Our Layouts

Our club members are proud of their layouts as well as the various IMRRC layouts. We  hope enjoy the picture and videos below. The photo below demonstrates two of the train scales. While while Z scale may be considered either at the beginning or end of train scales, the O Scale Lionel is at the opposite end.

An example of model train scale differences.

Z Scale

Z scale is the smallest train. Whether it is an engine or rolling stock, they may fit in the palm of your hand. This is an excellent size layout if you do not have much room for a larger sized layout.

A working roundhouse.

Notice the three engines in this photo are each ready to leave the roundhouse.

The following videos demonstrate the size of Z Scale and how you may make your layout.

The following photos and movie show one of the Clubs Z scale layouts with the track, trains, buildings, and scenery.

This is an example of one of the Club’s Z scale train layouts. Note the detail for the track, trains, buildings, and scenery.
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N Scale


The On3 scale is similar to the HO scale, but the On3 is smaller.

HO Scale

HO Scale trains more or less in the middle of the different train scales.

This photo is from our December Grissettown-Longwood Fire Station train show.

The following presentation is from one of our club members. It demonstrates how he became interested in Mode Railroading as well as photos of his layout. Notice the detail of his scenery and buildings.

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S Scale

O Scale

Below you will find an O scale layout of one of the IMRRC members. The layout contains a significant amount of detail and is quite extensive. This is the scale that most of the Club members have.

Waiting for the train.
There is no traffic tonight.
Benchmark of this layout
There is elaborate benchwork for this layout.

The following photo is of another Club member’s layout. Notice the steam and diesel locomotive interaction on this layout.

The Club also has a “Hi Rail” O Scale layout as well. There is quite a bit of rolling stock on this layout. Note the water tower for the steam locomotives next to the lighted beacon. The layout also contains a two story a control building at the beginning of the turn.

G Scale

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