Web Site Excellence Awards
At right was the simple nomination form (available during the nominating period). Jamie will contact you if there are any questions (so please make sure you enter your email address correctly).
See the most recent Winners page.
Winning web sites should have good content, be very useful and well designed. Sites must be live steam and/or diesel model railroad related. Any scale railroad was OK as long as you can ride on it and it's not full scale. We are looking for sites that are not only enjoyable and useful to the model railroader and railfan, but also attract non-railroaders to the model railroading hobby.
Lists of past nominees.
Nominees for the 2010 contest
Altona Miniature Railway
Arborway T.T. and Northwestern Railroad
Buckingham Central Rail Road
Canton, St. Paul and Pacific Railway
Central Pasco & Gulf Railroad
Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers
Chula Vista Live Steamers
Colorado Live Steamers
Dells Live Steamers and Model Engineers
Eagle Point Railroad
Finger Lakes Live Steamers
Hesston Steam Museum
Island Pond Railroad
Lake Forest Live Steamers Railway Museum
Las Vegas Railroad Society
Long Island Live Steamers
Michigan Central Railroad
New Unionville & Western Railroad
North Georgia Live Steamers
Northeastern Ohio Live Steamers
Pennsylvania Live Steamers
Rocky Mountain Rails
Sacramento Valley Live Steamers
Southern California Live Steamers.com
Tradewinds & Atlantic Railroad
Triad Live Steamers
Vulcan Forge Short Line Railroad
Wabash Frisco and Pacific Railroad
Whiskey River Railway
Willow Creek Railroad
LiveSteamTracks.Info - The Winner!
Godshall's Custom Machining
Plum Cove Studios
Ridge Locomotive Works
Nominate a Site:|
If the site was already listed on this page (lower left), there was no need to nominate it again.
Nominations will not open as the contest had been archived.
If a "compose email" screen pops up, simply hit Send.
If this form does not work for you (it happens on some systems), simply email the same information to Jamie Foster.
This contest was co-sponsored by the Bitter Creek Western Railroad (BCWRR) and