Friday, March 29, 2019

Omaha N-Trak at Ralston Arena

April 6th and 7th, 2019

WNE-IA Railroader's Train and Toy Show

Ralston Arena
7300 Q Street
Ralston, Nebraska

Saturday, April 6, 9am-4pm
Sunday, April 7,  9am-4pm

Fun Family event - kids under 12 free, Several operating model railroad layouts. Lots of hobbies represented. Click the link for details.

Here are a couple of scenery elements securely packed for the trip to the show.


Saturday, January 12, 2019

Check the Events Page

Check the events page for 2019 schedule.

Hope to see you at our upcoming events.

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Next Event: July 14 and 15, 2018


Omaha Railroad Days

Lauritzen Gardens

100 Bancroft St, Omaha, Nebraska, 68108



Saturday, July 14, 9am-5pm

Sunday, July 15, 9am-5pm


Omaha's annual family railroading event. One admission admits the family to all of the locations. Omaha N-Trak will be at the gardens all weekend. See the details here.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018




Next Event: June 2018

NE-IA Railroader's Annual Train and Toy Show
Ralston Arena
7300 Q Street, Ralston, Nebraska, 68127

Saturday, June 9, 9am-4pm
Sunday, June 10, 9am-4pm

This annual event is sponsored by the NE-IA model railroad club. There will be several model train displays and exhibitors from many other hobbies. Click here for details.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Next Event: The Great American Train Show

Next Event: The Great American Train Show

January 6th and 7th - Mid America Center - Council Bluffs, Iowa


Visit us at the Great Train Show. If you like what you see and would like to join Omaha N-trak, you can ask any member for information. 

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Shadow Lake Towne Center in May


Omaha N-Trak will be desplaying our modular train layout at several events this year, but it looks like this will be the last free event.

Shadow Lake Towne Center is on the corner of 72nd Street and Hiway 370.


Thursday, April 20, 2017

Highways and Byways

Freshly applied road markings.

We have a lot of roads on the Omaha N-Trak modules.

Stan has been experimenting with road markings from Highways and Byways. These are very thin and have pre-applied adhesive. Freshly applied, they look like the paint truck just rolled by.

Stan applied a few of the stripes and has sprayed on a clear sealer. Eventually, he'll add a bit of weathering. Only about 50 feet of "main" roads left to mark. It might take a while.

gs