Links Page

A selection of website's associated with 7/8" scale and 1.12ths. scale. All the web pages below contain usefull information as regards to materials usefull for converting and altering stuff to up-grade to 7/8" and 1.12th. scales.

Sierra Valley Enterprises supply 7/8" scale wheelsets with the proper wide wheel tread plus other castings

EMA Model Supplies have lots of modelling goods plus mouldings and castings plus tools.

Modelling Timbers has a wide selection of fitting's in resin and brass plus ships gear usefull in our modelling

Masonary stuff for a variety of scales INCLUDING 1.12th. scale.... which is no problem if your a 'Rubber-Scaler'!

EKP Supplies sell a amazing range of metal parts including B.A. screws and bolts

Model Fixings sell drills/taps/glue's/clips/bearings and tools

Expo Tools sell a wide range of tools and other modelling goods.

Macs Mouldings is a supplier of large scale modelling accessories

Uskin Models is run by John Besley in Devon and has good 7/8" scale castings.

Above you can see companies that are usefull for 7/8" Scale. (plus 1.12th. though its not much bigger a scale!!) Below are link's to active 7/8" scale railway's I though you might like to view....

This web page was checked on the 17th. May 2018 and all link buttons get you to the company or railway line that its meant to do! ...You may wonder why there is no... 'Guests Comment Page' ...featured??! The way I show my line with aged looking, care-worn stock seems to be at odds with the normal 'super-shiney' engine's and rolling stock on most 16mm and 7/8ths. garden lines. I do not want needless comments here on my way of modelling things....119+ THOUSAND hits cannot be wrong....can it??!......

Ferd Mels 7/8" scale forum (USA)...a very usefull forum!

Marty Johnson in the USA

Carl Brummer in the USA


There must be more?? 7/8" scale site's out there??!....Then again, maybe NOT!!....


Two different shots of my line, one of the last two wagons of the batch build I was doing. These are coal wagons with real coal loads being inspected by the staff and a pig! The other picture is of the garden side shot of the bare line emerging from all of the 'bloom'!

You are viewing the text version of this site.

To view the full version please install the Adobe Flash Player and ensure your web browser has JavaScript enabled.

Need help? check the requirements page.

Get Flash Player