This group is for Train Life members that live in or visit Pennsylvania for the purpose of attending events such as train shows, club meets, rail fanning or any other train related activities. Post events or activities that you will be attending, rail f... moreThis group is for Train Life members that live in or visit Pennsylvania for the purpose of attending events such as train shows, club meets, rail fanning or any other train related activities. Post events or activities that you will be attending, rail fanning or anything train related that may present the opportunity for members to get together, meet and share the experience. For example: I live near English's Train Shop and many people travel to visit this large hobby shop. If you are making a hobby shop road trip to English's let me know any we can meet up for some train shopping. less
Scott Wilson: Off for the weekend. Operating a Western Maryland layout in Chicora, PA on Saturday. Then going to the Monroeville Train Show on Sunday. Trainlife is good!
February 10, 2012
marty makarick: My Mom still lives in Levittown PA less than a mile from the Station the I also spent a lot of time train watching from that station and the trains running up and down the corridor. I miss those days too!
Looks like something is wrong with the server. I have lost my profile. I cant see my Pics.
Long time since I posted hear. I see there are problems going down with pictures? So many changes with the railroad. Locomotives gone and new locomotives. Freight car count has increased dramatically. Still no layout but run at the local club. Hope to see this place pick up. I'll be checking in regularl.
Well, after 12 years of construction, I'm tearing down my HO layout. I'm getting relocated to North Carolina (may be even more absent than normal here for a while). Busy pulling up rails and Tortoises, packing trains and tearing out plywood to get the house ready to show by the end of the month. The good news... land and homes are cheaper down there. Conrail's Pittsburgh Division will be back and larger than before. The tear down has actually been somewhat enjoyable so far - seeing parts of the railroad I haven't in years and lots of good memories. Plus there's the planning for that new 40x120' project to come...