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OO Gauge Model Railway and Trains

Enthusiasts of OO gauge model railway and trains can find a highly sought after engine or part to complete or enhance their collection, with a wide variety to choose from.

Essential bits of track, quirky and interesting parts, accessories, impressive engines and locomotives, wagons and coaches are among the selection, which could take a model railway and train collection to a new level.

OO gauge is the most popular among model railway enthusiasts in the United Kingdom and leading brands produce a variety of accessories and trains just for this track. If you are looking for specific parts and vehicles for your OO gauge model railway, then you can choose from brands including Hornby, Bachmann, PECO, and Mainline.

Alternatively, you can find what you need in your preferred category by searching in locomotives, parts and accessories, wagons, coaches, rail tracks and starter sets.

A new piece of OO gauge rail track can transform your model railway by changing its layout and helping your trains to go over more distance or at a faster pace. A flexi-track can be bent, cut and joined together giving you versatility, other types of track, which can come up for sale include right-hand turn points, left-hand turnouts and curved and straight tracks.

Parts and accessories, such as model figures, buildings and landscapes can add interest to your OO gauge railway. Keep an eye out for model building kits in card or plastic to construct your own trackside buildings and figures, or look for figures and models to transform the landscape, such as people, animals, and trees.

Your vehicles are the star part of your model railway and you can choose from a wide selection of engines, carriages and wagons made just for OO gauge railways, from leading brands including Hornby, Bachmann, and Mainline.

The popularity of OO gauge model railways means the enthusiast has a wide selection to buy from, which will ensure their track remains the envy of others for years to come.

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