Model Railroad Groups Located in Nova Scotia
- Greater Metropolitan Railway Society
No contact available at this time.
- The Dartmouth Model Railway Club
The Dartmouth Model Railway Club has been in operation since 1994. We currently have 8 to 10 active members and concentrate on HO Gauge modeling primarily. We don’t have a clubhouse, so currently meet on Tuesday evenings in the basement of the home of one of our members in the Woodlawn area of Dartmouth, NS. We are now working on our third layout. For more information on the club please email Dave Stredulinsky at davestredulinskyca or call him at (902) 434-5605.
- IWK Railway
A group of volunteers that operate and maintain an O Scale, HO, N and Z Gauge layouts at the IWK Children’s Hospital in Halifax NS. Running time for the Trains Monday to Friday 9:00am – 11:00am.
We meet most Tuesday evening at 7:00pm to clean track and do other repairs to the layouts and operating equipment. For more information contact Joze Debelie @ (902)477-0731 or Gary Anderson @ (902)477-7442
The Nova Scotia LEGO Users Group is an informal group of adults who enjoy building with LEGO bricks. We displayed our first town/train layout at the annual Truro fall show in October 2002, and have been displaying at other events around the Maritimes since.
We model in L-Gauge, with track and train parts made by LEGO. Most of the members are from Nova Scotia, with a cluster from the HRM area, but we have let in someone from New Brunswick.
For more info on the club, please drop legonovalugca – Gail Meagher an email or visit our website ( http://novalug.ca/ ). You don’t need a huge collection of LEGO to join us, or be an incredible modeler, you mainly need to enjoy building with LEGO.
- The Highland Sipping and Switching Society
The Highland Sipping and Switching Society is an informal group of model railroaders in the Antigonish region. It was started in fall of 1999 as a means to share stories, knowledge, and a general interest in trains of all sizes and shapes. We gather every month or so at member’s homes. There are no dues, structure or rules!
The Annapolis Valley Model Railway Club was formed in September of 1997. The club is currently meeting once a month in the area of Berwick, Nova Scotia and have decided to build a modular model railway in HO scale along with a portable N scale layout. Click on our logo to go to our website.
So if you think you like to come and join us please feel free. We will even provide the coffee. We meet the fourth Tuesday of every month in the Welsford Community Centre just outside of Berwick at 7:30. If you would like more information on the club or its activities call Eric Wells at (902) 678-4557 or send him an email at ericbettywellsnssympaticoca.
- Trecothic creek and Windsor Railroad (TCWR)
Trecothic Creek and Windsor Railroad is a miniature passenger-carrying railway located in a scenic four hectare park in Windsor, N.S. Free rides are provided to the public over our half mile loop of 7.5″ gauge track on Sundays from late June to early September. One eighth size locomotives – live steam, gasoline, and battery powered – pull 15″ wide passenger cars of delighted rail enthusiasts of all ages. Birthday parties for children are our specialty. Further info :
257 Woodside Road
RR 5, Canning, NS
Tel 902 582 3320 Please visit our web site or contact us by email at shipselectronicnssympaticoca.
- Breton Model Railway Club (BMRC)
The Breton Model Railway Club (BMRC) gathers every Wednesday evening about 7:00 PM in the basement of the Cossit St. Boxing Club. Business meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month, excluding July and August. The club has been in operation since the early 1980s and features a mid-sized permanent HO layout, a portable modular layout and a wall mounted G scale layout. For information, please email gsmith2cainterne – Glen Smith and include BMRC in the subject line of your message.
The Truro Model Railroaders Association (TMRA) was established in 1977, and it is made up of people who are interested in all aspects of model railroading. The TMRA meets the second Tuesday of each month, September to June, to pursue our interest in trains. Besides discussing club business, we also cover current and upcoming events that the TMRA may be participating in.
Most TMRA members are active model railroaders and some are retired railway workers whose experiences have helped make our club very successful. Most are happy to share their experience, provide advice, and help others facing problems they may already have solved.
- Halifax and Southwestern Railway Museum