To visit these web sites just click on the underline name.

Tri-ang parts UK

a great website with lots of parts for your Tri-ang pedal car!



Chasing Pedal cars

Advertise your pedal car/pedal car parts for free.

Buy and sell pedal cars at chasing pedal cars. 


Tri-ang Forum

A forum for Tri-ang enthusiasts around the world.

You are also able to discuss in real time with others .



Tri-ang society

This is a general web site of the Tri-ang society .

Find out about one of the finest Toy Museums in the World.


The web site of the Museum of Childhood

Cambridge Heath Road London E2 9PA


Photo: V&A Museum of Childhood  Will Pryce

Thsi museum is situated in Wilmington Australia and belongs to David Christie. It is specialised in Meccano products, Dinky toys and hornby trains.

Dutchman Wiebe Buising is a Spot-On collector with one of the largest collections in the world.

His web site is very interesting even if you don't collect Spot-On models

Deinze is a little village in Belgium which had several toy makers.

This web site of Katrien and Peter gives information about especially Belgium Pedal Cars made by Torck.

A site for obsolete and restored die cast, and television related 


Tri-ang railways

Dave Coxon built a web site with all about his passion: Tri-ang Railways


A website about old toys and sell spares including the Taylor & Barrett figures for Minic cars


Buddy L

Although it has nothing to do with Tri-ang, Buddy L is an USA equivalent which made great large toys.


MARX- Wyandotte

Darin Wood is an American collector who built a website dedicated to Marx en Wyandotte models. A great website with a lot of pictures and information




Alan's Meccano pages

This website belongs to Alan Esplen and gives you all information about Meccano

A great American website about

Doepke, Nylint, Tonka, Structo and Marx.


Fun Ho toys

This website is intended as a forum for New Zealand made toys.

Boomaroo, Hercules, Cyclops and more


Forts and castle museum

For full details of Tri-ang and other castles

This is an online museum of  the castle expert, Allen Hickling .

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