The Denver Society of Model Railroaders is a 501 [C] non-profit organization dedicated to the accurate construction and realistic operation of model trains in 1:48 scale. Model trains and operations reflect the railroads of Colorado’s past, present, and future.
Denver Society of Model Railroaders
95 Rio Grande Boulevard
Denver, Colorado 80223
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The Denver Society of Model Railroaders is not associated with the Platte Valley & Western Model Railroad Club. please see their website for information.
The 2015-2016 Directors and Officers
Club Membership President: Ken Schei
Treasurer: Doug Jensen
Secretary: Bob Cornell
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Previously in the basement of Denver’s Union Terminal (Union Station) housed one of Denver’s most exciting, historical attractions – the oldest and one of the largest O Scale (1/4 inch = 1 foot)model railroad layouts in the country. The “Colorado Midland Railway” layout encompassed 6500 square feet, spanned over 75 years, and, continued to be maintained and expanded by club members of the Denver Society of Model Railroaders until 2011. The “original” Colorado Midland Railway was abandoned in the early 1920’s so the club had taken a few liberties with the rolling stock, including diesels and mid-20th century railroad cars, which are lettered, for this now defunct railroad. The model railroad reflects the landscape of Colorado spanning our members’ interests from the transition period of the 1950’s to the present era of hi-tech diesel locomotives. Club members privately owned most of the equipment; however the equipment owned by The Club is lettered for the Colorado Midland Railway.
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Online Image Galleries created by DSMR club members of the layout!
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Hobby Shops around the nation that offer O scale 2 rail and O 3
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Denver local and regional railroad websites of interest.
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O Scale Brass Builders
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O Scale Publications
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Other 2 rail O Scale Club websites
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