January 19th, 2019 Meet

Display Table Photos

Kit Bashed Saw Shed by Lorne.

To be part of a larger saw mill complex.

Bill's Cartierville station from Juneco kit.

Many additional details added.

Grant's Jefferson station built from a Builders In Scale kit.

Grant's Kit Buster Project is making progress!

Tom's Kitbash project from a Branchline Kit.

Tom extensively modified structure.

Barryville station prototype info.

Malcolm's Barryville Station model.

Chris's 13 ton T boiler shay.

The "wrong" side of the shay.

Stan's HO scale wooden boxcar.

Repurposed "toy" ore cars by Bruce.

Hemp fibre Bill used to make his trees with.

For the January meet, we'll be congregating at the Emmanual United Church on Smyth Road. The meet will take place in the hall on the upper floor.

Location: The Emmanuel United Church
691 Smyth Road, Ottawa

The church is located in the north corner of Smyth and Dauphin Roads, just east of the CHEO Hospital.

Click on Map for a larger image.


The program will consist of clinics in the morning followed by layout tours in the afternoon.


The subject for the January Display table is Train Stations.
But don't let that limit you, feel free to bring in any railroad related item!


The entry fee is $7.00 at the door.
NMRA members can join the SLD / NMRA and enjoy all of its benefits for a nominal fee and guests are always welcome.

Please feel free to call any member of the Executive if you have any questions or ideas. We always appreciate your input.

Meet Timetable

9:00 AM Doors open $7.00 Admission charge.

Registration, Membership, Raffle ticket sales, Coffee.

9:30 AM Introductions
Superintendent's welcome and any new business.
Morning Activities Clinic 1: The Implications of CN's Ontario Station Architecture for Modellers - by Doug Matheson

Clinic 2: Railfanning at Hutchison Road - by Chris Lyon

Display Table

12:30 - 1:30 PM Lunch Break
Members are on their own to seek nourishment before the afternoon activities.
1:30 - 4:30 PM Local Layout Tour

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