Images

A Gallery of Model Railroading

Below is a collection of galleries featuring the works of others in the model railroading community. Click on the thumbnail to open each gallery.

If you have a collection of model railroading images that you would like to share, please drop me a line via the feedback page. If the images feature work that is not your own, please ensure that you have permission to post them online before sending them to me.

Thanks,
Damin.


O Scale Midwest March Meet 2007

These are photos I took during the layout tours for the O Scale Midwest March Meet in 2007. They are photos from four different layouts. Unfortunately I do not recall the names of the modelers, but they regularly open their homes to visitors during the weekend of the meet-up. The website for the Midwest March Meet is http://www.marchmeet.net.


Little Q Open House

This a set of photos that I took while visiting the Little 'Q' Model Railroad Club during their open house in November 2006. The Little 'Q' (whose name is a reference to the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad) is located in Aurora, Illinois.


GATS Tampa, 2004

This is a set of photos that I took at the Tampa Great American Train Show in December 2004.



Sarasota Model Railroad Club

These are photos I took at the Sarasota Model Railroad Club during their open house in December 2003. At the time, the club had multiple layouts featuring O scale (both 2-rail scale and 3-rail O-27), HO scale, N scale, and even G gauge trains. I believe the club has since moved and the layouts featured in these photos have been dismantled. Their website is http://www.realrail.org.


GATS Tampa, 2002

Pictures taken while I was at the Great American Train Show in Tampa, Florida in December 2002. I apologise for the date stamp on each picture. The camera I was using was borrowed, and I didn't realise that the date stamp feature was turned on.


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