web site keeps track of the
HO model of the CNJ station in old Mauch Chunk, PA in the late
we are building this in the UK!
After a visit to Jim Thorpe in
1996, we selected it as a subject and
started modelling it in 2002.
We have tried to copy the
prototype as far as possible using plans taken
from photos. All the material we have is
available on this website for you to share.
We welcome emails from CNJ fans and
fellow modellers. UK modellers are welcome to join us at Barrowmore, nr
We most recently exhibited the layout in the UK at Chatham (2017) and the Chiltern MRA (2018)show - photos &
videos can be seen on the
Exhibition pages. We will be in Glasgow in February 2019 and the NEC
in November 2019.
also pleased to host a page detailing
Glyn Thomas' model
of the CNJ including
Mauch Chunk - last updated in July 2012. Glyn has helped us in the past with
a number of building drawings.
Photos and video of
Mauch Chunk PA
at the Chiltern MRA Show Jan 13/14th 2018
New series of books by Peter Brill:
The Lehigh & Susquehanna, Jersey Centralís Pennsylvania
Hobbies - for CNJ Decals
Progress of our
Mauch Chunk is now updated in a blog that
is accessible by clicking on any of the RED
menu items in Our Model
to the left. We are updating this at least monthly as we proceed with Phase 3 of Mauch Chunk construction.
Steve (R), Richard (L), Gavin (LC) & Mike (not shown)
CNJ Books sub-section
has a very comprehensive, list of new
and used books which
includes all (most of?) the
available books and DVDs with CNJ content. updated
are photos and tables of CNJ
diesel locomotives, and
links to other web
sites. There is also a look at
Diesel paint schemes.
CNJ Models in HO section there are
many photos and tables of CNJ
diesel and steam locos available as HO models.
Mauch Chunk section there
building plans and
of old Mauch Chunk that we used in planning
Join a CNJ or CNJ modeller e-group and get help
from the experts !
What's new on the website.
We are building the model in the
Barrowmore MRG clubrooms
in Great Barrow, Cheshire, United Kingdom.
It moved from the
Merseyside Model Railway Society clubrooms in Autumn 2016 (entirely amicably!).