Sugar Creek Model Railroad and Historical Society
Raising funds for children's charities,
while making kids of all ages smile!
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Sugar Creek Railroad Club, We put the fun in fundraising! Hosting shows and events to support local charities, while preserving our national railroad heritage.

Get on track with model railroading,
from building scenery, layout design, controls and operation,
fun for the whole family!
 
A BIG thank you to everyone who attended out
18th Annual Great NWA Model Train Show
on Saturday, February 27, 2021
It was a hugh sucess!

Pictures are at : Photo Gallery
Movies are at: 2021 Show Videos

Visit our new movie section!
SugarCreekRailroadClub.com/movies/
model layouts, trains, this and that

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Club meetings are the 4th Thursday of each Month
6:30 at the Bella Vista Library

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The Sugar Creek Model Railroad Club and Historical Society is a non-profit 501c3.
 All work is done by volunteers.
The club operates events to raise money for local charities including:
Arkansas Childrens Hospital NWA, Children’s Advocacy Center, Snack for Kids,
Hope Cancer Resources, Bella Vista Library, and the Nomad Shriners.
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The place for trains, big and small.
For the young and old

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