IN PERSON JAMES RIVER DIVISION MEETING THIS SATURDAY
Next Meet: May 14, 2022
Patriots-Landing Residents Club (aka, the Clubhouse)
Across the Street from 7346 Patriots Landing Place
Quinton, VA 23141
Details about the May Meet
Time: Doors open at 9:00 a.m. and we start at 9:30 a.m.
• Clinic 1: Rick Lull - Layout Command Control - An Introduction and Overview
• Clinic 2: Rod Vance - NMRA Digital Publications - Update on the What’s New
Modeling Theme: Open Hopper with or without a load
Other Activities: Door prizes, white elephant table, 50-50 raffle, coffee and donuts.
There will be 2 Special Door Prizes for NMRA members. These HO Craftsman Kits were built by inactive member Bill Pond and are looking for a good home on someone’s layout. More details at the meet. Perhaps you can take one home for your layout.
Lunch: On your own with restaurants nearby.
Special Note: Because of limited parking at Rick Lull’s and Mike Pulaski’s neighborhood, individuals touring the layouts will need to carpool either from the church or from where you have lunch.
• Rick Lull – Richmond Terminal. Rick’s HO-scale Richmond Terminal is based on the RF&P prototype from the wye at Acca to the Quantico area. It is a shelf style, multiple deck railroad with an almost 10-scale-mile main line that takes up the bulk of a large basement. When completed, the railroad will be fully signaled and CTC dispatched.
• Mike Pulaski – Mohawk & Hudson. Mike notes that this is the second version of this layout. Mike started this version in January 2017. This is a proto-freelanced layout set as a 1990's era regional, running from Montreal to Oak Island, New Jersey. The layout is set in central New York state and is a double-deck design. There is scenery on about 60% of the layout. Mike’s layout
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