The Crescent City Model Railroad Club (CCMRC) is home to one of the largest HO scale layouts in the Gulf South. We are located in Metairie, Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans (aka the Crescent City). We model a fictitious railroad, called the Crescent Lines, whose mainlines carry freight and passengers to and from the beautiful south.
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See the story by Earl Hodges on Nola.Com at the link below.
And the photos from the articles here.
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It's open house season again on the Crescent Lines! Come see the latest progress and projects and watch trains run!
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Check out Crescent City Model Railroad Club member Greg Javonillo
being interviewed on A Modeler's Life podcast! Download the Modeler's
Life app and you can listen to Greg's interview on Lionel Strang's
A Modeler's Life podcast show.
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CCMRC members Maureen Mason, Ken Mason and Midsouth Model Railroad Club member Rod Fredericks, all of Division 2 took home a few trophies and ribbons from the Austin Eagle Lone Star Region NMRA convention this week. Division Director Ken Mason placed 3rd with a scratch built Santa Fe 1923 wooden box car, past Division Director Rod Fredericks took home 2nd place in kit built structures, and CCMRC Secretary Maureen Mason won 1st in the needlework category for her New Orleans Streetcar cross-stitch. It also was voted most popular in arts & crafts and finally best in show for arts & crafts. Congratulations to the attendees from Division 2 for their success this weekend.