Want to see the Bowmanville show?

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Oct 17, 2005.

  1. zedob

    zedob Member

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    :thumb: Great review and posting:thumb: Nice to see other's layouts and modelwork.

    I would love to see those British neighborhoods up close. From the pics they look absolutely beautiful.

    Love the traction layout.

    Your traction accident brings up a question. How many model wrecks(not devastating) or derailments are handled like the real thing, or quickly rerailed by the big skyhook?
  2. interurban

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    If Mike is at the Toronto show I will take close up pics for you all :thumb:

    We have a crossing that takes it`s toll in side crashes Zedob, 2 or 3 at the least per show :rolleyes: .
    Our only excuse is we take a lot of questions from the folks and try and supply the right answer. that`s when all the kids stand by and wait for the collision, the little so and so`s laught out loud!!!!!!! :thumb:

    Little darlings know when we get caught up in the talk :D :D :D :D
  3. galt904

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    Nice layout! Looking forward to seeing it on the 29th. :)
  4. interurban

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    Good stuff Chad, ask for Chris(me) if not there when you are I am only gone walk about. :p
  5. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    Great pics & great modeling!
  6. Clerk

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    Great coverage Chris. I enjoyed the pictures.
  7. 77railer

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    Very nice stuff thanks for sharing it with us man :)
    77Railer
  8. CN1

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    Very nice, thanks for the feast. I enjoyed it .
  9. galt904

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    How long does it take to go through the TO show normally? Trying to decide what time I should leave on Saturday. And what's the entrance fee?
  10. interurban

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    Chad I think it`s $9 bucks to get in, the line up to get in Saturday morning is heavy, I would do Saturday around mid day, it takes as long as your wallet last to do the show :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :D
    2 hrs may be.

    Toronto Christmas Train Show Oct. 29 11am-5pm and Oct. 30 10am-4pm
  11. galt904

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    It took me almost 2 hours to do the Woodstock show yesterday, so I think I'll allow a little more time for the TO show. Now, to see how much wallet I'll have with me... :)