We are listed on the RailServe site:
and also on the N.M.R.A. National Directory
We've discovered a very fine site dealing with scenery. You know "...the sincerest form of flattery is imitation" I have used some of the techniques shown in my own Nordel efforts. The owner of this site has collected many more excellent scenery building techniques and put out a site with full disclosure and excellent photographs. It's well worth keeping a bookmark so you could consult it often for new ideas. Take a look!
This link below is to a site of one of our former members. He has a mail-order business that features interesting model railroad products. The URL is;
Friends of the Furness Railroad District promotes the historic and cultural importance of the Wilmington Amtrak Station and vicinity. The station (built in 1907-08) was designed by prominent 19th-century architect Frank Furness, who built more than 130 buildings for the PRR, B&O and Reading lines. This grabbed us since we have a full size HO building on our layout of this station. After all we are the Northern Delaware model RR club!
The popular Wilmington & Western Railroad (opened in 1872) operates steam- and Diesel-powered passenger trains on a 10-mile route along the beautiful Red Clay Creek from Price’s Corner to Hockessin, Delaware, from February though December. Thousands of visitors and residents ride this scenic line annually. Including us - we got a ride in the Red Caboose!
We can also say we have arrived! The peerless Google search engine has sniffed us out and you can too: just Google --> nordel model railroad club <-- and find a cornocopia of stuff to follow. One disclaimer however - one of the segments of our trains on youtube is a little too like a prototype in the segment showing a real scale derailment. In spite of that this clip is ranked right there along with the best. Not all for family consumption! Will wonders never cease?