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Clubs, glossaries, museums, shops and much more......

...all of your model making needs from one site.


Whether your interest is radio control, control line, static scale, indoor flight or outdoor free-flight the aim is for this page to be the link to a whole raft of resources that will interest you, give you ideas or provide links to other on-line resources.

The gallery section is growing rather large with reviews of RTF and kits. The glossary is a great place to find snippets of information to help you with your model making.

Model Engineering

Model engines, glossary of terms that contains useful information and further links.

Tap clearance sizes, wire gauge, material properties and much more all listed in our glossary.

The 5 cylinder rotary steam engine now running on air - 5 Cylinder Story

Tools & Tool Reviews

New section dedicated to Tools and cross referenced to our glossary pages.

Read about glues and what to use to glue material A to material B.

...and now we have added a separate section reviewing Materials.

If you feel passionate about model making and want to write about what you′re doing then we would love to hear from you.

We welcome content from individuals, clubs, shops and manufacturers.

You can always drop me a line and discuss your idea,


Scale models, radio control and information associated with model boats.

There are some exquisite models that people have sent us pictures and details within our Boat Gallery section.


Model trains, scenery and a glossary of terminology.

If you would like to link to us using a banner then they are available here: banner links.


Scale models, radio control, glossary of terms and links to further sites of interest.


Dolls houses, scale models and glossary of architecture terms.

You could dive straight into our gallery pages to see what people are making in the world of model houses.


Scale figures to radio controlled tanks.

Arts & Crafts

Lots of model makers start at an early age building models from paper, cardboard and materials found around the house and developing skills. These skills are then often developed in different ways.

We have some pictures to colour in and a lovely simple felt bear to cut out and sew, great ways to get your children into crafts.