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Module Description
Module
Mike
Mike B.
Joined: 2006
Status: Active
Date Built: 2007
Size: 48" by 24" and 36" Corner
Theme: Straight module depicts a Transfer yard. The corner, is a small town with a passenger stop, in Northeast Ohio



Lou
Dan C.
Joined: 2012
Status: Active
Date Built:
Size: 72" by 24"
Theme: Mining

Lou
Lou D.
Joined: 1985
Status: Active
Date Built: 1986
Size: 48" by 24"
Theme: (fantasy) Basemont Valley RR Museum
Built on abandoned Basemont Valley RR property when expansion brought three new mains through the area.

Bob
Bob G.
Joined: Mid 90's
Status: Active
Date Built: 1990 something
Size: 48" by 24"
Theme: Lighthouse by the Ocean.
Some say it's Maine. Some say it's Oregon.

Scott
Scott G.
Joined: 2016
Status: Active
Date Built: Dec 2016
Size: 48" x 24"
Theme: Rural Farm with Freeway



Randy
Randy H.
Joined: 2009
Status: Active
Date Built:
Size: 48" x 24"
Theme: Oil Terminal

Randy Module


Gary J.
Joined: 2012
Status: Active
Date Built:
Size: 48" x 24"
Theme: Industry & Drive IN

Gary J

Matt
Matt K.
Joined: 1991
Status: Active
Date Built: started 2008, still working on them
Size: (3) 48" x 36" modules making up a single scene
Theme: Western Pennsylvania river valley with coal burning power plant



Bonnie & Wayne
Bonnie & Wayne L.
Joined: 2003
Status: Active
Date Built: Sep 2008 - Mar 2009
Size: 72" by 30"
Theme: Logging Switchback
Module features an automated circuit that controls the train as it ascends and descends hauling 3 log cars along the mountain switchback. The switchback section uses Atlas code 55 track for a more realistic look.

Click here to see this module as it was built
Lette switchback module

Side View

Chuck
Chuck L.
Joined:1996
Status: Active
Date Built:1998 and 2004
Size:(2) 48" by 24"
Theme: First one is a Pennsylvania/Ohio Small Town, and second one is modeled after family property in Ashtabula Ohio



Dennis
Dennis L.
Founding Member 1981
Status: Active
Date Built: Many years ago
Size: 36" Corners
These are just 2 of many modules built over the years



Al & Allen
Al & Allen L.
Joined: 2009
Status: Active
Date Built: ????
Size: (2) 48" by 24"
Theme: Locomotive service yard
 

Dave
Dave N.
Joined: 2001
Status: Active
Date Built: 2009
Size: 48" by 30"
Theme: McCabe Lumber Co.
This scene is a series of laser structure kits depicting an older style lumber company. The name may be based upon an old lumbering movie in the 70's entitled "McCabe and Mrs. Miller", starring Julie Christie.
The module base is 'modular', I have two other scenes, a coal mine and a farm, which can be interchanged with McCabe.





Ray
Ray N.
Joined: 2015
Status: Active
Date Built: 2016
Size: 48" by 24"
Theme: For me, this scene represents or reminds me of the vast empty distances between major cities in the US southwest, which was or still is served by some famous railroads like the Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Santa Fe, Reo Grand and others. One of the RR I model is the Southern Pacific.
Ray N

Denny II
Denny S.
Joined: 2012
Status: Inactive
Date Built: 2012
Size: 48" by 24"
Theme: My module is of a small town next to the mainline. It is a growing farming and lumber town in the 1940s. Recently it has started a limited trolley service.
Denny II

Ken
Ken S.
Joined: 1999
Status: Active
Date Built: 2002
Size: 48" by 24"
Theme: Rockglen SK
Modeled after a typical prairie town in Saskatchewan that is served by the Canadian Pacific. Main features include the wooden grain elevator and farm implements business.



Charlie
Charlie T.
Joined:1999
Status: Active
Date Built: circa 2000
Size: 48" by 24"
Theme: Narrow gauge N-scale depicting a small town in Southern Ohio

Bob
Bob V.
Joined: ????
Status: Inactive
Date Built: 1998 as 1st of many following the same scenic venue.
Size: Many 48" by 30"
Theme: A lower valley railroad mining complex that eventually climbs up to the main line, with lots of curves and tunnels which trains seem to get lost in to the viewing public.




Capt. Picard
Joined: 2364
Status: will be active in the future
Date Built: Commissioned October 4, 2363
Size: 285 meters
Theme: To boldly go where no one has gone before.   (...and continue to say, "engage")