Overview of museum layout. It's easy to walk around and get up close to all the scenes modeled around the trains.
Halloween at CTTOM. The trestle is a double track, over 15' long, and built on site of black walnut.
Another view of the trestle.
Members Bob and John working on the layout. A great way to spend a day.
Daniel also spends some free time working on the layout.
Christmas at one of the museum Holiday Train Shows.
The Campbell River. Let's go fishing and canoeing!
The top view of Campbell Falls and River
Camp April in the California Redwoods. All the redwood trees were made by members.
Members Ed [standing], Will, and Billy participating in the Crockett Tree Lighting Event. This small layout is used by club members to take to various programs around the area. We may consider your request for your organization or public event.
No toy train layout would be complete without Lionel's operating milk and cattle car. Here for all the "kids" to see them work.
More of the operating milk and cattle cars.
A recently completed model area, the Carquinez Straits. Here we see the rivers coming down from the Sierra to meet the Bay.
Located on the Straits is the little town of Crockett. The main railroad line from the East to the Bay Area comes through town.
On the south side of the Straits, is the Fan Francisco Bay Trail: a walking and biking trail that goes around the Bay. Here the hills are steep and covered with oak trees in some areas. The trail is what is left of the road that carried cars from Martinez to Crockett.