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Joint NMRA-NRHA Arborway, T.T. & Northwestern Railroad Trip Group Photo

Joint NMRA-NRHA Arborway, T.T. & Northwestern Railroad Trip

Members of the Gateway Division of the NMRA and the St. Louis Chapter of the NRHS reached across the vast and polarizing isle of railroad related interest camps, put away our differences and embarked on a joint adventure. A day of railroad-related activities at the Iron Spike Railroad...
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An Operating Session at Mexico Train Works

An Operating Session at Mexico Train Works

The Missouri, Texas & Western is the modern-era HO scale layout of the Mexico Train Works in Mexico, Missouri. David Lowell, and other Gateway NMRA members, recently attended an operating session there and everyone had a great time. David shares his experience of the event and photos ...
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Fall 2016 K-10 Operating Session

Gateway Division NMRA and St. Louis Chapter NRHS K-10 Operating Session

The advertising was not wrong. WOW! What a great time, what a great pike! Thanks to Ron Gawedzinski for setting up this event and Ken Kroschwitz of K-10 Hobbies and his minions who were gracious hosts and literally gave us the run of the railroad. At least twenty NMRA & NRHS members p...
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Operations Session on John Schindler's St. Louis Junction Railroad

Fall Division Operations Session on John Schindler’s St. Louis Junction Railroad

Chris Oestreich organized Division operating sessions on John Schindler’s St. Louis Junction Railroad and Bob Johnson's Pseudo-Soo Lines in November. It was a great evening of enjoying fine layouts and the fellowship of others with similar interests. Here are 21 photos from the St. Lo...
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David Lowell’s HO Scale Chicago & Illinois Midland Railroad

David Lowell’s HO Scale Chicago & Illinois Midland Railroad

David Lowell’s Chicago & Illinois Midland Railroad is a 10’x16’ oval with a 15-foot shelf extension. It depicts the southern two-thirds of the Chicago and Illinois Midland Railway’s 121 mile route between Peoria and Taylorville Illinois in the mid 1950s....
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