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LINKS TO OTHER CLUBS Note: Clubs are usually open only on certain dates, or by appointment. Please contact the clubs you plan to visit, in order to avoid disappointment.
Oaks Model Railroad Club Although the layout was dismantled, and the club reorganized as Royersford Modular Model Railroaders, John Almeida has kept the Oaks web site active. A little bit of our club's history, and some of John's documentation of the current railroad scene in the Philadelphia area.
Schuylkill Valley
Model Railroad Club
400 South Main Street (rear entrance), Phoenixville, PA
HO (standard and narrow gauge) railroad with scale model trains running through realistic wooded Pennsylvania scenery on Philadelphia-Reading mainline. Features include logging, bridges and point-to-point operation.
Logan Model Engineers Logan was located in the upper level of the Souderton Train Station, at Main & Broad Streets (Rt 113), in Souderton PA
Unfortunately, they lost their lease in 2016, were unable to find a new home, and have disbanded.
Model Railroad Club
PO Box 154 Rockledge, PA 19046
Members of GATSME are have renovated an old mill building into a new model railroad museum, the centerpiece of which is a large museum-quality layout.
The new Rockledge Model Railroad Museum opened in September, 2018.
Allegheny Western Lines P.O. Box 73 Fort Washington, PA 19034
A nearby HO scale modular club.
Chelten Hills
Model Railroad Club
8000 Old York Road (611) Elkins Park, PA 19027
(located in the old train station built in 1863 adjacent to Elkins Park Square and Railroad)
HO scale club with over 1750 ft of double track in operation, 100 hand laid turnouts allowing for a variety of operations, and over a half-century of history. An operating lift bridge connects two sides of the layout across the main aisle.
Abington Lines
Model Railroad Club
2066 2nd Street Pike, Richboro, PA 18954
HO scale model railroad club with a layout featuring a 20'x60' two-track mainline which exceeds 1,000 feet in length. Lots of trolleys and narrow gauge as well!
Keystone N-Trak
Keystone N-Trak is a modular, N-scale model railroad club located in Dublin, Pennsylvania and serving the Delaware Valley. They meet at the Dublin TEC Center, 123 North Main St., Dublin, PA, Suite 216 on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm until around 10:00 pm. New members and visitors are always welcome.
The layout is an ever changing model railroad display in N scale, custom built to N-Trak standards.
Lehigh & Keystone Valley Model Railroad Museum Large detailed layout in Bethlehem PA. 705 Linden Street, Bethlehem.
Black Diamond Society of Model Engineers HO scale and O gauge layouts. 902 E. Macada Road, Bethlehem, PA
Penn State
Model Railroad Club
34 Pinchot Hall, University Park.
Burlington County
Model Railroad Club
Basement, Footlighters' Playhouse, 808 Pomona Road, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077
HO scale club operating scenicked layout featuring mainline and hidden staging trackwork.
Model Railroad Club
100 Browning Road (Browning & the railroad) Brooklawn, NJ
25'x40' HO layout encompasses 2 rooms and has 3 levels. Set in the 1950s, but almost anything may be seen running. Roundhouse, freight yard, much hidden staging. About 3/4 scenicked & all Digitrax - some locos with sound.
Patcong Valley
Model Railroad Club
A club in Southern New Jersey.
Route 40, in Richland, NJ
Jersey Valley
Model Railroad Club
Jersey Valley Club.
Newkirk Avenue & Leonard Avenue, in Mercer County, NJ
The Model Railroad Club At the Paul A. Mallery Center, 295 Jefferson Avenue, in Union County, NJ.
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N.M.R.A. National Model Railroad Association. The group that set most of the standards used in model railroading in the United States, allowing equipment from various manufacturers to operate reliably on the same tracks. Recent developments include modular standards and standards for D.C.C. (Digital Command Control.)
Philadelphia Division of the NMRA This is our local division of the National Model Railroad Association. While the national and regional organizations are important, the local division is where people meet each other more regularly, fostering personal relationships and learning from each other how to build better models. Half a dozen meetings each year bring together modelers from throughout the area to see presentations on modeling techniques, participate in contests, and visit selected individuals' model railroads.
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Athearn Models Manufacturers of model railroad equipment.
Atlas Model Railroad Company Manufacturers of model railroad equipment.
Bethlehem Car Works Manufacturers of model railroad equipment. Models of cars for the Reading Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad, and others.
Bowser Model Railroad Company Manufacturers of model railroad equipment, especially Pennsylvania Railroad locomotives and cars, but plenty of other kits also.
Details West Manufacturers of detail parts, to "dress up" and super-detail those plain kits.
Digitrax Manufacturers of digital control systems for model railroads.
Eastern Car Works Manufacturers of model railroad kits. Site verified as inactive 2009-August-12
Kadee Quality Products Best known for their couplers, this company also manufactures wheels, trucks, and ready-to-run railroad cars.
Stewart Hobbies Manufacturers of model railroad equipment. Stewart Hobbies was acquired by Bowser, which now offers these locomotive models for sale.
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NRHS The National Railway Historical Society. A historical society interested in all railways, not just one specific line or company.
Philadelphia Chapter NRHS This is the Philadelphia Area's local chapter of the National Railway Historical Society.
PRRT&HS Pennsylvania Railroad Technical and Historical Society. A group dedicated to preserving the history and memory of the Pennsylania Railroad. They have a collection of archival materials, which is located in the old Pennsylvania Railroad station in Lewistown, PA. There are also several local chapters located throughout the country.
RMoP The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania preserves a large collection of locomotives, cars, tools, and archival materials. Displays and programs help tell the story of railroading in Pennsylvania.
RCT&HS Reading Company Technical and Historical Society. A group dedicated to preserving the history and memory of the Reading Railroad. They also operate the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum, located in Hamburg, PA.
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Trainweb A large site with links to model railroad and real railroad sites.
Train Horns Delivered A company that sells air horns similar to those used on locomotives, but also has a page of great links to other railroad-related web sites for kids.
Fred's Model Railroad Pages Our webmaster's own pages, with additional information about model railroads and links to pages on other subjects.
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