Alliston Train Gang
Barrie-Allendale Railway Modellers
Model railway train club with open membership located in Barrie, Ontario.
Belleville Model Railroad Club
The Belleville Model Railroad Club was formed in 1972 by a group of railroad enthusiasts and retired railroad employees.
Modular Switching Layout
Model Train Layout
Canadian National Railway Historical Association (CNLINES) CNRHA
The Canadian National Railways Historical Association (known as the CN Lines Special Interest Group prior to 2010) was founded in 1989 as an international operational research and historical group that exclusively focuses on the Canadian National family of railways and promotes the art of modelling them accurately. The focus of the CNRHA is on all constituent parts of the Canadian National system during periods of CN ownership.
Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA) & ExpoRail
Born out of the Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA), Exporail, The Canadian Railway Museum, continues the legacy of the passionate volunteers who made it possible to preserve and enhance Canada's rich railway heritage.
Circus Model Builders
Craig Parry Scale Models
WW1 and other 1/32 scale models
Credit Valley FREE-MO Group
The Credit Valley Free-Mo Group is an HO scale model railroad group that was established in 2007 by people with an interest in the Free-Mo method of module building and operations.
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
Model Train Layout
Dundas Modular Railway Club
Operating in DCC and DC in the HO scale. We also have a portable N scale layout, 20 ft X 4 ft, which is being enlarged as member complete more modules.
Erin Mills / Weekenders Model Railroad Association
The Erin Mills Model Railroad Association was formed in May 1980 as a club to encourage and promote model railroading. At present, the club has about seventy members ranging from early teens to retirees.
Friends Of The Coburg & Peterborough Railway
Golden Horseshoe Live Steamers
The Golden Horseshoe Live Steamers operate miniature locomotives at the Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology.
Halton County Radial Railway (OERHA)
Located in Milton, Ontario the museum is a great place for a day out. A historic streetcar rides on two kilometers of scenic track, which stops at our famous ice cream shop!
Midland District Railroad Club
The Midland District Railroad Club has been in operation for nearly 30 years
N.M.R.A. Craftsman Corner
Nottawasaga Model Railway
the Nottawasaga Model Railway is a model railway club located in Collingwood, ON. We've been around for over 30 years and we have two HO layouts. One, which we take to shows, is whimsical, the other is under construction and is 45' long by 15' wide on two levels. It's based on the Meaford sub-division of CN, which ran from Barrie to Meaford, and the era is during the transition from steam to diesel, circa 1955. Our emphasis is on Collingwood and it's shipbuilding industry, now sadly gone.
A loose affiliation of several hardcore N scale model railroaders located in Southern Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe area. A club with no fixed address, we participate in Model Railway shows across Southern Ontario between the months of September and May.
Ontario Track Motorcars
Display of Maintenance of Way Equipment
Peel County N Gineers
N-Scale Model Train Layout
The Platelayers Society
We are a group of railway enthusiasts, living in Southern Ontario, Canada. Our interests are primarily in the railways of Britain, either as modelers or as armchair enthusiasts. We meet monthly in various local venues and membership is open to anyone who shares our interests.
Scarborough Model Railroaders
The Scarborough Model Railroad formed in 1962, in what was then the Township of Scarborough, Ontario Canada, by a group of enthusiastic teenagers meeting at an Agincourt Hobby Shop.
ToroLUG & ParlLUGment
ToroLUG shares a love of building by meeting up, showcasing public displays, and meeting others who like to build just like we do.
TRHA / Toronto Railway Museum
Located inside the Canadian Pacific Railway's John Street Roundhouse in downtown Toronto, the Toronto Railway Museum tells the story of railways in Toronto. Occupying Three Stalls within the roundhouse, along with the "Railway Village" of restored railway buildings including Don Station, the museum offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with preserved equipment in the heart of the City. The Toronto Railway Historical Association has constructed the displays, restored equipment and operates the museum and is working towards constructing an even bigger museum in the future.