The following links are excellent landscaping resources.
Clicking on the image to the leftt will take you to a fine collection of model plans for Narrow Gauge Steam Engines.
County Gate – Fantastic work. A must read site
County Gate Members Area – Absolutely great information.
County Gate Scenery Menu – Their useful links page:
narrow gauge layouts
Stump City An HOn3 logging layout 10ft x 3ft running Shays and Climax’s
Arne Wharf A little known location on the Isle of Purbeck
Bratton Fleming A 009 winter snow scene
Dutton Bay Tramway John Dennis’ Australian site
Gilbert Gribi and his La Vernarède – A first rate modeller in O scale
Kingston Regis Home of John & Jane Jacobs delightful Kingston Regis the latest in a long line of Exhibition Layouts produced by them over the years.
W.E.K Explore Werner Knopf’s ‘Wilhelmstal-Elisabethen-Knopfbach’ NG layout. (German and English) Australian model narrow gauge railways An excellent choice of top Oz narrow gauge layouts from John Dennis.
The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway The official site to follow progress on the restoration of the line#
Exmoor Associates Help purchase the trackbed of the L&B
The 762 club Take part in building a full size replica of Lyn for the new L&B
The 009 Society For all aspects of small scale narrow gauge railway modelling.
The Dutch Group of the 009 Society. In both Dutch & English.
Surrey Narrow Gauge Modellers The Surrey Group of the 009 Society
Narrow Gauge & Industrial railway Modelling Review excellent website for those interested in industrial narrow gauge railways. Published by well known modeller Roy Link
line side Industries excellent resource
UK model railways web community
Tal-y-Llyn Railway the very first preserved railway
Corris Railway An emerging Great Little Train
Industrial Narrow Gauge Railways comprehensive website
Small layouts superb source for modelling ideas
Barry and Penarth MRC is now one of the largest and most active model railway clubs in South Wales, with over fifty members, who have interests in most scales and gauges up to 0-gauge.
Industrial Narrow Gauge Railways
Lynton and Barnstaple photos a good resource to see what the closed track looks like