Welcome to the home page for the Indian Nations Division of the National Model Railroad Association, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This site provides the latest news from the Division, a schedule of upcoming meets, and links to web sites that our members have created.

For more information about the Indian Nations Division, please email the webmaster and we will get back to you shortly.

Division News

Upcoming Meets

Hardesty Library has canceled all meetings which would have been held in their meeting rooms for the rest of 2020 due to concerns about the corona virus. That means that the Indian Nations Division of the NMRA is looking for either a new place to meet or cancelation of meetings until 2021. We will keep you posted as to the possibility of having the September and November meetings, but at this point consider them canceled as well. It will depend on if virus concerns are still high and if we can find a new meeting location. Many of our members are over 65 which is the most vulnerable age group for the virus, so the IND-NMRA will be cautious about when we start having meetings again. An email will be sent out as soon as we have a new start date.

September 19, 2020 - Location and topic TBD - may be canceled
November 21, 2020 - Location and topic TBD - may be canceled

01/13/2020 - The January 2020 issue of Division Points is now available on the Division Points page. Click here to download a copy.

Congratulations to Ed Bommer, MMR!

The Indian Nations Division offers our congratulations to member Ed Bommer on becoming Master Model Railroader #634! For those not familiar with the requirements for this program, you can read about it at the NMRA website.

02/21/2018 - The document that Dave Salamon assembled with resources for the square foot challenge has been posted to the website. Click here to download a copy.

01/17/2016 - The document that Dave Salamon assembled with resources for the 576 square inch challenge has been posted to the website. Click here to download a copy.

11/27/2015 - Jim Ronda's presentation from the November meeting is now available on the Resources page. Click here to download a copy.