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- G1MRA Switzerland (www.g1mra.ch)
Swiss division of the Gauge One Model Railway Association catering to the interests of Gauge 1 enthusiasts including live steam, tinplate, electric locomotive fans and railwayana collectors; Reinach, Switzerland (Deutsch, Franšais, English).
- G&B Specialties, Inc. (www.gandbspecialties.com)
Manufacturer and distributor of quality railgear, track & signal materials to adapt highway vehicles for operation on standard railway track; subsidiary of Global Railway Industries Ltd.; Berwick, Pennsylvania, USA.
- G&G Trains (www.ggtrains.com)
Model trains only hobby shop offers Atlas, Aristocraft, Bluford Shops, Delux Innovations, Fox Valley, Kato, LGB, Micro-Trains, Red Caboose, Walthers and other model trains and accessories; Leslie, Michigan, USA.
- G Scale Train Station (www.gscalestation.com)
Model railroad hobby shop offers trains and accessories from LGB/ATS, Aristo-Craft, USA Trains, Bachmann, Piko, Pola, LGB ToyTrain, Model Power, Lionel, MTH, K-Line, Athearn, Atlas, Woodland Scenics, Phoenix Sound Systems, Elita, Schylling Toys, Thomas & Friends and much more; Waldorf, Maryland, USA.
- G-S Supplies, Inc. (www.gssupplies.com)
Manufacturer of G-S Hypo Cement, a precision adhesive perfect for model railroad use, plus magnifiers, professional precision tools, and holding devices; Rochester, New York, USA.
- G-Scale Society (www.g-scale-society.co.uk)
Founded in 1987, the Society caters to all modelers working in G Gauge; informal area groups meet to share modeling experiences and run their trains on other layouts; West Bromwich, West Midlands, England, UK.
- G-Spur.at (www.g-spur.at/start.asp)
Austrian online magazine for G Scale modelers running trains on 45mm rails; includes tips and techniques for your layout, including plants suitable for garden railways; it appears irregularly as an online publication at two quality levels, both in PDF format; Perchtoldsdorf, Austria (Deutsch).
- G-Wizz (www.g-wizz-group.org.uk)
Small group of friends who operate the G-Wizz Garden Railway display attending exhibitions around the country and operating their own exhibitions too whilst raising money for local charities; Fylde, Lancashire, England, UK.
- G T Carter Transport Books (www.gtcarterbooks.co.nz)
Rare and out of print books on railways, maritime and commercial vehicles; new books; books bought and sold, single copies or libraries; Gonville, Wanganui, New Zealand.
- GT Buildings (www.gtbuildingsmodels.co.uk)
Builder of good quality model railroad buildings and structures in 4mm and 7mm Scales; attends many local exhibitions to display his products; maintained by Geoff Taylor; Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, UK.
- GATR Works (www.gatrworks.com)
Manufacturer of flashing end of train devices (FRED) for N and HO Scale; includes kits using reed switches to turn the FRED on and off with a magnet; Lee's Summit, Missouri, USA.
- GATSME Lines Model Railroad Club (www.gatsme.org)
HO Scale club of railroad historians who are building a museum quality representation of railroads in the 1950's; members have studied architecture, geology, engineering, history and prototype railroads with the result being an incredible miniature world; Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania, USA.
- GATX Corporation (www.gatx.com)
Railcar leasing services for shippers, industrial users, and Class 1, regional and short-line railroads; offers a fleet of over 164,000 railcars and approximately 660 locomotives for lease; Chicago, Illinois, USA.
- GB Rail Rover Guide (www.railrover.org)
Up to date list of rail rovers and rangers covering England, Scotland and Wales; search for them by name or area; each has a description with prices, route maps, train operating companies, time restrictions, where to buy and web links; a rover is a ticket in the UK that allows unlimited travel on any operating company over a set route, for a certain period of time, at certain times; a ranger ticket allows unlimited travel on one operating company over a set route, for a certain period of time, at certain times; Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, UK.
- GB Railfreight (www.gbrailfreight.com)
Rail freight hauler established in 1999 to provide rail services that include intermodal, bulk traffic, construction materials, petrochemicals and general commodities; London, England, UK.
- GB Train Shop (www.railtycoon.com)
Full service model train shop offers O, S and Standard Gauge model trains, track and accessories; authorized Lionel, MTH, Railking, American Flyer and Williams dealer; will accept trade-ins; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA.
- GC & CD Railway (www.gccdrailway.org)
OO Scale British timetable-driven model railway (since 1982) based on British prototype from the 1920's to the late 1950's with a combination of early diesel locomotives and older steam era locos; operates freight using a computerised waybill generating system called FTRACK; Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
- GC Railway, Nottingham (18.104.22.168/railways/GCRN)
Offers over 10 miles of ex-main line heritage railway running through South Nottinghamshire and North-West Leicestershire; operates with historic diesel and steam locomotives from Ruddington to Rushcliffe Halt (at East Leake) and Loughboroug; has a Facebook Page; maintained by William J. Bryant; Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands, England, UK.
- GCLaser Innovations (www.gclaser.com)
Specializing in laser-cut micro-plywood railroad structure and detail kits in Z, N, HO, S, O and T Scales plus a line of tools and accessories; Genoa City, Wisconsin, USA.
- GE Transportation Systems (www.getransportation.com)
Global technology leader and supplier to the railroad, marine, drilling, wind and mining industries; provides freight and passenger locomotives, railway signaling and communications systems, information technology solutions, marine engines, motorized drive systems for mining trucks and drills, high-quality replacement parts and value added services; has a Facebook Page; Erie, Pennsylvania, USA.
- GFA Rail Services, Inc. (www.railservices.com)
Unloading terminals and trucks provide transloading and drayage for rail moves to non-rail served customers in Florida; Fort Myers, Florida, USA.
- GHB International (www.ghbintl.com)
Offers power trucks for the O Gauge Corgi Die Cast PCC trolleys in three power truck styles; makes it very easy to convert the Corgi static model into a fully operating O Gauge trolley model; Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.
- GHH-Valdunes (www.ghh-radsatz.com)
Train wheels, wheel sets and axles for low-floor vehicles; owned and operated by GutehoffnungshŘtte Radsatz International Holding GmbH; Oberhausen, Germany (English, Deutsch, Franšais).
- GHQ Models (www.ghqmodels.com)
Manufacturer of wargaming products, automobiles, construction equipment, farm equipment, trucks & trailers in N and HO Scale; Shorewood, Minnesota, USA.
- GIFAS-ELECTRIC GmbH (www.gifas.at)
Provider of power supply junction boxes, switches, cables and lighting for the railway industry; Eugendorf, Austria (Deutsch, English).
- GIRO Inc. (www.giro.ca)
Develops and implements integrated software solutions for planning and managing transport-related operations that combines advanced operations research optimization techniques with powerful data management tools that bring tangible benefits; Montreal, Canada (English, Franšais, Deutsch, Espa˝ol).
- GJH Plant Company (www.gjhplant.co.uk)
Suppliers of 1:43 Scale rolling stock kits, buildings, small plant and road vehicles for the O Gauge modeler; Honingham, Norwich, England, UK.
- GLNX Fleet Services (www.glnx.com)
Provides out-sourcing services such as rail equipment leasing and fleet management for shippers and railcar owners; Woodlands, Texas, USA.
- GLR Distributors Ltd (www.modelmakingsupplies.co.uk)
Supplier of model engineering supplies that includes metals, drawings, castings, steam fittings, bogies, screws, rivets, solders, tools, oils, books and much more; Daventry, Northamptonshire, England, UK.
- GM&O Simulations (www.mstsgmo.com)
Add-on's for Microsoft Train Simulator, USA.
- GML Enterprises (www.thegmlenterprises.com)
Manufacturer of walk around throttles, fast clocks, parts & wire and meters for model railroads; Oxford, Michigan, USA.
- GO Transit (www.gotransit.com)
Canada's first, and Ontario's only, interregional public transit system, linking Toronto with the surrounding regions of the Greater Toronto Area; has a Facebook Page; Toronto, Ontario, Canada (English, Franšais).
- GPA Hobbies (www.gpahobbies.com)
Full line hobby shop carries most major lines of hobby merchandise plus G, HO, N, O and S Scale and tinplate trains; Crofton, Maryland, USA.
- GPS Video (www.gpsvideocanada.com)
Since 1987 has presented North American transportation fans with the best in transit films provided by respected members of the traction fraternity; all now available in DVD; although Ray Neilson passed away in 2005, the company lives on in his memory; participates in many train shows in Canada; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- GRS Micro Liting (www.grsmicroliting.com)
Source for model railroad lighting and special effects, Rochester, Minnesota, USA.
- GTF (www.gtf.be)
Tourism blog for the promotion and operation of European rail travel; maintained by GTF asbl Belgian Group; has a Facebook Page; LiÚge, Wallonia, Belgium (Franšais).
- GWR 3862 (www.3862.com)
Story of this Great Western Railway steam locomotive, built in 1942, that was saved from the scrap yard and restored; site provides photos, official drawings, news and history; Bilton, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK. (Note: slow loading Java content.)
- GWR 4150 Fund (www.4150.org.uk)
Official website with updates on the progress being made on the restoration of this very versatile Great Western steam locomotive for use on the Severn Valley Railway; Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, UK.
- GWR 5029 Support Group (www.5029nunneycastle.co.uk)
Dedicated to the restoration and maintenance of this Great Western Railway Castle class steam locomotive; the Nunney Castle was saved from the scrap yard at Barry in 1976 and underwent a heavy general overhaul in 2005, returning to mainline activity in 2008; has a Facebook Page; Didcot, Oxfordshire, England, UK.
- GWR 7202 and 3822 (www.baldric.plus.com)
Restoration efforts by volunteer members of the Heavy Freight Group (The Mob) at Didcot Railway Centre; meets on the second Saturday of every month; Didcot, Oxfordshire, England, UK.
- GWR Broadway Extension (www.broadwayextension.co.uk)
Unofficial engineering website of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway's 4.5 mile track extension to the Cotswold village of Broadway; Broadway, Worcestershire, England, UK.
- GWR Helston (www.users.waitrose.com/~gowenkj)
3mm Scale model railway layout based on the Great Western Railway in southern England in the 1946-49 time period; Helston, Cornwall, England, UK.
- GWR Modelling Site (www.gwr.org.uk)
Provides information, inspiration and showcases for modelers of the Great Western Railway; helps promote modeling of a very special railway; maintained by Russ Elliott; Southend-On-Sea, Essex, England, UK. Web Gem Award recipient.
- Gadget Tom's Hobby (www.gadgettom.com)
Gadgetry for the model train enthusiast specializing in DCC products for HO and N Scale, Soundtraxx, NCE, Digitrax, Lenz, including DCC ready and DCC decoder equipped engines and model train supplies; Elk Grove, California, USA.
- Gadsden-Pacific Division Toy Train Operating Museum (gpdtoytrainmuseum.com)
Provides the public with an interactive museum of operating toy train layouts and displays; has a Facebook Page; Tucson, Arizona, USA.
- Gagnon, Inc. (www.gagnon-inc.com)
Designs, installs and maintains high temperature refractory and corrosion resistant linings including the high tech arch bricks for the former Milwaukee 261; St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
- Gainsborough Model Railway (www.gainsboroughmodelrailway.co.uk)
Product of the model makers art depicting The East Coast Main Line from Kings Cross to Leeds Central in O Gauge; covering 2,500 square feet with 1,200 feet of main line track; Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England, UK.
- Gaithersburg Community Museum (www.gaithersburgmd.gov/museum)
Located in the restored 1884 B&O Railroad Station complex; features educational exhibits and programs designed to spark visitors' interest and imagination in the city's history; Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.
- Galesburg Railroad Days (www.galesburgrailroaddays.org)
Official site of the annual Illinois railroad festival held every fourth weekend of June that salutes the railroad's contribution to the development of the city; Galesburg, Maryland, USA.
- Galesburg Railroad Museum (www.galesburgrailroadmuseum.org)
Features static displays, library reading room, railroad memorabilia and special events for visitors; Galesburg, Illinois, USA.
- Galleria Baumgartner (www.galleriabaumgartner.ch)
Photographs of Bruno Baumgartner's vast collection of European railway models; Mendrisio, Switzerland (Italiano, English, Deutsch, Franšais).
- Gallery of Russian Locomotive Models (railroad.mnc.ru)
Nikolai N. Molchanovo's collection of photos of Russian prototype HO and TT Scale locomotives, passenger & freight cars and structures manufactured by Piko, Roco, Fleischmann, Marklin and Hornby; Moscow, Russian Federation (Russkiy Yazyk).
- Gallery of Transportation (www.galtran.com)
News and information site concentrating on quality 1/32 Scale Gauge 1 railway happenings; maintained by Bill Box; Coral Gables, Florida, USA.
- Gallitzin Tunnels Park & Museum (www.gallitzin.info)
Three tunnel complex (New Portage and Allegheny built in 1854, Gallitzin built in 1904) on Norfolk Southern's main line through Pennsylvania; Gallitzin, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Galloping Goose Historical Society (www.gallopinggoose5.com)
Preserves, restores and operates the Rio Grande Southern Railroad, real property, historical sites and buildings; Dolores, Colorado, USA.
- Galveston County Model Railroad Club (www.gcmrrc.org)
Bringing together modelers of all scales interested in expanding their knowledge and modeling abilities; operates three main lines independently in a continuous non-stop loop; Texas City, Texas, USA.
- Galveston Railroad (GVSR) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/galveston_railroad)
Class III 38-mile short line freight railroad serving the Galveston Port Authority and interchanging with BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad; commodities transported include chemicals, food and feed products and machinery; acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. in 2005; Galveston, Texas, USA.
- Galveston Railroad Museum (www.galvestonrrmuseum.com)
Large collection of steam & diesel locomotives, freight cars and passenger cars; O Scale model railroad; has a Facebook Page; Galveston,Texas, USA.
- Gandy Dancer Hobbies (www.gandydancerhobbies.com)
Small mail order hobby supply company specializing in craftsman style kits as well as affordable model railroad supplies and vehicle detail parts, all in HO Scale; Belmont, New Hampshire, USA.
- Garden City Western Railway, Inc. (GCW) (www.pioneer-railcorp.com/gcw.html)
40 mile long shortline operating (since April 29, 1999) the former Garden City Western Railway, Inc. (GCW) in southwest Kansas; primary commodities include grain, frozen beef, fertilizer, farm implements, feed products and utility poles; wholly-owned subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp; Garden City, Kansas, USA.
- Garden Metal Models Inc. (www.gardenmetalmodels.com)
Manufacturer of G Gauge deck girder bridges, catwalks and piers for garden railroads. Sykesville, Maryland, USA.
- Garden Rail (www.atlanticpublishers.com/magazines/garden-rail)
British magazine covering all aspects of outdoor model railways; published monthly in both print and digital editions by Atlantic Publishers; North American subscriptions via Carstens Publications Book Store, Newton, New Jersey; Bourne, Lincolnshire, England, UK.
- Garden Railway Centres (www.gardenrailwaycentres.info)
Supplies G and 16mm Scale models for indoors and outdoors use; most of the models are based on narrow gauge prototypes from America or Europe; has a Facebook Page; Cheltenham, England, UK.
- Garden Railroading Primer (www.hallas.com)
G Gauge garden railroad inspired by the German Spreewaldbahn narrow gauge steam railway; Lyndby, Denmark.
- Garden Railway Gizmos (www.gardenrailwaygizmos.com)
Model railway hobby shop offering a large variety of small accessories for the G Gauge modeler; Wichita, Kansas, USA.
- Garden Railway Specialists (www.grsuk.com)
Offers a range of garden railway products that includes G45 track systems, flexi- and setrack from LGB, G64 flexi-track, two 16mm plastic flexi-track systems from Tenmille and Peco, plus trains from Bachmann, Aristocraft, Accucraft, U.S.A. Trains, MDC and more; Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, England, UK.
- Garden Railways Magazine (grw.trains.com)
Dedicated to large scale outdoor model railroading for more than 25 years; shows you how to build your dream railway plus review the latest G and large scale trains from LGB, Bachmann, Aristo-Craft, Accucraft and others; has a Facebook Page; published by Kalmbach Publishing Co.; Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA
- Garden State Central Model Railroad Club (www.gardenstatecentral.com)
Founded in 1963, this multi scale club is active in exhibiting at model railroad shows and other events and offers merchandise with the club logo for sale; Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA.
- Garden State Model Railway Club (www.gsmrrclub.org)
HO Scale club founded in 1957, dedicated to preservation, expansion and education of both model railroading and prototype railroading; maintained by Robert Savino; North Haledon, New Jersey, USA. Web Gem Award recipient.
- Garden Texture (www.gardentexture.com)
Supplier of over 300 G Gauge building kits, bridge kits and accessories for the garden railroader, diorama builder and miniaturist; Canton, Georgia, USA.
- Garden Trains Association (www.gardentrains.org)
G Gauge garden railroading interest group provides tips, videos, information, sources, local clubs roster and articles of interest for outdoor garden railroad modelers; Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA.
- Gardendale Railroad, Inc. (www.gardendalerail.com)
Class III shortline railroad subsidiary of Ironhorse Resources (www.ironhorseresources.com); located in LaSalle County in the middle of the Eagle Ford Shale and midway between Laredo and San Antonio and interchanges with Union Pacific in Gardendale; able to interchange multiple 100+ car trains or provide catered manifest (single car) service to any industry along its tracks; Gardendale, Texas, USA.
- Garfield-Clarendon Model Railroad Club (www.garfieldcentral.org)
HO Scale model railroad club maintains and operates a double tracked mainline, 7 staging tracks, passing sidings and a yard with 13 tracks, roundhouse and engine terminal; Chicago, Illinois, USA.
- GarGraves Trackage Corporation (www.gargraves.com)
Manufacturer of a extensive line of sectional track (including O-42 & O-72 curves), switches, uncouplers and uncoupler/unloaders for O, STD, S & #1 Gauges and the Phantom Line of O Gauge Track; has a Facebook Page; North Rose, New York, USA.
- Garratt Locomotives -- a Complete List (users.powernet.co.uk/hamilton)
List contains specifications and detailed information, books, photographs and more about this locomotive; presented by Gavin Hamilton; UK
- Garrison Model Railway (millport.org/what-to-see/model-railway)
Founded in 2006; models in OO Gauge on a 20 by 11 foot layout with 350 feet of track and operating 16 trains; runs Bachmann equipment with a few Hornby with digital controls; Millport, Scotland, UK.
- Gartenbahn Profi Magazine (www.gartenbahnprofi.de)
Popular garden railway special interest magazine for the discerning model railroader; comprehensible and easily readable text edited by professional journalists with detailed illustrations, independent reviews and high information density; Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Deutsch).
- Garw Valley Railway Company (www.walesrails.co.uk/bvrs.html)
Heritage railway, previously known as the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, aims to reclaim and preserve the standard and narrow gauge railway history of Barry Island; Pontycymmer, Wales, UK.
- Gary Hollow (www.garyhollow.com)
Book written by Alex Schust that traces the history of Gary Hollow, West Virginia, its communities and the 28 commercial mines found on the Tug Fork Branch of the Norfolk & Western Railway; while the book is predominately about how United States Coal & Coke Company built the largest coal mining operation in the world, each community and mine is covered from Havaco to Jenkinjones; published by Two Mule Publications; Harwood, Maryland, USA.
- Gary Raymond Metal Wheels (www.audiomobiles.com/trains/trainwheels.html)
Manufacturer of quality Large Scale metal wheelsets providing cleaner track, easy installation, better rolling trains, "clickety-clack" sound and a more realistic appearance; reliable on all brands of Large Scale track; also uses www.trainwheels.com; Thousand Oaks, California, USA.
- Gary L. Sturm's RR Radioman Home Page (www.rrradioman.com)
Railroad frequencies (Fort Wayne area railroads) and Indiana railfan photos; maintained by Gary L. Sturm, railfan, model railroader and Extra Class Amateur Radio Operator: N9IJB; Leo, Indiana, USA.
- Gas Cupboard Models & Hobbies (www.gascupboard.co.uk)
Full line model and hobby shop features model railway products in OO Gauge, N Gauge and 009 narrow Gauge, as well as tools, scenery products, books and magazines; Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England, UK.
- Gateway Model Railroad Club (www.gatewaymodelrr.org)
Models the Jersey Coast Line, 1958 to present day; Brooklawn, New Jersey, USA.
- Gateway Rail Services (www.gatewayrailservices.com)
Provides minor updates, collision repairs and complete rebuilds; mechanical, electrical, air conditioning, interiors and exteriors for railroad passenger cars; Madison, Illinois, USA.
- Gatwick Express (www.gatwickexpress.com)
Owned by National Express with a staff of 300, this railway helps over 5 million travellers make the journey between London and Gatwick; has a Facebook Page; London, England, UK (Espa˝ol, Italiano, Franšais, Deutsch, English).
- Gauge O Guild Limited (www.gauge0guild.com)
Aims to further all forms of railway modeling in 7mm Scale and on O Gauge track; provides the opportunity for O Gauge modelers to meet and share their interest; Reading, Berkshire, England, UK.
- Gauge 1 Model Company (www.g1m.co.uk)
Gauge 1 model railway trains and accessories that includes Mallards, Coaches, wagons, and tankers; ships to Australia and New Zealand plus the United States and Canada; Chatham, Kent, England, UK.
- Gauge One Gallery (www.gaugeonegallery.com)
Specializes in selling and supporting model trains and accessories made for use on Gauge One (45mm) track from manufacturers such as AristoCraft, AMS, USA Trains and Bachmann; Balmain, New South Wales, Australia.
- Gauge One Model Railway Association (G1MRA) (www.gaugeone.org)
Caters to all scales using the 45mm track gauge; publishes the "Project" Book; welcomes all approaches that enrich the hobby and fosters tolerance and co-operation amongst members; Freckenham, Suffolk, England, UK.
- Gauge '3' Society (www.gauge3.org.uk)
G3 was one of five standard model gauges recommended by a sub-committee of the Society of Model Engineers in 1899 (2½ inch gauge); this group began in 1990 to promote the building and running of scenic G3 model railways; members build and run steam powered or battery powered electric locomotives; Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England, UK.
- Gaugemaster & The Engine Shed (www.gaugemaster.com)
Model railway hobby shop carries names like Hornby, Airfix, Kato, Fleischmann, Noch, and Preiser, plus a wide range of accessories in most scales; has a Facebook Page; Arundel, West Sussex, England, UK.
- Geared Steam Locomotive Works (www.gearedsteam.com)
Preserving and promoting information on North American built geared steam locomotives such as those from Baldwin, Bell, Byers, Climax, Davenport, Heisler, Shay and Williamette; Eagan, Minnesota, USA. Web Gem Award recipient.
- Gebr. FALLER GmbH (www.faller.de)
Manufactures a complete line of model railway products in HO, TT, N, Z and G Gauges; GŘtenbach, Baden-WŘrttemberg, Germany (Deutsch, English, Franšais, Nederlands, Italiano, Espa˝ol).
- Gebr. Fleischmann GmbH & Co. KG (www.fleischmann.de)
Model railroad manufacturer founded in 1887 as a toy company; produced their first model train in O Scale in 1949, HO Scale in 1952 and N Scale in 1969; has a Facebook Page; Heilsbronn, Bavaria, Germany (Deutsch, English, Italiano, Franšais, Espa˝ol).
- Gecomodel (www.gecomodel.com)
French prototype locomotives in HO Scale and Large Scale; Cuers, France (Franšais, Deutsch).
- Geismar Modern Track Machinery (www.geismar-mtm.com)
Offers a line of track maintenance products that includes track cranes, carts, trolleys and trailers, cantenary equipment and other specialized equipment; Elgin, Illinois, USA.
- Gemperfilm Productions (www.gemperfilm.com)
Random ramblings of an HO Scale model railroader and railfan that includes photos of his layout and notes on what has been learned, plus information about his bicycle and photography hobbies; Ashland, Massachusetts, USA.
- Gene's Railroad Depot (home.comcast.net/~nh370)
Collection of railroad images put together for no particular reason other than to have a place to point people when they ask about his train (prototype & model) hobbies and the photography of those trains; maintained by Gene Fusco; USA.
- General Cable (www.generalcable.com)
Leader in the development, design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of copper, aluminum and fiber optic wire and cable products for the energy, industrial, specialty and communications markets including Polyrad® XT flexible rapid transit and locomotive wire and cable; has a Facebook Page; Highland Heights, Kentucky, USA (English, Espa˝ol, Franšais)
- General Code of Operating Rules (GCOR) (www.sdrm.org/faqs/rulebook/forward.html)
Unofficial scan (from the San Diego Railroad Museum) of the third edition (effective April 10, 1994) of the rules that govern the operation of trains in the United States.
- General Code of Operating Rules (GCOR) (www.utu1904.com/files/Download/GCOR%202005.pdf)
PDF of the rules governing railroad operations in the United States; Fifth Edition effective April 3, 2005; © 2005 General Code of Operating Rules Committee; provided online by the United Transportation Union; Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
- General Microfilm, Inc (www.general-microfilm.com)
Specializes in accident, incident reports from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); houses or can obtain information involved in determining the probable cause of an accident that has been investigated by NTSB or the FAA; Martinsburg, West Virginia, USA.
- General Motors Export Page (emdexport.railfan.net)
Larry Russell's collection of General Motors locomotive photographs from around the world; Parksville, British Columbia, Canada.
- General Signals, Inc. (www.generalsignals.com)
Manufactures railroad crossing electronic bells, LED crossing lights, gate lights, gate arms and cross bucks; Evansville, Indiana, USA.
- Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (www.gwrr.com)
Owns and operates short line and regional freight railroads in the United States, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium plus the Tarcoola to Darwin rail line linking the Port of Darwin to South Australia; owns 111 railroads (including 45 formerly owned by RailAmerica) with more than 15,000 miles of owned and leased track, 4,500 employees and over 2,000 customers; provides rail service at 17 ports in North America and Europe and performs contract coal loading and railcar switching for industrial customers; Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
- Genesee & Wyoming Australia Pty Ltd (GWA) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/australia/genesee_wyoming_australia)
Owns nearly 5,000 kilometres of track in South Australia and the Northern Territory, including the 2,200-km Tarcoola-to-Darwin railway formerly operated by the AustralAsia Railway Corporation; accredited rail-service provider in six states (all but Tasmania); provides intrastate haulage of bulk commodities including grain, steel, gypsum and minerals as well as short-haul shunting and terminal operations; acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. in 2006; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
- Genesee Valley Transportation Company, Inc. (GVT RAIL SYSTEM) (www.gvtrail.com)
Initiated operations in 1985 in upstate New York; regional system operating more than 300 miles of rail lines in New York and Pennsylvania with a fleet of thirty locomotives, eight terminals and the Batavia Transload Warehouse at Lancaster, NY; subsidiary railroads are the Depew, Lancaster & Western, Falls Road, Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern and Delaware-Lackawanna; Batavia, New York, USA.
- Geno Dailey's Conrail Chicago Line (www.trainweb.org/crcl)
Dedicated to railfanning Conrail, CSX and NS in western New York; includes photographs, train watching reports, a message board and links to other railroading sites; maintained by Geno Dailey; USA.
- Gensheet (www.gensheet.co.uk)
Collects and interprets, since 1985, train diversions weekly and publishes them here for public discussion; maintained by M. W. Wilson; UK.
- Geno Dailey's Amtrak Photo Archive (www.trainweb.org/amtrakpix)
Rail travelogues and photos from across America includes roster photos, scenic photos, trip reports and highlights, travel experiences, diesel photos, passenger car photos and baggage car photos, paint scheme guide and station photos; also uses www.passengertrainheaven.com; maintained by Geo Dailey; Buffalo, New York, USA.
- Geoff Gamble Railway Books (www.gg-books.freeuk.com)
Supplier, both new and quality second-hand books on railway modeling, buses, trams, trolley buses, Model Railway Journal back numbers; also other quality Wild Swan Railway books and magazines; Borough of Crawley, West Sussex, England, UK.
- Geoff Rail Pages (www.geoffspages.co.uk/grp)
Photographs, drawings and movies about British railways; maintained by Geoff Cryer; UK. Web Gem Award recipient.
- Geoff's Rail Diaries (www.geoffspages.co.uk/raildiary/index.htm)
Hundreds of good trips out, traveling by rail and/or observing railways, illustrated by photos (and in some cases video) recording over 40 years of change; maintained by Geoff Cryer; UK.
- Geoffrey Allison Model Railway Specialists (www.modelrail.freeserve.co.uk)
British model railway outlet offers Heljan, Hornby, Bachmann, Dapol, Lima and other new and used model railway equipment; Cheapside Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England, UK.
- GeoMetrix, Inc. (www.geometrix.ca)
Internet-based rail supply chain management service providing supply chain technology for the rail shipment industry; for companies shipping bulk commodities by rail, who are not satisfied with the level of service from railroad carriers; Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
- George L. Carter Railroad Museum (www.etsu.edu/railroad)
In memory of the builder of the Clinchfield Railroad; displays include historic prototype railroad memorabilia, toy trains and model railroading locomotives, rolling stock and structures; has three large operating layouts operated by the Mountain Empire Model Railroader Club; open Saturdays, 10 AM to 3 PM; Johnson City, Tennessee, USA.
- George Stephenson (www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/RAstephensonG.htm)
Biography about the designer of the first steam powered locomotive; London, England, UK.
- George Stephenson (www.netcomuk.co.uk/~sesmith/George.html)
Short history about the inventor of the steam powered locomotive; Wylam, Northumberland, England, UK.
- George Tebolt Train Parts Inc. (www.georgetebolt.com)
Specializing in Lionel pre war and post war replacement parts in O, O27, standard gauge, plus pre war American Flyer and Ives; Spencertown, New York, USA.
- George's Creek Railway (www.gckrail.com)
Class III shortline formed in March 2006; operates on former CSX trackage in the George's Creek Valley of Allegany County, Maryland, and performs 3rd party switching services at the NewPage Corporation paper mill; rosters seven locomotives, including six historic Western Maryland Railway units (one ALCO S-6, two GP-9's, one SD40, one SD38P (a rebuilt SD35), and one FA2), and a former Pennsylvania Railroad T-6 switcher; Luke, Maryland, USA.
- George's Trains Limited (www.georgestrains.com)
Model railroad specialists operating a full service hobby shop being founded by George Olieux in 1962; one of the largest and oldest established stores dedicated exclusively to model railroading in North America specializing in the sale, repair, and trade-ins of all makes and types of model trains in all scales; the online store now reaches world-wide, providing sales and service to enthusiasts as far away as New Zealand, Australia, Brazil, and Guam with customer referrals from shops like Harrod's in London, England; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Georgetown Loop Railroad (www.georgetownlooprr.com)
Narrow Gauge tourist steam railroad between Georgetown and Silver Plume through mountainous terrain, trestles, loops and curves totaling 3.1 miles; has a Facebook Page; Georgetown, Colorado, USA.
- Georgetown Rail Equipment Company (www.georgetownrail.com)
Creates cutting edge equipment for the railroad industry, providing innovative tools like hydraulic conversion kits for hopper gates, dump trains to handle aggregate, plus other equipment for railroads throughout North America; Georgetown, Texas, USA.
- Georgia Central Railroad (GC) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/georgia_central_railway)
Class III 171-mile short line freight railroad that interchanges with CSX Transportation, Heart of Georgia Railroad and Norfolk Southern; commodities transported include coal, chemicals, farm and food products, forest products, minerals and stone, plastics, and pulp and paper products; acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. in 2005; Macon, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia & Florida Railway, Inc. (GFRR) (www.omnitrax.com/railroads/georgia-florida-railway-llc.aspx)
Class III regional railroad is a network of approximately 264 miles of track commencing from its Albany, Georgia headquarters, and extending into northwestern Florida near the Gulf of Mexico; commodity mix is diverse with carloads split between wood pulp, beer, ethanol, agricultural commodities, limestone/ aggregate and a multitude of other commodities; customers include Miller Brewing, Southwest Georgia Ethanol, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and Buckeye Technologies; owned by OmniTRAX, Inc.; Albany, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Garden Railway Society (www.ggrs.info)
Founded in 1991 as an informal group of garden railroaders meeting each second Saturday at members homes; publishes a quarterly newsletter and displays at various local train shows; Cumming, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Northeastern Railroad Company, Inc. (www.gnrr.com)
Occupies the old Louisville and Nashville Railroad's "Hook and Eye" line and operates as a shortline between Marietta and Blue Ridge; Marietta, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Operation Lifesaver (www.georgiaol.org)
State Coordinator providing local area information about presentations, training and volunteer opportunities available; Operation Lifesaver Inc. is a non-profit international organization providing continuing public education programs to end collisions, deaths and injuries at places where roadways cross train tracks and on railroad rights-of-way; Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Passenger Rail Program (www.dot.state.ga.us/aboutGeorgiadot/board/documents/2008%20meetings%20presentations/april/passengerrail.pdf)
Slideshow in PDF describing the strategy for implementation, operational and capital funding to create a commuter passenger rail system in the metropolitan areas; intended to provide the foundation for a commuter rail backbone, state wide; Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Railroad Association, Inc. (www.georgiarailroad.org)
Railroad industry lobbyist organization for the railroads operating in the state of Georgia; has a Facebook Page; Canton, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Railroads, History and Heritage (www.railga.com)
Traces the growth of the state of Georgia's rail system from its earliest days in the 1830s to the present; maintained by Steve Storey; Suwanee, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Southern & Florida Railroad Historical Society (www.middlegeorgiarailroadassociation.com/gsf)
Founded in 2001 to preserve the historical significance of the Georgia Southern and Florida Railway; publishes the quarterly Suwannee River Route Telegraph newsletter; Warner Robbins, Georgia, USA.
- (The) Georgia Southern Railway Co. (GS) (www.pioneer-railcorp.com/gs.html)
Operates three segments of track in Georgia; the Perry to Roberta track operated is 30 miles, the Swainsboro to Midville track is 16 miles and the Meter to Dover track is 28 miles; principal commodities are sand, asphalt, plastics, lumber, grain, scrap, fertilizer and stone aggregates; wholly-owned subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp; Fort Valley, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Southwestern Railroad (GSWR) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/georgia_southwestern)
Class III 234-mile short line freight railroad that interchanges with CSX Transportation, Heart of Georgia Railroad and Norfolk Southern; commodities transported include aggregates, chemicals, ethanol, peanuts, food products, and scrap metal; acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. in 2008; Columbus, Georgia, USA.
- Georiga State Railroad Museum (www.chsgeorgia.org/Railroad-Musuem.html)
Also known as the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, this National Historic Landmark site is the oldest and largest existing nineteenth-century railroad operations complex in the nation; construction began in 1850 and thirteen of the original structures remain today; the Central Railroad handled freight, passengers, maintenance, and manufacturing at this single location; the complex is owned by the City of Savannah and has been operated since 1989 by the Coastal Heritage Society; five of the buildings house permanent exhibits, including the roundhouse with its operating turntable; visitors can see steam and diesel locomotives, rail cars, steam-powered machinery, model railroads, and a 126-foot brick smokestack with privies around its base; has a Facebook Page; Savannah, Georgia, USA.
- Georgia Woodlands Railroad, LLC (GWRC) (www.omnitrax.com/railroads/georgia-woodlands-railroad-llc.aspx)
Class III short line railroad serves Wilkes County, Georgia, transporting plastic pellets, wood chips, lumber, lumber products and petroleum gases on 17 miles of track; operates between Washington, Georgia and its connection with CSXT at Barnett, Georgia, and serves Burt Lumber, Berry Plastics, Pliant Corporation, Texon, and the Washington-Wilkes Industrial Park; provides regional logistics services to numerous other customers with bulk transfer-distribution and railcar storage; owned by OmniTRAX, Inc.; Washington, Georgia, USA.
- Georgians for Passenger Rail (www.georgiarail.org)
Represents community and business leaders statewide who believe that a fully developed passenger rail system is critical to keep Georgia competitive; committed to marshaling resources, engaging citizens and community leaders and supporting the efforts of other organizations that support forward-thinking transportation planning; has a Facebook Page; Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
- Geraldton & The Midwest Rail Gallery (geraldtontrains.tripod.com)
Focuses on Geraldton and the midwest railways in Western Australia and the rail scene in that area; maintained by Phil & David Melling; Geraldton, Western Australia, Australia.
- Gerard Huet Models (proto87.team.pagesperso-orange.fr/index2.html)
Manufacturer since 1993 of European prototype steam locomotives, passenger cars and freight cars following Proto:87 standards in HO Scale, European prototype steam locomotives in 1/43.5 Scale and North American prototype Z Scale locomotives; Templemars, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France (Franšais).
- Gerd's Model Railroad (www.gerds-modellbahn.de)
Imaginary American 127mm model railway features a short line called Bear Creek and the Nantahala Branch of the American Southern Railway in Graham County, North Carolina; maintained by Gert Ziller, B÷chingen, Germany (Deutsch, English).
- Gerflor SA (www.gerflor.com)
PVC flooring for metros, trams and trains; Tarare, France (Multiple languages).
- German Railroads (www.german-railroads.de)
Add-ons for Microsoft Train Simulator for German Railroads that includes the popular strategy guides plus the tools and updates needed for an enjoyable experience; Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Deutsch).
- German Railway Signals (www.sh1.org/eisenbahn)
Describes most of the signals, boards and signs that are being used by German Railways (Deutsche Bahn AG); maintained by Wolfgang Meyenberg; Elmenhorst, Vorpommern-RŘgen, Germany (English).
- German Steam (www.germansteam.info)
Southern Region Steam photos 1960-1964; German, Austrian & a few French steam loco photos from 1971 and South African Steam from 1979 to 1991; maintained by Bryan Benn; Leybourne West Malling, Kent, England, UK.
- German Steam Locomotives (germansteam.railfan.net)
Large gallery of German steam locomotive photographs; maintained by Hermann Weigl; Kelheim, Bavaria, Germany.
- German Steam Locomotive Performance (www.germansteam.co.uk)
News, photos & timing logs of German steam locos, mainly Pacifics, on Plandampf & Sonderzug; looks back at high speed & streamlined locos from Germany & elsewhere; maintained by Bryan Benn; West Malling, Kent, England, UK.
- GermaNTRAK - NTRAK German Division Association (www.germantrak.de)
Founded in 2000 to model North American prototype railroads to NTRAK standards, exhibit at fairs and events in Europe and provide a venue for sharing information about the hobby; maintained by Thorsten Schulz for the Board of Directors; Steinheim, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (English, Danish, Nederlands, Franšais, Italian, Espa˝ol).
- GermanTrains.com (www.germantrains.com)
New or used European model trains at discounted prices; Annandale, Virginia, USA.
- Get a Railroad Job (www.getarailroadjob.com)
Railroad conductor helps you get the same kind of job and benefits he had by sharing his experience and publishing a downloadable e-book (Railroad Jobs Guide) to help you answer questions correctly and make a better impression at the railroad hiring session; authored by Sean Martin; New Castle, Wyoming, USA.
- Gettysburg & Northern Railroad Co. (GET) (www.pioneer-railcorp.com/get.html)
25 mile long shortline operating (since February 20, 2001) the former Gettysburg Railway, Inc. (GBRY) and the Gettysburg Scenic Railway (GSRX) from Gettysburg to Mount Holly Springs, PA; primary commodities are canned goods, pulpboard, soda ash, grain, and scrap paper; formerly operated a scenic passenger operation, Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway; wholly-owned subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp; Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Getzner Werkstoffe GmbH (www.getzner.com/en)
Vibration and noise protection products for railway superstructures; has offices in Germany, Jordan, Japan, India and China; BŘrs, Austria (Deutsch, English, Japanese, Polski, Espa˝ol).
- (The) Ghan (www.greatsouthernrail.com.au/site/the_ghan.jsp)
Schedules, fares and bookings for this train between Darwin and Adelaide; has a Facebook Page; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (English, Japanese).
- Ghost Depot (www.ghostdepot.com/rg)
Web Sample of the Denver and Rio Grande Multimedia Adventure Kit on DVD, which claims to have "the largest collection of Rio Grande information ever assembled into one product"; contains information on the D&RG, D&RGW, RGW, RGS, and Moffat lines from 1871 to present; a product of Sandia Software; Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
- Ghost Train Nightmare (www.hrgiger.com/ghost.htm)
Story of how this Swiss artist (H. R. Giger) came to create his model Ghost Train idea; written by Les Paul Robley; Cremlingen, WolfenbŘttel, Lower Saxony, Germany.
- Ghost in the Tunnel (www.castleofspirits.com/tunnel.html)
Seven paragraphs recounting the 1916 story of a middle aged woman named Emily Bollard killed by a train as she walked through Redbank Range Tunnel; maintained by Liz Vincent; New South Wales, Australia.
- Ghost of Moonville (www.spikesys.com/Trains/moonvill.html)
Story of a railroad ghost known to many as the Moonville ghost with information on Moonville and the railroad. Moonville was located in the southeastern part of Ohio which is now part of the Zaleski State Park; maintained by Christopher D. Coleman; USA.
- Ghosts and Hauntings Along the Railways (www.paranormaldatabase.com/reports/rail_page.htm)
Guidebook to hauntings, ghost sightings, cryptozoology, ABCs, mythology, legends and other supernatural events along the thousands of miles of track extending across the United Kingdom and Irish rail networks; Woodbridge, Suffolk, England, UK.
- Gifts for Rails (www.giftsrr.com)
Railroad gifts & railroad specialty items, including railroad patches, railroad, automotive & military hat pins, T-shirts, hats, jackets, hat pins, railroad belt buckles, mugs, key chains and railroad memorabilia and collectables; Sparks, Nevada, USA.
- Gilbert American Flyer (people.rit.edu/tbbeqa/GAF.html)
Free online advice on AF repair; maintained by Tom Barker; Rochester, New York, USA.
- Gilbert's Hobby Shop (www.gilbertshobbies.com)
Full line dealer for Walthers and Horizon Hobby Distributors; stocks Athearn, Atlas, Accurail, Bowser, Life-Like, Proto-2000, K&S Metals and Structural Shapes, Evergreen, Plastruct, Hecki Scenery and Woodland Scenics; Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Gilpin Tramway (www.gilpintram.com)
Photos, history and documents about the tramway and the mills, mines and towns it serviced; Golden, Colorado, USA.
- Giltec Modelismo (www.giltecmodelismo.com.br)
Full service hobby shop that specializes in items for domestic and imported railway models in HO and N Scale; also carries locomotives with customized paint schemes; SŃo Paulo, Brazil (Portuguese).
- Gimota AG (www.gimota.com)
Supplies connectors used in various railway vehicles for high current feedings, conventional and electronic control systems; Geroldswil, Switzerland (English, Russkiy, Deutsch).
- Girdlestone & Associates (www.pgrail.co.za)
Designer, manufacturer and consultant of two foot steam locomotives, mechanical lubricators, rail and track parts, number plates and whistles; Umtentweni, South Africa.
- Gisborne City Vintage Railway, Inc. (www.gcvr.org.nz)
Latest news, upcoming excursions, history and restoration progress of our prized locomotive Wa165; Gisborne, New Zealand.
- Glacier Park Models (www.glacierparkmodels.com)
Manufacturer of S Scale model railroad equipment; Ukiah, California, USA.
- Glancy Trains Modular Club (www.glancytrains.com)
Sponsored by the Detroit Historical Museum, this club brings the toy train hobby message to hobbyists at southeastern Michigan train shows and special events; Detroit, Michigan, USA.
- Glasgow & West of Scotland Model Railway Club (www.onemrc.co.uk/gws)
Models the 1950s to 1960s British steam and green diesel era (and occasionally modern British traction) in both N gauge and 00 gauge; one of the three organising clubs of the annual Cathcart Model Railway Exhibition; Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
- Glasgow Railways (www.cat-flap.demon.co.uk/glasgow.htm)
Chronology of the railways of Glasgow and the surrounding area includes a few photographs of Glasgow; maintained by Angela Gawthrop; Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
- Glasgow Underground (www.clyde-valley.com/glasgow/under.htm)
News and information about the Glasgow subway system opened in 1896 and modernized in the early 1980's; Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
- Glenbranter (www.glenbranter.narrow-gauge.co.uk)
Peter Bowyer's 009 narrow gauge Scottish model railway layout based on a proposal of 1898 to build a railway in west Scotland down the Cowal peninsular, not far from Glasgow; Taunton, Somerset, England, UK.
- Glenbrook Valley Railroad Company (www.frolin.net/mmgs/GBV)
Large, and getting much larger, model railroad layout in an approximately 1,300 square foot room with a 2,000 square foot expansion underway; double deck layout with linear flow, that includes both standard and narrow gauge trackage and will feature lots of scenery and painted backdrops; maintained by Eddie Carroll; Houston, Texas, USA.
- Glendale Junction (www.glendalejunction.co.uk)
Specialist shop selling G Gauge garden railways; stocks a wide variety of coaches, wagons, track, buildings, accessories and spare parts; has a Facebook Page; Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. England, UK.
- Glendale Model Railroad Club (www.gmrrc.org)
HO Scale model railroad club featuring a 25 by 40 foot layout; Glendale, California, USA.
- Glenn Snyder Display Systems (www.gsds.com)
Self-contained satin finish, extruded aluminum toy train and model train display shelving; Buffalo, New York, USA.
- Glenn's Model Railroad Pages (www.ramshillfarm.com/GlennRitter/Family/ModelRR)
Information and pictures of an American Flyer S Scale model railroad layout; Pennsylvania, USA.
- Glenreagh Mountain Railway (www.gmr.org.au)
Tourist railway and museum featuring a variety of coaches and trams as well as The Glenreagh West passenger station; Glenreagh, New South Wales, Australia.
- Glenrothes Model Railway Club (www.glenrothesmrc.org.uk)
Founded in 1963, this club models in N, O and OO Scales covering the era from 1935 to present day; Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland, UK.
- Glevum Area Group of the Scalefour Society (www.glevums4.co.uk)
Models in the 4mm Scale, meets monthly at members homes and displays at a number of exhibitions; Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, UK.
- Global Locomotive (www.globallocomotive.com)
Manufacturer of CLEAR Locomotive Power Containers that replace all of the obsolete and unreliable components in a traditional GE, EMD or ALCO locomotive with a pre-tested system; the original engine, traction electrics, control systems, compressor, radiators and dynamic brakes are all replaced with their modern electronically controlled equivalents, offering improved economy and emissions, while allowing the reuse of existing components like platforms, cab chassis, traction motors, bogies and trucks; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
- Global Rail Systems Inc. (www.globalrailsystems.com)
Division of Vossloh North America, whose mission is to provide safe, cost effective, innovative products and systems to the railway freight and transit markets; Marlin, Texas, USA.
- Global Railway (www.theglobalrailway.com)
International rail travel and Eurostar bookings since 1999; online rail reservations, travel news, projects, global developments, and monthly ejournal; St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
- Global Railway Industries Ltd. (www.globalrailway.com)
Pursues an aggressive growth by acquisition strategy of railway industry suppliers to meet the growing demands of the rail freight and transit industries; Pittsford, New York, USA.
- Globe Videos (www.rail-dvd.co.uk)
Dozens of railway DVDs featuring current and archive material of steam and diesel trains in the UK representing the past 60 years; catalogue now features over 60 titles covering a wealth of different railway scenes filmed throughout Britain by more than 70 cameramen; Paignton, Devon, England, UK.
- GlobRailer Bahnreisen (www.globrailer.de)
Book and plan your European or Asian train journey on the internet; Arnsberg, Germany (Deutsch).
- Globus (www.globusjourneys.com)
Leader in escorted tours and travel packages for more than 80 years providing a variety of vacations addressing the needs of today's diverse traveler; has a Facebook Page; Littleton, Colorado, USA.
- Glossary of Model and Prototype Railroad Terms (www.hrtrains.com/glossery.html)
Hundreds of model and prototype railroad terms defined; Pineallas Park, Florida, USA.
- Gloster Southern Railway (www.vsrailway.com/gloster.html)
Class III short line consists of 33 miles of track from Gloster, Mississippi to Slaughter, Louisiana where it interchanges with Canadian National; traffic consists of lumber and plywood and primarily serves the Georgia Pacific Plywood Mill at Gloster; owned and operated by V&S Railway, LLC (www.vsrailway.com); Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
- Gloucester Antiques Centre (www.gloucesterrailwayana.com)
Station signs, buttons, bridge plates, tokens, paper goods, wagon plates, models and other railway memorabilia for sale; Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, UK
- Gloucester Model Railway Club (www.gmrclub.org.uk)
Established in the 1950s; meets at a purpose-built clubroom at Elmscroft Community Centre on Monday evenings at 19:30; provides facilities for members, both in support of their modelling ambitions and in the development of the club's own model railway layouts which are exhibited at the Cotswold Model Railway Show held at Eastcombe, near Stroud, and other venues; Gloucester, South West, England, UK.
- Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) (www.gwsr.com)
Preserved standard gauge tourist railway offers tours and train rides in vintage railway trains; has a Facebook Page; Toddington, Gloucestershire, England, UK.
- Gloucestershire Steam & Vintage Extravaganza (www.steamextravaganza.com)
Annual event combines a huge steam & vintage transport show, aircraft display and country show; includes vintage transport of every description, working displays, rare breeds, aircraft, trade stands, traditional steam driven fun fair Kemble Railway Station is linked to the event via a Vintage Bus Service; hosted by Eventageous PR; has a Facebook Page; Cotswold Airport (Kemble Airfield), Gloucestershire, England, UK.
- Gloucestershire Transport History (glostransporthistory.visit-gloucestershire.co.uk)
Celebrating everything connected with transport (trains, planes, buses and automobiles) and Gloucestershire, which boasts a rich heritage of railway operations, having been the Nineteenth Century battleground of the gauges between the factions of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and George and Robert Stephenson; Gloucestershire, South West, England, UK.
- Gloucestershire Worcestershire Railwayana Auctions (www.gwra.co.uk)
Worldwide railwayana auction house achieving world record breaking prices; Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, UK.
- Glue-It.Com (www.glue-it.com)
Shop, club and museum listings for all forms of model making along with articles and glossaries; Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickwickshire, England, UK.
- Glyn Valley Tramway (www.thegvt.org)
Group working towards the recreation of this quaint little tramway in Chirk and the Ceiriog Valley; has a Facebook Page; Llwynmawr, Wrexham County, Wales, UK (English, Cymraeg, Russkiy, RomÔna, Deutsch, Slovencina, Polski, Franšais, Japanese, Espa˝ol, Dansk, Chinese (Simplified Han)).
- Gmundner Fertigteile GesmbH. & Co KG (www.gmundner-ft.at)
Level crossing systems and noise protection systems; Ohlsdorf, Austria (Deutsch, English).
- Gn15 Tome (tome.gn15.info)
Online magazine focusing on model railroading and model railroad layouts; Attleborough, Norfolk, England, UK.
- Gn15.info (www.gn15.info)
Blog about 15 inch gauge railways, prototype and model; the site "is powered by chocolate, pizza, WordPress, insomnia and real ale"; maintained by Emrys Hopkins; Attleborough, Norfolk, England, UK.
- Gobi Expeditions Mongolia (www.traveltomongolia.mn)
Adventure travel company based in the capital of Mongolia; offers a wide range of activities throughout the country including Trans Siberian-Mongolian Railway adventure trips (all year around) from Moscow via Irkutsk, Ulaanbaatar and the Gobi Desert to Beijing and reverse; Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
- God Rides the Rails (www.frontiertrails.com/oldwest/chapel.html)
Chapel cars on the nations' railroads by Rev. Harry R. Walrath
- Godchaux Plantation Railroads (www.stjohnparish.com/grh/rails.htm)
History of the railroads built by sugar plantation owner Leon Godchaux, with plans to develop these facilities to attract tourists to explore the history of the region; Reserve, Louisiana, USA.
- Goderich-Exeter Railway (GEXR) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/goderichexeter_railway.be)
Class III shortline has interchange points with the Canadian National at London and Toronto, ON, and the Canadian Pacific at Kitchener and Guelph, ON; operates 181 miles of track and moves approximately 25,000 car loads per year with commodities such as salt and fertilizer, wheat, grains, soy meal and rice, and automotive part; a Genesee & Wyoming Inc. property; formerly a RailAmerica, Inc. property; Stratford, Ontario, Canada.
- Gohmann and Associates-Railmode, Inc. (www.railmode.com)
Offers a collection of railroad memorabilia, videos, books and other items of interest to railfans & modelers plus a variety of professional railroad consulting services; has been involved in the formation of more than 100 new railroads; Libertyville, Illinois, USA.
- Going Loco (www.goingloco.neave.com)
Photographs and historical information on British Railway locomotives past and present; maintained by John Neave; Tutbury, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK.
- Going Loco (UK) (www.railway-models.com)
Model railway outlet features product from Hornby, Bachmann, Peco, Gaugemaster, Farish, Dapol and others; Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, UK.
- Going Postal Train T-shirts (www.goingpostalt-shirts.com/index.php?categoryID=768)
Trains page of a larger website from a manufacturer of custom T-Shirts; Boise, Idaho, USA.
- Going Underground (www.goingunderground.net)
Shared experiences and opinions of London Tube users where you can tell everyone about your home countries underground network or ask questions about the London Underground; London, England, UK.
- Going Underground's Blog (london-underground.blogspot.com)
Blog containing one woman's daily experiences of travelling on the London Underground subway system, or the Tube as it is known to the locals; maintainted by Annie Mole, webmaster of Going Underground; London, England, UK.
- Gold Bug (www.goldbug.com)
Large selection of reproductions of early maps of the U.S., Europe and the world, going back to the 16th century designed to aid in historical research; Alamo, California, USA.
- Gold Coast Garden Railway Society (www.gcgrs.com)
Loose knit group of modelers that build and run model trains on Gauge 1 track; members usually have backyard layouts and model in 1:20.3, 1:22.5, 1:24, 1:29, or 1:32; many members also model the smaller scales indoors; Brea, California, USA.
- Gold Coast Hobby (www.goldcoasthobby.com)
Specializes in collectable items from die cast to plastic models from leading manufacturers such as ERTL, plus model railroad products from Lionel, Walthers, Mńrklin and others; Glen Head, New York, USA.
- Gold Coast Modular Railroad Club (www.gcmrc.com)
Digitally controlled trains trundle through diorama-like settings on a serpentine array of tracks and spurs has a Facebook Page; Oxnard, California, USA.
- Gold Coast Railroad Museum (www.gcrm.org)
Founded in 1956 by William J. Godfrey, this facility has grown into a vast collection of railroad artifacts and history; offers train rides and many exhibits; has a Facebook Page; Miami, Florida, USA.
- Gold Coast Railway Co. (www.goldcoastrailway.com)
Model railway hobby shop specializing in TT trains and accessories, plus O, On30 & HO Scale plus modeling supplies and accessories; Coos Bay, Oregon, USA.
- Gold Coast Station (www.goldcoaststation.com)
G Scale model railroad hobby shop features a large collection of model trains and accessories from LGB, USA Trains, Accucraft, Aristocraft, Phoenix Sound Systems and more; Ventura & Tehachapi, California, USA.
- Gold Metal Models (www.goldmm.com)
Producer of exhibition quality detail parts for N, HO and ship model builders, Lopez, Washington, USA.
- Golden Chariot (www.the-golden-chariot.com)
Luxury trains that depart on Mondays from Bangalore Railway Station to explore various heritage destinations on two separate tours: "Pride of the South" goes through various towns, ending at Pattadakal & Goa; "Southern Splendor" goes through various towns to Kochi and returns to Bangalore; has a Facebook Page; Bangalore, India.
- Golden Eagle Luxury Trains (www.gwtravel.co.uk)
Operator of exclusive, long-distance rail tours including the flagship Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express, Russia's only fully en-suite private train; tours operate through Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, South Caucasus, Mongolia and China; has a Facebook Page; Altrincham, Cheshire, England, UK.
- Golden Empire Historical and Modeling Society (www.gehams.net)
Maintains and operates both permanent and portable layouts in N and HO Scales; meets Tuesdays and Saturdays; has a Facebook Page; Bakersfield, California, USA.
- Golden Gate Lionel Railroad Club (www.gglrrc.org)
3 rail 0 Gauge model railroad club meets twice a month and displays a large modular layout at Bay Area trains shows and events; Sunnyvale, California, USA.
- Golden Gate Live Steamers (www.goldengatelivesteamers.org)
501(c)(3) non-profit group operates a museum and a large scale live steam miniature railroad with four track gauges (2½, 3½, 4¾, and 7½ inch) in four scales (½, ¾, 1 and 1½ inches to the foot); aimed at teaching and promoting craftsmanship in model engineering and offers train rides to the public Sunday afternoons; Tilden Park, Berkley, California, USA.
- Golden Gate Model Railroad Club (www.ggmrc.org)
HO scale model railroad club founded in 1950, located in the basement of the Randall Museum; San Francisco, California, USA.
- Golden Gate Railroad Museum (www.ggrm.org)
Dedicated to the preservation of steam locomotives and passenger equipment that includes ex-SP 2472, ex-SPSP 141, ex-SPUP 5901, ex-SPSP 1487, ex-SPSP 5131 and more; Redwood City, California, USA.
- Golden Horseshoe Live Steamers (www.ghls.org)
Operates live steam locomotives on 1,200 feet of elevated dual gauge (4ż inch and 3Ż inch) track, and 1,400 feet of 7╝" at grade track in the Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology grounds; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
- Golden Isles Terminal Railroad (GITM) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/golden_isles_terminal_railroad)
Class III 13-mile short line freight railroad serving the Georgia Ports Authority and interchanging with CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern; commodities transported include automobiles, chemicals, and food and feed products; acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. in 1998; Savannah & Brunswick, Georgia, USA.
- Golden Isles Terminal Wharf (GITW) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/golden_isles_terminal_wharf.be)
Class III seven-mile short line freight railroad serving the Georgia Ports Authority and interchanging with CSX Transportation; commodities transported include chemicals, food and feed products, metals and minerals, petroleum products, and pulp and paper; acquired by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. in 2004; Savannah, Georgia, USA.
- Golden Rail Video (www.goldenrailvideo.com)
True life railroad adventures and documentary films about steam trains produced as if they were feature films, with dynamic action and rip-roaring sound; Glendale, California, USA.
- Golden Spike Enterprises, Inc. (www.gserr.com)
Promoters and several independent contractors who have been attending and organizing railroad shows for almost thirty years; has become the premier organizer for railroad shows in the US; also conducts auctions of railroadiana, sells railroadiana on consignment, appraises large collections, maintains an inventory of railroad and transportation memorabilia for sale and collects railroad and transportation memorabilia; Land O'Lakes, Florida, USA.
- Golden Spike International (www.goldentrains.com)
Buys, sells and repairs antique, toy and model trains including Standard Gauge, O, S, HO and Number 1 Gauge, plus repair and restoration services; Bronx, New York, USA.
- Golden Spike National Historic Site (www.uen.org/utah_history_encyclopedia)
University of Utah text document detailing the joining of the rails at Promontory Summit, Utah, in 1869; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
- Golden Spike National Historic Site (www.gorp.com/parks-guide/golden-spike-national-historic-site-outdoor-pp2-guide-cid358270.html)
Location map plus articles and advice on the Golden Spike National Historic Site; maintained by GORP, the Great Outdoor Recreation Pages; Promontory, Utah, USA.
- Golden Spike National Historic Site (goldenspike.areaparks.com)
Located 35 miles south of Golden Spike commemorating the driving of the gold spike at Promontory Summit, Utah in 1869, Promontory, Utah, USA.
- Golden Spike National Historic Site (www.nps.gov/gosp)
Official National Park Service site with information, photographs and directions to the site of the driving of the last spike at Promontory Summit, Utah; Brigham City, Utah, USA.
- Golden Spike Railroad Books & Videos (www.goldenspike.us)
Railroad books and train video titles, railroad atlases and maps; Tucson, Arizona, USA.
- Golden Spike Tower & Visitor Center (www.goldenspiketower.com)
Paid entrance to the tower provides a great view of Union Pacific Railroad's Bailey Yard for railfans of all ages; has a Facebook Page; North Platte, Nebraska, USA.
- Golden Spike: US Prototype Model Railroaders of Austria (www.goldenspike.at)
Model railway club models American prototype railroads; maintained by Reichl Franz; Villach, Austria (Deutsch, English).
- Golden State Model Railroad Museum (www.gsmrm.org)
10,000 square feet of O, HO and N Scale model railroading, constructed and operated by the East Bay Model Engineers Society (EBMES); has a Facebook Page; Miller-Knox Regional Shoreline Park, Point Richmond, California, USA.
- Golden State Railfan (www.qstation.org/goldenstaterailfan)
Features images taken of the Santa Fe, Burlington Northern, and BNSF covering the 1980's to present day; maintained by Chris Kinoshita; USA.
- Golden Triangle Railroad (GTRA) (www.patriotrail.com/project_detail11.php?ProjectID=109&MenuID=109)
Class III short line railroad operates over 10 track miles in central Mississippi; interchanges with KCS, BNSF and Norfolk Southern (via the Alabama Gulf Coast Railroad) via trackage rights over the KCS; serves a Weyerhaeuser modified fiber mill in Columbus; owns a locomotive repair shop that holds up to 2 locomotives;commodities handled are woodpulp, corn starch and chemicals; customers include Weyerhaeuser, Cargill, The Andersons, Penford Products, Dupont, Domtar and Cargill; owned by Patriot Rail Corp.; Columbus, Mississippi, USA.
- Golden Valley Light Railway (www.gvlr.org.uk)
Located on the grounds of Midland Railway Museum, this 610mm narrow gauge railway normally operates on selected mid-week dates over almost a mile of track behind steam and diesel electric locomotives; Ripley, Derbyshire, England, UK.
- Golden West Books (www.goldenwestbooks.com)
Publisher of railroad history and prototype model railroad books for more than 40 years; San Marino, California, USA.
- Goldfields Railway Inc. (www.waihirail.co.nz)
Established in 1980 to preserve the rail heritage of the local area; based on the old Waihi Railway Station; operates a tourist railway between Waihi and Waikino, plus caters to the aspirations of both the history buff and the railway enthusiast; Waihi, New Zealand.
- Goldinhands (www.goldinhands.com)
Model train repairs specializing in DC & TMCC conversions, hand made cradles and crossings, sound systems, turnouts and many other model railroad electronics; Schaumburg, Illinois, USA.
- Goldline Products (www.goldlineproducts.com)
Home of Alamosa Car Shops, manufacturer of craftsman narrow gauge D&RGW kits (in HO, O & S Scales) for model railroaders since 1989; available from your local hobby dealer or direct orders also accepted; also sells steam machinery & logging photos on CD; Jamestown, California, USA.
- Gomaco Trolley Company (www.gomacotrolley.com)
Manufactures authentic vintage prototype trolley cars and provides consultation on the restoration of existing trolleys; recent projects include new trolleys for Glendale, California, USA, and reconditioning trolleys for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Ida Grove, Iowa, USA.
- Good Old Rail (homepage3.nifty.com/EF57)
Profile of Japanese steam locomotives; provides information and photos on all classes of Japanese steam locomotives; includes restored engines, the final 28 active classes, passenger engines and freight engines; maintained by Toki S.; Tokyo, Japan (English).
- Goods Yard (www.thegoodsyard.co.uk)
Specialists in the supply of ready built model railways, from basic train sets to complete layouts, and offers advice and practical experience in bringing your model railway dreams to life; Egmanton, Nottinghamshire, England, UK.
- Goodheart Productions (www.goodheartvideo.com)
Producer and marketer of domestic and foreign steam railroad video programs and books for over 20 years; emphasis is vintage, historic steam locomotives operating in scenic locations worldwide, but they also produce vintage and modern diesel locomotive programs; Convent Station, New Jersey, USA.
- Goodtime III (www.goodtimeiii.com)
Offers two-hour tours on the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie aboard the largest quadruple-deck 1,000 passenger luxury cruise ship on the Great Lakes; view the Baltimore & Ohio freight station, the light rail line and a drawbridge which carries Norfolk Southern and Amtrak trains; operates from Cleveland's North Coast Inner Harbor; Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
- Goose Creek Railroad (www.angelfire.com/va/GooseCreekRR)
Private, two-foot gauge railroad featuring approximately 2,000 feet of track, electric trolley, excursion car and various other rolling stock; has a Facebook Page; Bristol, Virginia, USA.
- Gopher State Railway Museum (www.gsrm.org)
Dedicated to educating the public through the collection, preservation, restoration, display and operation of railroad equipment and artifacts; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
- GoRail (www.gorail.org)
Non-profit organization unites rail stakeholders with community leaders and the public to support rail solutions for tomorrow's transportation challenges; has a Facebook Page; Alexandria, Virginia, USA.
- Gord's Info. Pages (www3.bc.sympatico.ca/GKMTCHALL)
Guide/reviews/links plus money saving tips for Canadian passenger railway travel, steam railways, railway & steam train museums and related sites.
- Gordon & Elias, L.L.P. (www.felalawhelp.com)
"FELA Law Help" site providing information about Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA) law for railroad employees; San Diego, California, USA.
- Gordon's Travel Guide (www.gordonsguide.com)
Booking agent for international rail tours to 3,000 destinations in 175 countries; has a Facebook Page; Fresno, California, USA.
- Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum (www.gorhamnewhampshire.com/railroadmuseum.html)
Contains displays about the area and railroad history featuring a 1911 Baldwin 0-6-0 steam locomotive, 1949 F-7 B&M locomotive, 1951 Russell snow plow plus other pieces of rolling stock; has a Facebook Page; Gorham, New Hampshire, USA.
- Gorton Locomotive Works Openshaw Manchester (www.gorton-tank.com)
Attempts to put the Great Central Railway's Dukinfield C&W Works, later known as Gorton Tank, in its proper place in history; collects and archives related historical material; maintained by Dave Gosling; Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
- Gosford Hobbies (www.gosfordhobbies.com)
Carries model trains and accessories, in all scales & gauges, from Atlas, Hornby, Life-Like, Peco and others; plus airplane and automobile plastic model kits, kites, slot cars and more; Wyoming, New South Wales, Australia.
- G÷teborgs Modelljńrnvńgssńllskap (www.port.se/gmjs)
O Scale model railway club layout covering approximately 20 meters by 5 meters with about 380 meters of track, 30,000 sleepers, 120,000 nails and 70 hand built switches; Gothenburg, Sweden (Svenska).
- Gotham City Subdivision (www.gothamcitysub.com)
HO Scale model railroad layout based on the Southern Pacific in an around San Jose, California, featuring photographs, clinics and track plans; maintained by Matt Gidley; Waverly, Iowa, USA.
- Gotham Model Trains (www.gothammodeltrains.com)
Retailer for Mńrklin, Broadway Limited Imports, Precision Craft Models, Hornby, Atlas, Kato, Brawa, Roco, Faller and many more model train and accessory manufacturers; New York, New York, USA.
- Gotthardbahn (www.gotthardbahn.ch)
Historical and current facts, data, plans and photos about the building, maintenance and equipment of the Gotthard Railway through the Swiss Alps; photo selections are updated monthly; maintained by Waldis Carl; Altdorf UR, Switzerland.
- Gottwald Port Technology GmbH (www.gottwald.com)
Manufacturer and supplier of railway cranes for single and multi-track lines, including recovery cranes with telescopic and fixed booms, track-laying cranes, bridge-building cranes, track maintenance cranes, wrecking cranes and universal cranes; Dusseldorf, Germany (Deutsch, English).
- Goulburn - Crookwell Heritage Railway Inc. (www.gchr.4t.com)
Non-profit organisation whose aim is the protection, preservation, promotion and restoration of the historic Goulburn to Crookwell branch line (Australia).
- Government Documents on Railroads (www.lib.purdue.edu/govdocs/railroads.html)
Numerous government documents at Purdue University dealing with railroads covering the historical development and evolution of railroads in the United States as well as contemporary legal, regulatory and public policy issues; West Lafayette, Indiana, USA.
- Gradall Industries, Inc. (www.gradall.com)
Provider of railroad maintenance of way equipment for commuter lines and railroads; has a Facebook Page; New Philadelphia, Ohio, USA.
- Grade Crossing (crossing.railfan.net)
Railfan website featuring information and photographs about railroading in the northeastern United States; USA.
- Grafton and Greenbrier (www.graftonandgreenbrier.com)
HO Scale model railroad depicting railroading in the mountains of West Virginia as it might have looked had it survived into the late 20th Century; maintained by Lin Young; Gallipolis, Ohio, USA.
- Grafton & Upton Railroad (www.graftonuptonrr.com)
Has provided dependable and personalized freight rail transportation to customers in central and eastern Massachusetts for over 135 years; offers logistics, site development and planning services along their 15 mile route; Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA.
- Graham Whistler Productions (www.gwpvideo.co.uk)
Offers access to a huge selection of programs on steam trains and narrow gauge railways in DVD & BluRay; includes titles like Ffestiniog Railway, Puffing Billy, Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway 2009 and many others; Catisfield, Hampshire, England, UK.
- Graham's Railroad Page (members.trainorders.com/graham)
Photograph collection of American and Canadian railroad subjects between 1992 and 2001; includes scenes from Cajon Pass, Tehachapi and various railroad names; maintained by Graham Atkin; UK.
- Graham's Trains (www.grahamstrains.com)
Postwar and modern era Lionel trains and accessories for the collector and operator; carries equipment from MTH Premier and RailKing, K-Line, Weaver, Williams, Atlas O and Plasticville items; exclusively O Gauge, 3-rail models; Dublin, Ohio, USA.
- Graham-White Manufacturing Company (www.grahamwhite.com)
Global provider of high quality products that serve the rail and specialty vehicle markets that includes air dryers, filters, valves, sanding equipment, gauges, cab accessories and more; Salem Virginia, USA.
- Gramodels (www.gramodels.co.uk)
Suppliers of resin kits; 16mm narrow gauge railway, 7mm military vehicles & equipment, 4mm military vehicles, 3mm military equipment, 2mm military vehicles and 2mm wagon kits; Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK.
- Grand Canyon Railway (www.thetrain.com)
Operates a daily 130 mile roundtrip to the South Rim on track first completed in 1901 by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway; uses GP-7, FPA-4 and F-40PH locomotives hauling a fleet of restored passenger cars offering four classes of service; currently owned and operated by Xanterra Parks & Resorts; has a Facebook Page; Williams, Arizona, USA.
- Grand Central Gems (www.grandcentralgems.com)
Manufacturer of model railroad scenery provides a complete line of products to build a model railroad layout starting with the base and ending with a finished landscape; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
- Grand Central Limited (www.grandcentralltd.com)
Model railroad outlet offers a wide variety of products from such names as Lionel, MTH, Atlas O, Gargraves, Weaver and others; Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
- Grand Central Rail (www.grandcentralrail.com)
Sells tickets for all train operators with free Wi-Fi, power sockets, reserved seating, space for cycle storage, pet friendly; has other conveniences to insure an enjoyable rail journey; York, North Yorkshire, England, UK.
- Grand Central Station (www.musarium.com/grandcentral.html)
Photographer explores the underground utility system beneath New York Cities Grand Central Station; maintained by Scott Robinson; New York, New York, USA.
- Grand Central Terminal (www.grandcentralterminal.com)
Information guide and news about the restaurants, shops, scheduled events, tours and history of the terminal; has a Facebook Page; New York, New York, USA.
- Grand Elk Railroad (GDLK) (www.watcocompanies.com/Railroads/Grand%20Elk%20Railroad/Grand%20Elk%20Railroad.htm)
Class III 151 mile short line began operations on March 8, 2009, running from Grand Rapids, Michigan to Elkhart, Indiana; the line is leased from NS and interchanges with NS, CSX, CN, Marquette Railroad, Mid-Michigan Railroad, Michigan Southern and Grand Rapids Eastern; serving more than 55 customers, commodities shipped include automotive parts, plastics, metals, forest products, agricultural products and aggregates; wholly owned subsidiary of Watco Transportation Services (www.watcocompanies.com); Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
- Grand Forks Railway (boundarybc.tripod.com/gfr.htm)
Class III railroad picks up and delivers railcars to and from various industrial sites on the south side of the Kettle River in Grand Forks on 3.7 miles of track purchased from Canadian Pacific; Grand Forks, British Columbia, Canada.
- Grand Pacific Railroad & Hobby Company (www.gpjmodelrailroad.com)
Carries an extensive inventory of 027 - 0 Gauge model trains and accessories specializing in Lionel & MTH sales and are an MTH Authorized Repair Service Center; Olmsted Falls, Ohio, USA.
- Grand Pacific Tours Pty Ltd (www.grandpacifictours.com)
New Zealand Luxury Coach/Rail Holiday Specialist. One of their Special Interest Tours is an exciting Steam Train Journey of New Zealand including 9 rail experiences and featuring two exclusively chartered locos; Moonee Ponds, Victoria, Australia.
- Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad (GR) (www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/grand_rapids_eastern_railroad.be)
Class III shortline from Ionia to Marne, Michigan, with a major CSXT interchange point at Grand Rapids; featured commodities are wheat, sodium carbonate and lumber; a Genesee & Wyoming Inc. property; formerly a RailAmerica, Inc. property; Vassar, Michigan, USA.
- Grand Rapids Model Railroad Historical Society (www.grmrhs.org)
Established for the purpose of promoting and preserving the hobby of model railroading, the history of railroads and railroading in the Grand Rapids area, and to construct an operating HO Scale model railroad layout to illustrate the history of the area railroads; has a Facebook Page; Comstock, Michigan, USA.
- Grand River Models (www.grandrivermodels.com)
Builder of S Scale model railroad structures that includes Greg's Grocery, Middleton & Sons Warehouse, Forest City Welding and Prince Edward Express Co.; also produces detail parts such as wooden pallets, forklift, cross buck, wheel stops and more; Belleville, Ontario, Canada.
- Grand River Railway (www.trainweb.org/elso/grr.htm)
Railfan website with history, references and photo galleries plus other information about this railway; Preston, Ontario, Canada.
- Grand Scales Quarterly (www.grandscales.com)
Magazine for large scale railway and Live Steam enthusiasts; published by Robinson & Associates; has a Facebook Page; Red Bluff, California, USA.
- Grand Trunk Trail (www.stonetown.com/gttsm)
Pictures and information about the walking trail developed from the abandoned Grand Trunk Railway; St. Marys, Ontario, Canada.
- Grand Trunk Western Historical Society (gtwhs.tripod.com)
Preserving and recording the history of the lines, facilities, equipment and personnel of the GTW Railroad, it's subsidiaries, predecessors and successors; has a Facebook Page; Durand, Michigan, USA.
- Grand Trunk Western Railroad (gtw.railfan.net)
Devoted to the Grand Trunk Western Railroad with a large variety of information about the GTW organized by category; the locomotives link has pictures, numbering information and status of the GTW diesel locomotives and the rolling stock link has information about GTW freight equipment; USA.
- Grandpa's Holiday Train Display Guide (www.wvmgrs.org/TrainGardens.htm)
Strives to maintain a comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date list of trains gardens, displays, and open house events in the greater Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area; Handover, Maryland, USA.
- Grandt Line Products (www.grandtline.com)
Manufacturer of plastic architectural details and builders hardware in all modelinG Gauges, plus a line of On3 and HOn3 craftsman kits, Concord, California, USA.
- Granite Creek Enterprises (www.granitecreek.us)
Specialist in On30 (and others) model railroad structures and rolling stock that includes an On30 Porter locomotive, a quarter-inch scale shack, foot bridge and water, O Scale donkey skid and many others; Prather, California, USA.
- Granite Valley Roundhouse Repair (gvrhrepair.wordpress.com)
Specializing in HO and O gauge model railroad equipment repair with experience in live steam with over 40 years of HO and O gauge modeling, building, repair and maintenance; St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
- Grants in Aid of Railroads (codes.lp.findlaw.com/uscode/43/21)
Provides links to US Code - Chapter 21 sections dealing with these grants that includes such topics as Union Pacific Railroad lands, abandoned railroad lands; re-entry, homestead entries on forfeited lands and many more; maintained by FindLaw Firm, Eagan, Minnesota, USA & London, England, UK.
- Grapevine Vintage Railroad (www.gvrr.com)
Travels along the historic Cotton Belt Route between Grapevine and the Fort Worth Stockyards; passengers enjoy riding in authentic 1920's and 1930's Victorian style coaches behind the 1896 steam or the 1953 GP-7 diesel locomotives; has a Facebook Page; Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
- Graphic Air (www.graphicair.co.uk)
Source for airbrushes and supplies, graphic design supplies, modeling tools and art supplies from such companies as Paasche, Badger and Iwata; offers compressors, spray booths, drawing equipment and more; has a Facebook Page; Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England.
- GrasstechUSA (grasstechusa.com)
USA distributor of the GrassTech™, GrassTech II™ & FlockTech+™ static grass / flock applicators manufactured by GrassTech International Ltd. (www.grasstech.info) of Hampshire, England, founded in 2009; has a Facebook Page; Parker, Colorado, USA.
- Grassy Creek Cabooses (www.grassycreekcabooses.com)
Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, these railroad cabooses are refurbished into comfortable overnight accommodations with 2 person Jacuzzi's in each caboose; Fancy Gap, Virginia, USA.
- Gratiot Valley Railroad Club (www.gvrr.org)
Club located in a 4,050 square foot building where the members have been building an HO Scale model railroad with DCC, Centralized Dispatch (CTC), 200 track detection circuits and much more; has a Facebook Page; Mount Clemens, Michigan, USA.
- Gravesend Model Marine and Engineering Society (www.gmmes.co.uk)
Miniature live steam railway operates 3½ and 5 inch gauge trains over 1,218 feet of raised track; offers train rides to children and adults every Sunday afternoon from early spring to late autumn with the proceeds from ticket sales donated to local or national charities; Gravesend, Kent, England, UK.
- Graw Laser Measurement Systems (www.graw.com)
Computer based geometry measurement devices and systems for rails, turnouts, track, and wheels; Gliwice, Poland (Polish, English, Russian, Chinese).
- Gray Brothers Railroad (www.graybrothersrr.com)
Scratch built structures primarily for Z Scale, but also builds for N and HO Scales; Venice, Florida, USA.
- Gray Trainpix (rails.jimgworld.com)
Memories from this former railroad employee presented in text and photos; includes stories like A Long Night at SF Tower, Hooping Up Train Orders in the Night, Caldwell Branch Contemplation; also includes photos from the 1960's, 70's & 80's of NYS&W, Reading, Jersey Central, B&O, D&H and others; maintained Jim Gerofsky; USA.
- Grayland Station (www.graylandstation.com)
Specialist in airline and railroad memorabilia and models in HO, N, O, and Z Scales from manufacturers such as Accurail, Atlas, Intermountain, Bowser and others; Chicago, Illinois, USA.
- Great American Train Company, LLC (www.greatamericantrain.com)
Designers and manufacturers of live steam miniature locomotives, riding cars, rolling stock and accessories for the live steam enthusiast; has a Facebook Page; Plymouth, Minnesota, USA.
- Great Central Railway (www.gcrailway.co.uk)
Preserved tourist railway has been operating for over 30 years; passengers can enjoy a savouring onboard first class meal and participate in many special events throughout the year; has a Facebook Page; Loughborough, Leicestershire, England, UK.
- Great Circus Train Wreck of 1918 (www.hammondindiana.com/history/circus.htm)
Hammond Historical Society account in photographs and text of The Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus train wreck in 1918; Hammond, Indiana, USA.
- Great Cockcrow Railway (www.cockcrow.co.uk)
7╝ inch Gauge miniature tourist railway has almost 25 steam powered and 3 instant start locomotives and offers a choice of two regular routes; ticket office located next to the main platforms at Hardwick Central Station; Lyne, Chertsey, Surrey, England, UK.
- Great Decals! (www.greatdecals.com)
Custom waterslide decals for many North American railroads in G, O, S, HO & N Scales; maintained by Bill Mosteller; Herndon, Virginia, USA.
- Great Eastern Railway Society (www.gersociety.org.uk)
Information about the former Great Eastern Railway (GER), its predecessors and successors including the London & North Eastern (NER), British Railways (BR), and Network Rail; Chelmsford, Essex, England, UK.
- Great Falls Model Railroad Club (www.greatfallsmodelrrclub.org)
Organized in 1987 and meets the third Thursday of each month; has a Facebook Page; Lewiston, Maine, USA.
- Great Lakes Central Railroad (GLC) (www.glcrailroad.com)
Class II regional railroad started operations in 2006; formerly part of the Ann Arbor Railroad known as the Tuscola Saginaw Bay Railways, stretching on 400 miles of track stretching through Central and Northern Michigan from Ann Arbor to Traverse City and Petoskey; owned by Federated Railways, a wholly owned subsidiary of Federated Capital Corporation; Owosso, Michigan, USA.
- Great Lakes Models (www.greatlakesmodels.com)
Manufacturer (established in January 2011) of HO and O Scale high quality detail parts for model railroaders; products include sewer grates & inlets in HO and manhole covers in HO and O; plans are underway for products in S, N and Z Scales; maintained by Kevin Domrois; Oostburg, Wisconsin, USA.
- Great Layouts - A Video Tour (www.greatlayouts.com)
Collection of professionally produced videos of Australian modeling that includes such titles as Leigh Creek, Red Stag Lumber Company and Dorrigo, Dawlish & Downs; Thirroul, New South Wales, Australia.
- Great Lehigh Valley Train Meet (www.lehighvalleytrainmeet.com)
Dealers from four states; something for every modeler and collector in all scales; see the website for locations and times; Coplay, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Great Little Trains of Wales (sthilaryhotel.freeservers.com/steam_trains.htm)
Promotes three tourist railways; Llanberis Lake Railway, Ffestiniog Railway, and Snowdon Mountain Railway, giving an overview plus directions to each location; Llandudno, North Wales, UK.
- Great Locomotive Chase (www.ngeorgia.com/history/raiders.shtml)
Story by Randy Golden about the taking of the Confederate locomotive The General by Union forces known as Andrew's Raiders and the chase from Atlanta to Chattanooga; Woodstock, Georgia, USA.
- Great Midwest Train Show (www.greatmidwesttrainshow.com)
World's largest monthly train show; owned and operated by Train Expo Inc.; DuPage County Fairgrounds, Wheaton Illinois, USA.
- Great Model Railroads Video Series from Allen Keller Productions (www.allenkeller.com)
Very extensive series of model railroad videos; Talbott, Tennessee, USA
- Great Modern Pictures (www.greatmodernpictures.com/pdeco.htm)
Source for exhibition quality railroad posters and photos for sale; New York, New York, USA.
- Great New York State Model Train Fair (www.modeltrainfair.com)
Annual train show sponsored by the Central New York Chaper, NRHS; hosts 100+ vendors and 30+ operating layouts in 158,000 square feet in two huge buildings: the Toyota Exhibit Center and the Americraft Center of Progress at the New York State Fairgrounds; Sycracuse, New York, USA.
- Great North of Scotland Railway Association (www.gnsra.org.uk)
Formed in 1964 to bring together those interested in this railway by providing photographs, history, routes, staff records and more; Fort William, Scotland, UK.
- Great Northern Archive (www.gnarchive.com)
Collection of information about the Great Northern Railway, primarily during the streamlined era of 1947 to 1970; includes a complete roster of GN's streamlined passenger car fleet, cross-referenced with photos from the Cordell Newby collection at the joint GN/NP archive, GN accident reports, the 3D GN passenger car modeling project, photos and videos, and more; USA.
- Great Northern Empire - Then & Now (www.greatnorthernempire.net)
Ben Ringnalda's fact finding trips to seven states and two Canadian provinces to find remnants of the old Great Northern Empire; Information and photographs from these trips are presented here; Oosterhout (Noord-Brabant), Netherlands.
- Great Northern Flyer (www.gnflyer.com)
O Scale model railroad representing the 1890 to 1970 era between Minnesota and the Pacific northwest and Canada; maintained by Ted Doyle; Kingwood, Texas, USA.
- Great Northern Hennepin Avenue Depot (www.lileks.com/mpls/greatnorth)
Memorializes this depot at the intersection of Hennepin and Nicollet Streets through historical text, photographs and art; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
- Great Northern Observation 1291 'St. Nicholas Mountain' (www.stnicholasmountain.com)
Details the design, history and restoration of this tall window observation car; Oosterhout, Nederlands.
- Great Northern Pacific Railroad in O Scale (www.michaelluczak.com/oscale)
Documents this modelers O Scale model railroad through photographs and text, began in February 2001, in a 25 by 25 feet layout room, maintained by Michael Luczak; Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
- Great Northern Railway, Cascade Mountain Division (ww.donbozman.com)
HO Scale model railroad layout featuring two levels connected by a double track helix and was featured in the 1993 annual issue of Kalmbach's "Great Model Railroads"; Don Bozman, USA.
- Great Northern Railway Historical Society (www.gnrhs.org)
Dedicated to the preservation, study and history of the railroad; society members get carefully research reference material, a quarterly publication and an annual convention; Farmington, Minnesota, USA.
- Great Northern Railway Page (www.gngoat.org)
Railfan site commemorating the railroad through photographs, timetables, reports, guides and modeling information, maintained by Lindsay Korst; Redmond, Washington, USA.
- Great Northern Railway Society (www.gnrs.150m.com)
Recording and preserving the history of the Great Northern Railway and also its predecessors and successors right up to the present day; Sprotbrough, England, UK.
- Great Northwest Railroad (GRNW) (www.watcocompanies.com/Railroads/gnr/grnw.htm)
Class III 77 mile short line located in the Idaho Panhandle; interchanges with BNSF and UP at Ayer, Washington, and at Lewiston with the Bountiful Grain & Craig Mountain Railroad (BG&CM); formerly known as Camas Prairie Railroad and Camas Prairie Railnet; primary commodities are forest & agricultural products, industrial & farm chemicals, scrap iron & frozen vegetables; wholly owned subsidiary of Watco Transportation Services; Lewiston, Idaho, USA.
- Great Northwestern Railway (www.trainweb.org/gnw)
Freelanced HO Scale switching layout set in industrial suburbia, sometime in the late 70's; first phase is set somewhere between Colorado and New Mexico; maintained by Detlef Kurpanek; Aurora, Colorado, USA.
- Great Overland Station Museum and Education Center (www.greatoverlandstation.com)
Located in a preserved and restored 1927 Union Pacific Railroad Station; presents exhibits, displays, educational programming and activities that represent history and heritage in a way that engages the interest of the general public; operated by Railroad Heritage, Inc.; has a Facebook Page; Topeka, Kansas, USA.
- Great Orme Tramway (www.greatorme.org.uk/tramway.html)
Great Britain's only remaining cable operated street tramway and one of only three surviving in the world; operation of the tramway differs from the famous and unique San Francisco system: is a street funicular, where the cars are permanently fixed to the cable and are stopped and started by stopping and starting the cable; Llandudno, Wales, UK.
- Great Plains Rail Contractors, Inc. (www.greatplainsrail.com)
Performs all required track maintenance, construction, inspections and snow removal for rail systems in the prairie region; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
- Great Plains Transportation Museum (www.gptm.us)
Displays a wide assortment of railroad equipment including Baldwin-built Santa Fe 4-8-4 (Northern) steamer #3768 and Santa Fe FP45 diesel #93; Wichita, Kansas, USA.
- Great Railroad Adventures (www.maintour.com/spt/railroad.htm)
Booking agent for various rail tours and vacation packages nationwide; Oceanside, California, USA.
- Great Railroad Photography Annual (www.railfan.com/grp)
Print publication from the editors of Railfan & Railroad Magazine, featuring the work of many photographers spanning the range of style and expression; premier issue in 2010; published by Carstens Publications, Inc.; Newton, New Jersey, USA.
- Great Railway Journeys (www.railwayphotos.net)
Photographs, notes, sightings, observations, logs and more for both the railway enthusiast and non-railway enthusiast about journeys along the Settle & Carlisle railway; Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, UK.
- Great Scenic Railway Journeys (www.gsrj.com)
Emmy Award winning Public Television series that profiles some of the worlds most historic and scenic tourist railways; written and directed by Robert Van Camp; has a Facebook Page; Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA.
- Great Scenic Railways of Devon and Cornwall (www.carfreedaysout.com)
Serving picturesque small villages, historic market towns and bustling cities, Devon and Cornwall's great scenic railways provide a vital link for local people and allow tourists and visitors to explore stunning coastal views to rolling green countryside, heavily wooded valleys to fine river crossings and the almost lunar landscape of the Cornish china clay industry, train travel in Devon & Cornwall offers a very different view of the two counties; Plymouth, Devon, England, UK.
- Great Scale Model Train Shows (www.gsmts.com)
Provides a marketplace for everyone who enjoys building, operating, or simply watchinG Gauge model railroads and includes all the common scales from Z to large scale; held since 1982 in February, April, June & October in the Cow Palace at the Maryland State Fairgrounds; includes the new Hi-Rail & Collectors Train Show; owned/operated by Howard Zane and Ken Young; website maintained by Ken Spranza; Timonium, Maryland, USA.
- Great Smoky Mountain Railway (www.gsmr.com)
Tourist railroad with 53 miles of track, two tunnels and 25 bridges; has a Facebook Page; Bryson City, North Carolina, USA.
- Great Train Escapes, LLC (www.greattrainescapes.com)
Offers three rail and land journeys through regions of the United States and Mexico throughout the year; Seattle, Washington, USA.
- (The) Great Train Expo (www.greattrainexpo.com)
One of America's favorite traveling train show serving more states, in well-over 30 major cities, than any other show; shows feature operating model railroads, train dealers, collectors, hands-on exhibits, demonstrations, workshops, and much more; many shows feature a riding train for kids and a play are for smaller engineers. It is a great way to spend the day whether youĺre an avid modeler or just looking for a fun and interesting day out with the family; also uses www.gtexpo.com;; has a Facebook Page; Oswego, Illinois, USA.
- Great Train Robbery (www.filmsite.org/grea.html)
Descriptive review, commentaries and background on this 1903 movie provided by the American Movie Classics network; has a Facebook Page; Drums, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Great Train Robbery (memory.loc.gov/ammem/edhtml/gtr.html)
Commentary on the production of this 1903 film directed by Edwin S. Porter from the Library of Congress; option to download the movie; Washington, D.C., USA.
- Great Walton Railroad (www.greatwaltonrailroad.com)
Class III shortline railroad operates 10 miles of railroad between Monroe and Social Circle, Georgia; also operates the Hartwell Railroad and the former Norfolk Southern line between Toccoa and Elberton, known as the Elberton Air-Line Railroad, and the former Central of Georgia track between Madison and Center known as the Athens Line; Social Circle, Georgia, USA.
- Great Western Archive (www.greatwestern.org.uk)
Collection of photographs, technical data and information celebrating this railway, maintained by John Daniel; UK.
- Great Western (SVR) Association (www.gw-svr-a.org.uk)
Preservation and restoration of items of historic rolling stock, particularly carriages, from the Great Western Railway; Brentwood, Essex, England, UK.
- Great Western Passenger Car Details (www.gwpcd.com)
Specializes in building Canadian Pacific Railway detail model parts for wooden, heavyweight and lightweight passenger equipment; also makes other Canadian railway passenger detail parts for CNR, ONR and ACR; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
- Great Western Railway 4253 (www.4253.co.uk)
Project to restore this GWR Churchward designed 2-8-0T steam engine built in 1917 for the re-opening of the Kent and East Sussex Railway to Robertsbridge; Whitstable, Kent, England, UK.
- Great Western Railway 7200 Trust (www.7200trust.org.uk)
Formed to restore to mainline working condition one of the largest and heaviest freight tank locomotives built by the Great Western Railway; it is hoped to use her at Quainton as well as other railway events; has a Facebook Page; Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, UK.
- Great Western Railway of Colorado, LLC (GWR) (www.omnitrax.com/railroads/great-western-railway-of-colorado-llc.aspx)
Class III short line railroad owns and operates a total of 80 miles of track and interchanges with BNSF and UP; customers include Anheuser-Busch, Vestas, Front Range Ethanol, Eastman Kodak, Owens-Illinois, AllWeather Wood, Universal Forest Products, Amalgamated Sugar and Wedron Silica; home to the Great Western Industrial Park, a 700-acre rail served industrial complex being developed by Broe Real Estate; owned by OmniTRAX, Inc.; Loveland, Colorado, USA.
- Great Western Railway Display Modules (www.xs4all.nl/~djmuider/Andoversford.html)
Modules for exhibition of the GWR as it existed at Andoversford, Gloucestershire, England from 1930 to 1937; 1:43Ż Scale (7mm to the foot) using 32mm track and steam locomotives; all structures are scratchbuilt; Diemen, The Netherlands (Nederlands).
- Great Western Railway Preservation Group (www.gwrpg.co.uk)
Preserving the heritage of London railways by locomotive restoration, establishment of a heritage center, and operate steam passenger excursions; Heston, Middlesex, England, UK.
- Great Western Society (www.gwsmainline.org)
Operates the Didcot Railway Centre and performs restorations of locomotives, buildings, tracks of the Great Western Railway; Didcot, Oxfordshire, UK.
- Great Western Study Group (www.gwsg.org.uk)
Began in 1975 as a non-profit body of enthusiasts sharing an interest in studying a variety of aspects of Gread Western Railway history and practice & promoting research into GWR topics; interests are not confined to prototype practice but include modeling in various gauges and in maintaining a close interest in current trends in the commercial modeling market; Hillingdon (London), Middlesex, England, UK.
- Greater Baton Rouge Model Railroaders (www.greaterbrrailroaders.com)
Multiple scale model railroading together with community outreach in the areas of scouting, public speakers, public model displays, educational workshops and a Christmas open house; has a Facebook Page; Jackson, Louisiana, USA.
- Greater Cincinnati Garden Railway Society (www.gcgrs.org)
Fun oriented organization established to provide a means for its members to exchange ideas, learn and enjoy the hobby of large scale indoor/outdoor model railroading; meetings are held monthly at a member's home; has a Facebook Page; Covington, Kentucky, USA.
- Greater Florida LEGO® Train Club (www.gflug.org)
Provides a place for adult fans of LEGO® to meet, share ideas and display their creations in a public environment; has a Facebook Page; Clearwater, Florida, USA.
- Greater Niagara Model Railroad Engineers (www.gnmre.ca)
HO Scale model railroad club operates the Fenwick Central Railroad; hosts open house events 4 times per year and meets Wednesday evenings; Fenwick, Ontario, Canada.
- Greater Portland LEGO« Railroaders (www.gplr.org)
Members construct structures and scenery for their model railroad using LEGO« building pieces and display their art at various community events; Portland, Oregon, USA.
- Greater Rochester Railfan Page (www.rochester-railfan.net)
Emphasizes the operation of area shortline and mainline railroads with maps, customers, locomotive rosters, area railroad attractions, trainspotting guide and other items of interest to the local railfan; Henrietta, New York, USA.
- Greater Vancouver Garden Railway Club (www.gvgrc.ca)
Established in 1994; club layout located in Surrey; over 200 members meet at members homes to view, assist in construction and operate G Gauge model trains; Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.
- Greek Train Models (www.trainmodels.gr)
Hobby site presenting pictures of a personal collection of HO Scale model trains; promotes modeling of Greek railway prototypes; maintained by Chris Milonas; Athens, Greece. Web Gem Award recipient.
- Greeley Freight Station Museum (www.gfsm.org)
Constructing a small railroad museum that will be noted for its world class, full scenery model railroad that will attract visitors from around the country and the world; has a Facebook Page; Greeley, Colorado, USA.
- Green Bay & Western Lines (www.greenbayroute.com)
Source for modeling and railfan information that includes the Ahnapee & Western, Kewaunee Green Bay & Western, and the Fox River Valley railroads; maintained by Mark Mathu; Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, USA.
- Green Cargo (www.greencargo.com)
Swedish freight railway chosen to manage 30 percent of the domestic freight trains; operates nearly 500 trains each day plus 30 trains to and from the European continent; Solna, Stockholm, Sweden (Svenska, English).
- Green Country Model Railroaders Association (www.gcmra.org)
Model railroad club currently building a large layout where they operate their trains, learn new skills while teaching others, hold swap meets and enjoy the fellowship with other modelers; Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
- Green County Railroad Information (www.whrc-wi.org/greencnty1.htm)
Provides information and the history of railroading in Green County, Wisconsin, and the people that made railroading work; maintained by Jim Kalrath; Drums, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Green Frog Productions (www.greenfrog.com)
Producers of videos and audio recordings for railfans and modelers since 1983; includes videos made from film shot from the 1920's through the 1970's; has a Facebook Page; Marietta, Georgia, USA.
- Green Leader Limited (www.electricrail.co.uk)
Engineers and consultants in the field of railway electrification for light rail, metros, subways or plant and equipment for rail applications; Basingstoke, Hants, England, UK.
- Green Mountain Railroad (www.rails-vt.com)
Shortline railroad offering train rides to tourists and locals; freight service runs 6 to 7 days a week; has a Facebook Page; Bellows Falls, Vermont, USA.
- Green Rail Link (www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~kennyb)
Explores the West Yorkshire railway system including the trains, routes and infrastructure; maintained by Ken Bolton; Cheshire County, England, UK.
- Green Rail News (www.greenrailnews.com)
Resource for ultra low emissions rail information, industry news and selected rosters of "genset" switching locomotives, hybrids and other low emissions repower units; has a Facebook Page; maintained by Jody Moore; Bremerton, Washington, USA.
- Green Ridge and Big Spring Railroad (www.greenridgevillage.org/page/4977-model-railroad-club)
Tourist attraction displaying an HO Scale model railroad in a 44 by 36 feet train room that has 1657 feet of track, 168 switches and can operate 8 to 10 trains from 10 controls panels; Newville, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Green Steam Products (www.greensteamproducts.com)
Provides an optical model railroad train detector module, a grade-crossing-signal flasher module, an LED HO crossbuck signal, electronic-animation modules and supplies, DCC systems and much more; California City, California, USA.
- Green Zephyr, Inc. (www.greenzephyrinc.com)
Offers state-of-the-art refrigerated rail equipment capable of handling up to four truckloads of product requiring temperature control in a single car from coast to coast to intermediate markets; Chicago, Illinois, USA.
- Greenberg's Train & Toy Show (www.greenbergshows.com)
Operates shows in the 14 northeastern United States focusing on model and toy trains; owned and operated by Train Expo Inc.; has a Facebook Page; Carol Stream, Illinois, USA.
- Greenbriar Cheat & Elk Railway Company (www.trainweb.org/randysrr/gce/gce1.htm)
One thousand square foot large scale garden railroad with 450 feet of track, 38 turnouts; based on the logging and coaling regions of West Virginia in the 1930's; Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Greenbrier Companies (www.gbrx.com)
International company that builds, leases, repairs and refurbishes general freight cars, box cars, hoppers, container stack cars, ocean-going barges and Auto-Max cars to the railroad industry; subsidiaries are Greenbrier Europe, Greenbrier Management Services, Greenbrier Rail Services, Gunderson, Gunderson Concarril, Gunderson GIMSA, Gunderson Marine and Autostack; Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA.
- Greenbrier Europe (www.gbrx.com/page.php?view=GREENBRIER_EUROPE)
Subsidiary of The Greenbrier Companies which consists of a manufacturing facility with a comprehensive portfolio of proven wagon designs, WagonySwidnica S.A., Swidnica, Poland, and a sales support facility, Greenbrier Germany GmbH, Leipzig, Germany.
- Greenbrier Leasing Company (GLC) (www.gbrx.com/page.php?view=LEASING)
Leading provider of leasing and management services that owns or manages a fleet of approximately 136,000 railcars; subsidiary of The Greenbrier Companies; Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA.
- Greenbrier Management Services (GMS) (www.gbrx.com/page.php?view=GREENBRIER_MS)
Full-service railcar management company; through Enspire«, a suite of railcar management services, provides scalable railcar equipment solutions to railroads, leasing companies and shippers; subsidiary of The Greenbrier Companies; Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA.
- Greenbrier Rail Services (GRS) (www.gbrx.com/page.php?view=GREENBRIER_RS)
One of the largest repair, wheel, and refurbishment service networks in North America, uniquely positioned to offer innovative engineering solutions and skilled repair and refurbishment services with a fleet of approximately 136,000 railcars; subsidiary of The Greenbrier Companies; Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA.
- Greenbrier Railroad Models (www.btsrr.com/btsgrm01.htm)
S and Sn3 Gauge brass locomotives manufactured for scale operation and includes detail parts such as air horn, radio antenna, plow and others; Belington, West Virginia, USA.
- Greenest Dollar (www.thegreenestdollar.com/2009/02/homes-made-from-old-cabooses)
Section of a "green" blog site with helpful tips and information about the time and expense involved in buying and refurbishing a railroad caboose or railcar into a micro home; maintained by Heather Levin; "Upper Midwest," USA.
- GreenLight LLC (www.greenlightcollectibles.com)
Manufacturer of authentic die-cast replicas of S Scale American-prototype automobiles (street and racing), trucks and vans; has a Facebook Page; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
- GreenMax Corporation (www.greenmax.co.jp)
Manufacturer of N Scale railway models; Tokyo, Japan (Japanese).
- Greenock & District Model Railway Club (www.greenockmrc.co.uk)
Formed in 1970s; models in N and OO Scales; meets Tuesday and Friday evenings and exhibits at many local shows and events; has a Facebook Page; Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, UK.
- Greenway Products (www.greenwayproducts.com)
Manufacturer and retailer of custom brass model railroad products in all scales that includes electronics, brass engines, specialty tools, fastners and much more; Ligonier, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Greenwich 2000 (wwp.greenwichengland.com/travel/trains.htm)
Timetables, tips and information about the worlds oldest suburban railway to Greenwich or Blackheath; London, England, UK.
- Greenwood Engineering A/S (www.greenwood.dk)
Produces measuring devices for checking railroad car wheel profiles, rail gauge, brake disc profile and others; Br°ndby, Denmark.
- Greg.Halpin.com (greg.halpin.com/trains.htm)
Railfan site dedicated to railroads around York, Pennsylvania that includes the Maryland & Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, Northern Central and the Pennsylvania; York, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Greg Proctor's Home Page (homepages.ihug.co.nz/~procter/GLPHOMEP.HTM)
Information and photographs about the railways and model railways of New Zealand and Europe; maintained by G.L. Proctor; Christchurch, New Zealand.
- Greg Scholl Video Productions (www.gregschollvideo.com)
Major publisher of steam & diesel railroad videos on DVD and video tape; Batavia, Ohio, USA.
- Greg's Train Page (www.rrsites.com/gtp)
Railfan site featuring Canadian and western United States railways, steam and diesel excursions, sounds of steam, photos and Squamish area rail information; Squamish, British Columbia, Canada. Web Gem Award recipient.
- Grenada Railway, LLC (www.vsrailway.com/grenada.html)
Class III short line located in Mississippi; approximately 187 miles long, runs from Southaven to Canton, Mississippi with a depot located in Grenada; a spur also runs to Bruce Junction; interchanges with Canadian National at Canton, Mississippi and Memphis, Tennessee; main commodities hauled include forestry products, scrap metal and grain; also has the capacity to store up to 15 miles of railcars; owned and operated by V&S Railway, LLC (www.vsrailway.com); Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
- Gresley On Line (www.gresley.org.uk/mainpage.htm)
Biographical information about Sir Nigel Gresley; one of the leading British locomotive designers of the steam age and a mechanical engineer of great skill, he had the imagination and boldness to innovate; has a Facebook Page; maintained by Sue McNaughton; Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, UK.
- Griff and Mark's Gunzelling Adventures (members.tripod.com/~gunzel1)
Collection of videos and photos of trains taken over the years from various spots across Australia and the Pacific Region (mainly New Zealand); Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
- Griffith Park Train Rides (www.griffithparktrainrides.com)
Two miniature tourist railroads (Griffith Park & Southern Railroad and Travel Town Railroad) in Los Angeles, California; operated by GP Rah Enterprises LLC; has a Facebook Page; Van Nuys, California, USA.
- Grimsby & Cleethorpes Model Engineering Society (www.gcmes.org.uk)
80 member club formed in 1935; can accommodate 5 and 7¼ inch gauge locomotives and rolling stock on all the track and 3½ inch gauge on the inner loop; visits by other societies with their rolling stock are welcomed on any of their operating days; Waltham, Lincolnshire, England, UK.
- Grindham (www.grindham.co.uk)
Photographs of model railways, ships, aircraft and military; has some information, both about the models and the prototypes; maintained by Richard Hall; UK.
- Gritty Oyster Railway Company (www.theoaks.ca/gritty.html)
Garden railway captures the flavor and essence of a small working railroad with an industrial short line theme; Cobble Hill, British Columbia, Canada.
- Grizzly Mountain Engineering (www.g-m-e.com)
Model railroad equipment, brass locomotives, model railroad kits, sound systems, sound cams, speakers & related components, lighting systems, custom sound & lighting installations;; Estes Park, Colorado, USA.
- Grosvenor Park Miniature Railway (www.gpmr.co.uk)
7¼ inch gauge railway located only a few minutes walk from Chester's historic city center; operates steam and diesel hauled trains over a ¼ mile circuit around the lake; Chester, Cheshire, England, UK
- Groudle Glen Railway (www.groudleglenrailway.com)
Owned by the Isle of Man Steam Railway Supporters' Association and operated by volunteers, this narrow gauge railway offers tourist rides behind steam and diesel electric locomotives; has a Facebook Page; Onchan, Isle of Man, UK.
- Ground Control Geophysik & Consulting GmbH (www.saferailsystem.com)
Specializes in the examination of railway lines using high-speed SafeRailSystem, our Ground-Penetration Radar (GPR) system; MŘnchen (Munich), Bavaria, Germany (Deutsch, English, Franšais).
- Group 160 N- Trak Club (group160.org/group160)
Layouts are modular in nature and adhere to the N-Trak 2000 standard (four, six or eight feet long by two feet wide); has a Facebook Page; Burbank, California, USA.
- Groupe d'Etude du ModÚlisme Ó voie MÚtrique et Etroite (GEMME) (www.gemme.org)
Founded in 1985, this association provides its members with model making workshops, study trips, libraries and documentation specializing in Metric Gauge and Narrow Gauge track; publishes a member bulletin; Villeparisis, France (Franšais).
- Groupement des Amis du Rail Luxembourg (www.gar.lu)
Objectives are the promulgation of knowledge about national and international railways, the organization of railway journeys and the publication of railway books; Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (Franšais, Deutsch, English).
- Grovenor Sidings (www.norgrove.me.uk)
British model railway layout set in the 1960's in mixed gauges, including P4, and an assortment of equipment from Hornby, Bachmann and others; maintained by Keith Norgrove; Woodford Green, Essex, England, UK.
- (The) Growler Group (thegrowlergroup.org.uk)
Discover the history of their locomotives, British Rail Class 37, 37215 and 37248, and read about the progress being made in their restoration and preservation; Newport, South Wales, UK.
- Grupo de Ferromodelismo Modular (www.ferroaficionados.org)
Modular model railroad club models in scale ratios from 1:22 to 1:220, with the most common scale being 1:87; organizes meetings and exhibitions for schools, institutions and the general public; Montevideo, Uruguay (Espa˝ol).
- Gruppo Romano Amici della Ferrovia (GRAF) (www.graf.tv)
Promotes and works for the preservation and collecting of historical and technical Italian railway and tramway information; has a closed group Facebook Pagemaintained by Marco Min¨; Flatbush, New York, USA (Italiano, English and an onsite Google Translate link).
- Guangshen Railway Company Limited (www.gsrc.com)
Passenger and freight transportation business between Shenzhen and Pingshi and certain long-distance passenger transportation services; Shenzhen, People's Republic of China (PRC); English, Chinese.
- Guelph Historical Railway Association (www.ghra.ca)
Preserving the railway history in and around Guelph through restoration of artifacts, collecting items of interest, publishing a newsletter and organize excursions; Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
- Guelph Junction Express (GJE) (www.destinytours.com/gje)
Embarked on it's inaugural excursion on Saturday September 20, 2008; offers weekend dinner, brunch and sightseeing excursions year-round on 17 miles of track owned by the Guelph Junction Railway (est. 1884) between Guelph and Guelph Junction (Campbellville area); Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
- Guelph Junction Railway (www.osrinc.ca/update/Operations/guelph.htm)
Division of the Ontario Southland Railway Inc. operates 24 miles of track between Guelph and Campbellville, Ontario on behalf of the City of Guleph; also provides connections with both major railways and provides common use track for rail to transloading for its customers; Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
- Guelph Radial Railway (www.trainweb.org/elso/guelph.htm)
Began passenger operations in 1895 with freight service beginning in 1900 and operated until discontinuance in 1939; find the history, routes and photos here; Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
- Guide to the Industrial Revolution (www.shopdirectbrands.com/guide-to-industrial-revolution.html)
Interesting set of links to web sites about the Industrial Revolution that began in the 1700s in England; included are subjects such as "The Railway System" and "Transportation During the Industrial Revolution"; maintained by the Shop Direct Brands; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
- Guide to Map Resources on the Internet (www.cgrer.uiowa.edu/servers/servers_references.html)
University of Iowa guide to some of the map and reference resources available via the World Wide Web; maps listed were selected because they are thought to be reasonably useful or interesting; Iowa City, Iowa, USA.
- Guide to Z-Scale (www.guidetozscale.com)
Information about Z-Scale model railroads to help you build an operating Z Scale model railroad layout; maintained by Riley O'Connor; Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
- Guild of Railway Artists (www.railart.co.uk)
Formed in the 1970's to forge a link between railway scene artists, further the artistic portrayal of railways, stage railway art exhibitions and assist in the historical research to accurately portray railway subjects; Warwick, Warwickshire, England, UK
- Guildford Model Engineering Society (www.gmes.org.uk)
With over 200 members from around the world, this club builds and operates 3½ and 5 inch gauge locomotives and rolling stock on a raised track bed and 7¼ inch gauge equipment on a ground level track; also provides for 32mm and 45mm garden railways plus OO gauge; other interests include traction engines, stationary engines, internal combustion engines, boats, clocks and scientific instruments; Guildford, Surrey, England, UK.
- Guildford Model Railway Group (members.ozemail.com.au/~mvnash/gmrg)
Surburban Sydney group formed in 1990 to construct an HO Scale exhibition layout centered on the railways of New South Wales; Guildford, New South Wales, Australia.
- Gulbene-Aluksne Railway (www.banitis.lv)
33 Kilometer passenger carrying tourist railway is the last section of narrow gauge railway in general use in Latvia; Gulbene, Latvia (Latvian, English, Franšais, Russian).
- Gulf & Ohio Railways, Inc. (www.gulfandohio.com)
Holding company with eight shortline railroads: Conecuh Valley, Three Notch, Wiregrass Central in Alabama; Laurinburg & Southern, Morehead & South Fork, Nash County, Yadkin Valley in North Carolina; Knoxville & Holston River, Three Rivers Rambler Train Ride in Tennessee; Knoxville Locomotive Works is a subsidiary; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.
- Gulf Coast Model Railroad Hobby Shop (www.gcmrr.com)
Supplier of model railroad equipment and accessories; offers appraisals, consignments and repairs; Sarasota, Florida, USA.
- Gulf Coast Switching Company, LLC (GCS) (www.anacostia.com/gcs/gcs.html)
Class III shortline began providing contract rail switching and track maintenance services at Robinson Yard in October 2008; handles 12,000 carloads annually with 3 locomotives; operated by Anacostia Rail Holdings for Anacostia & Pacific Company, Inc.; Dayton, Texas, USA.
- Gulf Mobile and Ohio Historical Society (www.gmohs.org)
Nonprofit historical and educational organization dedicated to preserving the history of the Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Railroad, its predecessor lines and subsidiary companies; Marion, Illinois, USA.
- Gunderson, LLC (www.gbrx.com/page.php?view=GUNDERSON)
One of the largest manufacturers in North America that has produced more than 100,000 general freight cars, box cars, hoppers, Maxi-Stack &Husky-Stack double-stack ISO container cars, two-unit articulated Auto-Max cars and over 2,000 marine vessels in their 908,000 sq. ft. facility since 1919; customers include all Class 1 and many short line railroads, shippers and leasing companies; subsidiary of The Greenbrier Companies; Portland, Oregon, USA.
- GŘtzold GmbH & Co. Kg (www.guetzold.de)
Manufacturer of HO and TT Scale model railway diesel, electric and steam locomotives and cars (all following European prototypes) that operate on DC and AC power; Zwickau, Saxony, Germany (Deutsch).
- Gwili Steam Railway (www.gwili-railway.co.uk)
Mission is to rebuild a sustainable working steam railway between Carmarthen North and Llanpumpsaint; to broaden, develop and enhance the facilities available to passengers, both on-board the train and at stations; has a Facebook Page; Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK.
- Gwili Vintage Carriage Group (www.gvcg.co.uk)
Safeguarding the Victorian carriages on the Gwili Railway and assembling a collection of railway vehicles to form a Victorian passenger train that would have run in Wales; has a Facebook Page; Bronwydd, Carmarthen, Wales, UK.
- Gwydir Valley Models (www.gwydirvalleymodels.com)
Variety of Australian prototype ready to run locomotives and rolling stock by AR Kits, Lima, Trainmaster and Bachmann; Australian distributors of IRDOT infrared train detectors, slow acceleration & shuttle units; Glen Innes, New South Wales (Australia).
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