Chesapeake Division

Mid-Eastern Region, National Model Railroad Association

Local Model Railroading Organizations

Baltimore Area NTRAK, the local NTRAK club for the Baltimore area. Information about who they are, what they do, how to join and all other manner of info about the club.

Baltimore Society of Model Engineers 225 W. Saratoga St. Baltimore, MD 21201 410-837-BSME

Chesapeake & Allegheny Steam Preservation Society operates live steam scale model trains for the public spring-fall on second Sunday in Leakin Park, Baltimore City.

The Delmarva Model Railroad Club is Delmarva's largest club for model railroaders.The club features layouts in N scale, N Scale modules, HO, O Tinplate, O Scale, Standard, and G Scale. The HO layout is the largest and occupies over 2000 square feet.

The Four County Society of Model Engineers is a not-for-profit HO scale modular railroad club dedicated to advancing our skills and enjoyment of the hobby.

The Harford Associates for Railroad Modeling is an informal group meeting every Tuesday evening for the past 35 years. Members live in or near Harford County, Maryland.

The Harford Modular Group is an informal group individuals who build and operate HO scale modules. They have public displays several times each year. It is based at Harford Community College, Maryland. More information (and sign up for Model Railroading classes) available at Dick Schwanke's home page.

MARRS A group of model railroaders, collectors, and rail enthusiasts based in the vicinity of Fort George G. Meade and the town of Laurel, Maryland.

Rail-Marine Information Group The Rail-Marine Information Group (RMIG) is an organization of people from around the world with a common interest in the history of the transportation of railroad equipment across water. RMIG was organized to share knowledge and information gathered by its members.

The Severna Park Model Railroad Club is a group of H0 scale model railroaders that meet every Thursday evening at our club layout. Our layout is located in Severna Park, Maryland, only a few miles from Annapolis.