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Model Railway Shop listings are, mostly, taken from the official stockist lists of the main manufacturers of UK model railway products. These are, as far as possible, verified against independent retailer databases including OpenStreetmap, Yell and Google. Some shops are added manually if they are known to exist but don't appear in any manufacturer stockist list.
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