All NEONS modules
(with very few exceptions), whether owned by the club or by
individual club members, must meet certain club guidelines before they can be included in a
layout. These guidelines clarify and expand the guidelines published by N-Trak.
Our guidelines are designed to foster continuity in the layout and include standards for
skirting, fascia paint color, skyboard height and color, ballast color, track geometry, etc.
Our many modules allow us to assemble a fairly large loop, usually 150’ – 200’+ around
(4.5 – 6 scale miles). This length gives us the opportunity to run long trains of 100 cars or
more. To insure the smooth running of these trains, we take our track work seriously and will
not include modules that jeopardize trouble-free operation of those long trains.
In addition, we have a goal of trying to model scenes that depict actual Oklahoma vistas and
landmarks. As you peruse the pages describing our modules, you may see one or more icons on
the pages as follows:
||The Oklahoma State Flag indicates that the module depicts a real Oklahoma landmark or prototypical Oklahoma scene.
||The Route 66 sign indicates that the module depicts a scene along the historic Mother Road.
||The NEONS herald indicates that the module is owned by the club.
||This herald indicates the module is owned by a TNT member. NEONS members
who build, own and maintain their own N-Trak modules are almost always also members
of TNT (Tulsa N-Trak), a separate, sister organization to NEONS.
||Various Railroad heralds will show up when the module represents tracks or scenes pertaining to that
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