Charlotte Show

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  1. pttom

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    There was only 3 model train set ups at this show.

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    another

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    And you didn't even take a picture of OUR layout! I'm,....i'm.......crushed......sob, sob, sob,......boohoohoo....

    So,... i take it you're one of those "little" scalers huh!?! Well!!! Didja at least come over to and push a few of our accessory buttons on the ACSG layout? Blow a whistle? Load a log? Tip a hat to a lady?

    Sheeesh!

    Hey, just givin' ya a hard time pttom. Hope you enjoyed what you did see. Was surprised that a Greenberg show had so few layouts. Must have been too close to after Christmas. How'd ya like the Sippin' 'n switchin' layout? They do a pretty awsum setup for a traveling modular layout.

    Us, we're just trying to get some kids excited about model railroading. Later,

    Ted
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    Hi Ted. I pushed every button on your layout.:D I really did enjoy all the layouts, but for the size of Charlotte I was a bit surprised.
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    Thanks for sharing the pix Tom! Do you by any chance have more of that first layout? To me, with the possible exception of a steel mill, nothing looks quite so industrial as a refinery -- especially when there are a couple of towers like that one. Cool!

    Val
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    Val, here are a few more.

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    Sweeeet! Thanks!

    Val
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    Hey Val:
    I've got one of the refinery, and, .... what's that i see in front of it on the track?

    Hehehe

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  13. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Thanks for posting the show photos Tom
    Good to see the Gauge box car there too TR
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    Too cool!!!!

    That's so great TR Flyer! What a great idea taking good old Big Blue to a train show!

    Val
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    Hi Guys:
    I was lucky Val, the boxcar just happened to arrive the week of the show. Since i only have a layout at shows it really increased my ability to record the b-car's trip to the area.

    Fun stuff.

    Regards,
    Ted
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    Great pics :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: