Club Mission Statement

An educational, non-profit, charitable, and benevolent organization of individuals participating in the spirit of good fellowship by preserving our nation's railroad heritage through maintaining, operating, and demonstrating toy trains in the joy of model railroading and providing educational opportunities concerning railroading, it's influence on history, and our nation's past, current, and future development..


 "One of the Oldest Railroad Clubs in

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ONLINE STORE - Club Car #23 coming
Get your orders in before May 31, 2014 and receive a discounted price of up to 5%. Check out 3 different options available for purchase.

Saturday, Apr 5th & Sunday, Apr 6th. See our many antique collections of Toy Trains and many toy trains running on our huge scenic layouts.
ONLINE STORE - Club Car #22
A LIMITED number of cars are still available - Price has not changed. Place your order now while supplies last.
2014 TRAINFEST - 43rd Annual event
Saturday, Nov 8th & Sunday, Nov 9th. See over 60 Operating Model Railroad Layouts from Z to G. Historic Models, Displays, Artists, Hobby Shops, and More

7th Annual National Train Day - Saturday, May 10th, At Milwaukee downtown AMTRAK Station. Event opens at 9:00 AM an closes at 3:00 PM.  Many exhibits for young and old and anyone in between. Learn how important trains are to all of us.  Each train that travels through our state is a positive sign of the country's economical strength now and for the future. 

8th Annual LRRC Car Show  - Sunday May 18, 2014; 9:00am-3:00pm -  no cost. Featuring Convairs and Studebakers. Other Classic Cars also welcomed. Club will be open, so bring your trains to run or just visit with friends and club members.  For more information call Bill Hitchcock at 414-719-5656. Go to for more info about our show.

Train Extravaganzq Weekend - Saturday, May 31, 2014; 10am-5pm and Sunday, June 1, 2014; Noon-4pm – Civil War Museum and Kenosha Public Museum. The Civil War was the first major war during which the railroads played a crucial role. Two free presentations are offered by author and B&O Railroad Museum curator Daniel Carroll Toomey.  Learn how Trains were a crucial part of the Civil War.


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