Once more it's time for the spring Mid-Hudson On30 meet. My compadre Dave Camisa was able make the trip this time, as well as my wife Nancy, so we packed everythng into Dave's car and headed up the Hudson River. Come along and take a virtual tour with us...
Editor's Note: Allen Littlefield organizes the show twice a year, in the spring and fall. As always our thanks to Allen and to all those who contributed to making this another great meet. I hope those of you who could not make it will enjoy seeing the sights and will make plans to attend the next meet on Octber 26 and 27.
Let's start off with some general pix from the meet:
Our favorite dealers and manufacturers had the usual gallery of goodies to examine and purchase. Thanks to all who attended. The vendors who take the time to set up at our shows and display their wares are certainly deserving of our support. I can recommend them all from personal experience.
John Weigel (right) of the Peterboro Railroad
Peterboro Railroad - John Weigel - Website
Pat Hennebery (left) of Valley Model Trains
Valley Model Trains - Pat Hennebery - Website
Nate Kline of Nate's Light Iron Hobbies
Nate's Light Iron Hobbies - Nathan Kline - Website
Clem O'Jevitch of Warrior Run Locomotive Works.
Warrior Run Locomotive Works - Clem O'Jevich - Website
Ed Fillion of Deerfield River Laser.
Deerfield River Laser - Ed Fillion - Website
Ray and Mary Kaminski...and Gracie, of Crusader Rail Service.
Crusader Rail Service - Ray & Mary Kaminski - Website
Thanks to Allen Littlefield and all who attended and made this another great meet. The next meet is scheduled for October 26 & 27, 2012. I encourage you all can make it. It's a great way to enjoy your On30 hobby.
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