Oregon Electtric O-Gaugers

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Always  TRAINing, Always LEARNing.
Our  YouTube channel has the Club's Videos
Oregon Electric O Gaugers - YouTube link:
Eugene Swap Meet    Feb 18 & 19    Was a tremendous success...
Everyone Enjoyed Our Giant Three Track  Layout   
  June 24 and 25, we will be at Corvallis Library
  August 2 thru 5, we will be at the Benton County Fair
We are always excited to share our trains  .
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Please post  Photos and Videos
that you have taken,  to our Facebook page.
Check out the layouts and trains on our member and club pages.
Visit the website for a virtual tour.
The museum has limmited hours.
Go to our excursion link page .
Especially Santiam Excursions; Mt Hood RR; Mt Rainer RR
A new hobby link.     Mr. Muffin's Trains
He is an O Gauge dealer in an old flour mill in Atlanta, Indiana
The site has an incredable amount of links to videos of the layout in his store
and also of many different extensive layout.  Bonus: Q&A blog
The Oregon Electric O-Gaugers Train Club of Albany, Oregon also has members in Corvallis, Lebanon, Salem, Eugene and other cities around the Willammett Valley.   This year we participated in the Benton County Fair.  Everyone enjoyed this interactive Set-Up!  The Exhibit Hall was transformed into miniature worlds, complete with Trains of many scales, multiple tracks, noisy trains, and much more.  We also set up at the April train swap at Lane County Fair Grounds, and in October at Corvallis Library . Check our YouTube link for videos of all this...

What’s an O Gauger ? .. A person who enjoys running or collecting
O Gauge trains  ( or O Scale)…..    So …..
What’s an “O-Gauge” train ?…… Think of the Lionel trains of the 40’s and 50’s, but a slightly larger size…..
Most of our trains are O or O27, which both run on the same width 3 rail track.  O27 is so named because its full circle of track has a 27”  diameter. It is also the size of the original Lionel trains.  The taller track for O generally is 31” to 72” full circle diameter, but the distance between the inside and outside rails is the same as O27, so the smaller O27 stock can run on the O track.
The most popular Scales are N, HO, S, O27, O,  and G. (or Large Scale).  They are special mathematical ratios to the real (prototype) trains.  

Below is the same locomotive in six different scales, measuring just 2 3/4" long in Z scale up to a whopping 20 3/4" long in large (G) scale.  Each represents a real 50 foot locomotive in the scale. This information is from World’s Greatest Hobby website.   http://www.greatesthobby.com/
The  Oregon Electric O-Gaugers enjoy sharing our trains with the public and schedule display events several times throughout the year.   You might see us at the Corvallis, Albany or Salem Libraries, the Eugene Train Swap Meet and the Benton County Fair.  
Check our Current Events Calendar  Link,  for times and dates.
For more info go to the  Club’s Statement of Purpose  Link .
If you want to join us , or send an email, go to the Membership Form Link.
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