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Welcome to the homepage of the Dutch Hornby Railway Collectors Association. This site is dedicated to the Dutch HRCA and vintage Hornby Trains in general. It is maintained by Peter Zwakhals, the Club Secretary and Hans van Dissel.

Recent updates

October 2016: News page updated

June 2016: 2016 AGM meeting report

May 2016: Links page updated

April 2016: LMC 'Wagons' page updated

December 2015: 2016 version Price Guide

December 2015: LMC 'Locomotives' page updated

November 2015: Eurospoor 2015 meeting report

September 2015: LMC 'Coaches' page updated

June 2015: Dublo collection page updated

May 2015: 2015 AGM meeting report

March 2015: LMC 'Other' page updated

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Hornby Trains

The Dutch HRCA section contains a short history of the Dutch HRCA, where the club and its goals are introduced. Also included are pictures of the members personal collections.

The meeting reports page contains reports (and pictures) of past meetings. These meetings may be centred around a relevant special event or a visit to one of our members' homes.

The site has a list of relevant links of Hornby interest, divided into various categories for your convenience. These not only include sites about Hornby O-gauge, but also those about Hornby Dublo and HRCA-related organisations.

If you want to know what your vintage O-gauge locomotive is worth these days? The Price guide to Hornby O-gauge locomotives is generated from a database containing thousands of prices from auction results, eBay sales, dealer lists and prices asked at sales shows.

Although this site is dedicated to Hornby products and the Dutch HRCA, most of its members have a wider-ranging interest in vintage model trains and are TCS-members too. Have a look at the Biller Bahn page, the Leeds Model Company pages or a vintage train display we had at the Haarlem Station Festival.

Internet-based eGroups

The internet-based discussion group is for anyone interested in Classic O-gauge model- and toytrains. Use this link to join the group (it's free!) and get in touch with enthusiasts worldwide. For collectors with a wider ranging interest then O-gauge, there is a similar group for the Train Collectors Society (TCS). Click here to join that group.