Our portable layout may be seen at regional or local train shows or at the county fair.  It is 15 feet by 10 feet in size, composed of 7 modules, and represents railroading along the Colorado Front Range. The track plan below shows how the modules are arranged. The general specifications are summarized below also.

The club will display the layout at the Sherman Hill show in Cheyenne, May 19-21, 2017. To sign up for helping at this show, Click Here.



  The club layout is composed of 7 lightweight units, 30 by 60 inches, made of 1/2 inch birch plywood frames and 3/4 inch gatorboard panels.  The legs are removable for transport, and custom-built transport frames are used to move and store them.  A DCC system is used for power, with each unit connected into a complete wiring circuit.

 

  This view shows the mountain module on the end of the layout, and illustrates the clips which hold each unit to its neighbor. 

 

 

   The Loveland Lights Christmas event at the Loveland Library attracted numerous viewers of all ages. 

 

 

  Members and families enjoyed the display at our annual Christmas Potluck Banquet 


The town buildings sport new animated signs, as shown in this photo by Dave Baumgartner.