NEB&W All-Time Guide to Club Members - A

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All-Time Membership Table of Contents
Membership Table of Contents

(List is FAR from complete and who is here and who isn't at this point is arbitrary, along with their contributions, is mostly a function of scattered memories.)

Go to:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Dr. Luther Abel '62



Todd Abrams '11



Mark Adam '85



Ronald Adomako '12

Ronald built the small cabin in the distance for Larrabee's Pt.



Abena Afriyie '93



Brian Albrecht '95

Brian came to us as a student and work-study, back when we were running the weekly open houses. He didn't have a background in model railroading, but did have farm model toys as a hobby. He also knew a lot about farming, tractors, etc. Although he has become a Life Member, we don't see him now. Brian has been very supportive of the club and has purchased and donated several large items, including a new table saw and a new Broadway 2-8-0 locomotive.



  • Brian scratchbuilt the ice house at North Bennington.


  • Scratchbuilt the passenger and freight depots at North Creek.



Gavin Allcorn



Matthew Allyn '91



Giacomo Amendolara '78



Stan Ames '72

Stan was involved with the club when we were on our third layout, in the early 1970's. He is one of the inventors of DCC.



Tom Amrine

Tom is a community member who originally lived in New Jersey and would come up to the club every month or so and spend a few days marathon modeling. About three years ago, he moved up here and now is at the railroad almost every day. He works on setting up the operating session every semester, works on rolling stock, particularly locos, handles a lot of the wiring and related, like replacing the layout fascia.

  • Worked with Scalecoat to produce the NEB&W/Rutland green paint used on NEB&W locomotives.

  • Worked with Don Manlick to produce new decals for NEB&W first and second generation locomotives and rolling stock, and decals for O&LR equipment on the layout.

  • Also see Tom's blog.



David Anderson '72

I seem to recall Dave was from Seattle. He scratchbuilt a handcar shed and the icing platform for the Chateaugay ice house.



John Andrews



Peter Antoniou '86



Andrew Aquino '18

Student member c. 2015.



John Arnold '85