References & Bibliography: Modelling the LNER
The Historic Model Railway Society is considered one of the premier historic societies
for British railway modellers, and covers everything from pre-Trevithick to today.
The Ryedale Society of Model Engineers is based at East Gilling in
North Yorkshire, and operates a ground level 5" gauge railway that often runs LNER main line workings.
The following companies manufacturer LNER models or parts.
Isinglass Models continue to sell a wide range
of drawings of LNER locomotives and coaches for 4mm and 7mm scales. These drawings were produced by the
late John Edgson.
Jim McGeown's Connoisseur Models produce a range of 7mm scale brass
kits, most of which are LNER or constituent company prototypes. These have a good reputation and many are ideal
Severn Mill Name Plates produce name plates and shed plates
for 7mm scale ('O' gauge). As well as LNER plates, their stock includes BR and the other 'Big Four' companies.
Non-LNER modelling resources and sites are listed on their own page.