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Museums, Excursion Trains, and Railfan Trips

Algoma Central Information


Algoma Central Railway and Photos by Ted Ellis


East Troy Electric Railroad


Fox River Trolley Museum

The Ma and Pa Railroad Preservation Society  

MidContinent Railway


The Railfan Network


Milwaukee Road Online

Milwaukee Road 261  
Railway Sales Agent Real Miniature Trains
Adults & Children
Can Actually "Ride On"

The Water Valley Casey Jones Railroad Museum

Toy Train Barn Buck and Jan Guthrie
W9141 HWY 81
Argyle, WI 53504
Phone (608) 966 1464

Whisky River Railroad

Wisconsin Historic Rail Connection  

Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co.

Wisconsin & Southern Railroad CO is a regional railroad that currently operates over 645 miles of track (545 owned or leased and 100 in trackage rights) throughout south central Wisconsin and northern Illinois. WSOR provides 1st class freight services to its customers and connecting railroads.

Visit the WSOR Yahoo Group

Wisconsin Central Transportation Company


Wisconsin Railroad Attractions




Model Railroading Clubs


American Flyer "S" Gaugers of the St. Louis Area
CASG Chicago Land S-Gaugers - Club began in 1969 and is currently one of the largest S-Gauge clubs in the world.


Connecticut S Gaugers - At the present time our membership is equally distributed among American Flyer® enthusiasts who may collect and/or operate vintage tinplate trains, "S" Scalers who like their trains to be scaled down to exactly 1/64th of the real ones and the Hirailers who are a hybrid of both American Flyer® and Scale modelers, combining features of both. All of them are considered welcome "S" Gaugers to our club. We have so much to learn from one another!

Joe Russ's Milwaukee Area Railroading

Milwaukee regional events schedule WISE Division NMRA
Kettle Moraine Ballast Scorchers Kettle Moraine Ballast Scorchers RR Club Inc models in both HO and N scale modules was founded in 1975. We have both Ntrak and HOtrak modules which travel to many shows. Guests are always welcome to visit us so that we may introduce you to our hobby. 
Lehigh Valley S Gaugers The LVSG is a group of model railroad enthusiasts who all model in some form of S scale. We have members who are into scale, hi-rail, American Flyer, and narrow gauge. There is a core of members in the Allentown, Pennsylvania area.
Metro RR Club Based out of Port Washington, Wisconsin, the METRO Club is involved in creating scale model railroad layouts, planning railfan trips and tours, organizing seminars and clinics on both modeling and prototype railroading, sponsoring shows, and maintaining an extensive collection of railroad resource material and memorabilia.
Milwaukee Light Engineering Society Ltd. M.L.E.S. owns 6.5 acres of land called "Railroad Park", in the Town of Jackson, Washington County, WI. There is currently a 1/8 life size, 1 1/2" scale, 7 1/2" track gauge layout at RR Park.
The Milwaukee N South Eastern model railroad club The Milwaukee "N" Southeastern Model Railroad Club is an N-Scale Model Railroad Club located in Cudahy, Wisconsin.   The MNSE has the distinction of being the only N-scale club in the Milwaukee area with a Permanent Home Layout.
Neshaminy Valley American Flyer Club Our interests are: trains, American Flyer,A. C. Gilbert, toys.
North Penn S Gaugers S gauge model railroaders in the North Penn area.  The North Penn area was so named by the Reading Company Mainline from Philadelphia to Bethlehem. 

Society of Model Engineers

A place for Milwaukee School of Engineering students to expand their knowledge of the hobby of model railroading through an environment where all share a common, broad interest in trains and railroading as well as to promote the hobby in our area.

The Annual Train Time Show is produced by The Association of Model Railroads (AMRC), the members of the Society of Model Engineers and the Milwaukee School of Engineering are presenting this year's show. 

South Jersey S Gaugers

Many of our members are collectors and collector/operators of classic American Flyer trains. Others, who had a start with American Flyer trains have turned to other aspects of the hobby, such as scale and narrow gauge. And some are still "armchair" modelers who will someday have a layout when the time is right!

Sheboygan Society of Scale Model Railroad Engineers, Limited

The intent of the Society is to promote interest in model railroading and to educate the general public about model railroading and the history of prototype railroads.
State-Line S Gaugers The State-Line "S" Gaugers (SLSG) is a S Gauge (1/64) Scale Model Railroading Club centered in Rockford, Illinois.  Because of its central location our members come  from Eastern Iowa, Southern Wisconsin, and all of Northern Illinois.

Proto 64

Proto:64 Special Interest Group’s (SIG’s) presence on the world wide web.  This site should answer all of your questions about Proto:64 modeling, who’s doing it, and why we would like you to join us.  The author of this site is Keith Thompson. 
Wayne's Trains This site includes the Atlantic Coast S Gaugers and the Virginia Train Collectors

Model Railroading Organizations


National Association of S Gaugers


Train Collectors Association


National Model Railroad Association 


South Central Wisconsin  Division NMRA

NMRA WISE Division

Wisconsin Southeastern Division NMRA


Toy Train Operating Society


Web Discussion Groups and Resources

Casey Jones Online

This cyberspace junction & forum exists as an online resource for various concerns about Casey Jones, An American Legend - (For Historians, Researchers, Collectors, Train Modelers, Railfans, Railroaders,Curiosity Seekers, .......). Hosted by BSG club member Glenn Sarlitto.

Clara's Railroad Crossing

This Directory is sponsored by Clara's Restaurants of Michigan and dedicated
to the railroad-loving public everywhere. Clara's Restaurants are located in old,
carefully restored train depots in Battle Creek, and Lansing Michigan.

Cyberspace World Railroad

Ribbon Rail Productions grew out of the Cyberspace World Railroad. Discount Trains Online provides a complete line of model railroading supplies on the internet.


Model Railroad Webring and railroad information site

Directory of Worldwide Rail Sites

This is one of the many services offered to the model railroading community by the NMRA
Mobley Memorial Library NASG Library. Badgerlanders should take as look at this. It includes indexes for  past and present S magazines with  reprints of articles  available at nominal fees. There are videos for rent as well. Lots of good stuff here including AF repair manuals, catalogs and other info. Also links to other sites and information.
Prodigy Internet Trains Community General model railroading information. On-Line listing of model railroad clubs
Railroad Depot Railfan, modeler, discussion groups, and software

RailServe: The Internet Railroad Directory

Over 1,200 rail-related links, search engine, forums, railfan chat rooms, and more!
RailsUSA Webring and railroad information site

The Beginner Model Railroader's Homepage

Getting Started: Introduction to Model Railroading


message boards & chat rooms, weekly moderated conferences, over 6,500 photos & reference files in downloadable libraries and a list of railway books that are recommended by the Staff & Users.
Trainweb Model railroading and railfan information, search, and hosting site. The BSG pages are hosted here.

S Scale Model Railroading

Craig O'Connell's "S" information site. An excellent resource.


Paul Yorke's "S" information site. Paul also hosts the S-Trains chat and eMail list.

S-Trains Chat on IRC

Weekly "S" Chat Session hosted by Paul Yorke

Spike Systems and The Webville and Hypertext  Railroad Co

Spike Systems, as the name implies, is dedicated to a fusion of railroad history and the computer presentation media. The W&H is neither a real company nor a real railroad, rather it is a site for the archiving of historical and informational documents and binaries concerning Railroads, Railfanning and Model Railroading.


eMail list hosted by the TCA

Vintage American Flyer Trains and Accessories

Wanda and Cliff Garzzillo's collection at Flyerville Junction. (What our house looks like. WE ARE NOT A BUSINESS more Like a MUSEUM of postwar American Flyer memoribilia) Maybe someday we will be able to set up and display for everyone to see like a true museum. (our dream).

Why 4' 8 1/2"?

An interesting article that every model railroader should read from The AFU & Urban Legends Archive.
Yahoo Groups eMail lists and discussion groups. The BSG eMail list is hosted here.

Railroad Historical Societies


National Railway Historical Society 

Industry Organizations

The Toy Fair 

Organized by the British Toy & Hobby Association.

 General Internet Resources

Knowledge Hound, The How-To Hunter: Free tips & tutorials!

 Knowledge Hound - The How-To Hunter * Learn how to do almost anything...for free!


Source for on-line maps and driving directions




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