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Train Layouts
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A train layout is a table where we can run our model trains. The table can be a simple shelf of wood or complex structure spanning an entire basement. Think of a train layout as a stage where your trains are the players.

stationNorth American Prototype Modelers (NAPM)
Milwaukee Wisconsin - Layout features a large passenger station with a full length train shed.





crossingBNSF Chillicothe Subdivision
Bruce Carpenter - Layout features the active BNSF Nerska crossing. Excellent scenery and a fully working signaling system based on Bruce Chubb's CMRI, implemented by Mike Burgett.



locomotiveC&O Clifton Forge Division
Mike Burgett - Double deck layout featuring realistic operations and signaling on the C&O railroad.  High quality scenery and a working signal system are featured on this railroad.



bridge and locomotive Virginian & Ohio Railroad (V&O)
W. Allan McClelland - This is the second version of the V&O railroad which was built as an extension of the original layout.  This railroad is no longer in existence but the great memories live on.