Jim Stuht has a nice gallery of trains, planes and automobiles (and robots!) that he has constructed from various toys and models. It a fine source of inspiration for your VSF games.
Gamer Extraordinaire Bob Beatty presents pictures of his League of Extraordinary Gentlemen collection of figures.
He also has some photos of his Battle of Regents Park game
Bob always puts on a good game, and we are fortunate to have him here in Ann Arbor. He also runs games at most of the major US historical conventions. Look for him there.
The Mechanical Marvels of the Ninteenth Century site is a lot of fun, describing various fictional victorian robots. A good resource for Gaslight and Victorian Science Fiction miniature wargames.
There has been a surge in interest in playing “Battles by Gaslight” in 15mm scale. No steampunk miniature wargame would be complete without a land ironclad or two. This 15mm Land Ironclad paper model fits the bill. It is based on one portrayed in a 1903 short story by H.G. Wells. From Ralph Currell.
Dead Simple Steampunk is a set of one-page RPG rules for settings in a Victorian science fiction setting. There’s also a one-page setting and one page for equipment.