KUBRR stands for Keep Us Broke Railroad. The layout is 25X60 on the upper level which has the town, depot, pond with a working waterwheel mill. There is a total of 1500 feet of track. – Click on photo for more information.
This is an operational railroad with minimum “garden” elements. The railroad has several sidings internal and external to the mainline. Most main structures are scratch build and include a grain elevator, freight building, oil depot and coal mine among others. – Click photo for more information.
This is an indoor layout with a lot of detail including a circus and a western town. The Kansas and Pacific Railway is a western railroad winding its way though the mountains between Denver and Cheyenne towards Kansas City, MO Stockyards. – Click photo for more information.
Get your sight-seeing eyes ready. Visitors of the Ozark Mountain RR take a trip through three different cities in three eras! This layout has something for the whole family. Mountain ranges, floral, sounds, and even fairgrounds powered by the sun! Step right up for a grand time. – Click photo for more information.
This railroad is in the mountains, with the main income coming from a mine and a mill. With mountains one must have bridges to connect the mountains. If you enjoy structures you will enjoy this railroad. – Click photo for more information.
This pioneer layout was built by Joe & Phyllis Levanti in time for the original OGRS Tour that started in the year 2000. The 20’ X 40’ area has 2 RR lines running. – Click photo for more information.
The CS&M is a narrow gauge railroad set in the early 1900’s. It hauls freight and passengers through a mountainous region. If you like plants, you will enjoy this railroad. – Click on photo for more information.
Started in the spring of 2000 and consists of approximately 300 feet of track laid in 2 loops and trolley sited on a terrace 65 feet by 30 feet.