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 Posted: Mon Aug 7th, 2017 02:36 am
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Nortonville Phil
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It’s just 3 months away !!

 
SOUTHWEST O SCALE MEET
FRIDAY Oct 20 – Saturday Oct 21
 
It’s time to get registered
We’ve started BBQ’ing the brisket for Friday’s dinner
http://www.oscalesw.com
 
TWO  GREAT  CLINICS
Friday – Bruce Blalock - The UP and Me
(15 years an engineer for Uncle Pete)

Bruce worked for the Union Pacific from 1995 until 2010.  On loan from the UP, he worked in 2007 on the Durango & Silverton. 
Bruce models the Katy and the Rio Grande in standard and narrow gauge in O Scale.
 
Saturday – The newest WEATHERING TECHNIQUES
Pan pastels - Chuck Lind MMR
 
Sales & trading tables / clinics / DFW O Scalers modular layout
Location: Fort Worth Academy, 7301 Dutch Branch Rd, Ft Worth
Layout visits: Bill Hadley / Michael Ross / Mike Walter
 
Info, show schedule and registration forms at
[url=blocked::blocked::http://www.oscalesw.com/]http://WWW.OSCALESW.COM[/url]
Email: swoscalemeet@gmail.com



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Howdy Phil, how's it going? I hate to ask but how much is the registration for the meet? Us old guys on antisocial insecurity need to know.
Looks like a neat show.

Woodie



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Hi Woody,

Good to hear from you. Registration is $15.00. It is a good mini convention. I have been going the last 4 years. It is a mainly 2 rail O show. Narrow gaugers are very welcome. Actually everyone is welome.



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Thanks Phil, I can afford that! Hope to see you there.

Woodie



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 Posted: Sun Oct 29th, 2017 06:14 am
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The 2017 Southwest O Scale Show was a great success. Here are a few photos from the show last weekend.

DSCN3312 by Homewood Wheelman, on Flickr
DSCN3311 by Homewood Wheelman, on Flickr
Modular layout of the DFW O Scalers.

DSCN3327 by Homewood Wheelman, on Flickr
DSCN3328 by Homewood Wheelman, on Flickr

DSCN3318 by Homewood Wheelman, on Flickr

Last edited on Sun Oct 29th, 2017 06:16 am by Nortonville Phil



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