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Railroad Clubs

K&I Model Railroad Club
The Kentucky & Indiana Model Railroad Club is an HO scale modular club.
For more information check their web site.


K-SONS
The Kentuckiana Society of N Scalers (KSONS) is a hobby organization. Our members share a common interest in model railroading, and specifically in "N" Scale model trains. This is the smallest size of generally available models, with a ratio of 1:160. While many of our members have some sort of layout at home, most of us have built "N-Trak" modules (small sections of railroad) which conform to a published standard. This allows us to bring all of our individual parts together and assemble a large layout for operation and public viewing. We welcome anyone interested in model railroading to join with us, even if they do not have a layout or modules. For more information contact Steve Simpson at 812-282-5405 or visit their web site.


The Louisville Connecting Lines (LCL)
A modular model railroad club.

Fall City Live Steamers
Additional info comming


Radcliff Model Railroad Association
An HO scale modular railroad club. For more information visit their web site.

Southern Indiana Railroad Club
The Southern Indiana Railroad Club is an HO scale modular club with a permanent home in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church in Jeffersonville, IN (at the corner of Chestnut and Walnut Street). The club holds monthly meetings on the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM. For additional information, contact Ken Petit, club Secretary/Treasurer at trainman1@insightbb.com

Hobby Shops


Scale Reproductionswww.win.net/~sri
3073 Breckenridge Lane
Louisville, KY 40220
502-459-5849
* Trains (N, HO, O)
* RC Planes
* RC Cars (Saturday Racing in the Parking Lot during the summer)
* Model Kits (Vehicles, Aircraft, Ships, Fantasy, & Detailing Parts)
* Military Models & Detailing Parts
* Rockets
* Model Building Supplies
* Scratch Building Supplies

The Roundhouse
4870 Brownsboro Ctr
Louisville, KY
502-895-2466
* Lionel
* American Flyer
* HO - N - G
* Buy - Sell - Trade - Repair

Railroad Attractions


The Dinner Train
Bardstown, KY.
Return for a while to another time. A time when life was slower and travel was by rail. An era when elegant dining cars offered a place to enjoy relaxed conversation, fine cuisine and gracious service against a backdrop of ever-changing scenery. For more information, visit their web site.


Kentucky Railway Museum
New Haven, KY.
Home of the Louisville & Nashville 152
America fell in love with the railroad long before it became infatuated with the automobile! The museum seeks to preserve that relationship. Includes working trains. For more information, visit www.kyrail.org/.



Bluegrass Scenic Railroad & Museum
175 Beasley Road
Versailles, Kentucky
800-755-2476 or (859) 873-2476
www.bgrm.org


The Salem Depot Museum
Salem, Indiana, is the birthplace of the Monon Railroad which was organized in 1847 as the New Albany & Salem Rail Road. Its purpose was to provide Salem businesses a method of shipping goods between Salem and the Ohio River, but by the time the line reached Salem in 1851, the decision had already been made to build all the way to Lake Michigan. The Depot is a museum that commemorates the role Salem had in the founding of the railroad. It also features a large model railroad (HO) that depicts Washington County in the period 1957-1964. To learn more about The Depot, click here.



Historic Railpark(Bowling Green)
Housed at the former L & N Depot; visit their web site


The Tennessee Central Railway Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Tennessee's railroad heritage. We invite you to ride one of our historic passenger trains and experience the joys of rail travel. Our Nashville facility is home to a unique collection of historic equipment.
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