Our next CTTA Club Meeting is Sunday, Feb 25.
COOTTS meet in Nanaimo is Sunday, March 4.
Western Rails 36th Annual Railroadiana Show, Sunday March 18, 2018.
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! What Happened to the Other Half : Some interesting tin plate lithography has these American Flyer trains doing double duty. By Frank Schmidt
NEW! My Old Station House: Northern Manitoba in the 1950s. By Clark Gray. Originally publish in CN Lines V15.1
NEW! If Trains Could Talk : A Hornby Princess Elizabeth with a history. By Frank Schmidt
Working on it! ‘Behind-the-scenes tour’ of the Champion Railway Park, Okotoks, AB. By Jason Paul Sailer.
‘What will it take?‘: To haul a train of 30 and more Lionel 6464 Series I – X boxcars. By Kyle Miller
Our exclusive limited edition Club Cars are available to members and hobbyists.
Available to order now! 2018 MTH Premier Line White Pass & Yukon Route 36′ reefer.
New! Pacific Great Eastern 55-ton hoppers from Atlas O are here. Check your dealer.
Coming Soon! Our first locomotive project is a PGE RS-3 from MTH. SOLD OUT from CTTA.
Coming Soon! Our Pacific Great Eastern crane has ARRIVED at MTH, and will be shipped to members soon. SOLD OUT from CTTA.
Members get a maximum of two PGE cranes for the special price of $ 30.00 each, including shipping.
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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.
The Joy of Train Sets – The Model Railway Story: From Hornby to Triang and beyond, this documentary explores how the British have been in love with model railways for more than a century. What began as an adult obsession with building fully-engineered replicas became the iconic toy of 1950s and 60s Check out more of our member’s videos and lots more toy train fun on our Videos page and YouTube channel!