16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers

Welcome to the Association of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers


With a growing membership of over 4,500 worldwide

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Recent Updates

Photo of the Week
Updated 28/05/2016

Shed Notices
Updated 20/05/2016

Useful Links
Updated 05/05/2016

Model of the Month
Updated 03/05/2016

AGM Minutes & Accounts
Updated 30/04/2016

Events Diary
Updated 18/04/2016

National Show
Updated 16/04/2016

SMT back numbers
Updated 16/03/2016

SMT index
Updated 14/03/2016

Introduction

Welcome to our site, this is the home for all those interested in the running of model Narrow Gauge trains of a suitable size and scale for use outdoors. The majority of our members run on tracks of 32mm or 45mm gauge (Gauge 0 and Gauge 1) and many operate with live steam locomotives.

"Tommy" the Roundhouse Alco, on the Sylvan Heights Tramway.

- Photo by Dudley Hubbard -

Our 'Photo of the Week' (above) is regularly updated with pictures provided by our members. Click the photo to zoom in, or you can view an archive of previous photos. If you have a photograph that you would like to be considered for a 'Photo of the Week' please email it to webmaster@16mm.org.uk

Please take some time to browse around our site using the buttons to the left and check back again soon for regular updates.


Model of the Month

Our Model of the Month for May is by Ric Collins, who describes building his 16mm scale model of the largest 2-foot narrow gauge steam locomotive to operate in North America.

Click on the picture below to read about Ric's model of SR&RL #23.

April 2016 Model of the Month

We are currently in need of more submissions for 'Model of the Month'! The page is open to all, so if you have a model (not only locomotives) that you would like to write about for a future month  then please contact the Association Webmaster at webmaster@16mm.org.uk.


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