Originally Euroscalemodels concentrated on attending shows and exhibitions, however we recently took the decision to open an on-line shop so, here it is and welcome to all modellers. We hope you enjoy your visit and will appreciate any feedback &/or comments (good or bad).
We concentrate of scenery products, electrical accessories, Oxford Diecast and building kits. Products also stocked are from Antex, Auhagen, Atlas, Busch, Dapol, DCCConcepts, Deluxe Materials, Faller, Fleischmann, Gaugemaster, Herpa, Hobbytrain, Hornby International, Jagendorfer, Kato, Kestrel, Kibri, Lemke, Lenz, Marklin, Mehano, Modeltech, Modelscene, Noch, Oxford Diecast, Piko, Pola, Preiser, Roco, Seuthe,Tasma, Tillig, TrainSave, TrainTech, Trix, Viessmann, Vollmer & Wiking.
Products not in stock can usually be obtained without delay – please contact us for further details.
Our team are all modellers themselves and will be pleased to offer advice where we can.
Hopefully, you will find our prices competitive and we appreciate your interests in our products.
PLEASE NOTE ; A relatively small selection of our products have “shelf-worn” packaging (due to being on our exhibition sales stand). The actual products have been protected by the packaging. If the product you have ordered is in this category we will contact you prior to dispatch to verify your agreement.
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Brian is an electrical engineer & HGV driver by profession. A lifelong modeller whose main interests are HO European outline, although he does have a modest LGB/Gauge 1 setup in the garden known as “BelmontBahnG”. Brian tends to specialise in the electrical & mechanical sides of modelling.
Pam has recently re-joined the team after a longish hiatus. Pam is an excellent modeller with a keen eye for detail and has built some of the kits ready to take their place on the new exhibition layout “BelmontBahn”.
Maggie – the ultimate authority. Maggie has been (un)fortunate to have been manacled to Brian for many years. Maggie provides a lot of input behind the scenes and generally keeps things (i.e Brian) in order.