Do you love model trains? We’ve always thought it would be fun to have a garden version of a model train that runs through the flower gardens in our backyard. We used to have the Fisher-Price GeoTrax trainset for the kids. We had tons of the pieces that would run all around our house. But right now, we have no trains in our house. We all get fascinated by the trains. When we are on vacations in Tennessee, we love stopping in at the Crossville Model Railroad Club It’s a great place to see some amazing displays and trains.

crossville model railroad club

Crossville Model Railroad Club

Located in the Outlet Mall in Crossville, Tennessee right off I-40 is one of the best model train display around. Cost for admission? FREE (donations are accepted).

crossville model railroad club
Crossville Model Railroad Club

Over 30,000 Visitors Had Fun With Us Every Year. We are the largest “FREE” Mall Model Train Display in the US – Home of the 65′ Mural dedicated to our Armed Forces and Their Families. The displays include the following scales: Z, N, HO, 3 Rail O and G. You are invited to bring your trains to run on our layouts.

This is a great place to spend a few minutes or a few hours. Keep a close look out. You might even see Thomas the Train!

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Where do you go to view model trains? Or do you have your own set up? I’d love to hear!

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4 Comments

 

  1. May 28, 2013  12:18 pm by Kiera @easytravelmom Reply

    You are lucky to have no trains right now in your house! We have been taken over by Thomas and all his friends. I really love that this place is free - what a deal. Jolie would love it for the trains and I love it for the value!

  2. September 6, 2015  5:29 am by victoria Reply

    it looks like a lot of fun. My son would loves the model train display, he addicted to the train models

  3. September 12, 2015  6:01 am by Rosey Reply

    Yep, I do see Thomas. I love the big, elaborate set-ups like this too.

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