Re: Train Show in Seattle
> It's a good show for modeling techinques. There is nothing for sale,Thanks, Scott. From the newspaper, it sounds like they'll be doing some
> as I recall, but the last time I went, several folks had booth set up
> to demonstrate techniques. One guy had a module that must have
> had 200 scratchbuild (from real wood) structures. It was pretty
> You will see something in all scales. There was a surprising amountThe day after Thanksgiving is a big day for Christmas gift-shoppers,
> of Z scale a couple of years ago.
> It's worth the trip, even if parking is a hassle. Though, they've open
> that new garage about 3 blocks west of the science center.
and there's a parade downtown. So I'm staying home away from the
traffic and tweaking the grades on my layout. :) I will either drive
tomorrow, or walk downtown and take the Monorail.
> Where in the Seattle area are you? I'm in Kent, so anything northI'm up above Pioneer Square, on First Hill in Seattle. It's where most
> of Renton is in a foreign country :-)
of the big hospitals are, so Seattle old-timers call it "Pill Hill".