We are an HO modular club. Founded in 2002, our members sought a club with high standards, a high level of member involvement, a minimum of rules, no dues and a dedication to exploring fully the modular model railroad concept.
Membership is kept small, no more than twelve currently. While not an open club, memberships do come open on occasion. Members must make available twelve feet of completed modules, and are expected to participate in all aspects of preparing a club layout for a show. Contact us if interested in membership (when available) or visiting during operating sessions.
Contact: Charlie Crawford, 770-565-1845, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings held at Covenant Presbyterian Church, Piedmont & Canton Rds., Marietta on second Friday of each month. Doors open at 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome!
Refreshments served. Subjects range from prototype to model trains. Field trips.
Contact: Leonard Martin, 954-232-5390, email@example.com.
Web site: www.trainweb.org/gsof/
We are a 100% NMRA Club serving NMRA members in Cobb, Bartow, Paulding and Cherokee Counties of Georgia. Our purpose is to educate, train and develop model railroaders so they can build layouts of their own. We welcome any NMRA member regardless of scale or gauge that wants to improve their skill level. We also provide beginner classes and hands-on construction/skill building events. Visitors may come to check us out once but will be required to join the NMRA to attend further events. A valid NMRA membership card is required for admission, and the meeting is free of charge.
Our meetings are on the third Thursday of every month from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. We meet in Cartersville at the Center Community Center at 682 Center Road, Cartersville, GA 30121. The meeting room is 2 miles from the Hwy 20 exit off I-75, the third Cartersville exit #290.
Howard Goodwin, MMR (President)
Telephone: (770) 363-6451
We are an Atlanta area association of 30+ men and women who are interested in promoting N-Scale model railroading. Membership area includes Atlanta, Athens, and the surrounding regions. We are N scale modular railroad (NTRAK) fans with a Digitrax controlled NTRAK layout using more than 37 modules that assemble into a variety of layout shapes from 12′ x 40′ to 36′ x 36′. This includes 11 modules that contain additional mountain line trackage and a 5-module 16′ “Fiddle yard”. And … we continue to grow.
If you have an interest in N scale model railroading, this Club is for you. Our members bring extensive experience in every aspect of model railroading to our meetings. They freely offer that experience to everyone by giving demonstrations and seminars at our meetings and in one-on-one sessions. Some of our members have N-scale home layouts.
Meetings are held at 7:30 PM on the first Tuesday of each month at the home of Larry Graus.
Contacts: Dan Douthart, Superintendent, 770 985-2564; Gene Jablonski, Paymaster, 770 992-3061; or Larry Graus, Roadmaster, 770 237-0094.
Our club, located in Conyers just east of Atlanta, has a 7.5″ live steam and diesel line and a Gauge-1 line. There are work days, party days, and public ride days.
Web site: https://northgeorgialivesteamers.org/
T-Trak is a table top N scale modular railroad standard which has become very popular in the N-scale world. The NWGA group was founded in 2007. We follow the original standards as published at www.ttrak.org
We run Digitrax DCC, but have incorporated a DC loop into layouts when needed. The group has become mostly inactive due to old age and health issues, but members are still around.
Contact: Jim Nealand firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a 3-rail O-Scale club. Activities include running trains, building layouts, workshops and field trips. We meet monthly on the 3rd Saturday at the Kennesaw Hobbytown USA, where our 25′ x 12.5′ layout is in the entry lobby.
We take our traveling layout to most area train shows. There is nothing like watching the joy and fascination a child has when watching and running a train!
We’re Georgia’s oldest HO scale modular railroad club, chartered in 1993 and specializing in portable, modular railroad design and operations. If you like to run trains but don’t have the room for a layout, or want to learn more about model railroading and need a good way to practice new skills, or you’re a seasoned veteran wanting to run longer trains and mentor others, then modular model railroading may be just right for you!
Modelers of all ages and experience are welcome, and you’re sure to see great trains from old steam to modern diesel running through a wide variety of scenes and settings. Learn how to build your own personal module that combines with others to form a large layout – from design to construction to tracklaying to electronics to scenery to structure building and more. We operate about seven shows a year, and it’s never the same layout twice!
Monthly meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm (third Thursday in November) in the Roswell or Duluth areas. Come to a meeting or visit us at an upcoming show!
Meets every Monday, 7:30 p.m., Full operating sessions 10:30 am on the 1st Saturday of every month, please call or email for additional information if you wish to attend. O scale 2-rail layout, railroaders in all scales welcome, we look forward to meeting you.
Contacts: Pete Silcox 770-826-0635, email@example.com
Pete DeBruin 404-966-2163, firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia’s Official Transportation History Museum and an operation of the Atlanta Chapter, National Railway Historical Society is located just north of the intersection of Buford Highway (US-23) and Pleasant Hill Road with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. Exhibits include freight and passenger cars, steam and diesel locomotives, prototype and scale model, operating and static. Open Chapter meetings with interesting presentations are held on the third Saturday of the month at 5:30PM.
Volunteer to work at the museum – train crew, track maintenance, guide, equipment restoration!
No matter what your interest or skills, the Southeastern Railway Museum offers fulfilling opportunities to get involved. Our dedicated volunteers bring transportation history to life, helping visitors appreciate and understand the cultural, technical, and economic impact of transportation in our region – and they have fun doing it!
Our members are model train enthusiasts and collectors who primarily model in “O”. We do not REQUIRE you to model in any particular train scale or even have model trains. You just need to have an interest in TRAINS and having fun.
Club expenses are paid from voluntary contributions by the members. We do not have any set dues at this time. Our layout consists of 84″ diameter curves and 6′ modules that are constructed of Luann plywood with 2 inch blue foam for track and scenery sub roadbed. The layout has a 2 track mainline and can include a yard. The layout can be set up in different size configurations, including a circle, but we generally set it up in a 18′ x 45′ foot configuration. Only 2 rail O Scale trains are run on the layout. The club does not own its own trains. Individual members bring the trains they wish to operate. We generally set up the layout 2 times a year at train shows or special events that we are invited to. We have a trailer that the layout and most of the equipment is stored in. Members run their trains during these shows. We generally meet monthly at 160 South Church Street, Canton, Georgia 30114
Contacts: Dan Mason 770-337-5139 Daniel@southernoscalers.com or Richard Morhard 770-967-9813 email@example.com
Web site: https://www.southernoscalers.com/
Tate Depot Model Railroaders operates out of the historic 1916 L&N Tate Depot. The Club is a Standing Committee of the Tate Depot Train Society, a 501c(3) tax exempt organization. The Society is organized to further the understanding of the roll that railroads played in the development of the marble industry in Pickens County Georgia and to provide education and guidance in the historical preservation of the Tate Depot.
We operate two museum quality model railroads, one HO scale and one N scale, both depicting local railroad operations in the north Georgia area. Regular public open house events occur on the third Saturday each month and are open from 10:00AM until 2:00PM. The Society accepts donations of funds, railroad historical items, and model railroad equipment for the purpose of furthering its goals, and as a means of generating support revenue. Visit our website at: https://tatedepottrainsociety.org
A group of all skill levels currently constructing a 22 x 37 HO Digitrax DCC layout in the restored L&N brick depot at Mineral Bluff, GA. The layout, which is loop to loop with two peninsulas, represents the L&N Railroad Old Line from Marietta, GA (Elizabeth Yard) through Ellijay, Blue Ridge, Murphy Jct and McCaysville, GA and Copperhill, TN to its terminus at Etowah, TN, and will include the branch to Murphy, NC.
Membership is open to all who are 18 or over (under 18 participation is welcomed and encouraged but must have an adult sponsor). Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of each month at the Mineral Bluff Depot. Workdays are held each Wednesday. Annual Dues are $65.
Contact: Thomas Roskelly, 828-361-2210 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web site: www.tsmri.org.
The VRMRC is an N-scale layout in a former Southern Railway caboose next to the L&N Depot in downtown Murphy, NC. The layout is a walk-around island 4′ x 24′ with two mainlines, several industrial sidings, an extensive yard, and an operating turntable with a 6-stall roundhouse. The caboose also has historical photos and displays depicting local railroading history as part of the Valley River Historical Railroad Museum project. Members are also constructing 2’x4′ HO modules for use during special events.
Meetings are monthly on the third Thursday of 6 p.m. Membership is open to individuals with an interest in railroading from ages 9 to 90! We have April and November two Open Houses each year.
Contact: Thomas Roskelly, 828-644-0434 or 828-361-2210
The Vines Garden Railroad is operated and maintained by this volunteer group! Over 1,000 feet of tracks, a 25 foot bridge, tunnels, viaduct, airport, towns and villages. Beautiful garden setting. Open every 1st and 3rd Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM.
3500 Oak Grove Rd SW, Loganville, GA 30052
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