4. Photos of Phoenix-area PRIVATE Model Railroads

This page last modified 4/3/2019
  • This page contains a few photos of local Phoenix-area layouts that are PRIVATE — i.e., that are NOT listed on the home page.  (The links to club-layout photos and other layouts-open-to-the-PUBLIC are on the Home page.)

SECTION A. PRIVATE LAYOUTS – O GAUGE

  1. Phoenix: Paradise & Pacific’s 2/24/2019 tour of 4 private layouts
    Video of same 4 layouts: vimeo.com/326023735
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    SECTION B. PRIVATE LAYOUTS – S GAUGE

  2. Valley Of The Sun 2014 S Gauge Meeting Photos
  3. Photos from 3/9/2019 Prescott Valley Tour (3 layout, 1 S/Sn3, 1 Sn3, and 1 gigantic supermarket-sized HO layout).  Video of same 3 layouts: https://vimeo.com/328112450
    (More Phoenix S gauge photos are on the Valley of the Sun S Gaugers website at Sgaugers.com)
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    SECTION C. — PRIVATE LARGESCALE LAYOUTS

  4. Scottsdale – For Sale – Jim Bruner’s Largescale Layout #JB1 has an indoor  overhead Largescale layout, and a lower-level O gauge layout.  The Largescale overhead structure, track, supports, train, and power pack is for sale.  (Jim’s contact info is in the photo album.)

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  5. Mesa: Layout #JG1 – 2 levels, running on EagleWings Iron Craft modules, featuring 14′ long ‘Hell-Gate’ bridge.
  6. Mesa: Layout #RS1 – Layout built on raised 3-foot high “island”.
  7. Phoenix: Layout #GS1 – This layout has a 4-track main line (3 largescale tracks and 1 standard gauge) built on Eaglewings Ironcraft modules, and includes a unique Eaglewings Ironcraft rotating bridge section.
  8. Phoenix: Layout #KM1 – Whiskey Flats Railroad , 900 feet track, 100 feet long, travels through 5 log tunnels.
  9. San Tan Valley: Layout #WS1 — completely fills rear yard.
  10. (distant) Dragoon AZ (180 miles southeast of Phoenix): Layout #DC1 — Dragoon Mountain Scenic Railway, dmsry.blogspot.com – Dirk Carmichael’s record-setting, unbelievably huge, G ga outdoor layout-under-construction.
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    SECTION C2. — PRIVATE LARGESCALE LAYOUTS-DISMANTLED
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  11. Mesa: Layout #DS1 — Palo Verde and Southwestern Railroad – Dennis Sirrine’s huge outdoor layout, built by the owner of the Rancho De Tia Rosa restaurant.
  12. Chandler: Layout #WN1 (since dismantled): Bill N’s “Westerwald Reich Bahn” German-themed layout.
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    == SECTION D. PRIVATE LAYOUTS – HO GAUGE ==

  13. Mesa: Layout #JG2 – Great Union Pacific scenery & wall murals