The Observation car - April 2016
View this email in your browser

The Observation Car...

Next Meeting - 9 am, April 2nd at Mike Klapp's residence.

Convention News

2016 MCoR Convention
June 2-5, 2016

"The Road to Omaha"

Start making your plans now. There is a lot of convention news and information. Way to much to include in this short newsletter. So, go to the convention website and start planning for a great week in Omaha and Council Bluffs.

This is the monthly newsletter of the Western Heritage Division of the NMRA. You're receiving this message because you are already a member or have otherwise signed up to receive it. You can unsubscribe or change your address via the links at the bottom of the page.

Next Meeting at Mike Klapp's Residence!
Saturday, 9 am, April 2nd.

Note: The next few meetings will be at alternate locations due to construction at the Sump Library.

Mike Klapp has volunteered to host a tour of his layout. He's made substantial progress since the last visit.

     Mike Klapp's Residence
     15052 Boyd St., Omaha NE, 68116

     (NorthWest Corner of 150th and Boyd - four blocks north of Maple on 150th
      Handicapped Accessible)


2016 Mid-Continent Region Convention

Have you registered for this year's region convention? Make sure you go to the convention web site and find out all of the details. June 2-5 is right around the corner. Make your plans now! 

Last Month

Henry opened the meeting by bringing everyone up to date on convention news. George and Harvey gave a quick up date on the implementation of the dispatcher's panel on the L&S.  

Bob Roegge showed photos and a video of the progress on his 1.24th scale layout. Later he demonstrated an HO GP40 that he had converted to battery power. (Click here for a short video)

Paul DeLuca shared slides of his visit to Train Mountain Railroad.

 Ricky Keil brought the Farmers Coop Elevators he's building for a freemo module.

Ryan shared a few photos taken at Spring Creek Hobbies in Deshler, NE. 

We also did a little business. Nominations for offices were opened and the HO groups throttle was donated to a museum. 


Fun Stuff

Is your hot wire cutter too small? Mike Deverell needed to shape some hills on his Colorado Front Range Railroad and built a large hot wire cutter from PVC pipe. The range of hills in this demonstration video sits above a staging yard and is removable for access.

See you at the meeting, gs

Copyright © 2016 NMRA, Western Heritage Division, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp