Members of the Tampa Bay Model Railroad Club are building modules that are portable and easily transported to any location for building, maintaining, and running trains. Free Mo is a nationwide system of uniform specifications allowing participants from anywhere in America to join their modules together to make a railroad as big as the space allows.
Tracking our Free-Mo Progress at the Club
May 8-9, 2015 Our first public set up at the Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library Community Room.
August 3, 2014 Our start into Free Mo was slow, but we have moved forward. We are in a stage of advancement now as members have wired their modules, and are now laying track. Scenery has begun.
May 5, 2014 We have made strides with our modules. Already in paint, ten were wired at the train house. Craig provided us with wiring harnesses, and patiently answered the question twenty times- "Is this a red harness or a black harness?" Thank you Craig for all of your work. We will lay track Monday, May 12, on the modules. If we can maintain this rate, we should be ready to set up our modules by September.
May 9, 2017 We are proud to say that over these years our collection of Free Mo modules has grown quite large. We have full oval now and many members have pitched in to create a large display. We are setting up at any many events as we can. To find out more, please visit our events pageto see when we are setting up next. We plan to upload more pictures (and even video) of what we have so far, so be on the look out!