NEB&W Links to Related Sites
From NEB&W Railroad Heritage Website
- Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Collection - Some 1,600 color photos and over 164,000 black and white photos on are posted on this site, all dating from the late '30's into 1943.
- National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) - And they have one of the most complete sets of links, so if you don't see what you are looking for here, try this site.
- Ian Cranstone's Canadian Freight Car site and list of all North American reporting marks from 1923 to the present.
- US Geological Survey Aerial Photos c. 1990's. (Great for layout planning.)
- Modeling Magazines Index - great search tool for finding an article in a past issue.
- Historical American Engineering Record, aka HAER.
- Joseph A. Smith Collection - Tons of historical railroad photos.
- Tony Cook's HO Scale Trains Resource - Providing prototype information about all the ready-to-run models.
Delaware & Hudson Railroad
Rutland Railroad and Railroading in Vermont
- Remembering The Rutland - A good place to start and to find links to other sites.
Other Organizations, Clubs and Historical Societies
- The 470 Club - Founded to commemorate the last run of steam loco no. 470, it has developed into a general historical society with collections of both prototype railroad equipment (on display at North Conway, NH) and photo archives of New England railroading.
- American Rails - Informational guide to American railroading covering all aspects of the industry.
- Burlington Route Historical Society - about the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad.
- Canadian Freight Cars - an extremely complete all-time roster for Canadian roads (including private owners) and also any US subsidiaries such as Central Vermont, all painstakingly compiled by Ian Cranstone.
- Canadian Freight Cars - Info on post-steam freight cars.
- Central Operating Lines, Ltd. - An operating Lionel club, located in Ronkonkoma (Long Island), NY. They have a 35-foot by 55-foot operating command control Lionel layout with four mainlines, passenger yard, and an engine terminal. They also have a meeting room, and over 50 members. They are open to the public every Friday evening (8 pm to 11 pm) and also on special Open-House dates. They also run 6 Swap Meets a year at the Bingo-Hall in Bohemia, NY (dates & directions on webpage).
- Chesapeake and Allegheny Live Steamers (Live Steam)
- Chicago & North Western Historical Society
- Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Modelers Page
- Franklin & South Manchester, George Sellios' masterpiece creation.
- Freight Car Mailing list - Tim O'Connor said to send a message with subject: "subscribe" to email@example.com: Richard Hosker is the list moderator and owner.
- The Fund for North Bennington, Inc. - Information about past and present North Bennington.
- Garden State Model Railway Club - HO scale in northeast New Jersey. A lot of railroad history.
- Geared Steam Locomotive Works - Dave Thomas's site for preserving and promoting information on North American built geared steam locos.
- Hagley Museum & Library - This is one of America's renowned outdoor museums (and the birthplace of the DuPont Co.) The library is famous world-wide for its collections on the history of American business and technology, and how this affected socity.
- HO Beer Car Collectors Web Site
- Hopewell Junction Model Railroad Club - A modular HO scale club modeling Hopewell Junction, NY as it looked in the 1920's.
- Long Island Model Railroad Engineers - A group of model railroaders currently constructing three of the largest prototype model railroad layouts in Suffolk County, New York. Their HO, HOn3 and N scale layouts are located in a new space of over 3500 square feet.
- Missouri Pacific Historical Society, also including the Texas & Pacific, the Chicago & Eastern Illinois, and other predecessors.
- Modern Tank Car Homepage - Tim Frederick's site is dedicated to show HO scale models that can be built from the limited kits and decals available.
- Mohegan Pequot Model RR club. Modular HO model RR club based out of southeastern CT.
- Mon Valley Railroad Club of West Virginia - They are building a 2,500 square foot HO scale layout in Morgantown, WV.
- NY Capital District Railfanning - Pictures taken around Albany, NY by NEB&W's President Corey Lynch.
- North Creek Rail Depot - restoring the North Creek station into a regional museum.
- Northern Virginia N-Trak
- Pendon Museum - Bill Badger said that U.S. modelers might find this English layout interesting. It is the model his friend Robin Harding is involved with. Badger said their modeling is considered the standard in the UK against which others are measured.
- Rob Schoenberg's PRR Freight Car Photo Gallery
- Puget Sound Model Railroad Engineers - Spectacular club layout.
- RailsUSA.com - all rail, all American internet search engine and directory.
- Reading Company Technical & Historical Society
- Rensselaer Country Historical Society - among other things, a wonderful collection of historic photos of Troy.
- South Shore Model Railroad Club - One of the oldest HO model railroad clubs, started in 1938, and currently working on a new layout.
- Southeastern Model Railroaders Forum (SMRF) - Designed to help fans of southeastern railroads with modeling and prototype information. - Dave Bott
- Steam Locomotives dot com - Extensive info on steam locos and rosters.
- THE Model Railroad Club
- Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway Historical Society
- TrainClub - The internet club for model trains. Owned and operated by model train collectors and operators. Free membership provides Classifed Ads, Auctions, Train Show Schedules, TrainTalk, Book Store, a Photo Gallery, Model Railroading News and more.
- TrainWeb - Rail Travel, Railfanning, Model Railroading, and the Rail Industry.
- Trainboard - Everything railroading at Trainboard.com. A bulletin board website that offers free registrations and a host of knowledgeable members.
- Trainorders.com - A large scale bulletin board with four major categories and a live chat room. Site also offer free registration.
- Transcontinental Railway Timeline by Jim Hill. The important dates centered around the building of the first transcontinental railroad in 1869.
- The Unofficial Micro-Trains Release Report by George Irwin. Lots of prototype information, too.
- Valley Ntrak of Connecticut - Valley N-Trak is group of model railroad enthusiasts promoting the N scale module concept as a viable operational system.
- Webville & Hypertext Railroad - All the links you could possibly want.
- Your Railroad Club Here - Your description, too.
- See this section.