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The Observation car - September, 2019
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The Observation Car...

Next Meeting - 

September 7th at 9am
Sump Memorial Library
222 N Jefferson St.,
Papillion, Nebraska 68046

September 7th at Sump - Clinic: Bill Grierson on Making Rocks Without Molds, Show and Tell: Passenger Cars

September 21st at Shadow Lake: Division sponsored swap meet.

October 5th at Sump - Clinic: Running JMRI on a Raspberry Pi. Show and Tell: Locomotives

November 2nd at Sump - Clinic: Bruce Hochberger on Making Chain Link Fences, Show and Tell: Cabooses and MOW Cars

December 7th at Shadow Lake - Clinic: Freemo Group on Modular Construction

Other activities are under discussion. Possible additional layout visits and clinics.

 

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Next Meeting -

Saturday, September 7th at 9am
at the
Sump Memorial Library
222 North Jefferson Street
Papillion, Nebraska 68046 


 

Announcements

1) The main clinic will be "Making Rocks Without Molds" by Bill Grierson.  It is the rare layout that does not need a rock or two. This should be helpful for everyone.

2) The Show and Tell will be "Passenger Cars."  Bring your favorite, finished or in-progress.  There should be a lot of variety in this topic.

3)  Just a reminder - The September Swap Meet - You'll see this notice in several of your favorite publications -
Western Heritage Division Swap Meet
Saturday, September 21, 2019, 9am to 4pm. 
Shadow Lake Towne Center,
72nd and HiWay 370
Papillion, NE. 
Free Parking and Admission.

Tables $10.00, NMRA members $5.00.  Limit: 2 Tables. No Vendors

Please. Contact westernheritagedivision@juno.com for more information and registration.



4) It's unlikely that I'll be able to continue editing this newsletter.  If any of you are interested in taking over as Editor, talk to me at the meeting.  It's not difficult. If you can write an email, you can compose this newsletter.  The Mailchimp service does all of the hard stuff.
 

Last Month 

Ryan Moats gave a good presentation on tools. Thanks to Ron Brozanic for the photos. 






Fun Stuff this month - 

Unsure how to get the most out of your multi-meter?  Here's a good tutorial from Element 14.

Scale Model Workshop often has tools and products we don't typically see in the model railroading world.  This video demonstrates several uses for Apoxie Clay.  A two-part clay with a relatively long working time, but hardens after a bit.
 

see you next time, gs

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