Thursday, April 19th, Pre-York Breakfast.....Pics Added

This year, however, I will be wearing a Philadelphia Eagles hat. The first professional football game I ever attended was the 1960 NFL Championship. The Eagles beat the Packers. Its been a long time.

Gerry,

I have a picture on my smart phone that is priceless and can be used to blackmail someone. You are in for a good laugh as this person was wearing an Eagles jersey!

Ted Bertiger Ocean County Society of Model Railroaders Lakewood, N.J. www.ocsmr.com

Ted Bertiger posted:

This year, however, I will be wearing a Philadelphia Eagles hat. The first professional football game I ever attended was the 1960 NFL Championship. The Eagles beat the Packers. Its been a long time.

Gerry,

I have a picture on my smart phone that is priceless and can be used to blackmail someone. You are in for a good laugh as this person was wearing an Eagles jersey!

If it's Marty, I will pay any price to get a copy.

Gerry

  Home of the BRATS RR  

 

 

 

Come on guys ! take some pictures for the guys who are stuck home !

Ben I know you finished breakfast and you're puffing on a cigar outside, take some pics for us lol

 

Alex

 

HOME OF THE JADA RAILROAD

 

  

INDEPENDENT LIONEL REPAIR TECH!

INDEPENDENT MODEL BUILDER !

ERR UPGRADES !!

Yeah, everyone is trying to find the engines and rolling stock that delights them. Hey, don't forget to keep a good eye out for those great deals. Someone picked up something for free in October's Meet last year because of a sign that said something like, "if you stop and read this, it's free". I believe that was in one the Member's Hall, which when I went through was crowded.

Make sure you show us your deals or good buys.

Engineer-Joe posted:

The forum seems really quiet overall so far about York. Maybe it's just too early?

5 yrs ago the forum would have been plastered with photos and remarks about the breakfast and also early reports about the 1st day of shopping.  

Wild Mary (AKA Nick) Retired & "Riding The Wild Mary"

 

 

Forum Member Since 24 Sept. 2004

 

I think with the passing of some older train folks and others not able to attend this time or unable to attend them at all. also the postwar era on the down low this is the modern day york where the enthusiasm is more on chatting with friends as a social event.

I noticed this change 3 years ago as yes the bandit meets were raved about and post after post of the rare finds that were found on the first day of them as well as the first day of the tca eastern division extravaganza. 

nary a mention yesterday of the new items shown and or talked about at the museum of where I haven't a clue as to its location in regards to york area.

 

 

 

StPaul

Thanks Peter, that's more like it.  Looks like a pretty good crowd with lots of happy faces.  Brian your lookin' good sporting one of Dotty's custom made shirts.  I need to get one made.  BTW was there any scrapple on the menu?

Wild Mary (AKA Nick) Retired & "Riding The Wild Mary"

 

 

Forum Member Since 24 Sept. 2004

 

Traindiesel posted:

Thanks Nick!  Dotty’s shirts are very comfortable and railroad stylish. 

Scrapple was on the menu and enjoyed by a few but I opted for the French toast. 

Brian, I was glad to meet you and Craig!!  Yes I have one of Dotty’s shirts!  Very nice indeed!

Add Reply

Likes (5)
Dave NYC Hudson PRR K4ToddModelHenry J.Mark BoyceDr. Bunsen Honeydew


OGR Publishing, Inc. PO Box 218, Hilliard, OH 43026 330-757-3020
www.ogaugerr.com
×
×
×
×
×