In a message dated 2/28/02 11:02:21 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> <<Hi Pete,
> I don't know about the Richmond area, but there are a couple of shops in
> Northern Virginia (and a couple z-scalers). If you ever head North on
> I-95, Trains, Etc. in Lorton,VA is just off the exit.
I know where that is, my folks live up that way. Prices chased me away last
time I was there before I spent much time to look around. Actually was "tour
guide" for a group of the RRfriends when we made a circular day long trip
covering about 7 shops. Guess I will have to go look again and see what they
have at least detailing wise.
<< There is also a shop in Warrenton that I can't>
> remember the name of. It's supposed to be good, but I haven't been
> there yet (I just started in z back in November).
That's probably TSG hobbies (Trains, Stamps, Games). I enjoy that shop but
only can make it there once every 4-6 months as it is just out of the way for
me right now. I use to work in Warrenton but they had just open up when I
took a position elsewhere, figures. Now I have an excuse to go back up again!
> Good Luck,
> Randy Smidt
> P.S. - Give us some information on your Richmond Show that you are
> working on.
Thanks for the suggestions. The Richmond Rails 2002 convention web site is
>Richmond Rails 2002</A> http://richmondrails.homestead.com
Hope you all check it out. I haven't told anyone yet that there was a chance
I might have something in Z scale as it's going to be a tight schedule to do
it but I'm hoping as I would love to see the public around here introduced to
all scales. I will put it on the web site when I can be confident that some
kind of display will be there.
Take it easy,
Night Owl Railways
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