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We are MODEL RAILROADERS. When we started in the hobby it was confusing for us, too.  Now we have learned some things and are able to provide some of the answers. We are eager to share our knowledge to help others enjoy our great hobby. Regardless of your modeling scale (Z, N, HO, LIONEL O, G), modeling skills (rank neophyte, beginner, average, or better), or whether you are interested in building a layout, a modular unit, or a garden paradise, we can point you to other MODEL RAILROADERS who have faced the same challenges and overcome them.

If you want to do a little reading on your own, try out the nmra.org web pages to give you "An Introduction to Model Railroading". You will find it interesting and informative.

Or, you can get a free online tutorial at this site, sponsored by one of the hobby's premier magazines and the World's Greatest Hobby consortium.

If you want to contact someone locally, all you have to do is  describing your problem or interest. We have someone monitoring all correspondence and will get back to you with answers or pointers to other resources.

The CAROLINA SOUTHERN DIVISION of the NATIONAL MODEL RAILROAD ASSOCIATION (NMRA, INC.) represents the modelers in ALEXANDER, BURKE, CABARRUS, CALDWELL CATAWBA, CLEVELAND, GASTON, IREDELL, LINCOLN, MECKLENBURG, ROWAN, STANLY AND UNION counties of North Carolina and CHESTER, LANCASTER, and YORK counties of South Carolina.

 

This site is 2002 through 2017 (inclusive) by the Carolina Southern Division. This page was last updated on Monday, June 12, 2017
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Selected Rail Fonts created by Benn Coifman (www.RailFonts.com). Selected railroad heralds by Ken Houghton Rail Images (www.ribbonrail.com/art/).
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