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Blissfield Model Railroad Club

Mid-Michigan Ry. Historical Soc.

Cadillac & W. Mich. Model RR Club


Capital Area Rwy. Society (Dewitt)

Muskegon RR Historical Society

Cass County RR Club (Dowagiac)

North Central Region 8, NMRA

Central Michigan Model RR Club (Jackson)

Northern Michigan Railroad Club

Clinton Northern Railway (St. Johns)

Peninsular Model Railroad Club

Copper Range Model RR Club (Houghton)

Pine Mountain Model RR Club (Norway)

Detroit Historical Museum (Glancy Train Collection)

Rail-N-Trak (Grass Lake)

Detroit Model Railroad (Holly)

Rails on Wheels (Saline)

DT&I Modelers Page

Raisin Valley Model RR Club (Adrian)

Ford Model Railroad Club

Redford Model RR Club

Galien River Model RR Assoc.

Riverbend Model Railroad Club

Garden Rwy. Correspondence Group

Saginaw Area Modular Modelers

Garrett Model Railroad Club

Shiawasee O-Scalers

Glancy Trains Modular Club

Society of N-Scalers (Royal Oak)

Grand Rapids Model RR Club

Southeastern Michigan S-Scalers (Troy)

Grand Rapids Model RR Historical Soc.

SW Mich. Garden RR Club (Coloma)

Gratiot Valley Model RR Club (Mt. Clemens)

South Oakland Co. Model RR Club

Great Lakes Belt Line RR Deaf Club

Stoney Creek Model RR Club

Great Lakes Steamers Upper Central Michigan Railroad Club

Hillsdale Railroading Club

Western Michigan Model Railroaders

"Hotbox" - Northcentral Region NMRA

West Michigan N-Trak (Big Rapids)

Kalamazoo Model RR Historical Society White Creek Railroad (1:8 Scale)
Lansing Area N-Trak Z Central Station (Z scale)










Battle Creek Model Railroad Club    Scale: HO  |  Website  |  Go To Top  |
2 West Michigan Ave.
Battle Creek, Mi 49017
Meetings: Tuesday 7:00 Business 1st Wednesday
Contact: Jeff Stanton Home Phone (616)763-9685 E-mail:


Blissfield Model Railroad Club. . . . . . Scale: HO  |  Website  Go To Top  |
Main Street
Blissfield, MI 49228
(517) 264-5705
Our club has recently acquired a building in Blissfield (just northwest of Toledo, OH) where we are currently working on a 34' x 70' double deck HO layout with a coal/steel theme. The layout will represent trackage from West Virginia north to steel country. The club is currently interested in new members, but is limited to 30 persons. We will have 4 continuous loops, or be able to operate from a large yard, up through the mountains (with a bridge over 80" high) to another yard, a run of 2 - 4 hours if operated prototypically.
Meetings:  Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm, and on Saturday at 10:00 am. Visitors are welcome.

Web Site:

Info: Don Lambert, President.



Cadillac & West Michigan Model Railroad Club  Go To Top  |

216 Second St.

Manton, MI  49663



Capital Area Railway Society . . . . . . . Scale: HO  Go To Top  |
Dewitt, Michigan,
An HO scale modular model railroad club in existence for 5 yrs looking for new members.
Meets: Second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m., no meetings in July or December. Dues are $20.00 per year.

Web Site:
Info: Jim Blackwell (517) 669-3894 or Fran Schafer (517) 655-3092.


Cass County Rail . . . . . . . . . . Scale: HO Modular rail  Go To Top  |
308 W Railroad St
Dowagiac, MI, 49047
Meetings: Monday nights, 7:30-10:30

Contact: Carl Biek (616) 782-5998 E-mail: (Fred Ochs)


Central Mich. Model Railroad Club . . . . . . Scale: N, HO, O, O-27, and G  Go To Top  |
226 Francis Street (Upstairs), Jackson, MI  49201.  Hours:  Mondays and Fridays, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
We are a modular layout club with about 40 members. Our layouts include N, HO, O, O-27, and G scale, each scale having it's own layout. Our layout at the school is an HO layout of about 28x 44 feet. We are almost a social club, TV, VCR and on a good night coffee in one of our club rooms. We are not nit pickers as you can run your Tyco right along side of a Key Import and enjoy both. If you like trains, thats enough. Our dues are $ 50.00 a year. We have no time period . We have 3 young men that are 8 years old and our oldest member is 84 years old.
Meetings:We have two locations, the Jackson Crossing, which is open 7 pm to 9 pm on Mon.,Wed. & Fri. and Helmer School open Mon.and Fri. 7pm to 9 pm. We have all scales running.
Contact Robert Macklin (517) 769-6487 or E-mail: macklinr@

Copper Range Model Railroad Club  Go To Top  |

Gateway Motel/US Highway 41

Houghton, MI  49931



Detroit Model Railroad Club. . . . . . . Scale: O  |  Website  Go To Top  |
104 N. Saginaw
Holly, MI 48442-1405

The Detroit Model Railroad Club was founded in January, 1935 as an off-shoot of The Detroit Society of Model Engineers.  The Detroit Union Railroad is the basis for our freelance theme with connections with the various railroads which served the Detroit area in 1957.  The narrow gage will depict eastern type narrow gage. We have 35 active members and a number of associate members.  Calling the old Holly theater our home, we feel that being in an old theater creates a unique atmosphere for model railroading. Being the largest model railroad in the State of Michigan brings people in from many areas.  We use digitalcommand control and sound.

Meetings: Tuesday nights from 7PM to 10PM to work on the layout and have Open Houses for the public on certain weekends. We have about 40 active and 60 associate members and new members are welcome. 

Info: Call the number above for specific information or contact Weldon Greiger at 517-548-7888.

Web Site:


Detroit United Railway Club  Go To Top  |

Round-robin Trolley Modeling Club
1-810-855-4358 or 1-810-545-1649
Meets once a month at various members' homes


Ford Model Railroad Club (FMRC).........  Scale:  HO and O.   Go To Top  |

The FMRC was created by Ford Employees sharing an interest in model railroading.  We have a large modular layout that combines HO scale with O gauge trains.  The goal of the club is to have an excellent operating layout that demonstrates the members' interests in both scales.  We currently have about 40 members and are looking for more people to join our club.  We strongly encourage Ford employees and retirees to join but welcome people from outside of the Ford Motor Company family.  We also encourage members to build modules to display their talents and develop their skills in the art of model railroading.  The club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the Research and Engineering Building on Oakwood Blvd. south of Michigan Ave. in Dearborn. The meetings start promptly at 6:00 pm.  We invite you to come and see what the club is about.  For more info call (248) 347-6878 or e-mail

Galien River Model Railroad Association  Go To Top  |

P. O. Boc 307

Baroda, MI  49101



Garden Railway Correspondence Group . . . . . . . . Scale: G  Go To Top  |
Info:Bill Hendrick,121 Drayton Street,Jonesville, MI 49250,(517) 849-9128


Garrett Model Railroad Club........ Scale: HO/N    Go To Top  |

Garrett, Indiana

Affiliated with the Garrett Historical Society.  Our layout is modeled as a part of the Historical Society's display.  We meet in the old B&O freight depot and the layout is in the basement.  Actual equipment is also featured in their display.  Visitors can see displays in a former IC mail car.  Also on display are a Ex-C&O wide vision caboose (no. 3250) and a former B&O Alco S-1 switcher (no. 9030).

Summer hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Central Time).  The club also meets on Thursday nights at 7:00 p.m.  Admission is free.  For further information, please contact Nick Nordmann, Recording Secretary.  260-488-3286 or email at


Grand Rapids Model Railroad Club . . . . . Scale: ?  Go To Top  |
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Club was formed July 1, 1992.
Meets: 7 p.m, 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month at Yankee Clipper Library, N.E. corner of Leonard & Perkins.
Info: Mark W. Baldwin, 625 3 Mile Rd. N.E., Grand Rapids, Ml 49505.(616)363-1697


Grand Rapids Model Railroad Historical Society   Go To Top  |

4040 Leland Avenue NW, Comstock Park, Michigan  616-784-0859

Meets:  The club meets each Tuesday from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.  They are modeling the Pere Marquette Railway, circa 1945.  They have 750 feet of main line and 350 feet of branch line track and they are modeling the car ferry service that ran from Ludington, Michigan to Manitowoc, Wisconsin.  The Club is a 501(c)(3) organization and is establishing a model railroad museum and a library in their building.

Info:  For questions contact Skip Luyk at


Great Lakes Belt Line RR Deaf Club        Go To Top  |

formerly the Michigan Belt Line Railway Club for the Deaf, established January 6, 1991.  A nonprofit organization.

Activity:  Railfans meet once each month and various locations.  The club has 15 members.  For further information, contact

President Richard Witt, Vice President Steven Williams or Secretary John Greenwood - Fax: 810-245-0365.


Great Lakes Steamers.      Website   Go To Top  | 

The Great Lakes Live Steamers have two 7.5" gauge tracks (1:8 scale) in Southeast Michigan.  Our Royal Oak track is south of 13 mile and east of Crooks.  We have 3500 feet of track in Starr park and give rides on the first full weekend of the month in the summer.  We have gas, electric and steam powered locomotives and a variety of rail cars.  Our Southgate track is on Trenton road south of Eureka.  We have about 2800ft of track and give rides on the third weekend of the month.  Please visit our web site at then click on Great Lakes Live Steamers.  Hope to see you at the park!


Gratiot Valley Railroad Club . . . . . . Scale: HO  |  Website  Go To Top  |
Web Site:

281 North Ave.
Mt. Clemens,Michigan  48043
The Gratiot Valley Railroad Club celebrates its 31st anniversary and was established in 1974.  The Club hosts the largest all scale model train show twice a year in March and November.   An entirely new "HO" layout will be planned, constructed, scenicked, wired, and operated at this location. An existing modular layout has also been set up in this new location. Membership is presently open and the Club is seeking new members
Meets:Monday evenings 7:30-11 p.m.
Info: Greg Rich, Club President, 281 North Avenue, Mt. Clemens, Ml 48043. (586) 468-4877 (Monday evenings 7pm-11pm)

Hillsdale Railroading Club . . . . . . . . Scale: G  Go To Top  |
Info:Gary Slauger,117 1/2 West Ave.,Jonesville, MI 49250,(517) 869-2614



Huron Valley Model Railroad Club  Go To Top  |

3487 Broad Street

Dexter, Michigan  48130



Kalamazoo Model Railroad Historical Society | Website  |  Scale: HO, HOn3, HO Traction  Go To Top  |
9336 N. Riverview
Kalamazoo MI 49004

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 144, Parchment MI 49004
Website:    Webmaster:  Dave LeCount

A club in Kalamazoo, Michigan with an operating HO model railroad layout and various railroad artifacts, including a 1912 vintage
Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena [BCG&A]/ Cadillac & Lake City [C&LC] caboose.
Meetings: Monday, 7:00-10:00pm.
Operating Sessions: 3rd and 5th Mondays.
Visitors welcome.
Meetings: Monday, 7:00-10:00pm. Operating 3rd and 5th Mondays,
Business: Meetings 2nd Mondays, September - May. Visitors welcome.
Contact: Mark Tomlonson (616) 387-5738 24hr. voice mail E-mail:

Lakeshore GRS . . . . . . . . Scale: G  Go To Top  |
Info:Robert Greening,693 Pear Tree Lane,Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236,(313) 886-6502


Lansing Area N-Trak (LaNtrak) ..... Scale: N  |  Website  Go To Top  |
Lansing Area Ntrak Model Railroad Club
Lansing, Michigan
Our club features over 20 member and club-owned modules including a 16' switching yard, operating waterfall, the optional mountain line, as well as a wide variety of scenic details. Our dues are $25 initiation fee (good for life) and $6.00 per month and the membership is congenial.
Meeting: Tuesdays 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. September thru May, then bi-weekly during the summer.  LaNTrak meets in the former Pere Marquette / Chesapeake & Ohio depot from Howell, now located in the Livingston Historic Village on the Fowlerville Fairgrounds.  We generally meet every Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. except on for Tuesday after weekend shows. It is always best to call ahead to verify if the meeting is going to be held.  Contact Shawn Newton (Lansing) at 517-699-8410 or Mark Cowles (Howell) at 546- 5241.

Web site:
Info: Mark Cowles in Howell at 517-546-5214 or Shawn Newton in Lansing at 517-699-8410.

Lansing Model Railroad Club  Go To Top  |

P. O. Box 1091

East Lansing, MI  48826



Mid-Michigan Railroad Club  |  Website  |  Go To Top  |

At Turkeyville, Marshall, Michigan

Web Site:


Mid-Michigan Railway Historical Society  |  Go To Top  |

Flint, Michigan

Our members are involved inall phases of prototype railroading and model railroading.  The society has a 12'x20' sectional layout that we set up at a limited number of shows each year.  We do not have a permanent meeting space but most winter months will find the layout set-up at Crossroads Village where we make changes in the scenery and wiring.  Also have a display at the Flint Public Library.

Info:  Don Wescott, President.  Email to  P. O. Box 79, Flint, MI  48501.


Muskegon Railroad Historical Society  Go To Top  |

18585 West Spring Lake Road

Spring Lake, MI  49456



Northern Michigan Railroad Club  |  Website  Go To Top  |
Traverse City, MI.  Modular N, O and G gauges.  Web Site: or contact Bill Parrish, President at

Pine Mountain Model Railroad Club  Go To Top  |
733 Brown Street
Norway MI 49870

Rail-N-Trak  Go To Top  |

16840 Kilmer

Grass Lake, MI  49240

Contact:  John Brock


Rails on Wheels . . . . . . Scale: HO  Go To Top  |
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Building, operating & displaying HO modular layout.
Meets monthly, call for date & location.
Info: Fritz Milhaupt, P.O. Box 7408, Ann Arbor, MI 48107-7408 Phone: (517) 851-4321 or David Pickell, (313) 662-6413.


Riverbend Model Railroad Club . . . . . . Scale: HO  Go To Top  |
Hudsonville, Michigan
Meets Monday nights at 7:00 p.m.

Info:  Tom Feeney at 1-616-291-7732.  Email:


Saginaw Area Modular Modelers . . . . Scale: H.O.  Go To Top  |
(a membership of the Saginaw County Historical Society)
500 Federal St. (Saginaw County Historical Museum)
Saginaw, Mi 48605
Currently seeking members interested in building 1000sq foot permanent layout in the Saginaw County Historical Museum. Of museum quality and portotypically accurate, this layout will depict railroads that served Saginaw in the 1950's.
Meetings: Third Sunday of each month (subject to change, call first)
Annual show and public operating sessions Saturday, January 27th thru Sunday March 17th. Layout is on static display Monday - Friday 10:00am to 4:30pm
Operating sessions every Saturday (10a-4:30p) & Sunday (1p-4:30p)
-Steam era depicted Jan 27 - Feb 4
-Transition era depicted Feb 10 - Feb 25
` -Modern era depicted Mar 2 - Mar 17
Dues: $10.00/year plus membership to the Saginaw Co. Historical Society
Info:Call the museum: (517) 752-2861 or Kevin Profitt, club publicist


The Shiawasee O Scalers . . . . . . . . . . Scale: Modular O  Go To Top  |
Durand Railroad History Museum
205 Clinton St.
Durand, MI
A newly forming O Scale moduler group
Meetings: Each Sunday night at the Durand Railroad History Museum baggage car in the Iron Horse Park Info:Dennis Clark (810)-635-8878 or


Society of N-Scalers. (S.O.N.S.).   . . . . . . . . . . Scale: Modular O  |  Website  Go To Top  |

Society of N-Scalers Model Railroad Club is designing and building a new layout at our new quarters at 23309 Dequindre, in Hazel Park.    We are a 100% NMRA membership Club and have openings for new members.  S.O.N.S. is also continuing work on the N-Scale loop at the Detroit Historical Museum as part of the Glancy Trains Collection.  We welcome everyone to visit us at our new location.  We also have an N-Trak modular layout that we display at Train shows.   For information and directions contact Wayne at , or visit our website at .

Southeastern Michigan S-Gaugers   |  Website  Go To Top  |
For further information, see their website at


South Oakland County Model Railroad Club, Inc. ........... Scale: HO  Go To Top  |

Hazel Park, Michigan

The SOC MRR Club is a 50+ year old organization located in our own building where we are constructing a permanent HO scale layout.  We are seeking new members (novice to advanced) interested in building or operating a model railroad based on a transition era to modern era Grand Trunk Western theme and promoting the model railroad hobby.  Special activities include an annual club picnic and visiting other model railroads.  Meetings are on Tuesdays and Fridays 7 to 10 PM. For directions and more info:  Ron or Peggy McCreight at(248) 879-0956 or Warren Yohe at


Southwestern Michigan Garden Railway Club . . . . . . . . Scale: G  Go To Top  |
Info:Jacob Muller, P.O. Box 54, Coloma, MI 49038, (616) 468-5586

4144 S 6TH ST


Stoney Creek Model Railroad Club.......Scale: Varies  |  Website  |  Go To Top  |

Format: Round-robin, all scales.  Stoney Creek is a round-robin club that meets monthly in its members homes. The club is centered in Northern Detroit and draws members from Novi to Warren to Lake Orion. Meetings include a mixture of club business, clinics, presentations, slide shows, and operating the hosts layout, if available. The club is an organizing point for trips, shows, modular projects, and other events. Members interests vary from G-scale to N-scale. Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of the month, please call or email for more information.  Contact: Brian Perles, (248) 853-9513,


Upper Michigan Central Model Railroad Club.....Scale:  HO  |  Website  |  Go To Top  |

Located in the basement of the 8th Street Coffe House at 720 Ludington Street, Escanaba, Michigan.  We're a 501(c)3 organization and we have a U-shaped layout approximately 25'x45', HO scale, and a portable layout 10'x20' that goes to the Upper Peninsula State Fair, train shows, and other places in this region. The main layout has a general theme capturing the spirit of the Upper Peninsula with three main lines, each near 100' long, a branch line, and offshoot short lines coming out, some under construction. We run with DC, Kurtz-Kraft throttles on code 100 NS rail.  Our club has about 30 members, most in the Gladstone-Escanaba, MI area.  The members have interest in, and layouts in many gauges and scales form N to G, with a common interest in HO. Meetings are each Thursday. The first and fourth Thursdays are work sessions, and the second is our business meeting, with the third Thursday being a "run what you brung" night.  Our email address is Club President is Darryl Bernett, who can be reached at 906-428-1385.


West Michigan NTRAK  Go To Top  |
804 Fuller
Big Rapids MI 49307
1-616-592-9380 (answering machine)
E-mail address:


Western Michigan Railroad Club . . . . . . . . Scale: H.O.  Go To Top  |
2851 Clyde Park S.W.
Wyoming, MI 49505
We are the oldest established club in West Michigan (est. 1959). Our annual Train show is the regions largest also. We are in the process of completly redoing our Club's layout. Everything went to the bare walls and a new Master Plan was drawn up (using a CAD program). Several members are also real life train engineers so we enjoy both 1:87 and 1:1 modeling.
Meetings: Wednesdays from 7 - 9pm and Saturdays from 2 - 8pm.
Info: Bruce Atkin, Secretary,