Gauge O Railway Modellers
S7 railway modellers work to a scale of 1:43.5, 7mm to 1ft, using a true-to-scale standard gauge of 33mm, and a wheel profile which matches closely the real thing. ScaleSeven modellers achieve smooth running in a more realistic permanent way.
MERG (Model Electronic Railway Group) is an international, UK based group promoting interest in the application of electronics & computers to all aspects of railway modelling.
The Scalefour Society caters for the needs of railway modellers working to the scale of 4mm/ft (1:76.2), the most popular of the British model railway scales. It promotes and encourages the use of effective modelling techniques and fine scale standards among all 4mm railway modellers with a particular emphasis on the use of scale wheels and track.
EM means Eighteen Millimetres – the original finescale track gauge adopted by 4mm scale modellers in the mid-1950s (now 18.2mm).
Welcome to the N Gauge Society (often referred to as the NGS) website. The NGS is a non-profit making organisation, run by volunteers for the benefit of the railway modelling hobby in general and N Gauge modellers in particular. We have several thousand members in the UK and abroad, and actively welcome new members, whatever their current skill levels. The NGS was formed in 1967 with the aims being to promote N Gauge and encourage active participation in N Gauge railway modelling.
The 2mm Scale Association exists to promote and facilitate modelling at the scale of 2mm:1ft.
The 7mm Narrow Gauge Association aims to encourage the modelling of narrow gauge railways at a scale of or around 7mm to 1 foot (1:43)
We aim to cater for all aspects of small scale narrow gauge railway modelling, both for the beginner and the experienced modeller alike, for the scratch-builder. the kit builder and the modeller who prefers proprietary ready to run equipment. Whether you are an active modeller or an armchair modeller, you will find a welcome in the 009 SOCIETY.
Founded in 1965, the Society has always supported all modellers in 3mm scale, whether they build their own models from scratch or kits, or run the original Triang TT trains.