Centennial Modules II Photo Gallery

Above: A D&H RS-3 spots a pair of boxcars at the Centennial Modules factory. Photo Credit: Jim Spavins

Centennial Modules II

As part of the preparations for the 2014 National Train Show in Cleveland, OH, the club needed one additional corner module. It was decided the best location for the module was adjacent to Stu's Pennsy Yard module. Since the club wanted a transition era feel for the layout for the show, we decided a brick factory building would be best. We decided to recycle a running joke in our club with the building of an early era Centennial Modules - a factory which makes modules. The factory was kitbashed from Walthers mod-u-wall pieces with the signs 3D printed. A new road was also added and the parking lot revised a bit to flow into Stu's Pennsy Yard module set. This module can be used as a stand along corner or combined with Pennsy Yard set to make an impressive scene. All of the work rebuilding the module paid off for the club, as this module was part of the group that won first place during the module competition at the National Train Show.

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Module at a Glance

Scale: HO Scale
Size: 3'x4'+Corner
Number of Sections: 2
Builder: Stu Dom
Type: Straight+Corner
Mainline Tracks: 3
Years Constructed: 2014
Era: 1950s
Features: Factory, Houses
Status: Active