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Links to:
MODEL TRAIN CLUBS

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MODEL TRAINS
Location references to South Australian Rail Clubs.
• Miniature Steam Railways
• Australian National Institute Model Railway Club
• Model Engineers
• Railway Operators Groups
* etc
http://sacommunity.org/thesaurus/14836-Model_Trains

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SARMA - South Australian Railway Modeller's Association Inc.
We hold our monthly General Meetings Members are invited to bring models pertaining to the speaker’s subject, where appropriate, or simply models in general.
http://www.sarma.asn.au

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Model Railway Links
Links to most Australian Model Railway Clubs.
Railpage is a treasure cove of information With links to ideas, shops,event calendar etc.
https://www.railpage.com.au/forums?mode=post.single&id=500285

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Model railroading
is a hobby that involves a variety of components, and it is suitable for people of all ages. Enthusiasts can also learn useful construction and carpentry skills in the process of building the benchwork and track layout. Even artistic and electrical skills will come into play in the process of designing and building a model railroad.
Explore model railroad construction and layout options by visiting the links on this site:
https://www.titlemax.com/model-railroads-and-freight-cars/

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Welcome to the Australasian Region of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA).
The Region covers Australia, New Zealand and some Pacific Islands. The purposes of the Region are to promote, stimulate, foster, and encourage by all manner and means the art and craft of model railroading and the preservation of the hobby's history, science, and technology.
http://www.nmra.org.au

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Welcome to the Pacific Coast Region (PCR) of the NMRA.
When you joined the NMRA, you automatically became a member of the PCR and the division in which you reside. Use the table below to determine your division.
http://www.pcrnmra.org

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What Goes On At A National Model Railroad Convention?
The NMRA is divided into 18 Regions which cover the United States, Australasia, Canada and the British Isles. Whether you’re an NMRA member or not, take a look at our video to find out all the exciting things you can enjoy that will add a whole new dimension to your hobby!
http://www.nmra.org