Links and Literature
All of the links have been approved regarding their contents. I am not responsible for the contents of the websites these links lead to. If anybody finds any illegal contents in one of those websites, please give me a short note and I will remove the link immediately.
Unfortunately, there are not so many websites covering Lima. This was one of the reasons for me to start building up my site. Here are some of the relevant links.
A new collectors site in Italy. Many pictures are from my own collection.
My friend Jon Biglowe´s beautiful website about Lima British H0 (1973 - 1976)
Martin Treutlers great site in German language, with detailed descriptions of many Lima Models
A French language site about Jouef, which also shows some originally Lima models in the Jouef range.
This site is about Rivarossi and covers also some items from Lima, which were eventually sold under the Rivarossi name.
An American AHM-collerctors-site with some models produced by Lima
German Forum for old model railways, the only Forum with a
big Lima-section, writing in English is o.k.
And the Forum for Austria
Italian model railway forum
My new German language website about much more than only model railways. Trains, trips and stories, have a look!
British Model Trains Catalogue
Pat Hammonds book about all British prototype models (including Lima) is being revised every second year.
Internationaler Modellbahnkatalog H0 1978
International Model Railway Catalogue H0 1978
Currently this trilingual book is only available on the second hand market. German Bernhard Stein published a almost complete overview of the world´s model railway makers in 1978. It has been reissued a few times by Weltbild Verlag, Augsburg (Germany).
Modellbahnen der Welt 1984
Model Railways of the World 1984
Also published by Bernhard Stein. This book gives an overview of the model trains of 1984. Trilingual (German, English, French).