Work brought me out to San Diego and, as any model railroader should, I wanted to visit the La Mesa club at the San Diego Model Railroad Museum. But I got lucky: not only did I get to visit, but I got to operate and cross that one off my bucket list. I want to share some photos […]
I loved this photo I took on Brian’s Niles Tower layout so much that I had to do something with it.
One of the best parts of the hobby are the friends you make through it. A recent visit to my friend John’s Maryland & Ohio layout really demonstrated the point.
Lance’s work has always been very inspirational for me, first his Monon layout, which got me modeling winter, and now his “slowed down” switching stuff. I finally got a chance to visit Lance’s layouts, and can attest that they (and he) are as nice in person as they seem in print.
My friend Adam has a great layout based on the CSX Hanover sub in progress. I got a chance to visit the other day. Here are a few pics.
I consider myself incredibly lucky to live in an area surrounded by fellow modelers. One of the perks of this is getting to participate in ops sessions on their railroads. I was able to do this at my friend John’s first “real” session.
I use Picasa to store most of my photographs. This is a list of some of the more interesting galleries.