There was complimentary coffee available all day, but if you needed to eat one needed to bring a lunch or drive a good distance. I had packed a lunch while some others grouped in on pizza orders.
I am not lucky when it comes to draws, but there was a ton of door prizes and with a smaller group with many leaving before the end we all went away with a door prize. I think I was 5th or 6th from last, one prize ahead of Roger Chrysler and there was not any Accurail 36' boxcars. To my surprised a Scale Trains -Rivet Counter crude oil tank car was still available which I scooped up quickly. The photos tell the rest of the story with more to come later in the week....George Dutka
|One of the better weathered limestone service covered hoppers done by Bob Fallowfield. Bob models Woodstock in the fall of 1980. He also is Matt Herman's sidekick at the Lok Sound display table.|
|Ryan also casts his own doors.|
|Ryan Mendell's great looking MEC boxcar.|
|Ryan has done a wonderful job on his roof...just had to get an up close view.|
|The last three views are of Roger Chrysler's great looking models of Accurail offerings.|