T-Trak group getting started in Reading, PA area

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by cruikshank, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. cruikshank

    cruikshank New Member

    Hi, I just joined this T-trak group, and I'm posting this for the founder, who is not a member of as many train forums as I am. If your interested, please contact Rich and check out the site. We have our first meeting next week, November 14th and hope to get the ball rolling from there. Thanks, Dave
    Just thought I would put some feelers out to anyone in the Reading PA
    area. The N-Trak club I belong to has one other member who has started
    on a side-track T-Trak project, with the other members not really
    interested in our "baby modules".

    I have everything to run a T-Trak layout...a complete oval of modules
    (in various stages of scenery construction) 2 power packs (one MRC and
    one IHC cheapo) and trains. Oh, and a location to meet just outside of

    Reading has deep roots in railroading (obviously) and there are many
    groups of modelers in the area, but no N scale or T-Trak specific, and
    I would like to fill that void. If anyone is interested, let me know!

    How many people from Reading PA frequent or Lurk on a UK based forum? who knows????


    Wernersville PA
    Interested in T-Trak? Live in the Reading PA area? visit www.readingttrak.org
  2. MCL_RDG

    MCL_RDG Member

    I honestly...

    ....have no idea what T-Trak is about. A few mentioned at Bedford's N-scale Weekend that LARK Model Works buildings would work(?).

    I just don't get it- considering I run G and N gauge.

    TT just means, babe, love- mmmmmmmmmmy honey!

    What the heck is T-Trak?!!!!

    I dunno.+

    Mark (deflated)flllllllllewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwaaawwwwwwwwwwwwww~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!
  3. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

    Check the link at the bottom of Rich's post. It provides all the information abot T-Trak.
    Cool concept.
  4. cruikshank

    cruikshank New Member

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