Dry Hill Model Railroad
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A sectional model railroad system

The Dry Hill Model Railroad is a sectional model railroad – a layout that is always put together the same way. The railroad has a common theme that holds it together – scenery, era, purpose. Taken together, Dry Hill has the look, feel, and operation of a completed model railroad.

The Dry Hill Model Railroad Club started in 1994 as the Dry Hill Terminal Railway with four members and one module – Dakota Falls. The club grew and so did the layout. Many industries have been added, including a Coca-Cola bottling plant that took a year to construct. A hump yard, passenger terminal, and 22-track, 56-foot staging yard all add to the realistic operation of Dry Hill.

We run 100-car freight trains, Amtrak passenger trains, and excursion trains operated by Southern Pacific, Providence & Worcester, and Conway Scenic railroads.

Each year, the Dry Hill layout is set up in the Mallory Building at the Amherst Railway Society’s Railroad Hobby Show. We also offer hands-on workshops on modular and sectional model railroad construction.

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contact

If you would like to be part of the Dry Hill model railroad group, contact President, Joe Albano, Jr. at: dryhillmrrc@gmail.com

Module coordinators:

Joe Albano, Jr.

Matt Paquette

Jason Veaudry