York Breakfast, Thursday AM October 18th.

Peter, I will be there with Dotty.   

Marty

 

 

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I'm getting very excited.....leaving Weds mid-afternoon and I hope to catch most of the DCS dinner meeting (all depends on the DC/Balto traffic).....Looking forward to seeing everyone... Here are some pics from April 2018:

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Safe travels to all.....

BTW...sign up is never closed....if you decide Thursday AM, just show up.....the more the merrier!

Peter

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Anyone that has arrived at York early and has dined at The Clock notice that on the table placemats there is an advertisement for the TCA, TCA Museum and the York Meet?

Check it out when you get there. 

That's not an insult, it's just a fact of life!

Brian

President, Chief Executive Officer

Penn American Railroad

"Serving the Basement"

 

Northern Central High Railers (Western Division)

 

Eat, Sleep, Run Trains, Repeat !

Well Men and Ladies, we here in Tennessee wish “Youall” a great time at the Diner and of course, at the Big Show, hope everyone has fun and most of all, a safe journey home. Please post your new trains on the forum.  We will hopefully see you in April. Happy Railroading...Leapin Larry

8 minutes away for me this time around. Hopefully there won't be an accident like there was tonight on Route 30. It was supposed to take me about 45 minutes from the Toy Train Museum to my hotel, but it took about an hour and about 10 minutes give or take. It didn't look like anyone was hurt in the accident, but it really put traffic at a stand still.

The Toy Train Museum was great. Got to see Jack Lynch, Mike Wolf, and Ryan Kunkle speak about up coming stuff. I think Jack and Ryan spoke about the same time, Mike only spoke about 12 minutes. Seemed that the questions really only went to Mike and Ryan, though Ryan got way more questions. It was not quite what I expected. Maybe someone can explain it all to me tomorrow morning.

Just arrived back at the Hampton Inn South from the DCS meeting.    Hopefully, I'll wake up in time to make the breakfast.  I've been awake since 2am today.    I may just sleep in and and eat the free breakfast here at the hotel and then make the easy drive to the meet from the hotel vs. out on Rt. 30 from the Round the Clock diner.

  Maine3Railers 

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  1970-1986 General Mills Era.

Never thought I'd be in this position. Limited time off this year, won't be there Thursday, but hope to see many of you on Friday!

Jim B&O, Ma & Pa., Canton, and WM

TCA '04, WB&A '05, MDOG '11

"Be happy. You never know how much time you have left"

Sorry guys... I put a few trains out and the WIND was blowing the cars OFF THE TRACK!

so, no train layout hanging out the back of my van this morning...

hope to see some of you in 'de halls!

ENJOY YOUR BREAKFAST!

KUDOS to Peter for putting this together every year!

 

Home of the Union Eastern, Thomaston & Williamstown Railroad

Great breakfast again Peter, this time I didn't have to sit at the little kids table, lol. Was great to meet Bryan In Ohio, and find out that there was not just the prison, but the strip club on his layout as well.

I'll be sure to run into everyone else somewhere along my wanderings today/tomorrow, and of course Saturday. Someone tell Alan Arnold not to use up all the maple syrup. There may have to be a new Ameri-Towne Maple Syrup Distributors to be built. What would the building be called, "Sticky's Syrup Warehouse, Maple Syrup Distributors" lol. Just kidding.

Great talking at my table, and great to have Peter come down and do the educational business of knowing the great post-war guessing game. I said it was like listening to my Uncle Dick who can rattle off more things than I would ever even dream of knowing about anything ever produced by Lionel, American Flyer, or otherwise.

Great having b’fast with you Dave, and listening to all the “lore.”

Peter, thanks so much for being the laboring oar to make the breakfast gathering happen.

Now in Silver Hall with coffee waiting for the halls to open on my first York. Taking this opportunity to kiss my $20 bills goodbye since we will be parted in a little while.😋

Pete F.

Mahwah, NJ

TCA# 18-73568

HCSader73 posted:   Now in Silver Hall with coffee waiting for the halls to open on my first York. Taking this opportunity to kiss my $20 bills goodbye since we will be parted in a little while.😋

Yes sir, kiss them goodbye.

Before York - wallet-full-of-money

During York - money_flying_out_wallet

After York - moths

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

 

 

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wild mary posted:
HCSader73 posted:   Now in Silver Hall with coffee waiting for the halls to open on my first York. Taking this opportunity to kiss my $20 bills goodbye since we will be parted in a little while.😋

Yes sir, kiss them goodbye.

Before York - wallet-full-of-money

During York - money_flying_out_wallet

After York - moths

$$$$$🚂🚌🚌🚌 Alms for the poor! Alms for the poor!

Pete F.

Mahwah, NJ

TCA# 18-73568

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