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1NEW MEXICO COUNCIL OF RAILROAD CLUBSRIO GRANDE MODEL RAILROAD CLUBYouth Club for boys and girls, age 8-18, sponsored by RioGrande Division 6, Rocky Mountain Region, NMRAStarted in October 2014Number of members: 10-15Meetings every month on the Second Saturday morning,9:00 am - 11:30 am.Most meetings held at North Domingo Baca MultigenerationalCenter, 7521 Carmel NE, near Wyoming and Paseo del Norte100% NMRA Club, each child must be NMRA memberWebsite: www.riograndedivision6.orgContact Person:Al Hovey, Founder/Director725-18 Tramway Vista Dr. NEAlbuquerque, NM 87122-1610Cell # 505-459-8087E-mail: [email protected] COLLECTORS ASSOCIATION (TCA)O Gauge, S Gauge, Standard Gauge, and TinplatePromote Train Collecting and Operating. All scales welcomeLocal Club started 8 years ago, National Club 60 years agoAlbuquerque Club has 45 membersNational TCA 25,000 established 1954Club meets: Jan., Feb., Mar., April, and September,“Pumpkin Meet” in October. Guest welcome at “Pumpkin Meet”Contact Person:David A. Nycz, President13305 Mountain Shadow Rd. NEAlbuquerque, NMCell # 505-350-3701 Home # 505-296-8905E-mail: [email protected]

2SOUTHWEST MODEL RAILROAD CLUBHO and HOn3 Model Railroad ClubPromote HO and HOn3 model railroading and education ofYouth, 501c3 organizationClub started in 1995Number of members: 23-26 (max. 30)Club location: 39 Elaine Dr, @ Mid Valley Air ParkLos Lunas, NM 87031Operating Hours: Wed. - Sat. 12:30 - 3:30 pm.Special openings upon requestGuest welcomeBusiness meeting: 2nd Friday/month @ EAA Hanger, by BikeShop Operations: 4th Friday each month @ clubhouseWebsite: swmrctrains.comContact person:James McKelvey, PresidentWilliam Zimmerman, Sec.3 Stuart Dr.1622 Morning Star Dr.Los Lunas, NMBelen, NM 87002Phone # 505-379-7243Phone # 505-861-1417E-mail: OS EAST SWITCHING LAYOUTSHO (Primary) N and On30 (in works) Switching layoutsIntroduce public to Model RailroadingClub started over 10 years agoMembers: 4Club sets up at Albuquerque RR Fair and Belen Train ShowsContact person:John Moore5900 Silver Leaf Trail NEAlbuquerque, NMPhone # 505-299-0558E-mail: [email protected]

3ALBUQUERQUE(ASHOME)SOCIETYOFHOMODULEENGINEERSHO modular layout club, for Train Operations and Train ShowsStarted in 1982, 501c3 organizationNumber of members: 27Club layout location: Hoffmantown Shopping CenterWyoming and Menual NE (near Hobby Proz)Operating hours: Mon. & Wed, 10:00 am - 3:00 pmSaturday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Guest welcomeLayout operating system: All DCC, DigitraxBusiness meeting, 3rd Saturday each month, 1:00 pm. @clubhouseWeb site: ASHOMEContact Person:Chuck Aylward, President3725 Erbbe St. NEAlbuquerque, NMPhone # 505-385-9275E-mail: [email protected] MEXICO NARROW GAUGE MODULAR CLUBHOn3 Modular Club, set up layout at Train ShowsStarted 11 years agoNumber of members: 10Meetings once a month Guest welcomeWeb site: www.nmngmc.orgContact person:Phil Fossaluzza, President6305 Tauton Pl. NWAlbuquerque, NM 87120Cell # 505-850-5030 Home # 505-352-9431E-mail: [email protected]

4NEW MEXICO RAIL RUNNERS (NMRR)N-Trak Modular Railroad ClubPromote Model Railroading, N-scale modeling, and operateTrains for FUNClub founded: February 22, 1990Number of Members: 20-25Club location: Osuna Business Center, 3600 Osuna NE,Suite 203 (just west of Vic’s cafe)Operating Hours: Wed. 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Sat. 9:00 am - NoonBusiness Meeting, 1st Saturday each month @ Club House, orMembers homes, Guest welcomeDispatcher Operating Sessions, every other monthLayout operating system: NCE DCCWeb site: www.nmrailrunnners.orgContact person:Kent Shelton, President11113 Arvada NEAlbuquerque, NM 87108Phone # 505-379-1006E-mail: [email protected] GRANDE VALLEY MODEL RAILROAD CLUBHO permanent layout, on display during Expo NM annually,and for Train ShowsClub started over 60 years agoNumber of members: 10-15Club location: Bolack Building on the NM State Fair GroundsOperation hours: Wed. 7:00 - 9:00 pm.Contact person:Joe Filebark, PresidentPlacitas, NMCell # 505-238-2237 Home # 505-867-8824E-mail: [email protected]

5NEW MEXICO GARDEN RAILROADERS (NMGRR)Promote and play with Garden RR TrainsStarted over 25 years agoNumber of member: 65Many layouts at members homesOpen Houses as often as possibleLayout at the Albuquerque Bio Park, daily operationsSet up layout at Train ShowsBusiness meetings twice a year, guest welcomeWeb site: nmgrr.com also on: FacebookContact person:Scott HatchRick Hill, President3516 Yosemite Dr. NEAlbuquerque, NMCell # 505-489-0810E-mail: [email protected]@gmail.comTOY TRAIN OPERATORS SOCIETY (TTOS) NM DIVISIONO Scale, with both permanent and modular layoutsTTOS started in 1966TTOS NM DIVISION started in 1986Number of members: 65Swap Meets: Feb. 6; Aug. 20; and Dec. 3.Location: Netherwood Church of Christ, I-40 & San Mateo NEBusiness Meeting: four time a year, guest welcomeWeb site: www.ttosnmd.orgContact person:Tony Porzio9718 Golf Course Rd. NW (Paradise Hills)Albuquerque, NM 87114-4215Phone # 505-898-5946E-mail: [email protected] GuentherE-mail: [email protected]

6THE NEW MEXICO SOCIETY OF On30 MODEL ENGINEERSPromote On30 model building; structures, locomotives, androlling stockStarted in 2015Number of members: 5Business meetings: 3rd Saturday each month 12:15 - 3:00 pm.Location: Manzano Mesa Multigenerational CenterContact person:Boomer Keel, Meeting CoordinatorEdgewood, NMPhone # 505-286-6387E-mail: [email protected] Luxford, Communications604 Gretta St. NEAlbuquerque, NM 87123Phone # 505-362-7732E-mail: [email protected] OF THE CUMBRES AND TOLTEC RAILROAD, INC.Organized in 1988Number of members: 2,100Member Meeting: March, June, and OctoberMembership Dues: 30/yearContact Person:Tim Tennant, President and CEO4421 McLeod Road N.E., Suite FAlbuquerque, NM 87109Phone: 505-880-1311E-mail: [email protected] site: www.cumbrestoltec.org

7RIO GRANDE DIVISION 6, ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, NMRALocal Division of Rocky Mountain Region, NMRACovers Northern 2/3 of state of New Mexico, from Socorroto Northern borderPromote model railroading in all scales, Z to GDivision 6 formed August 14, 1976Division 6 hosted the Rocky Mountain Region Convention in1972 (before it was a Division?),1992, 2008, and 2013Number of members: 90-100Meetings held on the 2nd Saturday of the odd-numbered monthsJan., Mar., May, Jul., Sept., and Nov. Most meetings held atNorth Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center, 7521 Carmel NEnear Wyoming and Paseo del Norte NE, 1:00 - 3:00 pm.Guest and New Members are welcomeHost for: Rails Along the Rio Grande Train Show, 3rd weekendNovember, Balloon Fiesta Park, Sid Cutter PavilionWeb site: www.riograndedivision6.orgContact person:Buzz Lenander, Superintendent5520 Estrellita del Norte NEAlbuquerque, NM 87111Cell # 505-710-9408 Home # 505-821-1931E-mail: [email protected] NEW MEXICO N SCALERS (SNMNS)N-Scale club in Las Cruces, NM 100% NMRA Club1000’ N Scale layout at the Southern NM Fair GroundsMembership 20/year.Contact person:Mike FiferPhone # 575-523-9743E-mail: [email protected]

8ALBUQUERQUE RAILROAD CLUB(formerly DUKE CITY CHAPTER, RAILWAY & HISTORICALSOCIETY)Organized September 2013Purpose: Provide a means for railfans to meet each other,share knowledge, and help preserve the railroad historyof New MexicoNumber of members: 5-13Meetings every other month. Next Meeting: April 26, 6:15 pmProgram: Ernie Robart on Milwaukee RR ElectrificationABQ Police Substation: Central & Rio Grande Blvd.No membership feesGuest are Welcome and free of chargeContact Person:Warren L. Smith2525 Tingley Drive SW, #208Albuquerque, NM 87104Phone: 505-248-1280E-mail: [email protected] FE MODEL RAILROAD CLUBClub started 10 years ago.To Promote Model Railroad Hobby, and have Fun, Fun, Fun.Number of members: 60Business meeting: Once a monthOperations: Modular Setup twice a YearGuest are Always WelcomeContact Person:Edward (“Ed”) Williams2208 Vela StreetSanta Fe, NM 87505Phone: 505-690-0266E-mail: [email protected]

9OPERATION LIFESAVER OF NEW MEXICOA National Organization Promoting Rail SafetyFor People around Trains and Tracks.“SEE TRACKS - THINK TRAINS”Started in 1979 as a Non-Profit Awareness Program2500 Presenters Nationwide!Presenting FREE Safety Programs to school classrooms, Truck &Driver Education, Company Safety Programs, Community & CivilGroups, PTA’s, Scouting Programs, and any groups that could benefitfrom hearing our presentations.Presentations are FREE and programs are timed for the proper agelevels of the audience. FREE materials are also available to thegroups. Especially for kids.Contact Person:Bill LuxfordPhone: 505-362-7732 and in New Mexico 505-269-0886E-mail: [email protected] TRAIN GANG RAILROAD CLUBEstablished in 1986 by Dave Matthews and Jon SpargoMaintaining Club Layouts of “N”, “HO”, “S”, “O”, and “G” scales atThe Hammel Museum; 600 N. 6th Street, Socorro, NM(Stone Building just South of Walmart)Additional RR Historical Room with numerous displays focusing onNM railroading.Work Sessions: Every Tuesday at Museum, 7:00 pm.Open Houses: First Saturday each month at Museum, 9:00-Noon.Monthly Meetings: First Monday each month at members homes.Contact Person:Jon Spargo, SecretaryPhone: 575-418-7534E-mail: [email protected]

10NEW MEXICO STEAM LOCOMOTIVEHISTORICAL SOCIETY (NMSL&RHS)Purpose:ANDRAILROADRestoration and Operation of the AT&SF #2926 steamLocomotive by an all volunteer 501c3 non-profitOrganization has been in existence for 18 yearsTotal number of members: 360Contact Person:President Michael F. Hartshorne, M.D.Address: P.O. Box 27270, Albuquerque, NM 87125Phone: (505)246-2926E-mail: [email protected] Location:Address: 1833 8th Street N.W., Albuquerque, NM 87102Hours of Operation: 7:30 am - 3:00 pm (summer)9:00 am - 3:00 pm (winter) see websiteMeeting: Twice per week, Wednesdays and SaturdaysBusiness Meeting: Open General Meeting second Saturdayeach month: 7:30 am (summer)8:30 am (winter)Operation and Work Session: Wednesdays and SaturdaysGuest Welcome: Always! Hard Hat tours on demand duringWork sessionsWebsite: www.2926.us

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Jul 10, 2016 · Membership Dues: 30/year Contact Person: Tim Tennant, President and CEO 4421 McLeod Road N.E., Suite F Albuquerque, NM 87109 Phone: 505-880-1311 E-mail: tim