The Best N-Scale Model Railroad Club In Utah!
Last updated: 12-7-2017
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Club meetings will now be held on the last Thursday of the month.
* The next show the club will attend will be in January. See    'Upcoming Shows' below for details.
* Next club meeting will be December 28th. Go to the   Upcoming Meetings tab for place and time.
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Yearly Shows
2018 Show Schedule:
January 12th, 3:00 to 9:00 P.M.
January 13th, 10:00A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
2017: Behind the stage, Big Layout
2018 Show Schedule:
Fri March 2nd 3:00 to 8:30 P.M.
Sat March 3rd 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Sun March 4th 9:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
2015: Up in the Old Timers Room
2018 Event Schedule
Thursday, May 10th 2018
In the Reed Smoot building
2018 Show Schedule
2017: Back in the Machine Shop
2018 Show Schedule:
November 2nd 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
November 3rd 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
South Towne Exposition Center
Special Shows
Conventions and one time shows
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2018 Show Schedule
Wednesday, June 20th to
Sunday June 24th
2019 Show Schedule
Friday, July 12th to
Sunday July 14th
Intermountain Shows
Shows outside of Utah
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2018 Show Schedule
Friday, May 18th to
Sunday May 20th
Intermountain Train Expo at South Towne Expo Center. November 11th, and 12th 2017
Friday Morning 11:30 A.M.
They were late getting the room set up so we couldn't start unloading till 2:00 P.M. We didn't finish till after 7:30
View from southeast corner.
This is where we located the access point to the layout. Karin set up a table for demo's
The layout from the north side.
This was the longest section including Robert's and Jason's modules. 34 feet with Cameron's and Dave's corner.
A birds ey view.
The photo is a bit fuzzy, but gives a wider view. I'm still learning how to steady the camera on the end of the selfie stick.
A good view of the yard
Jason sets up a consist while Jacob, Nate, Cameron, and Bob look on.
Aropund the end loop
Cameron set up a network WiFi system that connects the DCC system to any cell phones to use them as a throttle with a free app called Engine Driver
The main show floor
Here you can see a good part of the layout and show. Cameron, Bob, and Brian are currently running.The vendor booths were off to the left
Crazy Bob returns
Last year, Bob Cooney moved to Seatle. Unfortunatlely it didn't work out so now he's back, and back in the club
The Big Blow
Steve pulled out his new UP turbine with sound and tried it out on the layout. It was loud just like the real thing!
Grinding up Weber canyon
This would have been a familiar site back in the day. Jason's canyon module is a perfect setting for this
A Tiny Camera
This little camera is only one inch square and fits nicely on a flat car. It has 720P resolution, sound, a built in SD card slot, and a USB rechargeble battery
A big hit
Russ's mine module and moving front loader were the hit of the show. I answered more questions about them than anything else
Looking toward the back
Again a bit fuzzy, but you can see more of the show floor
Building more trees
Karin had quite a few people ask about her tree making technique.
A variety of scales
This display shows all the different scales from tiny Z scale up to G scale. From bottom to top: Z, N, TT, HOn3, HO, S, On3, O (3 rail), O (2 rail), G
Thursday, November 30th, 2017. Christmas party and meeting at Bob and Karin's
Bob and Cameron on their phones.
Bob and Cameron doing a little catching up on their social media accounts before things start.
Let the feasting begin.
There was lots of good food and excellent conversation.
So much to choose from.
Karin shows Robert which are the gluten free dishes.
Oooo! - Presents!
Now it's time for the gift exchange. A couple of people got their own gifts so we had to do some switching around.
Santa comes early.
Everyone had a good time and after the gift exchange we had a short meeting to discuss upcoming events.
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Makers of custom signals for Z, N, HO and now S scale. These are the signals we use on our layout. www.customsignalsystem.com
Come visit the museum! Fun and activities for the whole family. Come check out the new Bingham mine railroad layout!
Members can sell here for free! Items should be railroad related.
Here's some stuff from Dave
Here are some links to some interesting sites
XTrkCAD is a pretty decent railroad modeling tool. It's not as fancy as some, but it's an absolute free-be!
SCARM or Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller is another free railroad modeling tool. It has more than 125 libraries and can display your design in 3D.
Here's the UTA Website
The NMRA's National
Everything you ever wanted to know about diesel locomotives
A site dedicated to all the US signage past and present. LOTS of pictures and dimentions. A must if you want to create that perfect sign.
This is a website for those who are into large scale models. Lots of info!
Guide to 17,000 rail-related websites including train travel, model railroading, railfan resources, train simulators, and railroad industry sites
Our Local NMRA guys
The Sterling Singers Choir
Salt Lake Astronomical Society
Utah Rocket Club
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