After the Show finished on Saturday, the Crew departed for supper at a local resturant which has a train theme. The Crew include David T, David M, and myself from the Show, and Scott and Derwin who made the trip over from PEI to go to the Show and to do the Tour.
After Supper, we all head up the hill to visit Wayne's Nottingham Sub. (Wayne's blog is listed on the side bar). Pierre also joined the Crew at Wayne's. After a tour of the layout, it was time to operate a few trains.
Then Wayne discussed with us his future plans for his Railroad.
Derwin standing in the middle of the Nottingham Sub, wondering where to start.
Now the Crew, with its new additions, departed Wayne's and headed for David M's Fall River and Eastern. Once arriving at FR&E, David have everyone a tour of the Railroad and discussed his plans for it. Then it was time to operate a few trains. Sorry no pictures, too busy.
Now it was time to head to the WRS for an operating session. The two Davids had to bow out do to other committments. Apon arriving, it was time for a quick tour for Derwin and Scott, who had not seen the layout since the last changes. Then it was down to operations. Scott headed for the paper mill, Derwin ran 302L which services Bartown and Riverside, Pierre headed for Dogwood to operate the local switcher and Wayne ran the mainline trains. After Derwin finished the 302L, he departed with the revised 203S/204N train now servicing Roseton and Greenfield. Pierre after finishing in Dogwood, headed for Roseton to operate the local switching jobs there. Around 11pm the Crews began logging off and heading home.
It was a very busy night for all of us and we had to return to the Show the next day.
Derwin passing thru Dogwood with 203S
Scott at the Papermill
Wayne busy with one of the many Mainline trains
Pierre at Roseton
That was the night.