Our next CTTA Club Meeting is Sunday, June 24. Join us for our BBQ to kick off Summer! See calendar for full details of ALL events.
Check out MTH’s latest, including a Railking CP Alco RS-3, and Premier line 40′ boxcars for the SOO line and TH&B.
Discover more about our club of model railroaders, toy train collectors and operators, the things we do and how we have fun with our trains!
This happy group takes a break from shopping for trains at the TCA York meet to enjoy the National Toy Train Museum close by.
NEW! Fun with your Model Railroad. This 1949 Postwar gem from Popular Mechanics Press is jam packed with great info still relevant today! Thanks Martin Howbold.
NEW! Champion Railway Park, Okotoks, AB. A ‘behind-the-scenes tour‘ with Jason Paul Sailer.
NEW! Mettoy clockwork O gauge. Could this set have been retailed by Eaton’s in 1948 – 1949?
My Old Station House: Northern Manitoba in the 1950s. By Clark Gray. Originally publish in CN Lines V15.1
‘What will it take?‘: To haul a train of 30 and more Lionel 6464 Series I – X boxcars. By Kyle Miller
The Confederation Train: 1867-1967 Purple exhibition train. Jason Sailer, Kyle Miller
Our exclusive limited edition Club Cars are available to members and hobbyists.
Available to order now! 2019 MTH Premier Line British Columbia Electric 36′ reefer.
Available to order now! 2018 MTH Premier Line White Pass & Yukon Route 36′ reefer.
Just arrived ! Delivered to members local at the April meet. Our first locomotive project is a PGE RS-3 from MTH. SOLD OUT from CTTA.
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Have a look at the very best from Lionel. Including CN SD70ACe Legacy locomotives, TH&B heavyweights and lots of American Flyer.
The Canadian Toy Train Association meets on the last Sunday of the month 9 times a year, every month except Summer vacation July & August, Winter vacation in December. Meets take place in Burnaby, BC.
Doors open at 11:00 am, lunch is served at noon. Business meeting starts at 12:30, and auction starts at 1:00 pm.
2 Rail O Scale – 2017 by Terry Terrance. Examples of four great layouts and modelling in 2 rail scale. Proof here that O scale railroading isn’t just about unpainted brass and minimal scenery. These layouts feature scenery in various stages of completion using common materials.