Model railroading in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties
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Upcoming Events Oceano Depot Work Session The depot will be open for members to work on projects and for those attending the SPHTS Convention in SLO. We will have table sale items out for purchase. Sat. Nov 1 - 9am to 5pm and Sun. Nov. 2 - 10am to 3pm Donations Needed    We are always in need donated train  related items. Many of the donated  items we have collected over the years  have found their way onto club owned  layouts, used for layouts constructed  by the club and donated to other local  non-profit organizations, or sold at our  yard sale tables at our shows to help  keep SLOMRA train shows free to the  public.    Your donation is appreciated and is  tax deductible as we are a registered  501(c)3 organization. To make a  donation, please send an email to:  donation@slomra.org  Monthly Meetings Board of Director’s Meeting First Thursday of the month at 5:30pm Station Grill 170 W. Grand Ave., Grover Beach, California General Membership Meeting Third Monday of the month at 7pm Oceano Depot 1650 Front Street Oceano, California To be contacted, please send an email to: info@slomra.org You can also find us on:
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Our Stone Soup appearance was a big hit for many
   Grover Beach recently held their annual event,  Stone Soup, and the SLOMRA made their first  appearance. The street fair with musical  entertainment at two small stages was well attended  and it seemed that most people came through the  community center to check out the model trains we  had display. Excellent weather probably contributed to  the event’s draw as well. 
   We debuted two transitional HO modules and had a  total of 11 HO modules running. We also had four N  scale modules, one being the newly built fair module  making a second appearance. Our recently  remodeled Fitzgerald Valley Railway made it show  debut as well. And Stuart Young brought his battery  powered, remote control trains which was a bit hit for  the kids, as well as for Stuart.
CLOCKWISE from the top: An overall view the layout with N scale to the right and the HO in an “L” formation in the back. Stuart entertains the children with three loops of HO battery powered, remote controlled trains. Brain and Janek ran many of the HO trains; this being Brian’s first show with the SLOMRA and his first time running DCC engines.
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