Link Suggestions

Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:15 pm

The Links of interest will be a locked sticky that I will be updating. If you believe there is a link that should be included, please add it here.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby areibel » Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:23 am

http://www.ttscale.com , This site has a lot of info for American Prototype TT including a catalog of what is currently being produced.

http://www.3smr.co.uk , This site is primarily for 3MM scale, but has many useful items in 12 MM gauge as well as detail parts, accessories, etc.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:34 am

^^^ Added - thank you.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby member13 » Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:21 pm

There is another TT dealer in Pennsylvania. Due to family issues response at the moment is a bit slow but they'll get back to you if you email them. http://www.eurobahntrains.com
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby BTTB Fan » Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:12 pm

Good site describing Zeuke, BTTB, and Tillig models: http://www.zeuke.nl/

A nice page describing which DR/DB locomotives are appropriate for which trains (not TT-specific, but useful for Zeuke/BTTB/Tillig modelers): http://www.worldrailfans.info/Articles/Europe/GSuitableStock.shtml
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:21 pm

Thanks BTTB Fan, I totaly forgot about Zeuke.nl. The other site I've never seen before but it's something I've been looking for. Both have been added.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby member13 » Sun Jun 21, 2009 1:49 pm

I posted this in response to a question in the Layouts and Track Plans forum. This site has lots of track plans, etc. Maybe add to links? http://trackmap.net/
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Sun Jun 21, 2009 4:59 pm

Hmm, definately a lot of stuff there! I'll add it.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby Balu » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:10 pm

Several links to the TT manufacturers in Europe:

JAGO Modell: http://www.jago-modellbau.de - Nice model of German steam and electric rngined, and some other rolling stock. Models are $$$ expencive...
KRES Modell : http://www.kres.de/ - Some models of the commuter trains, and high speed disels.
PIKO Locks: http://piko.de/produkt_db/check.php?page=shop&grand_id=3&parent_id=17&sss=210 - Nice budget, hobby class models. Most of them available now in Eurotrainhobby.com
Deak TT Models: http://www.deakmodellsport.hu/ger_vasutmodellek_tt.php - Hungarian locomotives and railcars in TT Scale... Some in cooperation with JAGO, $$$
Kuehn TT: http://www.kuehn-modell.de/ - German manufacturer, german trains, nicely detailed, cheaper than Tillig, but difficult to find them in USA stores...
Roco TT: http://www.roco.cc/index.php?id=137 - Nice German, European and Russian models, Good Price-Quality Ratio. Could be easily found in USA, for example in eurotreinhobby.com
Tillig TT Bahn: http://www.tillig.com - Alpha and Omega of TT... Successor opf Zeuke, BTTB, have some models of from JATT and smaller producers
TT Model: http://www.tt-models.spb.ru/pro.htm - Russiam Passenger cars in TT scale, some German and CSD cars from Kruger, and some Russian freight cars. Attantion a lot of pages on Russian
Brawa TT http://www.brawa.de/nc/en/products/tt.html - this manufacturer has only 1 model in TT (BR-95) in two paintschems, but this is the kind of model you will be proud of...

Scaned TT Catalogs: http://as.rumia.edu.pl/tt/kat/katalogi.asp

Shops selling the TT Models in USA, Europe, Russia (something that I use and check often, if it is against phorum policy, I'll delete this links)

(USA) Eurotrainhobby: http://www.eurotrainhobby.com/ - PROs Nice shop, good communications and reasonable prices, and most importaint that this shop in USA! CONS - No USA TT scale trains so far.
(DE) Modelbahn Shop Sebniz http://www.modellbahnshop-sebnitz.de/ - I have never used that shop yet for buing trains, but use their web page as a news-page about ne models.
(DE) Lockshop http://www.lokshop.de - I have never used that shop yet for buing trains, but use their web page as a reference for a model price without european TAXes.
(CZ) Hobby Shop CZ http://www.hobby-shop.cz/en/index.php - Nice selection of eastern europe small series producers
(RU) SEMAPHOR http://www.semaphor.ru - Russian Shopp in Moscow, Please feel fre to use it if you can read russian.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:36 pm

Hello Balu and welcome to the forum! I'll have to pick and choose from the links. Some we already have (in the Links topic) and some I would ask that you remove. The ones for removal are retailers outside of North America. Part of the reason I set up this forum is to promote TT scale in the US, therefore it makes sense that only US based (and Canadian I guess.....) retailers should get promoted here. There are however several links that we've neglected to add which I will do shortly - thank you!
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