Tulsa Garden Railroad Club
The Tulsa Garden Railroad Club was founded in January 1997. Its purpose is to encourage and broaden the knowledge of large scale garden railroad activities. It is open to anyone interested in large-scale outdoor or indoor model railroading.
Our business meetings begin at 6:30pm on the last Thursday of each month. They include all necessary club business and special committee reports. Short programs will usually precede this. There can be a “show and tell” in which a club member will “show off” and explain a large-scale railroad related item. Then a speaker will present a short program with a “how to” segment. This could range from wiring, track laying, gardening ideas for your layout, or perhaps problems encountered in construction or modifying a model kit.
In addition to the regular monthly meetings, individual club members can host an open house. The open house enables club members to visit an actual operating layout or to see them under construction. The Club also holds periodic clinics and workshops. Local events are supported through the display of our ground track and or modular layouts. This allows members to display and operate their privately owned trains before the public.
Membership in the TGRRC is open to anyone with an interest in trains and garden railroading. Individual memberships are $25, and family memberships are $30 per year, January - December. For more information, call 1-918-864-1276 and leave a message. Your call will be returned when the messages are checked.
Jan, Feb, March, May, June, July, Aug, Sept, & Oct 2013
8316 E. 93rd Street, Tulsa, OK 74133
6:30pm last Thursday of the month.
*April 25th meeting will be held at 6:30 pm
Ollies in West Tulsa, 4070 Southwest Blvd.
Nov meeting falls on Thanksgiving this year, date and place TBA
December is party time, date and location to be announced.
*Always check for current meeting information
in case of date or location change.
Next meeting Thursday
MAY 30, 2013
8316 E. 93rd Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
Speaker: Bob Gardine
"Building Structures with GARDEN TEXTURE PLANS"