Virtual Layout Tours

     We are happy to post individual and club layouts located in the Philadelphia Division area as well as those in our neighboring divisions. Many of these layouts can be visited following division meetings or during the Model Railroad Open House event each year in November.
     Please contact us if you'd like to have your layout featured on the website. We can take photos or you can supply your own. We welcome additional, supportive information such as descriptions or track plans. If you'd like to have videos taken please contact Bill Fagan. And, of course, please contact us If your layout is already posted and you need to make changes.

Archives: Layouts

Ted McLean – CSX (N)



Display layout depicting 22 miles in southwest central PA on modern day CSX, formerly B&O/WM. Diesel, freight. Walk around island and peninsula layout. DC radio control throttles. The first photo shows the complete description and track plan. … More...

Doug & Steve Kley – Lehigh Valley RR (HO)



LV RR Easton to Laurel Run; Reading RR Bethlehem to Alburtis w/Allentown Yard as focal point. Freight only. 1st and 2nd gen. diesels; 95% rolling stock authentic to 1973 -1975. Around wall and peninsula – 2 levels; 4 staging locations; diesels; operating hump yard; walk around throttles; 1 dispatcher, 1 towerman; 1 yard operator.… More...

Ken Poznaniak – Chesapeake, Susquehanna and Western Railroad (HO)

Photo by Bill Fagan


Ken Poznaniak’s Chesapeake, Susquehanna and Western Railroad (HO) is a contemporary line featuring Amtrak passenger trains and modern, high capacity freight trains. This fully scenicked, bi-level layout is connected at each end by a helix permitting running or point to point DCC Digitrak operation.

Featured industries include a coal processing plant with an automated, continuous running, coal loading facility and an automated rotary dumper for the hopper cars at a large power plant. A major steel mill with dual blast furnaces, rolling mill, and all the necessary support facilities generates much of the traffic for the railroad, and … More...

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