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FecNtrak

FecNtrak is the Florida East Coast Railway Society's modular N scale model train layout. It prototypically models operations and locations along the current day Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville all the way to Miami. It also features models of Brightline/Virgin Trains USA. In 2017, the layout won second place at the NMRA National Train Show.

About the Layout

Originally formed in the early 2000s, today the layout features over 200 feet of mainline.  Highlights include modules of Bowden Yard, the New Smyrna Beach Locomotive Shops, City Point, Cocoa Yard, Jupiter Drawbridge, the West Palm Beach Brightline Station, and the Port of Miami.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. Originally based off of the oNetrak standard, our group has slowly evolved to have our own standards for module contruction and wiring, therefore, losing compatibility with other standards.

FecNtrak does not have a home base per say. Our members are located all along the east coast of Florida and only set up at our events. Several of our members are clustered in Brevard County. Since our membership is spread out, we do not have regular meetings or workdays.

The layout is only set up 3 or 4 times a year.  This includes the FECRS annual convention in June and at our Trains Trains Trains event at the Central Brevard Library in Cocoa in late July. We also set up at a variety of other events that change each year. In years past this has included the Martin County Model Railroaders train show, the Valiant Air Command Veterans Day Weekend Open House, Prototype Rails, and the 2017 NMRA National Train Show.

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Mailing Address

FECRS
7415 SW 170th Ter
Palmetto Bay, FL 33157-4888

Contact Information

For General Questions and information
email: info@fecrs.com

Comments/Updates for the website? Email the webmaster: webguru@fecrs.com                    

License Information

The Florida East Coast Railway mark and trade names are the property of the Florida East Coast Railway, L.L.C. and are used under license from the FEC