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The Model Railroad Club of Union, New Jersey Video Download

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Video Download: The Model Railroad Club of Union, New Jersey

Allen Keller’s Great Model Railroads Volume 32

The Model Railroad Club of Union, New Jersey is a legend in the hobby and has provided 50 years of innovation and enjoyment for its members and the public. The HO railroad is probably the largest club layout in the country. When the expansions are finished the layout will be 70 x 140 feet with 500 locomotives. The current HO layout is 40 x 40 feet and is based on railroads that served the industries and commuters of New Jersey. The main railroad is the Hudson Delaware & Ohio. It interchanges with the Rahway River Railroad and the Trenton Northern, an electric interurban. Club members will show you about Centralized Traffic Control, magnetic waybills, Super Trees, floating turnout points, and installing trolley wire. 60 minutes.

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