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We will be attending the Thanksgiving Point show January 13th and 14th. We'll be back behind the stage again and have the entire area. We'll discuss arrival time at next club meeting.
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2017 Show Schedule:
January 13th 3 P.M. to 9 P.M. January 14th 10:00 A.M. to 6 P.M.
2016: Behind the stage, New Modules
2017 Show Schedule (Times TBD)
Fri March 3rd 3:30 to 8:30 P.M.
Sat March 4th 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Sun March 5th 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
2015: Up in the Old Timers Room
2017 Show Schedule
2015: In the Machine Shop
2017 Show Schedule
2016: On the third floor
2017 Show Schedule:
2016: In Room 200D
NMRA at Southtown 2016
The setup process begins
Off to the side
We were late getting our application in so we had to settle for a side room. The NMRA guys decided to make this room a free admission room.
Lit up like a neon sign
Steve brought some color changing RGB LED lights to light up our sign outside the door.
Main Show Floor
The main part of the show was in Hall 3. This photo shows Friday afternoon set up. The official start of the show was Saturday.
Almost there
Wiring the modules to the system and installing the connecting tracks.
Electrical Problems.
Robert wanted to run some DC equipment, but the DC throttles were not responding so he and Bob did some troubleshooting.
Crazy Bob's new module
Bob brought his new module to the show.
Weber in Winter
Although this is not really supposed to be a winter scene, the plaster on Jason's module sure gave it that appearance.
Up and running
This is by far the largest layout we've EVER set up. 17 modules total not including the yard!
The Japanese train
Sometimes we forget that trains are used all over the world. This Japanese consist of Roberts is really cool.
Dave rebuilds a 3rd time
I wasn't satisfied with how track works was done so I pulled it all up and redid it. Now I have a functioning side yard. The lower rail is once again code 70.
Running a short consist
Since Robert was running his Japanese train, which is DC, I decided to pull out my little consist and run too. The next day I added more cars.
Tiny to Huge
This layout had 7 different scales on it. From "T" to "G". The little box on top contains the T-scale engine and cars. The "N" and "TT" scale labels are backwards.
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Come visit the museum!
Fun and activities for the whole
family. Come check out the new
Bingham mine railroad layout!
Members can sell here for free!
Items should be railroad related.

Here's some stuff from Dave
Here are some links to
some interesting sites
XTrkCAD is a pretty decent
railroad modeling tool. It's
not as fancy as some, but
it's an absolute free-be!
SCARM or Simple Computer
Aided Railway Modeller
another free railroad

modeling tool. It has more
than 125 libraries and can
display your design in 3D.
Here's the UTA Website
The NMRA's National
Everything you ever
wanted to know about
diesel locomotives
A site dedicated to all the
US signage past and
present. LOTS of pictures
and dimentions. A must if
you want to create that
perfect sign.
This is a website for those
who are into large scale
models. Lots of info!
Guide to 17,000 rail-related
websites including train
travel, model railroading,
railfan resources, train
simulators, and railroad
industry sites
Our Local NMRA guys
The Sterling Singers Choir
Salt Lake Astronomical Society
Utah Rocket Club
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