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Engine Wiper

Posted - 09/10/2019 :  7:33:22 PM  Show Profile  Visit ncng's Homepage  Reply with Quote
The Lewis County Model Railroad Club is looking for new members.

Our model railroad is located inside the former NP depot in Chehalis WA which is also the Lewis County Museum. The layout space is 15' x 52'. It is semi-completed but we are always looking the renew and improve. We have just about completed a large rebuild of the Centralia and Chehalis yards.

The layout is operated with Digitrax DCC equipment including mainline detection and signaling. The club has its own simplex and duplex throttles that are available for members to use.

Currently the monthly dues are zero. This is possible because we operate 2 train shows a year that provide funds to continue construction and operation plus make large donations to the Lewis County Museum.

Operating sessions are held the third Friday of every month. An additional session is planned to be held the first Friday of each month starting in November.

Currently we only meet on Fridays but the day can be changed should new members require it.

For more information, contact David at empirita@yahoo.


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