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Working on the Model Railroads


Doing some track and wiring work on the late Jim Wood's N Scale European home layout


Right Hand Photo by Todd Smith
Scenery demolition and installation of new 3rd mainline track
on the HO permanent layout at the Way Station. This is to accommodate the
increased usage and interest in the HO layout


A few shots from Ken B's big, multi-level railroad project.
Check out the video on the Members Layout page for a detailed walk-through of the building process at
Ken B's Train Layout


Annual hydro boiler testing of member's live steam locomotive (LEFT)
Working on the late Jim Woods outdoor "G" layout (RIGHT)


Trackwork on member's home "O" layout (LEFT)
Adding Plexi-Glass to an HO module (RIGHT)


Upgrade of the club's "Point of Rocks" Corner Module (LEFT)
Electrical repairs on the permanent HO layout (RIGHT)


Upgrade of the club's portable "G" scale layout (LEFT)
Building modules for the club's portable "O" scale layout (RIGHT)


Steam engine prep for run (LEFT)
Testing of original outside track (RIGHT)


Working on the "G" scale mountain at the Waystation (LEFT)
Our scenery guys at work (RIGHT)
Note: The Late Paul Kabo is on the left in the hat


Upgrading HO modules for shows (LEFT)
Building a 10' track section (RIGHT)


Careful analysis shows that you need track to properly run trains (LEFT)
Building a cover for an HO module (RIGHT)


Logan working on his home layout (LEFT)
Building special racks for the Civil War Railroad modules (RIGHT)


Civil War Railroad relocation team (LEFT)
Rebuilding live steam "G" locomotive (RIGHT)


Running British live steam "G" consist (LEFT)



Jimmy and David adding a power switch to the Way Station G Layout


Adding weight to Bachmann 2-8-0 tender
and installing DCC decoder in Alco 2-6-0.
Note purpose-built cradle for locomotive work


Larry showing off the Club's portable N-Scale layout to two admiring fans


Highly detailed HO scale model of
Carr's Hobby Shop in Duluth, MN.

A real work of art by Steve Seidler


Ken's Schematic for converting Life-Like Proto 2000 E-8/9 from DC to DCC


Ken M's Proto 2000 RF&P E-8's just converted from DC to DCC
ready to pull a string of passenger cars on the PRR Exhibition Layout



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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