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These are interesting links to general Military pages on the internet. However, we also link to museum pages where available and provide links to clubs and shops on a reciprocal basis.
A meeting point for those interested in model making.
The french plastic modeller's association Association Maquettiste Varoise is happy to accomodate you on these some pages and wishes you a good visit.
We are the Avon Branch of IPMS (UK). We meet every 3rd Wednesday of the month at the BAWA club, Bristol, BS34 7RG @ 7.45pm. We are a very relaxed model club with members from Bristol and the surrounding areas. Please feel free to come to a club night.
Details of activities of the society, advice to collectors, annual show, diary of events, BMSS National Collection, meetings and branches, special interest groups and publications.
We model in 5" & 3½" gauge trains and have members who are interested in Astronomy (Building telescopes), traction engines, miniature firearms, clocks and many other subjects.
Main interests: vehicles, aircraft, figures, dioramas, fantasy & sci-fi, ships, wargames. Next show and contest August 21st-22nd.
Nos dedicamos al modelismo en general, aviones, barcos, vehículos militares, figuras, ciencia ficcción, autos, motocicletas, etc, en todos los materiales y escalas.
A non-profit organization run "By Modelers - For Modelers" with over 200 USA local chapters and international branches.
This is the official web-site for IPMS Denmark.
IPMS Milano is a section of the International Plastic Modellers Society supporting all scale modelling enthusiast in the Milan-Italy area and foreign modellers interested in Italian modelling subjects (mainly aircraft, AFVs, ships and cars). Visit our website!
The Club was originally formed as a scale model boat club. We now, however, cater for modelling of all types, not just for boats. There is a high level of interest in scale and non scale sail. We have an active steam group as well as a small nucleus of 'fast electric' members. The Club meets for sailing every Sunday morning at 11am on the lake in Wardown Park, Luton, Bedfordshire. The lake facility is brought to us by the kind offices of Luton Borough Council who take an interest in our activities and are always keen to assist our endeavours in every way possible.
The club has been formed by a group of dedicated modellers in order to encourage and promote the art of model making in all of its forms. We all have our own speciality in modelling but actively encourage all of our members to enhance their own field of modelling and to learn from other members modelling techniques. All of our meetings are very informal and friendly with plenty of good humour. We also attend various shows in order to promote the club. The School is also our meeting place for club nights and we have regular meeting twice a month on a Wednesday night. So if you would like to join a friendly active modelling club you are most welcome.
The Society has working exhibition layouts in 3.5mm scale, 4mm scale - both 00 (16.5mm gauge) and EM (18.2mm gauge) - and in 7mm scale (0 gauge). Our individual members also model in 3.5mm scale (HO gauge), in 4mm scale 00, EM and P4 (18.83mm gauge) and in 7mm scale. Our interests cover all British railways from the late 19th century to the present day. One of our specialties is the construction of accurate, working overhead and third-rail electrification systems. We have our own premises, with an extensive reference library. We are the organizers of the famous NOTTINGHAM East Midlands MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITION now staged over the third weekend each March.
All forms of plastic models are made by members of the club. Try one members own site if your are interested in cars Roman Tischer's pages.
We are an enthusiastic group of over 50 people of all ages with a shared passion for making and displaying scale models of Aircraft, Ships, Military Vehicles and many other forms of models. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month, at 7.30pm in Liston Hall, Liston Road, Marlow. Every Month, we show our latest creations, talk to fellow modelers and to learn new techniques from each other. We have friendly competitions every month, divided in to classes depending on type and size of the model, and Age of the builder. The monthly competitions lead to an annual competition in November, with the Trophies & Certificates being awarded in December. We look forward to welcoming you at our meetings! Please bring along any models that you are working on, or would like to get help or advice on.
The UKTank Club exists to promote & provide a home to 1/16th scale & larger radio control Model Tanks & their builders. We were formed on 1st October 2000.
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