Trains are what we do.
Take a look at some of the layouts we have on display at the club. Some of these are “travelling layouts” and can be brought to outside events. Click any gallery image to see the full-size version, and use the arrows at the sides of the screen to cycle through the photos.
For more pictures from recent events, check out our Facebook page. You’ll also find videos on our YouTube page if you want to see the trains in action!
Our main HO layout is the star of any show where it is displayed.
O gauge may not be quite as popular as HO, but it’s definitely cooler (according to the guy who designed this page).
An S gauge layout that was donated to the club in ????. Built over a 35 year span.
An custom HO-scale layout that we designed and built for one of our sponsors, Denig’s Jewelers.
Thomas & Friends
Wherever we go, our Thomas the Tank layout is always a hit with the kids (even the 40-year-old kids).
Our N scale layout is the spoiled little kid in the family: it has a room at the club all to itself.
The Chihuahua of model trains: what it lacks in size, it makes up for in enthusiasm.
O Gauge Gallery
We aren’t really allowed to say O “scale” because then all the purists will get in huff over the fact that most manufacturers play fast and loose with the definition of O scale. But they all run on the same gauge track. So O Gauge it is.
We have two O layouts at the club: a “postwar” track that uses standard 3-rail tubular track, and a newer layout made with Lionel FasTrack. The PostWar layout is modular and often makes appearances at outside events.