RAILROAD SIGNALS of the U.S.
Models, Signals, Displays, Accessories, Etc
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Integrated Signal Systems
The fellows make some really nice custom crafted signals for the serious railroad modeler. I especially like their transit signals shown below!
http://www.integratedsignalsystems.com/signals/o-signals/ (the transit signals are on this page)
South Shore Specialists
If you are looking for models of the South Shore RR or other Northern Indian railroads, check out the following two sites:
Virginian Rwy Decals
If you are looking for accurate and scale Virginian decals for your equipment, the following fellows seem to be highly recommended by the guys on the Yahoo Virginian Group:
Bill Mosteller, P. O. Box 994, Herndon, VA 20172
Model Railway Services offers a decal set for Virginian diesels..... go to the Norfolk & Western Historical Society's commissary page
Wm. H. Becker of Havertown PA
This fellow makes reproduction bases and parts for various legacy signals. If you need to fix an old signal, give him a call.
Beautifully made models for your pike, he's in the process of having a new website set up as of this show in Timonium in April of 2014
Custom Model Railroads of Baltimore MD
Some nice buildings available in HO and N... a number of them are of Baltimore buildings.
Check out http://www.cmrtrain.com
Custom Display Cases of Dallastown PA
Nicely made display cabinets to keep the dust off your pride and joys, very reasonable prices to boot!
Model Railroad Stoneworks of Langhorne PA
Bridge Kits, Scenery Modules and Layout Design
Really nice bridges, gotta love the Starrucca Viaduct and the Rockville Bridge... where Thomas Viaduct?
Hunterline of Cambridge ON
Tunnels and Bridges
Wooden Tunnels, Openings, and Bridges, easy to assemble, and great looking.
Miller Engineering of New Canaan CT
Unique Lighting Products
Very cool EL (Electroluminescent) panels to jazz up your pike, they sold out of "Natty-Bo"!
Pictures from the Great Scale Model Train Show - Timonium MD 10APR2010 NEW 4-10-2010
The Baltimore Light Rail runs behind the fairgrounds, and we bought the thing on the right.
This engine kinda scares me, just like the New Haven GG1 I saw :-)
A couple of nice streetcar layouts from the East Penn Traction Club, and their first showing with the narrow gauge.
Various layout shots.
Last Modified 04-Oct-2016