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Postby The Fish » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:07 am

Another site for European standards some in English most German alled MOROP the Norms NEM standards for all model railway standars
http://www.morop.org/en/normes/index.html
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby Rich B » Tue Mar 23, 2010 11:20 pm

Dealer:

www.lokshop.de
The German dealer I use most times. Sells Tillig, Kuehn, Piko, Roco, Brawa and Guetzold TT items, plus assorted scenic makes. If you set up an account on the website you can view your order history, check the status of current orders (eg what is in stock and what is awaiting delivery), and once an order is despatched it also has a link to the tracking page (via DHL) of the delivery.

General Interest

www.bahnbilder.de
Railway pictures from around the world with strong German bias. Navigation is available in English, but not usually captions. Some pictures of model trains too.

www.railfaneurope.net
Pictures, stock lists and more relating to European railways
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby Dibbedabb » Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:01 pm

Rich B wrote:http://www.bahnbilder.de

Additionally there ist http://www.bahnvideos.eu/ for videos. Unfortunately german only, but with videos from all over the world.

Another interesting page for modern locomotives is http://www.railcolor.net/
Gives you information and news for some of the biggest european manufacturers (Siemens, Bombardier, Alstom, Skoda, Vossloh, Stadler) and their product lines, including repaints, detailled technical information on subtypes, paint schemes, locomotive orders, serial numbers, forum and much more. If you are looking for info about modern european locomotives, this is a very good source. Operated by a dutch man and completely in english.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:02 pm

Dibbedabb, Rich, and The Fish - thx - all those links have been added.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby CaTTwoman281 » Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:42 pm

How about http://steamfans.com/?

They sell cardstock sides for boxcars and the like, and have a variety of road-names available, including Beer Cars, for $2/set.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Mon Jun 14, 2010 10:31 am

Got it. thx!
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby gabbysuz » Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:58 am

Found this while searching for SNCF locos, a pretty nice review of weathered locos and conversions, although HO I know, but the techniques are the same. This forum has some TT topics, including one where some guys are trying to get a modeler deciding on either N or TT to join TT, kind of interesting. Maybe start a topic in the links section for general modelling techniques etc.. ?

http://stummi.foren-city.de/topic,25812,25,-roco-br44-weathered.html
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby ConducTTor » Fri Sep 24, 2010 10:22 am

gabbysuz wrote:Found this while searching for SNCF locos, a pretty nice review of weathered locos and conversions, although HO I know, but the techniques are the same. This forum has some TT topics, including one where some guys are trying to get a modeler deciding on either N or TT to join TT, kind of interesting. Maybe start a topic in the links section for general modelling techniques etc.. ?

http://stummi.foren-city.de/topic,25812,25,-roco-br44-weathered.html


Ummm, well that's ultimately just another forum. If it was a TT specific forum, I would add it to the links sticky. If it was a weathering specific site I would add it as well. A discussion on that forum's particular topic (the link above) or weathering in general should go under the Prototypes / Models section.
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Re: Link Suggestions

Postby 2-4-0 RENFES » Sat Sep 25, 2010 1:29 pm

:wave: Hi, My Name is Ignacio, from Spain. This is my first post, and I want contribute with two links.

http://www.30937.co.uk/

If you search about Spain, you can see that in the sixties our Material was a Living Museum :roll: Not like today , only High Speed :crazy:

http://picasaweb.google.es/carlos.lavag ... renfe1947#

An Inventory of RENFE (Spanish Railways) at 1947 (locos)

P.D. Excuse my English I have many mistakes :lol:
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Postby ConducTTor » Sat Sep 25, 2010 3:16 pm

Hello Ignacio! Spain huh? My dream is to live there one day...........

Do you model in TT? Does TT exist in Spain?
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