Here a few links to some blogs and sites I find interesting.
Bickersgate – an 00 gauge layout set in Northumberland
Mark Branson – creator of Juniper Hill, one of my all-time favourite model railways
George Dent – one of Model Rail magazine’s modelling gurus
James Makin’s Workbench – modern image modelling at its finest, I always enjoy looking at James’ projects
Chris Nevard – ace photographer and model maker, as also seen in Model Rail
Oly Turner and Chris Matthews – 4mm finescale modelling
Ouse Valley Modelling – 4mm modelling about Sussex railways
Phil’s Workbench – the workbench of BRM’s Phil Parker
Paxton Road – the model railways of James Hilton
Playing Trains – a multitude of narrow gauge scale models by Bob Hughes
West Halton Sidings – a 4mm layout currently in the planning stages by James Wells
Wood End and Beyond – the blog of renowned narrow gauge modeller Chris Ford
09 Modeller – the blog of Colin Peake, chronicling his many small layouts and dioramas
MRL Forums – a small but friendly forum where I’m a moderator – come and have a look.
RMWeb – I’m a infrequent poster but there is lots of inspiration on here.
Great Coles Wood Halt – a Chris Nevard commission that provided the impetus for Little Lawley.
Juniper Hill – by Mark Branson, a quite stunning micro
Roath Minor – class 37’s in a crate, something quite niche by Marc Smith
Terminus – all change! – Dave Carson’s charming tram-based micro
Wells Green TMD – great layout and an amazing range of well-modelled traction
ModelSigns4u – free signage for your model railway, designed by good friend, Jack Bowley
Severn Valley Railway – one of the UK’s premier heritage lines in nearby Bridgnorth.
Telford Steam Railway – a local heritage line where I enjoy a ride behind Rocket. My under construction layout ‘Little Lawley’ is based on the line’s northern terminus