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  • jmac_han
    Hi Gang, Here is an news update concerning the 2003 NMRA National Convention and National Train Show to be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada next July 13 to 19.
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2003
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      Hi Gang,

      Here is an news update concerning the 2003 NMRA National
      Convention and National Train Show to be held in Toronto,
      Ontario, Canada next July 13 to 19.

      See also:
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ZScaleFiles/files/NTSnewZ

      Yours truly will be giving a clinic entitled, "The Coming of Age of
      "Z", an introduction to the Exciting World of "Z" scale". The date
      and time of the clinic are still to be announced.

      More info about ML2003 can be found at:
      http://www.ml2003.com/pages/home.html

      And here is a reminder of who will be participating at NTS:

      Three "Z" layouts are now confirmed for NTS2003 in Toronto,
      Ontario, Canada
      from July 17-19, 2003 at the International Centre.

      Terry Sufin, of Vancouver, WA, has confirmed space for his PVDC
      at NTS2003.
      This will be Terry's 4th National Train Show following Portland,
      OR, San Jose,
      CA, and St. Louis, MO.

      Jeffrey MacHan from Montreal, QC will be operating his NTS2001
      Best-of-
      Show "Val Ease Central Railroad" at his 5th consecutive NTS.
      Space allotment
      for the VECRR is 10' x 15'.

      David George of Spring, Texas will be returning for his 3rd NTS
      in a row with
      his award-winning "Golden~Blackhawk & Central City" Z-Bend
      Track modular
      layout. Space allotment for the G~B&CC is 12' x 21'. David will
      be introducing some exciting new modules.

      You are invited to run trains, help out at the clinic and meet many
      great Z friends from around the world. We'll also be awarding
      the Z_Scale Best Z Product Award for 2002 at NTS. Why not join
      us for some Z fun in Toronto?

      Cheers,
      Jeffrey MacHan
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