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http://www.t-trak.org.  This is Lee Monaco Fitzgerald’s official site.  She has developed this concept originally for N scale, but has expanded coverage to other scales. This site includes recommended sizes for modules in all scales.

  http:www.trainweb.us/KSONS : KSONS website; the parent club to our T-Trak Division...another site by me.

http://www.srihobbies.com/ : Scale reproductions Hobby Shop...this is were we get most of our stuff.

http://www.tcry.org/ : Tennessee Central Railway Museum in Nashville.


 

http://www.nashvillentrak.org: This is the site of our good friends from the Nashville N-Trak club from Nashville Tennessee.

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http://www.trainweb.us/ttraklist : This is a website that lists sources of information.  This site also lists the yahoo t-trak N scale group.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/t-trak/  : This is the T-Trak yahoo group.  Most of the information about T-Trak in N Scale can be found here.  There are lots of designs for alternate table-top modules and pictures from other individuals and groups regarding T-Trak and table-top N scale layouts.

http://www.ttrakaustintx.org/ : Austin TEXAS T-Trak group.  These guys are just like us, starting out with a website and stuff.  They are coming to the Convention in 2008.

http://www.nvntrak.org/t-trak/ : The Northern Virginia N-Trak Group’s T-Trak Division.  Like the Austin group, these guys are bringing modules to the Convention as well.

            You thought T-Trak was popular here in America, Check out these links from Australia and Japan:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Australian_T-TRAK/ : Another Australian site.

http://jiisan2003.hp.infoseek.co.jp/  : T-Trak Network in Japan.  They started this concept there in 2000, which gave Lee Fitzgerald inspiration to adapt these to US model railroading sizes and formats.

http://www.historicrailpark.com/: The Historic Rail Park in Bowling Green, Ky:

Train Museum and L&N Depot.

http://www.kyrail.org/ : The Kentucky Railroad Museum.

 

 

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