Mike Brock <brockm@...>
Larry Kline asked me to post this. This looks like a great event.
Prototype Modelers Seminar - East 2001
1:00 PM Friday, March 23 through
6:00 PM Saturday, March 24, 2001
Holiday Inn, Monroeville (Pittsburgh), PA, (Exit 6, PA Turnpike)
This meet is a follow on to the Prototype Modelers Seminar held in
Baltimore, Maryland last March 31st and April 1st.
Activities will begin on Thursday evening, March 22 with operating sessions
at Bob Prehoda's HO scale Huntington Northern and Larry Kline's O scale
Western Maryland-Pittsburgh and West Virginia Bowest Interchange.
Several prototype oriented layouts will be open on Sunday, March 25th
including the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum's spectacular HO
scale Pittsburgh to Cumberland B&O, WM and P&LE layout (August 2000 Model
Railroader), Neal Schorr's Pennsylvania Railroad Middle Division, Bob
Prehoda and Larry Kline.
The model display and vendor rooms at the hotel will be available for setup
at 9:00 AM on Friday, March 23. There will be plenty of display space so
bring your models, including in-progress projects. The model display room
will be open throughout the meet. There will be no talks scheduled during
the hour after lunch on Saturday so that everyone can get together in the
model display room.
The presentations will start at 1:00 PM on Friday and continue through
Friday evening and all day Saturday with breaks for dinner on Friday and
lunch on Saturday. The scheduled presentations include:
John Greene Headend passenger cars and train passenger consists
Ralph Barger B&O diner classes through the years
Jeff English Early boxcars of the New York Central Lines
Bill Hanley Modeling B&O offset side hoppers
Tony Thompson SP gondolas - mill, GS, wood chip and sugar beet
John Wesner When boxcars became colorful - 1950s paint schemes
Todd Sullivan Hands-on weathering for your modern freight cars
Scott Chatfield The EMD Dash-2 series
Dick Flock Detailing trucks and trailers 1930s to 1960s
John Roberts Modeling the Appalachian coal industry
Larry Kline Steel industry traffic - car types and commodities
Al Westerfield LCL containers cars and loads through the years
Bob Prehoda Toward more realistic operations
John Teichmoeller Neville Island - prototype for a small industrial layout
Larry DeYoung Freight car distribution on Conrail
Bill Schaumburg Town Talk Tunnel III - Completing the scene
Ed Wolfe Interstate RR - Operations and equipment
Neal Schorr Modeling the Middle Division of the PRR
Jim Kelly Modeling after a prototype: the Tehachapi loop
Note: "Hands-On Weathering for Your Modern Freight Cars," by Todd Sullivan
will be given in two parts on Saturday.
Part I of this two part clinic will be "Learning to SEE how freight cars
weather," on Saturday morning. Part II will be two small "hands on"
workshops on Saturday afternoon. Those wishing to attend the afternoon
workshops should attend the morning talk. Participants should bring: one or
two models, prototype photos, a #2 soft bristle brush, a stiffer 1/3 inch
brush and an #0 or #00 sable brush and Floquil Polyscale or black, white,
oxide red, yellow ochre, and either depot buff or daylight orange.
Sign up early, as space is limited for the operating sessions and the
Hands-on weathering seminar.
Hotel at $59.00 per night. For hotel reservations call the Holiday Inn at
412-372-1022. Be sure to mention the "Prototype Modeler's Meet"
The meeting registration is $45.00.
For more information contact:
337 Elm Drive,
Greensburg, PA 15601.
Or Larry Kline
Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your postal inquiries
The meeting registration is $45.00.
Yes I would like to attend Todd Sullivan's Hands-On Weathering clinic