Railroading Merit Badge
The Rocky Mountain Division of the Train Collectors
Association offers the opportunity for Scouts to
work on and complete the requirements for the
Railroading Merit Badge at our Summer and Winter
You can complete the following requirements for
the Railroading Merit Badge at our
shows. Requirement No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and
If you have completed any of these or other
requirements prior to the show, please bring your
completed work or a written explanation to satisfy
the requirement for review by a counselor.
There will be several displays throughout the
show to help you complete the requirements.
Counselors will be on hand to review your work.
Current and retired railroad workers will be on
hand to discuss the requirements and what you
can do to be safe around railroads.
Wear your Scout uniform for free admission to
the show. Parents and Scout families
will be admitted for a discount by showing
current Scout identification. Admission is good
for both days. This offer is also extended to
Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Explorer, Venture, Sea,
or Air Scouts.
Come prepared to have fun and learn about
Railroading and the fascinating world of trains
both toy and prototype.
Bring paper and pencil to prepare your work or
bring your previously completed written work to
be reviewed by a counselor.
to the merit badge table next to Operation
Lifesaver and Kids Korner areas to get your
information package. Your last stop will
be back at the Merit Badge table to finish the
gauges of toy trains will be represented from a
variety of manufacturers.
Multiple operating displays and hand-on
Come spend the day learning about Railroading,
safety, and the fascinating hobby of model
The program may also satisfy some of the
requirements for Cub Scouts and Girl Scout skill
awards for hobbies and travel.
Have fun in Scouting!
For questions or information, please contact:
Information on the merit badge requirements is
also available on the