November 27th, 2010 Meet


The Display Table


Our Flimsy Editor, Stan Conley, has made the leap into 3/8" scale with this Maine 2ft gauge railbus.

The railbus kit is comprised of styrene, machine metal and cast resin parts.

Gilbert Lacroix had his scratch built Ottawa Service Staion on display which appeared at the corner of Island Park Drive & Richmond road.

Peter Coleman built a cardboard mock up of the CPR Standard N.14 station (reversed).

Here is Peter's finished (scratch built) station!

Stepehn Hockenhull brought out a number of his British locos which have been converted to DCC.

Here is a closer view of Steve's DCC installations.

Bob Farquhar had his "abandoned station" on display.

Ron Newby started with a Bar Mills O Scale kit to make Suzie Q's.

It looks like the proprietor has another customer!

Ron Newby's Six Mile Point station is stratch built on a gater board frame.

Here is a veiw of the neigbouring creek and wildlife.

Mike Hamer started building this Full Steam Ahead Freight Shed as the 2010 Railfair.

Next up Mike has his "in progress" Troels Kirk Cannery.

This neat Backwoods Logging Train was built from a Sierra West Kit by Bob Farquhar.

This MDC shay from has seen many years (and rebuilds) of service on Bruce Leckie's layout.

How do you like Bruce's O scale kit bashed ""critter"?

Some of Dave Primeau's DCC equipped motive power.

Closer view of an Athearn unint.

lOCO with after market DCC receiver installed.

Peter Nesbitt brought out htis very sophisticated locomotive test stand.


Afternoon Kit Busters

We held the season final Kit Buster's session in the after noon at the same location.
A number of individuals worked very diligently on their current projects.


Assemblying the tables in a row facilitates conversation between the participants.

It appears as you get older, the old eyes require a little assistance to see the smaller parts!



For the November Meet, we will be heading to the new location in Ottawa:

Location: The Kitchissippi United Church
630 Island Park Drive, Ottawa

Directions
The church is located on Island Park Drive where it passes under the Queensway (Highway 417).
Access is from Island Park Drive, just east of the underpass.


Click on Map for a larger image.

PROGRAM

The program for November will consist of two clinics in the morning followed by an after Kit Busters Workshop. The workshop will be held at the same location as the SLD Meet.

DISPLAY TABLE

The subject for the November Display table is Projects that didn't quite work out as planned!
The focus here is that even if we are not willing to admit it, we all have built projects (kits or otherwise) that didn't quite turnout as we planned. Here is your opportunity to share your confessions with your colleagues.

MEET DETAILS

The entry fee is $5.00 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 $5.00 Admission charge.

Registration
Registration, Membership, Raffle ticket sales, Coffee.

9:30 AM Introductions
Superintendent's welcome and any new business.
Morning Activities Clinic: Canadian & Atlantic RR
By: Ron Newby

Clinic: TBD

Display Table

12:30 - 1:30 PM Lunch Break
Members are on their own to seek nourishment before the afternoon activities.
12:30 - 4:00 PM Kit Busters Workshop
To be held at the same location



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