This section is devoted to noncommercial web-sites of collectors of 1:1250 models. If you wish to have your site listed, please drop us a line.


redball.gif (371 bytes) AA Military Research - AA Military Research (AAMR) is a small company located in suburban Maryland. They specialize in researching photographs, plans and textual documents for US Navy subjects from the late 1890's through the end of World War II.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hans Diskau's Site - Hans Diskau's site has over 1,000 photos of 1250 models and is growing. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Peter Ohm's Page - Peter Ohm is one of the most talented modeler's in using 1:1250 scale ships in dioramas. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Iain McGeachy's Site - Iain McGeachy displays his collection of 1250 scale models ranging from a wide span of time. The site includes plastic models as well as the classic metal models in this scale. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) TIM HUDSON'S MINI-SHIP PAGE - Tim has a great deal of useful information about 1200/1250 scale ship models in the U.K. including lists of some more obscure, and now out of production, U.K. manufacturers.
redball.gif (371 bytes) SAM BERLINER III'S SHIP PAGE - Sam has a site devoted to Comet/Authenticast models.
redball.gif (371 bytes) TOM STOCKTON'S SHIP PAGE - Tom combines photos of 1250 scale models with historic information about the ships. An interesting feature is Tom's effort to include various manufacturer's models of the same ship.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tri-ang Minic Ships -  This site run by Charles E. B. Shave is devoted to the classic models of Tri-ang Minic Ships.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Miniature Modeling - John Youngerman's new web site. Everyone is familiar with John's extensive collection of scratch-built models. Now he has his own site.
redball.gif (371 bytes) - This German site run by Thomas Schröder has some excellent photos of various 1:1250 models. There is also companion English version, Schroeder1250.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wiking-Schiffe Katalog - This site run by Mathias Lüdicke is devoted to Wiking Ship Models.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ingo Hohm's 1250 Site A small site, which provides information on a variety of models in this scale.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fritz Kermauner's K.u K. Site This site by Fritz Kermauner contains photos of his collection of Austro-Hungarian ship models in 1:1250 scale. A useful reference to view these models.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bob Wiringa's Ship Collection Bob has assembled a nice inventory of photos of ships in his collection. A useful reference to view the models.