A fair number of model railroad dealers maintain websites. Here's but a small sampling, with the emphasis of course on those specializing in European models, particularly the Dutch ones.
European Dealers, mostly Dutch
|Arkel Mourits b.v.||De Groot|
|Bado Modelbouw - Zeist||Brekelmans|
|Hobbyland||'T Hollandsch Locaalspoor|
|Huider Modeltreinen||Huisman Spoorhobby|
|Interhobby||J en H Modelbouw - Zeist|
|Kienhorst||G. Keuterman modeltreinen|
|De Locomotief||Maas Modelbouw - Roermond|
|Modelbouw Atelier Apeldoorn||René Muilwijk Modelbouw|
|Netten Modelbouw||Op Het Spoor|
|A.J.Prins treinenshop||Speyer Treinhobby|
|De Spoorbrug||Het Spoortje|
|The Techno Hobby buying group in the Netherlands have their own site. Unfortunately they don't seem to keep too up-to-date.|
|Trein 2000||De Treinen Passage|
|Triple Trains||'t Oude Station|
|Benelux Rail Not exactly a dealer, but a good potential source of second hand goodies|
Second hand Marklin goodies out of Germany.
More second hand goodies from Germany.
North American dealers
These are but a few of the North American dealers that carry/specialize in European models.
|Central Hobbies In Vancouver, B.C.||EuroRailHobbies Right in my own backyard - well almost.|
|Internet Trains||Loy's Toys your DCC store|
|Trans Europ Enterprises||Micro Macro Mundo|
|Reynaulds Euro Trains out of Geneva, IL, they carry Märklin, Fleischmann, Roco, Trix etc.||Westend Toronto Trains|
|Dave's Trains specializes in postwar Lionel trains and old trains from the Soviet Union.||ajckids.com specialize in Roco NS models normally not available in North America:)|
|Trains Ahead, a North American site for European Rail enthusiasts, with very competttive pricing.|
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