Engineer Photo Opp Success!

Engineer Photo Opp Success! We had a great two days this past weekend with our Summer 2014 Open House & Train Show!  The HO display inside was running smoothly with some members running multiple trains at once, while the G&O out back sparkled in the sunshine.  Lots of adults and kids had a great time exploring both layouts.  Even regular visitors were excited for all the new additions and upgrades we’ve made...

New this Weekend: Train Engineer Photo Ops!

We’re gearing up for this weekend’s open house!  Have you RSVP’d on Facebook?  Our members have been busy the last few weeks qualifying their trains, cleaning the depot, and baking delightful goodies for our Bake Sale!  Since it’s Father’s Day weekend, we want to make sure all the dads spending their days with us have a terrific time.  Need a quick gift this Sunday...

First day of the June Show

Today was a success as the first day of the June show. We had a fair amount of interest in the items available in our yard sale. Due to popular demand we will also be running the yard sale on Sunday. We will have many trains running, come down and see us. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens...

Lazy Saturday

Saturday was a fairly lazy day down at the depot with only a couple of members present.  The HO scale display saw trees planted in the Oleum area, and the trial run of a members mixed freight train.  The G&O had a couple of members running their trains, with video of them to be uploaded soon on our YouTube channel. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on...

Saturday August 27: Work and Play

Saturday was an eventful day down at the depot with members both working and running trains on the G&O and also on the HO scale displays. Of interest on the O gauge portion of the G&O was the successful running of an antique tin train with several coaches. On the HO scale display we had a couple of trains running while work continued on the scenery in the Selby and Oleum areas of the...

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