Toni Ryan: Welcome Bryan! I haven't been posting here much as work has been keeping me busy. But I have a freemoN meet coming up on May 20th. I am new to freemoN myself, but looking forward to expanding my knowledge.
PnP Trains @ Boeing Employee's Model Railroad Club November 10th Kent Wash.
Hi all, we will be in back in our same spot as last year. Come check us out in the Green Room. Mention that you saw this on FB or Trainboard and receive an additional 10% off your purchase price.
Show times are 9:30 - 4:00 10 November 2012 at the Kent Commons, Kent Washington
Went to the GTE show in Puyallup today. Not bad - not as big as last year, but bigger than the Portland show last week...
St Charles Model Works has a new website: http://scmodelworks.com/ You can buy their models thru this site now. Some of my work has been produced in O Scale. Now St Charles is producing these same quality models in HO Scale. Coming soon, N Scale models.
I have torn apart my first module and am rebuilding it. We have had our first public get together and it went really well. Our next meet will be a group module build at my house - should be exciting!
Then it will be time for the "Meet-N-March"
PNW Free.Mo.N will be at the train show in Chehalis on Oct 12-13. We have been given a 10'x25' area to set up in. I really need to put fascias on my 2 extensions to my module. plus get some kind of basic ground cover on! This weekend - as long as the h
I have constructed two more expansion modules to give me run around room in my main module. This brings my length of track up to about 16 feet. I have been working on building some trees and playing with paver sand for the rock on the fill that I am mo
We had our meetup this weekend, very fun! The most modules we've ever had, very minor problems. At one point we had seven trains running at once.
Tip for building a module with more than two faceplates: Don't build it so that the two mating modules
Just wondering if anyone else out there is working on a module? I have my one module pretty well on it's way. We'll see how it performs at our meet next month!
Share your ideas and plans for modules with us!