The 7mm Narrow Gauge Association aims to encourage the modelling of
narrow gauge railways at a scale of or around 7mm to 1 foot (1:43)



Welcome to the 7mm Narrow Gauge Association website

Latest News

SWING Model Railway Show, Bognor Regis on Saturday the 17th of May

Come and see superb model railway layouts. For full details visit our website www.swing.model-railway.org.uk.

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Posted by chairman, 06 Apr 2014

South Downs Group Open Day Postponed

Please note that if you were planning to come to our Open Day on 1st March, this has had to be re-scheduled.

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Posted by webmaster, 27 Feb 2014

New Gallery Added

New Gallery of pictures of F.R.Station Tan-y-Bwlch has been added.

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Posted by members, 14 Feb 2014


Creek & Grone Railway
The Creek, Grone and Rattleswick Light Railway - Gerry Riggs. Picture © Nigel Auckland


Looking for a challenge, in a different scale and prototype gauge? Use the menu aside to explore our website and see what we offer. You may find our "What we do" page useful and informative.
If you like what you see, please fill in the appropriate application form accessed from the "Joining" page, and we look forward to seeing you at our Exhibition and Annual General Meeting, held every May. Members receive 6 all-colour magazines per year, and a regular newsletter "Narrow News" .
The magazine Narrow Lines contains articles on layouts, building kits and even the latest electronic special effects in the railway modelling world. You can see a sample copy online if you click on the link at the foot of the page.
Lastly, we maintain a diary of model railway events around the country, at which one or more of our members is exhibiting a layout - don't forget to tell us if you are one such.
If you attend one of these exhibitions, please do not hesitate to ask questions about modelling in 7mm Scale and the narrow gauge prototypes. Members will find all their regular features, including latest news in the Member's Area.

Click here for a sample copy of Narrow Lines (large file 17.3Mb)