The purpose of the Piedmont 'N Southern Model Railroad Club is to promote the hobby of model railroading through creation of an operating modular N-scale model railroad layout built to Ntrak and/or Bend Track standards. This layout is intended to be displayed to the general public. We are a 100% NMRA club.
We had a great time setting up and running our layout to share with the crowd at the Central Railway Model & Historical Association's annual event at the Rock Springs Impact Center in Easley on February 7-8. The show was well-attended both days, school was out and there was some snow falling! Our trains ran well and we had a great variety on display!
On October 4th-5th, 2019, we traveled to the WNC Ag Center to participate in the Autumn Rails Train Show, which is sponsored by the French Broad e'N'pire Ntrak club. We set up our regular loop.
We were glad to be back at the Mauldin Chamber of Commerce's Trains, Trains and More Trains event, held over two weekends - September 7-9 and 14-15, 2019. This year they put us up on the stage, which worked well for us. As always, we were well-treated during our time there.
Asheville Train Show hosted each Spring by Western North Carolina Model Railroaders
We enjoyed another great show in Easley at the Central Railway Model & Historical Association's annual event at the Rock Springs Impact Center. Good attendance, especially on Saturday, and the trains ran very well.
We took some T-TRAK modules to a local retirement community (Oak Leaf Village in Greer, SC) to share our hobby with the residents. Quite a few residents were able to visit and enjoy the trains, and we were blessed as well.
On October 5th-6th, 2018, we traveled to the WNC Ag Center to participate in the Autumn Rails Train Show, which is sponsored by the French Broad e'N'pire Ntrak club. We set up our regular loop.
The Mauldin Chamber of Commerce held their annual Trains, Trains & More Trains event on Sept 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th and 15th, at the Chamber of Commerce building. Great show as always, but the second week was impacted by hurricane Florence, which prompted the S Gaugers to return home early. However the PnS persevered and enjoyed running trains for the visitors who came out.