This page was last updated on Saturday, March 24, 2018

2018 Club Officers

President Tim Dumas, Vice-President Pierre Willermet, Treasurer Mike Brown,
Secretary Stuart Pollock

Chief Engineer Joe Kach, Trainmaster Tim Dumas, Building Manager Ben Osvath,
Jim Karolyi Webmaster

Welcome to the Redford Model Railroad Club, the oldest HO scale model railroad club in Michigan was founded in 1938.  Our mission is to offer fun, fellowship and an opportunity to learn and grow in the hobby of HO scale model railroading. The Redford Model Railroad Club also offers opportunity to enjoy special social events, visit other members personal layouts, participate in holiday parties and help with annual public train fund raiser shows - Plus visit other HO model railroad clubs.

Click Here is see all the vendors that supports our club!

27316 Michigan Avenue         (East of Inkster Rd.)
in back of the Inkster Police Station

Always New Scenery, Double & Single track mainlines, Branchline ends at a ferry, HO layout 52 ft. x 26 ft, DCC & DC Operation. View various phases of continuous layout construction. Great for kids of all ages - train whistle & other train sounds. Variety of locomotives, cars and advertising train.Double & Single track mainlines,
Great for kids of all ages - train whistle & other train sounds !FREE admission!
Donations cheerfully accepted!

April, 7, 2018
April, 21, 2018
Mary 5, 2018 - Steam Day
May 19, 2018

Business Train - Click on these pages to get a pdf version!

Some Photos of Milt Moore's Layout
Please click on any image to see a larger size version.

Inkster, Redford & Western Wayne Railroad

The Redford Model Railroad Club displayed their modular HO Layout at the March 2017 Trainorama!
Many modelers have worked many hours to get this layout operational. It looks terrific!
They added more tracks and scenery. Also they are want to show case this layout at appropriate venues.
Please click on any image to see a larger size version.

Our friend and fellow member, Calvin Shepherd,
received the Congressional Gold Medal at the Capitol in Washington D.C.

U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., talks with Calvin Shepherd of Inkster before Montford Point Marines,
the nation’s first black Marines, receive a Congressional Gold Medal. It’s the highest civilian award the government gives


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