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Links to Prototype and Model Sites of Interest.

AMRM Australian Model Railway Magazine   Great magazine to keep abreast with what is happening around Australia, model railway  wise.

Australian Narrow Gauge Web Exhibition  Narrow gauge modelling in Australia. With links to some good layouts and models.

Cooma-Monaro Railway NSW  Railmotor Preservation Group located on the Monaro, at Cooma NSW. Operating restored 42 foot CPH railmotors over the old railway north from Cooma.

Glenreagh Mountain Railway   Preservation group restoring NSWR rolling stock, including veteran steam locomotive 1919.

Lambing Flat Images of another well detailed NSW Railways HO model layout with interesting information and links.

Maybeneverrail  Wesley Gleeson's fotopics of various current rail activities in NSW. Many interesting links.

Minnipa, South Australia Railways  Phil Knife’s model layout based around the country town of Minnipa in South Australia and it’s railway operations.

New South Wales Railways Rolfe Bozier has lots of photographs, maps and information on the lines and infrastructure of NSW.  

NMRA World Wide Index Index to railway prototype and model sites around the world.

Railmotor Society Railmotor Preservation Group located in the Hunter Valley. History, diagrams and photos of the different Railmotors that were used on the NSW Railways.

Rail Serve Get on track with Rail Serve– Internet Directory, a comprehensive index.

Steam Era Models Supplier of finely detailed Australian Rolling Stock kits and components, including the ‘Black Beetle’ driving motor bogie.

TrainNet's Railway Links A huge, constantly updated site containing links to rail oriented pages from all over the world.


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Thank you for your visit to the Sapphire Coast Line and the Bombala Branch. 

I hope you have enjoyed this site as much as I did putting it all together. Model Railways is one of the hobbies that is carried forward from childhood and on through the third age. There is always something to learn from others and sharing ideas. 

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