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Bay Area LEGO Train Club
Many BayLUG members are also members of the Bay
Area LEGO Train Club, or BayLTC. We display our LEGO model trains
and scenery at model train shows and other public exhibits.
BayLUG always welcomes new members, new input into our
organization, and new ideas. If you have questions about the group, or
suggestions for the web site, please send email to info at
You can become a member online through our web
site. Or, subscribe to our announcements mailing list to find out
about all the latest upcoming events.
August 28, 2013
By Bill Ward
At the annual Bricks by the Bay LEGO convention, held August 9-11, 2013 in Santa Clara, the Bay Area LEGO Train Club once again displayed a train layout featuring two loops of trains, several blocks of city buildings, and a rail yard, and for the second year in a row won the Best Large Group Display award. Congratulations to the participating club members for a job well done!
Next year the convention will be held August 7-10, 2014, open to the public Sunday August 10th from 10am-4pm. We hope to see you there!
March 21, 2013
By Russell Clark
Over the weekend of March 9-10, 2013, BayLTC participated in the Toy and Model Train Expo, formerly the TCA Cal-Stewart Spring Meet. We had 10 members participating in the show. Here is a group photo taken right before takedown.
We were also interviewed for the Santa Clara Weekly newspaper, and the story was published this week.
Choo Choo Trains Galore at the Toy and Model Train Expo
February 5, 2013
By Mark Benz
This year’s 9th Annual Living-LEGOcy, BayLUG’s holiday show at MoAH, had steadily increasing crowds from December through the closing weekend in early January. The exhibit featured new and “vintage” Creations from many members, both young and old. Many visitors heard about the show from social media or by word of mouth, making it our most successful year recently with attendance of 7,306. The Club donated more than $7000 to MoAH. Thanks to all those who displayed and helped out.