Discover more about our club of model railroaders, toy train collectors and operators, the things we do as friends and how we have fun with our trains!
This happy group takes a break from shopping for trains at the TCA 2018 York meet to enjoy the Horseshoe Curve National Historic Site in Altoona, PA.
A variety of resources for model railroading in O gauge and any other scale. Podcasts, a directory of over 17,000 rail related Web sites, the O Gauge railroading forum community, more.
NEW: Jim Barrett’s prewar & tinplate layout – Photos by Mark Horne & Kyle Miller
The Real McCoy! Celebrating Standard Gauge trains – Club Car Feature. Photos and history by Mark Horne.
Collecting Trains – old & new: John Constible. Part 1.
Indian Hill Heritage Railway train travels 2019. By Frank & Annie Schmidt.
Coming soon: Moving Port Moody Station down the tracks.
Coming soon: Backdrops and blackdrops – how to make your trains layout look great! By Kyle Miller
Coming soon: Double up a Lionel signal bridge for dual direction lighting.
PGE Side Dump cars from MTH have arrived and will be shipping soon!
Shipping to members this Fall, a very unique reefer from MTH in 2019. British Columbia Market Co. Limited in 2 road numbers. Preliminary artwork shown.
Another huge Lionel Catalog! Featuring the return of the Big Boy, and a CN 4-6-6T l.
View or download previous Lionel catalogs here.
Check out MTH’s latest, including a Ontario Northland SD-40-2 and Canadian Pacific Holiday train.
View or download previous MTH catalogs here.
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 latest is the OCTOBER 2019 issue!
Prewar tinplate toy trains in O gauge! In this video, we are going to discover a beautiful old tinplate model railway layout with trains by Lionel, Bing and Marklin. The trains were produced between 1930 and 1950.