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Corner Modules
Main Street and Railroad Avenue
Scenic Corner
Reversible Corner #1
Reversible Corner #2
Reversible Corner #3
Reversible Corner #4
Steel Corner
Pottstown Yard Corner
Yard Modules
Pottstown Yard - East End
Pottstown Yard - East Classification Tracks
Pottstown Yard - West Classification Tracks
Pottstown Yard - West End and Engine House
Pottstown Yard Corner
Steel Modules
Scrap Yard
Changing Times
Coke Ovens
Coke By-Products
Module_BlastFurnaces
Foundry & Forge
Basic Oxygen Furnace
Roughing Mill
Finishing Mills
Fabrication & Machining
Steel Corner
Other Modules
Barrel Factory
Duckunder Bridge
Brinker Valley East
Brinker Valley Bridge
Brinker Valley West
Coal Tipple
Crossover
"In Progress"
New Valley
Presentation Module
Produce Stand
Royersford Station
Tunnel Hill
World's Shortest Module
 
When set up for a show, our layout is assembled from multiple modules.
Not all modules are necessarily used at all shows.
Sometimes, this is due to space restrictions.
Other times, individual modules may be out for repairs or improvements.

Click on the links at left to see more information about each individual module.

Some specifications of the modules are "standard" meaning they must be followed (for example: electrical connectors, track height, and main line track spacing.)
Others specifications are "suggested" or "recommended" (for example: spacing of sidings, module length and width.)
We try to give as much flexibility to the individual modelers who build the modules, so that their creativity and craftsmanship can be expressed, while still being able to connect their modules with all the others.
Photo of small layout at Phoenixville YMCA.
Some of our modules, assembled into a small layout at a public show.

The main yard is made up of several modules.  These special modules must always go together in the same order, but most modules can go anywhere in the display.
The main yard is made up of several modules.
These special modules must always go together in the same order, but most modules can go anywhere in the display. Photo of L-shaped layout at the Spring Valley YMCA in 2008.
The shape of the layout is flexible - it does not need to be square.
An "L" shape allowed it to fit in the space provided during this show.






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