Graham Farish models are N' scale. The Advantage with N' Scale is that it is possible to build a complehensive layout in a much smaller space in comparison with other model railway scales. For those with limited room to spare for your layout, this is an ideal scale to choose.
Dapol manufactures a growing range of N gauge locomotives, coaches and wagons, and is the main competitor of Graham Farish in the British 'ready-to-run' market. Continuous improvement in model specifications has led to the introduction of 40:1 gearing in locomotive drive mechanisms, NEM couplings on all stock, and LED lighting strips for coaching stock (yellow for 'older' coaches, to represent incandescent illumination, and white for more modern coaches and EMUs to represent fluorescent fittings).
N' Gauge Locomotives and Track
Kato Precision Railroad Models is a Japanese manufacturer of model railroad equipment in N and HO scales.
USA N' Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock
N' Gauge Atlas Locomotives and Accessories
Atlas Model Railroad Company, Inc. makes scale models in N scale, HO scale, and O scale. The company is based in Hillside, New Jersey, United States.
Fleischmann Loco's and Rolling Stock and Track
Fleischmann is a German manufacturer of model railway products. Fleischmann was founded in Nuremberg in 1887 by Jean Fleischmann, as a toy company. Their first model train, in O scale, was produced in 1938. Their first H0 scale products were introduced in 1952 and their N scale "Piccolo" product line in 1969.
Peco N' 009 00 Gauge Track, Accessories, Electronics, Buildings Roilling Stock
Peco for their track, also produce a wide range of lineside accessories, scenics, buildings kits as well as few some locomotives.