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Warrenton Branch RR Who we are!
     The Piedmont Railroaders was founded In Warrenton, Virginia in February 1995 as an organization for railroad enthusiasts of all ages, and  to provide a place where the members could share their individual interests in railroading. 

     Promoting all aspects of the hobby from railfanning to history to prototype equipment restoration and preservation to model railroading, we endeavor to create a common bond among our member's varied  interests.

     The Club supports various community activities by participating in public train shows, town sponsored railroad festivals, and in support of the Boy Scouts of America Railroad Merit Badge program.

     We are the creators of the Civil War Train Display built for the celebration of the Civil War Sesquicentennial and located in the town of Remington, Va. See the Remington Civil War Project link below for a preview.

We invite you to join our Club and to share your interests in this fascinating hobby
with us.  Follow the links below to learn more about the Club and its functions!

the Club
Club officers, committee persons, monthly meeting schedule, travel directions, membership application, bylaws.

Monthly membership meetings, newsletters, train shows.

Civil War Project
Build an HO scale moduler train Display for the Sesquicentennial celebration of the Civil War to be displayed in the town of Remington, and eventually be a part of the Remington Museum.

The schedule of upcoming Club train shows and other activities open to the public.

Module standards and construction specifications used to construct Club and member owned modules.

Restoration and preservation of the former Norfolk & Western caboose #518554 located at the 4th St. trailhead of the Warrenton Greenway

Norfolk Southern, Amtrak, and Virginia Railway Express trains operating through nearby Manassas, scanner frequencies in use in this area.

A brief history/map of the railroads in Northcentral Virginia from their inception to today's operating railroads.

Our collection of interesting websites to visit.

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