Bound Brook Presbyterian Model Railroad Club

BBPRR is located in Bound Brook, NJ. It is a small club composed of local members who enjoy the fun of HO scale model railroading

Garden State Model Railway Club

The Garden State Model Railway Club, Incorporated is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, expansion, and education of both model railroading and railroading.

Located in North Haledon, NJ, the membership is given the opportunity to pursue, advance, and enjoy these hobbies. New Members are always welcome.

The club meets every Tuesday and Friday evening at 8PM. Their Annual Open House typically runs three weekends beginning Thanksgiving Weekend. Recently the Club has experimented with January, March, and April dates.

The Model Railroad Club

The Model Railroad Club, Inc. was founded in 1949 by author and Master Model Railroader Paul Mallery. Today it is one of the largest model railroad clubs in North America and features HO scale and N scale layouts, as well as other model railroad and industrial exhibits.

Located in a mixed-use section of Lenape Park, Union Township, New Jersey, The Club is an activity of the Union County Department of Parks and Recreation. Our 11,000 square-foot facility, named after our founder, was designed, financed and built by the members of the Club and then donated to Union County. The Club’s arrangement with the county allows it to occupy the building in order to build and operate model railroads and related displays.

The Model Railroad Club, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and is a registered charity in the State of New Jersey.

Morris Plains Model Railroad Club

The Morris Plains Model Railroad Club is in the old DL&W freight station of Morris Plains. The club has a large HO scale train layout and a smaller O scale/ Lionel train layout. The club is open Monday and Friday nights at 7:30pm and hosts 2 open houses during the town labor day block party and Christmas tree lighting. All ages welcome to enjoy a great display of models trains of all makes, models and eras.

New York Society of Model Engineers

NYSME was originally organized in 1926 in New York City. In its early years, the organization moved to and from various locations throughout Manhattan. In the early 1940’s, the organization moved to the Lackawanna’s Hoboken Terminal. However, during the mid-1950’s the organization moved to its current location in Carlstadt, NJ.

At their present location in Carlstadt, NJ, the organization features two operating model railroad displays. One railroad, The Union Connecting, models two rail O-Scale (1/4″ to the foot) The other railroad, The Union, Hoboken, and Overland, models HO scale (1/8″ to the foot).

NYSME holds two public exhibitions of the layouts around Christmas time and in the early spring. However the society does hold a work session every Wednesday night starting around 7 p.m. Visitors are welcome to come by but there is no guarantee that any trains will be operating.

NJ Hi-Railers

The NJ Hi-Railers are incorporated as a non-profit organization under the laws of the State of New Jersey. They incorporated on April 4, 2005 when the Articles of Incorporation and the By-Laws were approved by the membership. The club is located at 185 6th Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey 07524.

The Club meets regularly on every Wednesday of the month. A business meeting is usually held on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 PM.

The layout is in three distinct sections: the Southern Division features a large passenger terminal and a four track subway system, the Central Division features five mainlines and numerous crossovers and the Northern Division features a large yard with steam and diesel servicing facilities.

The dimensions of the layout are 185.5 feet in length by an average width of 30 feet. The layout is located on the third floor of a building in a room 250 feet by 50 feet with unobstructed views. The building is an old silk mill hence the club named the room Silk City Station.

Northern NJ N-Trak

Northern New Jersey N-Trak is a non-profit incorporated organization formed in 1988 by eleven N scalers for the purposes of:

- Stimulating interest and providing education in both model railroading and full size railroading
- Promoting N-scale
- Providing an organization where members can learn needed skills from fellow members
- Setting up N-Trak layouts at train shows and other public event(s) (and running model trains on these layouts).

NNJ N-Trak has recently expanded to include "T-TRAK" modules.

Our "home-base" is located in the Paterson Museum - the former Rogers Locomotive Erecting Shops. The Thomas Rogers Building/Paterson Museum is located at 2 Market Street in Paterson , N.J

Pacific Southern Railway Club

The Pacific Southern model railroad club is located in Rocky Hill NJ. The club was formed in 1964 by Bob Latham, who invited a number of local modelers to help him run a Christmas holiday show on his layout for the benefit of local emergency services. Buoyed by their success and a desire to continue meetings and operation, the Pacific Southern was born. It has been in operation ever since.

After more than 50 years of operation, the Pacific Southern is still being built (or rebuilt).

Ramapo Valley Railroad Club

The Ramapo Valley Railroad Club (RVRR) was founded in 1962 and since September 2019, located in The Allendale Community for Senior Living in Allendale, NJ.

The name “Ramapo Valley” was chosen, as it was a central geographic feature in Northwest Bergen and Northwest Rockland County; where most of the members lived. Without a railroad in the Ramapo Valley, it gave the club the ability to freelance their model railroad without being tied to the practices of any specific prototype or specific locations.

Staten Island Model Railroad Club

The Staten Island Society of Model Railroaders is a non-for-profit organization devoted to educating the general public and it's members about railroads and the industries and time periods they served.

This is accomplished by building and maintaining a scale model railroad for the benefit of its members and the general public.