https://www.16mm.org.uk/

16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers

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For forty years we have been helping and inspiring people of all ages and abilities around the world to get involved in narrow gauge railway modelling in the scales of 14 to 16mm to the foot, usually in a real garden railway environment, and often using real live steam model locomotives.

https://www.cmra.org.uk/

The Gauge 3 Society

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The Chiltern Model Railway Association (CMRA) was founded by a small group of local model railway clubs (centred around Hertfordshire, England) in 1965 to facilitate the avoidance of clashes of exhibition dates, provide a means of communication between the clubs and encourage mutual support.

Its aims are best summarised in the key phrase "to encourage and promote the model railway hobby". Since that date the Association has gradually expanded. Now with approximately one hundred and forty Associate organisations, the Association covers a large portion of the UK.

The membership includes a number of national "scale/gauge", company and nationality interest groups. In all, the Association can be said to represent over nine thousand individual modellers.

The range of services offered to Associate organisations has expanded over the years and now includes exhibition insurance, portable appliance testing (PAT), loan of exhibition equipment, exhibition diary, layout register, guidelines for running exhibitions, modellers workshops and seminars. The Association also publishes an occasional electronic magazine CaMeRA which is distributed to member organisations. Membership is primarily open to any bona fide organisation with an interest in the hobby.

Since January 2016 membership is also open to individuals and members of the trade.

https://www.demu.org.uk/

2mm

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The society for the modeller of the British Diesel and Electric era.

No matter what gauge, scale or ability - DEMU welcomes all modellers interested in diesel and electric traction.

https://www.merg.org.uk/

MERG

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MERG (Model Electronic Railway Group) is an international, UK based society promoting interest in the application of electronics & computers to all aspects of railway modelling. Our aim is to introduce modellers to the use of electronics to control and enhance their layouts, whether you are using techniques such as DC, DCC or Radio Controlled, manual or computer operated. We do this through our vast library of information, video tutorials, local groups and extensive range of electronic kits, which range from the simple to the sophisticated.

https://www.nmrabr.org.uk/

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NMRA British Region The National Model Railroad Association, Inc. advances the global scale model railway community through education, advocacy, standards, and social interaction. The NMRA has 18,000 plus members worldwide and provides a unique set of tools and services to help modellers become better at what they do while still enjoying the many facets of the railway hobby.

http://www.2mm.org.uk/

2mm

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The 2mm Scale Association exists to promote and facilitate modelling at the scale of 2mm:1ft. The scale has a long history as the smallest practical finescale standard.

http://www.lbscr.org/History/Circle/index.html

The Brighton Circle

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The Brighton Circle was formed in 1974 with the aim of collecting and publishing information on the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Company and its constituents. It is the Circle's intention to cover all aspects of the Company's history and all members are encouraged to contribute as much information as possible so that a complete picture may be built up.

http://www.doubleogauge.com/

The Double O Gauge Association

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We are THE organisation catering for both new and veteran railway modellers working in 4mm scale using a track gauge of 16.5mm - the most common for models of UK prototypes. 

https://emgs.org/

The E.M. Gauge Society

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The Society functions to promote an ever-growing interest in finescale 4mm modelling. A wide range of goods are available for sale at expoEM events and at the AGM. In addition, items can also be purchased through our online shop which can be accessed within the Members’ area of the website.

https://www.gauge3.org.uk/

The Gauge 3 Society

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We are here to support and promote modelling in Gauge '3': Standard gauge railways running on 2½ inch gauge track.

https://www.gaugeoguild.com/

The Gauge O Guild

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The Guild exists to further all forms of railway modelling in 7mm. scale or O gauge track. With over 5500 members including over 500 outside the U.K. the Guild is a focus for O gauge modellers to meet, share and enjoy their mutual interest.

https://www.g1mra.com/

The Gauge One Model Railway Association

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Gauge One requires a track gauge of 1¾ inches (44.45mm) which is generally referred to as 45mm. In practice this means Gauge One models are from one to two feet in length (300mm to 600mm); 50% longer than O gauge models and 50% shorter than “3 ½ inch”. This in-between position means the hobby is influenced by both model railways and model engineering; at its best it takes the concern for prototypical system accuracy of the former and the authenticity of the latter..

https://www.ngaugesociety.org/

The N Gauge Society

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Our aim is to promote and develop all aspects of N gauge railway modelling

https://www.scalefour.org/

The Scalefour Society

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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.