Narrow Gauge Madness

The show has come & gone. From all reports it should be counted as a success. Not bad for a first effort on the part of the "Narrow Gauge Madness" crew. The website for the event will have pictures of layouts and contest entries fairly soon.

Our fearless leader drawing door prizes about midday. About a dozen of the participants donated books and kits for draw prizes. 

The vendor area seen from the entranceway. The local Lion's Club provided catering services for the day's activites. The smell of barbequing hamburgers, hotdogs and sausages was enticing. 

The vendor area seen from the rear of the 1st floor. Quite a good selection of materials; we had restricted the vendors to bringing only narrow guage or gauge-neutral items (tools, scenic material, books, wood, plastic, metal, kits and RTR equipment).