AT&SF Los Angeles Division - Olin Dirks
Located where the line from the Bay Area joins Santa Fe's double track mainline, Barstow Yard is the center
of the action on the LA Division. The lineup features LA&SL trains as well as the Chiefs and Hot Shots.
CB&Q Grenville Subdivision - Don Zinnecker
The Grenville Subdivision represents a proto-freelanced version of the Burlington Railroad
(CB&Q) in Eastern Nebraska in the 1960s. Rock Island and Union Pacific have trackage rights.
D&RGW, Floresta Branch - Bill Grierson
A point to point recreation of the D&RGW's Narrow Gauge Floresta Branch with some modeler's license
involved. Operations include Coal Trains, a Daily Mixed, Local Freight and Oil Trains and the occasional
Stock Extra. Mainline running is slow through mountain scenery and there are various switching opportunities
along the way.
Durango & Western - Carl Kempkes
Carl has recreated General Palmer's vision of a hard working narrow gauge railroad
in the San Juan Range. The year is now 1942 and increased traffic demands supporting
the war effort push the limits of the vintage C and K class locomotives moving freight
and passenger traffic through the mountain grades and scenic passes. Operations include
switching or mainline running.
Erie Lackawanna Missouri Division - Tim Bennett
A westward expansion of Erie Lackawanna to Kansas City in the 1970's is the premise behind
this freelanced layout. There is plenty of action as trains make the journey between St Louis
and Kansas City skirting the foothills of the Ozarks along the way.
GCLX Railroad - Ray Garvin
A fictional Nebraska-area railroad that offers plenty of local switching activity. The GCLX
hosts UP and BNSF trains via trackage rights and offers passenger service to area residents.
Geneseo Railway - Bob Roegge
A fictional backwoods railway serving three small rural towns in 1927. Featuring light industrial
equipment running on 18" narrow gauge track, this 1/24th scale railroad is as laid back as the
backwoods location would suggest. Hand laid track, scratchbuilt equipment and structures, and
outstanding scenery make this layout stand out.
Iowa Interstate's West End - Joe Atkinson
The Iowa Interstate's West End, a nearly track-for-track recreation of the railroad from
Atlantic to Council Bluffs, Iowa, provides a setting for realistic, yet relaxed operation
that'll give the two-man crews a taste of a day in the life of their prototype counterparts.
Using actual IAIS track warrant forms and switch lists, you'll experience what it was like
to work for a slow-paced regional railroad in May of 2005...without all the heat,
mosquitos, and walking. Also includes Union Pacific trackage rights trains and detours.
Missouri Pacific, "The Fairfax & Leavenworth RR" - Ron Brozanic
New for OSOmaha 2019, this layout is based on the Missouri Pacific mainline between Kansas City and Leavenworth
Missouri Pacific Bagnell Branch - Charlie Duckworth
This beautifully sceniced and detailed layout features the Missouri Pacific and Rock Island in the
Central Missouri Ozarks.
Montana & Colorado Southern - Steve Rodie
This layout models a freelanced prototypical Northern Pacific subsidiary in Idaho and Montana.
The layout was active for the past five OS Omaha events, and has now "moved" to a new 2.000 SF
basement and is one year into construction. For those interested, trains will be running without
a formal T-plan and paperwork, and the full scope of available operations is still being developed.
The layout will be open for one session only.
NYC / Erie Paired Track - Ralph Schiring
New for 2015. The New York Central and Erie Railroads in and around Marion, Ohio. Features crossings of
the C&O and the Pennsy, as well as local work in Marion.
NYC Hudson Division - Paul De Luca
The NYCRR as it appeared in the early 1950s from Harmon, NY to Hudson, NY. Two or four track mainline wih
thirty plus trains running in each session. Extensive yard operations at multiple locations makes this an
ideal layout whether you like switching or mainline running.
Portland Terminal - Pete Vos
This freelanced apartment layout focuses on industry switching in the Portland, Oregon area.
Pueblo Terminal Railroad - Bob Finkenbiner
Based on the railroad operations in and around Pueblo, Colorado in 1953. A few sound locomotives run the road,
as diesel engines and late steam carry the load. This is a bridge railroad transporting commodities across
the nation, with each road dropping interchange traffic, occasionally serving the industries around Pueblo and
feeding vast quantities of coal, iron ore and limestone into CFI. Loads of steel products flow from the mills
to all directions.
Santa Fe Surf Line - Steve Dolezal
The Santa Fe Surf Line during the Korean War. Streamliners, troop trains, and heavy freights all mix to
keep operators on this layout busy. This new layout currently features operations in the San Diego
Wilmington & Northern Branch - Dave Husman
The W&N is set in the 1900-1905 era after it was acquired by the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad. The railroad
features many scratchbuilt and kitbashed cars and period specific locomotives.