# Model trains
Model Trains with Real Sound!
A visit to The Golden State Model Railroad Museum with its 10,000 square feet of operating model trains provides an inexpensive, fun-filled outing for young and old, with plenty of room for youngsters to stretch their legs and expend energy as they follow trains along the 200+ feet of public walkway. The Museum is located at 900-A Dornan Drive, Point Richmond, CA 94801. The highly-detailed model train layouts represent prototypical scenery in Northern and Central California. They run both freight and passenger trains typical of the steam era through modern-day diesels. Our three main modeling scales are O scale (1:48), HO scale (1:87), and N scale (1:160).
Muzeo Express: Holiday Model Trains
Checking out the Muzeo Express: Holiday Model Trains exhibit in Anaheim. Muzeo Express: Holiday Model Trains is an all-new annual exhibition that is sure to become a holiday tradition, delighting children and enthusiasts alike. The display includes themed layouts such as Thomas the Train, California landmarks and a vintage department store window sponsored by Macy’s. Brought to you by Toy Train Operating Society and Train Collectors Association, the former creators of the Nixon Library display.
History of of model railroad toy trains
This is a great exhibit at the California State Railroad museum in Sacramento. If your in the area you need to check it out.
We visit the Treasure Coast Model Railroad in Port St Lucie, Fl
Where are we today? Today we are right off Becker Road in Port St Lucie checking out the Treasure Coast model railroad and historical society. This club has been running since 1975 bringing together interested hobbyists and operating an 1800 square foot former firehouse turned 3 interconnected lines with over 13 scale miles of track with close to 100 turnouts and many miles of wiring and over a dozen control panels. Location: 273 Southwest, SE Becker Rd, Port St. Lucie, FL 34953 Hours vary, check website: <a href="http://tcmrr.org">http://tcmrr.org</a>/ Do you love trains? What is your favorite train memory? Let us know in the comments!