At Arrowhead Models, we view our work as an act of preservation. The Arrowhead brand is crafted to be reminiscent of the storied place railroads have in American history.

Many view railroads as among the most creative forces in industrial design. Frequently, railroad marketing departments created identities that appealed to the iconography of the vast western frontier. Flagship brands were named or inspired by the American west, and Arrowhead Model's identity pays homage to this history with industry premier models of acute fidelity.



Blaine Hadfield is the owner and operator of Arrowhead Models. 

Blaine has a strong history in model railroad manufacturing where he has led product development for over 15 years. Additionally, Blaine is the author of railroad-related articles in historical society publications, and he has been a featured speaker at numerous historical society conventions and RPM meets. Recently, he authored the book One Hundred Ghosts: An Exposition of Rural Grain Elevators that gives insight into the intersection of the grain and railroad industries. 

Blaine models a section of the Union Pacific Caliente Subdivision between Caliente, NV and Modena, UT from 1972 to 1984.