Welcome to the website of the North Raleigh Model Railroad Club (NRMRC). We invite you to peruse the site to learn more about the Club and its activities, N Scale model railroading, upcoming model train events, how-to publications on T-TRAK and NTRAK modeling, DCC (Digital Command Control), and more.

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Upcoming Train Shows & Events

Show Date
Johnston Health Clayton Hospital August 25, 2018
Danville Old 97 Rail Days - 2018 September 21, 2018 to September 23, 2018
Selma Rail Days - 2018 October 4, 2018 to October 6, 2018

Recent Show Reports

NRMRC participated in an NTRAK train show at Windsor Point Retirement Home in Fuquay-Varina, as we do each year, this past weekend, July 21-22, 2018. A total of 15 NRMRC members participated in this show, with 8 participating all 3 days.

On May 12, 2018 the North Raleigh Railroad Club along with the French Broad e "N" pire and the Lynchburg Area N-Scalers setup and operated a T-Trak layout and the North Carolina Transportation Museum.

Upcoming Meetings

Hosted by Program Title
NRMRC Meeting Wednesday, September 5, 2018 Charles Eisener KC National Train Convention updates
NRMRC Meeting Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Al Guckes Soldering
NRMRC Meeting Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Mark Blaustein Best Practices

Latest Meeting Minutes

Thanks to the Neuse River Valley model railroad club for providing their host site for the meeting. Thanks to Joe Johnston for coordinating, and Gerry Foster for officially hosting the event (including the Oreos :-)).
Welcome visitor Ron Heinze. We hope you found the meeting interesting and that you return.

Thanks to Sly glass for hosting, and David Koss for taking the minutes

Module Updates

This module was designed to spark less conventional modeling and to encourage out of the box designs. This may not appeal to everyone, however, it adds humor and plays on the rumors that  UFO's take cattle, Toss in the Chick Fil A breadboards and you have a topic for some discussion.

Track crews have been doing their maintenance work on the Green Line right close to Ruins.

Here's a update on the two corners: Track improvements are finished and ballasted and now have red to orange and orange to red on each corner. Some poorly done track work has been repaired.

I arrived at Joe's 7:15 AM and we proceeded to test the Gray Rock's Orange and Red lines including the Frog Juicer. As soon as we hit it with track power...short!

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