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The National Model Railroad Association

| April Newsletter * | Photo Album | Bring & Brag * |
* See form below for Bring & Brag entries.
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Updated 04/05/10: See the new webiste for updated information.

WHAT'S GOING ON IN MODEL RAILROADING AROUND HERE?
FIND OUT AND FIND US (EVERYONE WELCOME) AT:
1. INFORMAL MEETINGS of local model railroaders most Tuesday nights at 7:00 pm at rotating locations specified above.
2. PUBLIC SESSIONS, operating an N-TRAK modular layout at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum when they're open (see link to their site below).
3. MONTHLY MEETINGS, usually the first Sunday of each month at 2:00 pm, as described above and in the Newsletter.
  • 04/11/10 CLINIC - Bill Paulsell(Operations) TOUR - Larry Smith
  • 05/02/10 CLINIC - Randy Coffman (Clamps) TOUR - Fred Plymale
  • 06/06/10 NO CLINIC - TOUR - John Bowling & Robin Grider
  • 07/04/10 NO MEETING
  • 08/01/10 NO CLINIC - TOUR- Grossers
  • 09/11/10 (SATURDAY) NO CINIC - TOUR - Bob Lawson in Cincy and then Entertrainment Juuction, south of Bob's
4. LOCAL EVENT SCHEDULE: see the current newsletter, and see the MCR website for a full schedule of events throughout our region: Mid Central Region.
5. ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM: Recognition/incentive/guidance to improve your modeling skills.

Click the badge for a list of Division 10 AP certificates
CLICK HERE for full details of the program;

Newcomers are especially welcome. The Tuesday meeting is a great way to meet others.

Kentucky Counties we serve:
(MAP):

Division 10 (Kentucky) of the National Model Railroad Association invites interested modelers to join our local chapter. Whether you're just starting out in the hobby or you're an experienced modeler, we offer something for you:
  • SKILLS: Through clinics at our monthly meetings or discussions with other members, new modeling skills can be learned or your techniques refined;
  • KNOWLEDGE: Railroad Operation is discussed and practiced at our meetings and at monthly operating sessions;
  • FUN AND FRIENDSHIP: these are the objectives of all Division 10 activities:
    Meetings, tours, clinics, road trips, conventions, shows, etc.

We meet at 2:00 PM on the first Sunday of most months, with a featured guest speaker or local modeler to present a clinic on various model railroad subjects. We usually visit a local home layout after the meeting. This is a great opportunity to see their modeling efforts up close and ask questions. Come to our next meeting to see if you'd like to join. We have a wide range of interests, and many of our members also belong to other railroad-related groups in the area: the Bluegrass Railroad Club,
The Lionel Collectors Club, the Bluegrass Scenic Railroad and Museum, and others.

Call (859) 269-3573 for specifics, or to ask any questions about the NMRA or Division 10. The meeting location is shown above.

Hope to see YOU soon!!



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION


Form for Bring & Brag entries: (Click for form)

What is the NMRA, and why join? (Click to see)

New to model railroading?
Go to the Beginner's pages at our National site for lots of great tips. (Click to go)

Our Constitution and Bylaws: (Click to see)

Looking for a class 1 railroad and era to model?
See Modern RR Acquisitions & Mergers: (Click to see)

Tips on model photography
Includes assembling a functional but cheap 'Studio': (Click to see)
E-mail the author


LINKS TO OTHER NMRA SITES:

The Mid Central Region Site:

(See the MCR Newsletter, The Kingpin, at this site.)

OTHER MID CENTRAL REGION DIVISIONS:
Div.1 - Akron, etc.| Div.2 - Keystone| Div.3 - Miami Valley | Div.4 - Cleveland | Div.5 - Western Reserve |
Div.6 - Buckeye | Div.7 - Cincinnati | Div.8 - Louisville | Div.9 - West Virginia | Div.11 - W. Pennsylvania


CLICK LOGO TO GO TO THE NMRA WEBSITE



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