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Links to: Model Train Clubs • Train Enthusiasts

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Location references to South Australian Rail Clubs.
• Miniature Steam Railways
• Australian National Institute Model Railway Club
• Model Engineers
• Railway Operators Groups
* etc
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SARMA - South Australian Railway Modeller's Association Inc.
We hold our monthly General Meetings Members are invited to bring models pertaining to the speaker’s subject, where appropriate, or simply models in general.

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Model Railway Links
Links to most Australian Model Railway Clubs.
Railpage is a treasure cove of information With links to ideas, shops,event calendar etc.
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Model railroading
is a hobby that involves a variety of components, and it is suitable for people of all ages. Enthusiasts can also learn useful construction and carpentry skills in the process of building the benchwork and track layout. Even artistic and electrical skills will come into play in the process of designing and building a model railroad.
Explore model railroad construction and layout options by visiting the links on this site:
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S.A. Retired Railway Employees Club Inc:
Our club is open to retired Persons of any department of any Railway System working in or through the state of South Australia (Including Transadelaide, Rail). Friend membership is offered to Friends of the Club who support the Club by their attendance and take part in the activities and who are introduced to the Club by a Full or Associate Member.

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Welcome to the Australasian Region of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA).
The Region covers Australia, New Zealand and some Pacific Islands. The purposes of the Region are to promote, stimulate, foster, and encourage by all manner and means the art and craft of model railroading and the preservation of the hobby's history, science, and technology.
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Welcome to the Pacific Coast Region (PCR) of the NMRA.
When you joined the NMRA, you automatically became a member of the PCR and the division in which you reside. Use the table below to determine your division.
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What Goes On At A National Model Railroad Convention?
The NMRA is divided into 18 Regions which cover the United States, Australasia, Canada and the British Isles. Whether you’re an NMRA member or not, take a look at our video to find out all the exciting things you can enjoy that will add a whole new dimension to your hobby!


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DCCconcepts itself revolves solely around model railways and the equipment, tools, techniques and special items that, combined with good information, a will to do it well and a little practice, make it possible to turn any model into something very special.
Junction Models
Junction Models has been one of Adelaide’s premier Model Railway Specialists for over 20 years. Our friendly team can offer you personal service and help solve all of your model railway needs, whether looking to upgrade to DCC, get started in the hobby or need supplies to scratch build scenery we are here to help.
Orient Express Model Railway Shop
our specialist supplier of everything for your model railway. We carry a huge range of equipment with many lines imported directly. European, Australian and American models and accessories at very competitive prices.
Ozrail Model Trains
Ozrail Model Trains has grown to become the largest Model Train store in South Australia of its type, offering Service and Repairs, DCC Installs and Advice, Layout Wiring and Fault Finding service. We also run regular In-store Workshops covering all aspects of the hobby.
Somerset Models
We have a wide and ever growing range of both N scale and HO Scale accessories for Model Railway.

Ground Up Scenery - A New Australian Company that has come on board which is currently manufacturing the Static Grass Applicator. They also provide a new range of Tree Armatures and a great new range of light weight ballast! Soon they will be branching into Static Grass as well.

Railways in South Australia

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Chris's Commonwealth Railways Information
This site is where you will find various bits of information about the Commonwealth Railways, Australian National Railways, Great Southern Railways and the South Australian Railways.
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South Australia's SteamRanger Heritage Railway
Operates a number of different heritage steam and diesel hauled tourist trains between Mt Barker in the Adelaide Hills, up over the crest of the southern Mt Lofty Ranges, down to Strathalbyn and on through the coastal holiday towns of Goolwa and Port Elliot to the tourist resort town of Victor Harbor.
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National Railway Museum, Port Adelaide
Take a journey into railway history at the National Railway Museum, Australia's largest railway museum with over 100 exhibits representing State, Commonwealth and private railway operators on the three major rail gauges used in Australia.
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Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society Inc:
Take a full-day or half-day trip aboard a restored steam or
heritage diesel train on the Old Ghan line between Port Augusta
and Quorn.
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Welcome to the
Southern N Scale Model Railway Club

Our club – the Southern N Scale Model Railway Club Inc., or SNSMRC – is dedicated to N Scale railway modelling and represents all facets of the hobby of model railroading.
Have a look around at the information we provide here, and if you aren’t sure what N Scale model railways are then check out our What is N Scale Model Railroading and Model Railway Systems pages. We will also be expanding our information pages over time, so make sure you check what is available under the Info menu. Or if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us via our Contact Us page.

Railways in Victoria

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Weston Langford Railway Photography
Documenting railways and related infrastructure since 1960
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Victorian Railways Rolling Stock
Assembled from the research conducted 1973 through 1990. Much material not colated. Used initially for support information for vehicles photographed. As it was quicker to collect info on all rolling stock than 'hunt and peck' the data covers rolling stock from 1886 onwards. New construction is complete from 1886 to the 1980's. Scrap and disposal data is complete to 1927, spotty to the 1980s.
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Mark Bau's VR
Frank Kelly was a giant of the Australian railway modelling fraternity and was a Master Craftsman par excellence at scratch building. Frank also was an enthusiastic supporter of this website and contributed a great deal to it over the years.