Eric's Useful Links
Model Railroading Links
www.ogauge.org - North Atlanta O-Gauge Railroad Club, the local club I belong to. An awesome bunch of guys!
My YouTube Page - Lots of videos of my trains in action, O-scale tutorials, product revies and more.
Eric's Trains on Facebook - Become of fan of Eric's Trains on Facebook
Piedmont Pilgrimage - The annual tour of Atlanta area train layouts. My layout is part of this tour.
My Piedmont Pilgrimage Page - My page on the Piedmont Pilgrimage website.
My Train Photos - Photos I've taken of real trains around Atlanta and other assorted places.
More Of My Train Pics - My train photo album on the RailRoad Picture Archives website.
Legacy Station- A great train store just outside of Atlanta owned by Brian Sheffield. Brian's a great guy and runs a great store.
The Train Loft - Jeff Konczal's train shop in Winston-Salen, NC. Great store.
The Train Doctor - A good place to buy replacement parts for postwar trains.
Train Collectors Weekly - Train collectors weekly hall of fame.
Millhouse River Studio - I bought my current turntable from Millhouse River. It's truly amazing!
Brennan's Model Railroading - I buy many of my scenery supplies and kits from Dennis. Great guy!
O-Gauge Railroading Magazine - O gauge railroading magazine. I'm an avid reader of OGR and their online forum is awesome as well.
Classic Toy Trains - Another great model railroading magazine, geared towards O-Gauge and O-Scale
Rails USA Rail Site Directory - You can find links to the websites of other railfans on this fine site.
The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of Lionel Trains - A good article on the history of Lionel.
Hobby Innovations - Makers of the wonderful Flexxbed roadbed material that I use on my layout.
Lionel Trains - The official Lionel website.
MTH Electric Trains - Mike's Train House (Some of the best trains made)
Atlas Trains - The home of Atlas, makers of some of the most detailed trains I've ever seen as well as great track.
The Collectors Weekly Hall of Fame - My website was selected for The Collectors Weekly Hall of Fame. Read the article.
Marty E's Kodiak Junction - Marty E.'s Kodiak Junction train website.
www.ericsiegel.net - My biography, sorta.