CentraMod is a model railroad club located in Temple, Texas. Meetings are typically held each month on the first and third Saturday at the historic Santa Fe Moody Depot. Be sure and check the Club Calendar for events and club hours.
Visitors are welcome to view operating train layouts in N, HO, and O (Lionel) Scales. If the doors are open while members are working during the middle of the week, visitors are welcome for a non-operating tour. There is no charge for admission.
CentraMod is now partnered with the City of Temple Parks and Leisure Services to provide a Model Railroad Museum and Model Railroad Activites to serve the general public.
Over the years, CentraMod’s layouts have participated in every major train show in all of the major cities. Modules have won Best of Show and received Honorable Mentions at NMRA National Train Shows. Read how this "club" organized its first train show before it was even a club here.
The club is conveniently located in downtown Temple, Texas next to the old Santa Fe Depot and Amtrak Station. Click here for maps and directions to the clubhouse, the historic Santa Fe Moody Depot.
The club's modular layouts can be viewed at various times throughout the year at train shows throughout central Texas. The club has also hosted the Temple Model Train Show for the last 25 years. Check our calendar for train show information and click here to view the latest on this year's Temple Train Show.
The club has an extensive library of mostly donated materials. It is a major membership benefit.
Interested in what you see? There is only one form of membership and it is easy to join. Click here to find out more about joining the club.
The Moody Depot is currently undergoing a number of much needed improvements and renovation. Contributions to this effort would be greatly appreciated. Find out how you can make tax deductible contributions to support the club here.
This is a list of club officers, the people who keep things on track.
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