Modular Layout

Est. 2004


50' x 50' MAX

Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017




Layout Details

The Modular Division of the Indiana Large Scale Railroaders club is the group responsible for building and displaying the club’s Gauge 1 (“G Scale”) modular layout. Their first meeting was April 3, 2004. Jeff Carter built sample modules and showed them at the April 2, 2005 ILSR annual dinner. Our electronic guru, Andy Chester, came up with a common plug design and construction specifications were drawn up. Several members (listed below) built modules and we were under way.

Our modular layout consists of some modules which are built and owned by individual members, and some are club owned and built. Placement of the track and wiring must be, obviously, regulated, but the landscape themes are left to the member building the module. As noted in the pictures, show goers find the layout fascinating. 

Links to lots of photos and more details:

July 21, 2006 – Fortville, Indiana  – How we set up our modular layout

January 6, 2007 – Indiana State Fairgrounds  – An example of the crowds enjoying the layout

January 1, 2010 – Indiana State Fairgrounds  – A video by Randy Banks

June 12, 2010 – Upland, Indiana Strawberry Festival – How we set up a smaller layout when space is limited

January 8, 9, 2011 – Indiana State Fairgrounds  – A tour by Andy Chester

Oct 9, 2010 – Indiana State Fairgrounds  – Click on the individual module links below to see the latest updates several members have made.

Club Modules, Transportation and Accolades

Member’s Individual Modules – Randy and Jacquie Banks

Member’s Individual Modules – Dave Beck

Member’s Individual Modules – Jeff Carter

Member’s Individual Modules – Andy Chester

Member’s Individual Modules – James Driesbach

Member’s Individual Modules – Ron Loudermilk

Member’s Individual Modules – Doug Lynn

Member’s Individual Modules – Mel Turner

Member’s Individual Modules – Paul Williamson

ILSR Module Construction Standards

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