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Spring 2018 RPO, Vol 26, No 1

The Spring 2018 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Spring 2018 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, The RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Joe Visintine's HO Scale East Bluff Terminal Railroad

Joe Visintine’s HO Scale East Bluff Terminal Railroad

Joe's freelanced HO scale East Bluff Terminal Railroad models Illinois along the Mississippi river bluffs in 1971. 95' of single-track mainline follows the around-the-walls layout design with a grain complex peninsula, a duckunder at the doorway, and a 13-track single-ended staging ya...
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Winter 2018 RPO, Vol 25, No 4

The Winter 2018 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Winter 2018 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, The RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Arborway, T.T. & Northwestern Railroad

John Woods’ Arborway, T.T. & Northwestern Railroad

The Arborway, T.T. & Northwestern Railroad is one of the largest private miniature railroads in North America. It is located on Woodsvalley Farm near Steelville, Missouri. It was the dream of investment banker John R. Woods with five miles of track, two tunnels, one wood trestle, auto...
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Iron Spike Model Train Museum HO Layout

Iron Spike Model Train Museum in Washington, Missouri

Members of the Gateway Division NMRA and St. Louis NRHS recently visited the Iron Spike Model Train Museum. The museum was established in 2016 to honor and preserve the railroad heritage of the Midwest. This dream of a few model train enthusiasts, with the support of dedicated volunte...
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Holiday Train Exhibit at the National Museum of Transportation

Holiday Train Exhibit at the National Museum of Transportation

For a quarter century the American Flyer "S" Gaugers of St. Louis presented the corner window display model train layout in Macy's (formerly Famous-Barr) downtown St. Louis store. A cherished holiday tradition, the 400 square foot display had trains on three levels with 300 feet of tr...
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Enhance Your Atlas Flex-Track with End Tie Sections

Enhance Your Atlas Flex-Track with End Tie Sections

Atlas now has a different way to finish your HO scale code 83 flex-track ends. Atlas #598 "Wood End Tie Sections" (also available for "concrete" flex-track) slide on the end of the flex-track after 3/4" of ties have been removed (4 ties). It uses the same end tie design as sectional t...
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Wildwood (St. Louis) Hobby Manufacturer 3D Prints Detail Parts

Wildwood (St. Louis) Hobby Manufacturer 3D Prints Detail Parts

Jack and Ellen Bray started JEB Mfg., LLC about 4 years ago to create "what is not being made that people want" and "things that are not made anymore" using 3D printing. He started with one 3D printer and added another with a smaller nozzle for detail parts. The models are made in O, ...
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Vendor Area at the 2011 St. Louis Train Show

Gateway NMRA Announces Clinics at the Nov. 4, 2017 Train Show

Make sure to attend these clinics which are part of the 2017 Gateway NMRA St. Louis Train Show on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Learn about custom decals, kitbashing, Chicago & Illinois Midland Railroad, and speakers for Digital Command Control. Find out more at http://gatewaynmra.org...
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Fall 2017 RPO, Vol 25, No 3

The Fall 2017 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Fall 2017 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, The RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Caboose Kibitzer, 2017, Vol. 67, No. 3

Volume 67 Issue 3 of the Caboose Kibitzer is Now Online

The third 2017 issue of the Caboose Kibitzer, published by the Mid-Continent Region of the NMRA, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Gregor Moe Hidden Turnout Controls

Hidden In Plain Sight

When Gregor Moe relocated from St. Louis to Chatham some modules from his original layout moved with him. For this module he extended the scenery on both sides of the original trackwork, and hid the slide-switch turnout controls within the new highly-detailed scenery....
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