It's show time! Information on our November meeting will be up soon. In the meantime, let us not forget that it's time for the Dayton Train Show!.
This year's show promises to be bigger and better than ever, so save your money and plan to attend. Show will be held on Saturday and Sunday, November 1 and 2 at Hara Arena.
. Information is available on the show website at www.daytontrainshow.com.
Video Library Update!
The division's video library contains over 250 titles, available to Division 3 members. Titles include Allen Keller Great Model Railroads series, modeling "how-to" videos, and prototypes railroads broken out by category to make them easier to find. New titles will be added during the year. These VHS tapes, DVDs, movies and books are available, but must be reserved through the Division 3 Librarian.
Thanks to a generous donation from the estate of "Butch" Orr, about 200 new video items have being added to the library! New items will be posted on the Division 3 Video Library web page as they are available. Many will be previewed here. To view a complete list of titles and links to product descriptions and reviews, go to the video index (CLICK HERE).
Division 3 Librarian.
The contests at our monthly meetings have been becoming more popular. We are getting several terrific entries in the various categories. Some folks like to enter, some just to look and judge. In any case, if you go to the contest page and click on the monthly category for a past contest, it will take you to a table of the winners, complete with links to the photos when available.
For a look at October's winners, visit our Contest page.
The November contest will be Weathering, a single class contest based on weathering alone!
Photo Album Update!
Gordon Carlson has provided us with some great new photos of his Grafton & Cumberland HO layout. The album may be viewed HERE! This should serve as an incentive to the rest of us to get photos of our layouts to the Webmaster for posting. If needed, the Division can supply a photographer.
J. Hedge, editor of the Call Board, has repeated his call for articles and material for publication in the Division newsletter. Anything relating to Division activities, model railroading or railfanning is acceptable. J. has suggested that a series on "Pikes in Progress" would be interesting. If you have done work on your layout and have photos, etc., share them with J. Writing for the newsletter is an excellent way to accumulate points for the "Author" category in the Achievement Program. See details at http://www.nmra.org/education/achievement/ap_author.html
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