We are the Keystone Division, our members get together monthly to share an interest in trains, any scale, model or prototype, hobby or obsession. Our goal is to keep the spirit of the railroads alive for future generations and to support the NMRA. Go to our about us page to see more.
The NMRA advances the worldwide scale model railroading community through education and standards as well as advocacy and fellowship.
The Division Two full color newsletter is here!
About keeping our youth safe from predators. Please read the NMRA's At-Risk Persons Policy.
Cast your vote for August's bring and brag contest. Click here to see the entries.
The deadline for submittals is Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020 at 8:00am, voting will be through Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020 at 2:00pm.
Where: Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Middleburg Heights, OH
The company store is taking orders for Vols. 1 & 2 of the PA Short Line books by Gary R. Carlson. $60.00 each minus approx. 20% discount to Div. 2 members.
The four yard building kits for the 2020 Regional Convention are now available.
Where: Norwin Public Library, 100 Caruthers Lane, Irwin, PA 15642
Meeting at 2:30pm
Where: The Ambassador Center, I-90 Exit 24 - 7794 Peach Street, Erie, PA
Brought to you by Division 12
My Trip to Amherst Train Show
The largest private N-Scale layout we've seen
The Main Track
Thunderbolt 1000 Siren Productions
The Vollmer Family and Dave's Model Railroading
Sat. & Sun. July 25 & 26, 2020
Location: Monroeville Convention Center, 209 Mall Blvd, Monroeville, PA
Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020
Where: Kittanning Township Volunteer Fire Hall, 13126 St. Rt. 422, Kittanning, PA 16201 (3.5 miles east of Kittanning)
Admission: Adults $4.00, children 12 & under free
One of our members, the former editor of our newsletter, has a YouTube channel, His videos span eight years and vary from narrow guage railroads to abandoned iron furnaces to the Badlands in South Dakota. You can like each video by selecting the thumbs up button, and you can also subscribe to the channel.
The museum is located at 350 Adams Street, Rochester, Pa. 15074.
Our model Railroad features 4 permanent displays in 4 different scales (N, HO, O, G). Our large HO display represents Rochester in the early 1900's. It is highly detailed, realistic and a must see. But there's more, the museum features many local historical items and information for you and your family to see!
The FALLSTON FLAGSTOP Railfan B&B is located at 62 Beaver Street, Fallston, PA 15066. Our RAILFAN GUESTS look out upon the CSX Pittsburgh Sub [former P&LE] mainline and the Norfolk Southern Ft. Wayne and Youngstown Line mainlines directly across the neighboring Beaver River in Beaver County, Pennsylvania approximately 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, PA and only five miles from Norfolk Southern's Conway Yard. The website is www.fallstonflagstop.com.
There is a correction to our mailing address for the Div.2 Company Store for ordering porch swings and market decals: Address no longer active: P.O.Box 152 Greensburg, PA 15601-0152 Company Store address to be used: 292 Salem Church Rd Rostraver Twp, PA 15012-2922
Make tracks to the Division 2 Meetings , guests are always welcome to stop in and meet other modelers.
If you enjoy, or are just interested in, trains or model railroads, then you will fit right in with our interests and activities.
We have members that have a few trains stored in the attic, some are master modelers, others have huge operating layouts, and others just enjoy coming to the meetings.
The Free-Mo modular railroad is a chance for anyone to model and operate a section of the layout. Members are available to help and guide you with each step in your modules construction. Visit our Free-Mo pictures page for photos of our modular railroad portable layout.
Model Railroad Jamboree where experts share their skills and knowledge.
Members receive the Keystone Flyer , our monthly Division Newsletter.
You can find out more or get started by taking advantage of the Rail Pass Membership. For only $19.95, you get 9 months of Rail Pass Membership and nine issues of the NMRA magazine Scale Rails. Click here for more information.