JTraffic Screensaver
Web links - Picture collections for MM and Traffic
Stephan Albrecht draws city and suburban vehicles from Kassel (Göttingen and Wien in work)
    http://www.bus-tram.de/html/download.html
Kenneth Arnerstedt's swedisch pictures
    http://www.deppen.se/
Michael Beck draws vehicles from Switzerland
    http://mitglied.multimania.de/michl_online/
Oliver Beretta has swiss, german and austrian maintenance vehicles on his pages
    http://www.beretta-modelle.ch/
Adriano Bosetti draws trams and busses from Milano
    http://www.gratosnet.it/mmscr/figuremmscr_tutto.html
Dani Egger-Jetzer's swiss pictures
    http://www.egger-jetzer.ch/Dani.html
Danish trains from Mikkel Elling (use Internet Explorer!)
    http://www.mikkel-elling.dk/MM.htm
Vicinalbahn.de - Franz Fanger's pages are mainly about photos of seconday lines on lowland, but he has some drawings too.
    http://www.vizinalbahn.de/
Marcus Fey drew vehicles around Solingen
    http://www.schoner.lokomotive-online.de/index.html
Jerome Flaherty has some american engines - mostly steam engines - on his site
    http://www.angelfire.com/home/nvrails/
Sebastian Friese has tramways from Berlin on his homepage
    http://www.sprachgulli.de
The pages of Stefan Fritzsch are back - you find the german vehicles drawn by himself there
    http://www.bahnsachse.de/
Geoffrey Garitey mostly creates phantasy vehicles based on Marc Le Gad's french drawings, but he draws real rolling stock too.
    http://fictiverailyard.fr
Gerard Gieleis shows his drawings - mostly two-way vehicles
    http://members.chello.nl/g.gielis/
Philipp Groß draws mainly steam engines, but he has special vehicles and tramways too
    http://www.eisenbahnfanatiker.de.vu/
Peter Hansen draws trams from North-Europe
    http://www.tramway.dk/
Hans-Martin Hebsaker has a download area in his site for pictures in both MM and BahnLand format
    http://www.hmh-bahnland.de.vu/
Daniel Hentschel's vehicles - mostly from eastern part of Germany
    http://h-transport.pxtr.de/
Frank Jacob draws trams and busses from Potsdam, but you can find several narrow gauge vehicles on his site too
    http://www.schmalspurmodellbahn.de/
Stephan Kyrieleis has light rail vehicles on his page
    http://www.trampage.de/
Patrick Kluge
    http://www.zuglok.de/
Stefan Kunzmann draws old, preussian stock - and industrial diesel engines too, among others
    http://www.mm-schoner.de.vu/
Frank Laffin's pictures:
    http://bahnfrank.pxtr.de/
Nikolaus Mohr has free pictures on his site too
    http://www.nimoweb.de/
Juan Mompean draws vehicles from Spain
    http://www.trenesjuan.com/
Drawings from Spain from Juan Carlos Alonso Mostaza
    http://mikado.herobo.com/
Mathias Mösken has some german and swiss vehicles
    http://br112.tsdb.net/screensaver/screensaver.htm
Trainspotter's train exchange - Pierre Ofzareck's pages
    http://www.trainspotters.de/

    http://home.saaleplatte.de/
Lars Pohlmann has a few electric eingines on his site
    http://www.lars-p.de/
Claus Pusch draws spanish, swiss, french and german vehicles:
    http://www.corpora-romanica.net/mm/
Kai Reinhard draws mostly trams and busses around Freiburg, but he has also railway vehicles on his sit
    http://www.fr-strab.de/
Christian Reiter has some preussian vehicles from era I and II on his homepage
    http://www.cgreiter.de/mm_screensaver.htm
Diego Romanelli has italian vehicles from several authors on his page
    http://www.amicitreni.it/disegni.htm
Claude Samyn draws belgian trams
    http://home.scarlet.be/~tsd92005/
Schoner-Zeichenbrett: "Sandmann" is the Ikarus-bus specialist, but there are also trams and railway vehicles on his homepage, some of them from other authors too.
    http://www.schoner-zeichenbrett.de.vu/
Matthias Schenkel: Railway vehicles from the german speaking area
    http://www.kirandulas.donaulaender.at/kepek.html
Matthias Schöck draws vehicles of german private railway companies and some DBAG engines
    http://www.mmfahrzeuge.de.vu/
Giorgio Stagni's italien vehicles
    http://www.miol.it/stagniweb/
Alexander Stannigel specialised to east german vehicles
    http://root.stannigel.de/asmmhome/
Günter Schwindt draws steam engines
    http://www.guenter-schwindt.de/mm-sreensaver.htm
Rob Thijs has some drawings from the Netherlands
    http://www.railtrack.nl/rai%20mm%20screensaver-uk.htm
Jens Vesterdahl has a few danish steam engines on his page
    http://damplokomotiver.touchcab.com/
Claudio Vianini's italian vehicle sets
    http://www.claudiovianini.com/
Martin Voepel draws trucks, busses, transporter, other road- and railway vehicles, and special guest: Thomas Brian with railway- and road vehicles from Switzerland
    http://voepelm.de/
Vehicles from Netherland and from South-America
    http://www.sitebyhans.de
Urs Wittig draws swiss vehicles
    http://www.wittigbahn.ch/eisenbahnseite/modell/mmrollmaterial/mmuebersicht/mmrollmaterial.htm
Robert Zirknitzer mostly composes trains from existing drawings for the MM screensaver, but he has some own drawings on his site too
    http://www.eisenbahn-bilder.com/