Welcome to The Monorail Society Modeling Page. As you
know, model railroading has been a popular hobby for many years.
However, monorail modeling is still relatively rare. These pages
are not intended to be a "how-to" section, they are
essentially a picture post to show off models built by our members
or other models that we have seen. We think this hobby will grow
rapidly as more monorails open and interest in modeling them increases.
Chongqing Monorail Diecast Display. Classy souvenir released on the occasion of the opening of the system in China.
Crouse House Monorail System. TMS member Robert Crouse's elaborate room-to-room
Mark VI set up.
Disneyland Mark V display. Take the popular toy and make it look accurate. Mark V by Disney, track stand by Kim Pedersen.
Disneyland Mark VII display. Rob Ulaner's beautiful one-of-a-kind wood model custom built to his specs.
Expo 70 model. Ryoji Wada follows up on his Yokohama Dreamland model (see below) with another one of Japan's historic monorails.
Forant station model. TMS member Robert Forant's Alweg station model.
Lizard Valley's Iguana. TMS member Marc Horovitz's working model of a Lartigue steam-powered monorail.
Niles Monorail. Not exactly a scale model, but certainly a unique creation.
Nowicki FischerTechnik Alweg
Model. Daniel Nowicki duplicates the Alweg bogies using Germany's
popular construction set.
Osaka Transportation Museum. Two
manufacturer engineering models on display.
Puppy Mover Monorail. TMS member James Horecka's amusing and amazing weekend project that grew into a fully functional scale monorail.
Sentosa Monorail display. Hitachi sends TMS this model display, converted from toy.
Tokyo Monorail Type 1000 by Fujimi. Outstanding extremely detailed 1/150 display model kits.
Von Roll station model. TMS member Alejandro Vela's combination of HO parts make a monorail
Walt Disney World VI toy simulator upgrade. TMS member Michael J. Andrews has designed the ultimate WDW toy upgrade.
Yokohama Dreamland Monorail model. Ryoji Wada's operating scale model of short-lived line in Japan.
If you have a completed monorail model, perhaps you
would like to share some images with us? Tell us about your model
by e-mailing us at monorailsociety 'at' gmail.com.