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Unidad Editorial

Unidad Editorial, S.A. is a Spanish publishing group. It is a leader in Spains daily press and in the online information sector through its owned newspapers El Mundo, Expansion and Marca.

University of British Columbia Press

The University of British Columbia Press is a university press that is part of the University of British Columbia. It was established in 1971. The Press is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and has editorial offices in Kelowna, Britis ...

University of Calgary Press

The University of Calgary Press is a university publishing house that is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Calgary. Located in Calgary, Alberta, it publishes peer-reviewed scholarly books that connect local experiences to global comm ...

University of Valle Publishing Program

The University of Valle Publishing Program, is the publishing arm of the University of Valle. While its origins can be traced since 1955, when it started operation under the name University of Valle Library, the current publisher was established ...

Variations on a Theme Publishing

Variations on a Theme - Private Label Publishing aka Variations on a Theme LLC is a publishing company in Ramsey, Minnesota which concentrates on making publisher-selected previously published works available in electronic or print formats. Autho ...

Veloce Publishing

Veloce Publishing is primarily an automotive book publisher based in Poundbury, Dorset. Founded in 1991 by Rod Grainger and Jude Brooks, it has published over 700 print and electronic titles under the Veloce name, and a further 30 plus under its ...

La Vieille Taupe

La Vieille Taupe is a publishing house and bookshop in Paris, France. The establishment went through two distinct phases in its history. Between 1965 and 1972, it had a politically ultra left slant. In 1980 a project with the same name was launch ...

Warhammer Historical Wargames

Warhammer Historical Wargames, also known as Warhammer Historical, was the publisher of Warhammer Ancient Battles and other game systems. It was an imprint from the BL Publishing division of Games Workshop. From a leaked email from Rob Broom, who ...

West End Press

West End Press is an American publishing house specializing in politically progressive literature. Founded in New York City in 1975 by John Crawford, the press has published more than 100 titles by writers such as Meridel Le Sueur, Pablo Neruda, ...

William Reed Business Media

William Reed Business Media is a business magazine and digital media company based the United Kingdom. In 2018 it has British offices in Crawley and London, and additional offices in Montpellier, France, Singapore and Chicago, United States.

Williams and Norgate

Williams and Norgate were publishers and book importers in London and Edinburgh. They specialised in both British and foreign scholarly and scientific literature. Williams & Norgate was founded by Edmund Sydney Williams 1817–1891 and Frederick No ...

World History Group

World History Group is a magazine publishing company headquartered in Leesburg, Virginia. It was founded in 2006 as Weider History Group by Eric Weider, the son of fitness entrepreneur Ben Weider and current President of Schiff Nutrition Internat ...

Writers Publishing House

The Writers Publishing House is a large-scale publishing house in mainland China. It was established in 1953, and was attached to the Chinese Publishing Association. It publishes mostly contemporary literature, and has published several bestselli ...

Wydawnictwo MAG

Wydawnictwo MAG, founded in 1993 by Jacek Rodek, is a Polish publishing house responsible for the first Polish publications concerning role-playing games. It has been known for publishing Magia i Miecz, the first role-playing games-oriented magaz ...

Zhejiang University Press

Zhejiang University Press is the official press of Zhejiang University. Established in 1984, Zhejiang University Press publishes on diverse subjects and covers areas of natural sciences, engineering and technology, the humanities and social scien ...

A. C. Gilbert Company

The A. C. Gilbert Company was an American toy company, once one of the largest in the world, who originated the Erector Set, which is a construction toy similar to Meccano in the rest of the world.

Airfix

Airfix is a UK manufacturer of injection-moulded plastic scale model kits of aircraft and other objects. In the United Kingdom the name Airfix is synonymous with plastic models of this type, often simply referred to as "an airfix kit" even if mad ...

American Flyer

Although best remembered for the S gauge trains of the 1950s that it made as a division of the A. C. Gilbert Company, American Flyer was initially an independent company whose origins date back nearly a half century earlier. Chicago, Illinois-bas ...

AR Kits

AR Kits is an Australian model railway business which produces Australian-outline kits. The business commenced operation in November 1979 under the control of Arthur Robinson.

Arnold (models)

Founded in 1906 by Karl Arnold in Nurnberg, K. Arnold & Co. began its life producing tin toys and related items. They produced an extensive line of model ships, doll house items and other toys. In 1935, K. Arnold & Co. hired Max Ernst as their ma ...

Athearn

Athearn is a United States manufacturer of model railroad equipment, produced and distributed by American hobby manufacturer Horizon Hobby, Inc. of Champaign, Illinois, USA.

Atlas Model Railroad

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. They produce a wide variety of locomotives, rolling stock, and vehicles. Atlas is well known for ...

Bachmann Branchline

Bachmann Branchline is a British 00 gauge model railway manufacturer. It is a brand name of Bachmann Industries used for British outline 00 scale model railways. Bachmann, a US company founded in 1835, was purchased by Kader Industries in 1987. K ...

Bassett-Lowke

Bassett-Lowke was a toy company in Northampton, England, founded by Wenman Joseph Bassett-Lowke in 1898 or 1899, that specialized in model railways, boats and ships, and construction sets. Bassett-Lowke started as a mail-order business, although ...

Bowser Manufacturing

Bowser Manufacturing is a United States manufacturer of model railroad equipment, located in Montoursville, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1946 by Bill Bowser in Redlands, California, he used his skill as a machinist to design and produce one of the fi ...

Broadway Limited Imports

Broadway Limited Imports, LLC designs and manufactures limited-run HO scale and N scale model railroad locomotives and rolling stock. BLI products, produced in extremely limited quantities, are equipped with Digital Command Control decoders and t ...

Edward Exley Limited

Edward Exley Limited is a manufacturer of model railway equipment, particularly ready-to-run coaches in 0 gauge and 00 gauge and a one-time major competitor to Hornby and Bassett-Lowke. The company was founded in about 1920 by its namesake in Bra ...

Egger-bahn

Egger-Bahn was a German model railway manufacturer. The company produced the first H0e scale narrow gauge rolling stock using N gauge track) models, and established HOe as a viable model railway standard. The firm was founded in 1963 by three bro ...

Frateschi

The Brazilian company Industrias Reunidas Frateschi is a model railroad manufacturer based in Ribeirão Preto, near São Paulo, Brazil. Today Frateschi exports to Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, United States, France, Spain, Switzerland, South Africa, I ...

Fulgurex

Fulgurex was created in 1947 as a specialized model train shop located in Lausanne, Switzerland by the bishop Antonio Giansanti Coluzzi, a tin plate train collector and the official distributor of the VB brand in Switzerland. In 1962, in collabor ...

G & R Wrenn

In 1960, the company branched out into electric car racing toys similar to Scalextric but whereas Scalextric adopted the popular 1/32 scale, Wrenn produced their "Formula 152 model racing system" to 1/52, and with a twin conductor rail on each si ...

Graham Farish

The Poole, Dorset based manufacturer of radio parts and kits entered the model railway business in the late 1940s, after the need for radio sets reduced post World War II. The early 1950s models focused on British OO gauge, and they manufactured ...

Ives Manufacturing Company

The Ives Manufacturing Company, an American toy manufacturer from 1868 to 1932, was the largest manufacturer of toy trains in the United States from 1910 until 1924, when Lionel Corporation overtook it in sales.

Jouef

Manufacturer Georges Huard founded Jouef in 1944 toward the end of World War II. The traditional home of the company was in Champagnole, France. In the early 1950s, as with many manufacturers, the company abandoned the use of lithographed tinplat ...

K-Line

K-Line Electric Trains is a brand name of O gauge and S gauge model railway locomotives, rolling stock, and buildings. Formerly the brand name under which Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based MDK Inc. sold its products, K-Line was then acquired by S ...

Kadee

Kadee Quality Products Co. is a model railroad manufacturer. They are best known for their couplers, but also produce rolling stock and accessories. The coupler line covers HO and larger scales, but not N scale. Kadee Quality Products was establi ...

Kader

Kader Industrial Company Limited was founded in Hong Kong in 1948 by Ting Hsiung Chao. It was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1985 and presently trades under the name of "Kader Holdings Company Limited". The company today is one of the ...

Leeds Model Company

The Leeds Model Company was a model railroad company. The company made o gauge wooden coaches and wagons with lithograph sides and a very large range of model locomotives as well as track and railway accessories. Their quality was equal to that o ...

Lemaco

Lemaco is a brass model railway rolling stock manufacturer based in Switzerland. Lemaco produces models at almost any scale, like HO scale, O scale, N scale, 1 gauge and 2 gauge.

LGB (trains)

LGB stands for Lehmann Gross Bahn - the "Lehmann Big Train" in German. Made by Ernst Paul Lehmann Patentwerk in Nuremberg, Germany, since 1968 and by Marklin since 2007, it is the most popular garden railway model in Europe, although there are al ...

Life-Like

Life-Like was a manufacturer of model trains and accessories. In 1960 the company purchased the assets of the defunct Varney Scale Models and began manufacturing model trains and accessories under the name Life-Like in 1970. In 2005 the parent co ...

Lionel Corporation

Lionel Corporation was an American toy manufacturer and holding company of retailers that has been in business for over 120 years. It was founded as an electrical novelties company, Lionel specialized in various products throughout its existence. ...

Lionel, LLC

Lionel, LLC is an American designer and importer of toy trains and model railroads that is headquartered in Concord, North Carolina. Its roots lie in the 1969 purchase of the Lionel product line from the Lionel Corporation by cereal conglomerate ...

MTH Electric Trains

MTH Electric Trains, a privately held company based in Columbia, Maryland that is formerly known as Mikes Train House, is an American toy train and model railroad designer, importer, and manufacturer.

Rosebud Kitmaster

Rosebud Kitmaster was the brand name of a short-lived but critically acclaimed range of plastic assembly kits, manufactured in the UK by Rosebud Dolls Ltd of Raunds, Northamptonshire. Introduced from May 1959, the range rapidly expanded to includ ...

Superquick

Superquick Models are a series of printed card kit buildings used mainly for model railways. Manufacturing takes place entirely in the United Kingdom. There are several ranges of model kit - railway buildings in Series A; houses, farm buildings a ...

Tri-ang Railways

Tri-ang Railways was a British manufacturer of toy trains, one of the elements of the Lines Bros Ltd company who traded using the brands Tri-ang, Minic, Pedigree, and Frog. The Tri-ang Railways name was dropped a few years after Lines Bros took o ...

Trix Express

Trix Express was the main model train product range of the Trix of Nuremberg Germany, currently owned by the Marklin company of Goppingen Germany. The Trix Express system was first introduced at the Leipzig exhibition in the spring of 1935. It wa ...

Tyco Toys

The Tyco model railroad business was bought back by the Tyler family in 1977, who revived them under the Mantua Industries brand. Tyco left the model railroad business after the 1993 catalog. Many of the Tyco model train products were subsequentl ...

USA Trains

USA Trains is a manufacturer of G scale model railroad products that started out as Charles Ro Manufacturing Company. They offer two different scale sizes of trains that use the same track; the "Ultimate Series," which is 1:29 scale, and the "Ame ...